NASA Scientist Says 'Tiny Super-Intelligent' Aliens Might Have Visited Earth

NASA Scientist Says 'Tiny Super-Intelligent' Aliens Might Have Visited Earth

A NASA scientist has said that he reckons aliens may have already visited planet Earth.

Colombano came into our lives this week by virtue of a white paper he published earlier this year being surfaced by Reddit.

Still, the scientist conceded that interstellar travel could be "an unbreakable barrier, over spans of thousands of years", but added that it could be possible depending on what we assume about various forms of life.

In an explosive research paper, he wrote: "The size of the "explorer" might be that of an extremely tiny super-intelligent entity".

NASA is now searching the universe for signs of life through its Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence - SETI - programme.

Silvano P. Colombano, a computer expert in NASA's Intelligent Systems Division, says alien life might be on earth right now, just not as we know it.

Colombano also suggests that extraterrestrials may have figured out technology that humans cannot comprehend yet, making tasks such as interstellar travel possible.

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"We need to re-visit even our most cherished assumptions".

NASA scientists also welcomed the possibility that these extraterrestrials may have actually used technology to interact or reach out to us, but that their technology remains unfathomable for humans.

While Colombano is not suggesting that aliens "walk among us", many still think there's life somewhere other than earth.

"I simply want to point out the fact that the intelligence we might find and that might choose to find us - if it hasn't already - might not be at all be produced by carbon based organisms like us", he wrote.

Radio waves continue to be the major form of communication for thousands or millions of years. In the very large amount of "noise" in UFO reporting there may be "signals" however small, that indicate some phenomena that can not be explained or denied. He suggested that we would need to adopt a "new set of assumptions" about the higher intelligence we are looking for.

The paper encourages NASA to have more of an open mind to "speculative physics... with some willingness to stretch possibilities as to the nature of space-time and energy"; to direct technologists to look at "how technology might evolve... and symbiosis of biology with machines"; to have sociologists prepare us for what to expect from more advanced societies; and to take UFO reports more seriously.

The expert concludes the paper by calling on technologists to explore "Evolvable Robotic Systems" while also beseeching the scientific community to look deeper into existing reports of UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomena including, but not limited to, a close examination of "130,000 pages of declassified US Air Force documents, National UFO Reporting Center Database and several other worldwide databases".

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