Aliens are attempting to colonise space by using laser points strong enough to move their own home planets, experts are warning.
According to a new un-reviewed paper put together by three experts based in India, aliens are apparently doing this to make their own worlds more habitable. The trio, from the Indian institute of Astrophysics and Christ University in Bangalore, India, made their observations while studying a dwarf start dubbed KIC 8462852.
It was rumoured in 2021 that the beast discovered in 2015 could actually be an alien megastructure found around 1,470 light years away. A theory was created in 1960 by astronomer Freeman Dyson, who published a paper called the “Search for Artificial Stellar Sources of Infrared Radiation”, in which he proposed the energy needs of advanced civilisations would become “so great” that it would need to cover its “entire star with solar panels”.
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However, the trio argue: “In Dyson’s time, only Solar System planets were known. It took more than 20 years to realize that nature has no problem making planets and does it with a flair – the total number of planets in the Galaxy is estimated to be in billions.
“With such abundance of planets, there would be no need to destroy the entire planetary system to make one sphere.
“Besides, to construct just an 8–20cm thick shell would require all Solar System’s rocky material including Earth, destroying any possible life, which goes against the principle of Planetary “Protection – the UN policies governing the preservation of Solar System bodies. Instead, a civilization can expand to a system that has planet(s) in the habitable zone, or a planet can be moved into it.”
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And it is the latter suggestion that the experts claim aliens are using giant lasers to do. And they claim it is being done specifically with the use of “high power directional lasers".
The trio are using their paper, called Making Habitable Worlds: Planets Versus Megastructures, to call on experts to search for planets by looking for such leaser technosignatures rather than just looking endlessly for random planets in new areas of space, as is being done now.
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