- Although we’ve all seen blurry footage of what seems to be an unidentified flying object, most scientists are saying that with our current technology, we’ve not been able to confidently identify an intelligent alien.
- And here’s the thing, we’re probably not going to find alien life through grainy footage or photos we can’t make out. Instead, the search for alien life might not come from seeing, but listening.
- That’s why scientists have headed to the National Radio Quiet Zone in West Virginia to set up an alien telescope that is on the lookout for radio transmission that may be coming from alien civilizations.
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