A well-known hacker network, Anonymous, posted a video on its official website last week announcing that NASA will soon announce the discovery of intelligent alien life.
In order to see what it is, it is necessary to analyze a video that has been seen more than 930,000 times in six days since the publication on Jutjub.
The fact that the file was posted on YouTube on June 20, just one day after NASA announced that scientists, with the help of the Kepler Space Telescope, discovered 219 possible new extrasolar planets of which a dozen could be like Earth, is especially indicative in this story.
Namely, it quite clearly indicates that Kepler’s great discovery is probably the immediate cause of an anonymous message.
The other likely cause is certainly the comments of NASA spokesman Tomas Curbuhen made before the US Congress on April 26:
“Taking into account all the different activities and missions that are looking for evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial life, we find ourselves within one of the greatest, deepest discoveries in history.”
In addition to this rather daring and far-sighted speculation, Anonymus further carries out a variety of UFO footage, declarative government documents on testimonies of “close-knit third-party encounters,” official protocols that we should run in case we really meet intelligent extraterrestrials as well as data on accelerated search for potentially viable bodies in and out of the Solar System.
Among others, the video mentions the discovery of the TRAPPIST-1 system, which in 2017 identifies as many as seven Earth-like planets around the star of the star. Zlatokose zone – close enough to be water in their surface. In this discovery, it is especially interesting that the system is in our cosmic neighborhood.
“The TRAPPIST-1 system is only 39 light-years away from us, and its discovery suggests that in the small corner of the Sun’s system there are plenty of materials needed to create the planet, which could mean that Earth-like planets could be closer than what we originally thought. Future research of this planetary system could reveal conditions suitable for life, “NASA spokeswoman said in April.