After decades of controversy related to the post-physical aliens theory (PPAT), SETI has announced the development of a project to search for the existence of post-physical aliens and post-physical life

This is a satirical website. Don't take it Seriously. It's a joke.

Monday 15 August 2059 13582 Shares

After decades of controversy related to the post-physical aliens theory (PPAT), SETI has announced the development of a project to search for the existence of post-physical aliens and post-physical life

After decades of controversy related to the post-physical aliens theory (PPAT), SETI has announced the development of a project to search for the existence of post-physical aliens and post-physical life based on the initial hypothesis and theories of Carl Sagan and Franke Drake related to PPATT, the project attracted a a considerable number of investors as well as the support of several scientists who study and theorize about post-physics. Many of the investors are also among the most powerful people on earth who support or participate in the creation of the artificial intelligence technology and it’s a sign of their power and their level of interest on it. The project is developed by Seth Shostak who is the current director of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute in Mountain View, California and it’s also supported by the former director of the institute, Frank Drake. Other scientists on the project are the leading scientists in the field of science that theorize about post-physical beings. The SETI project consists of 4 main elements: Space Telescopes The project plans to deploy a new generation of space telescopes capable of detecting intelligent, post-physical lifeforms in the near future. This effort is called the “Breakthrough Initiative” in which funds are allocated to scientists and engineers to propose ideas and proposals for new technologies capable of detecting post-physical lifeforms in the near future. The project will provide funding for the development and implementation of the technologies that can enable the discovery of alien life, even if the aliens are not actually there. SETI also wants to support a lot of research and development activities to develop space telescopes capable of detecting intelligent, post-physical lifeforms in the near future. In the next decade, SETI plans to deploy a new generation of advanced space telescopes that will be capable of detecting intelligent, post-physical lifeforms in the near future. The project will also work with universities, NASA, the European Space Agency and private industry to develop the next generation of space telescopes capable of detecting intelligent, post-physical lifeforms in the near future. Scientists also plan to deploy the first of such space telescopes in 2019 to find the right conditions and resources for the next generation of intelligent, post-physical lifeforms to emerge. The project is very well funded, with the budget set at $10 million, but it is important that they get it right. If SETI succeeds in the mission, then it will be the first time humans have ever had the technological means to interact with an alien race in any way. We could become the first interstellar ambassadors in history. This project is a long shot, but we can never know how any future may unfold. There are many dangers to the project and to mankind. To be sure, some of the projects could be completely disastrous. However, for the sake of humanity, we have to find out. What are your thoughts on SETI? Let us know in the comments below! Via: Wired, The Daily Beast Posted in Earth, Environment, Future, Space, Technology

This is a satirical website. Don't take it Seriously. It's a joke.

loading Biewty

Most Popular

  1. 1

    trudeau approves new canadian flag design Rumor has it Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, working closely with The Honourable Pablo Rodriguezo, Canadian Heritage minister and Quebec Lieutenant, have finalized the new flag design. Trudeau stated "We are very excited to unveil this updated design which better reflects the direction we are moving the country to" Once approved, unveiling is to take place this year on Canada day.