https://www.forbes.com/sites/ericmack/2020/02/19/why-the-first-alien-life-we-find-is-more-likely-to-be-intelligent-than-not/

31 0

"The Very Large Array. VLA - Socorro, New Mexico Getty. It might seem logical to assume that the first confirmed alien life forms will be microscopic bacteria hiding out in damp Martian soils or simple organisms swimming around the hidden seas of Europa . But a leading SETI scientists says it’s more likely we find evidence of extra-terrestrial intelligence before discovering alien bugs. "There are two horses in the race to find life beyond Earth," Andrew Siemion of the University of California, Berkeley, told the Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Seattle, according to iNews . "The first is the search for chemical signatures from planets and the second is the search f... Full story

19 February

wait