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They’re always on the lookout for signs of life outside of Earth, and with dozens of exoplanets that could host said life, they’ve got some interesting leads.
But this is the internet, which means someone is going to share it, others are going to watch it, and someone is going to believe it.
About a week ago, a video surfaced on YouTube claiming that NASA was about to reveal the first hard evidence of alien life, and what happened next is probably going to make you hate the internet even more than you already do.
NASA is making great strides at learning and explaining the complexities of not just the planets in our celestial backyard, but also the makeup of our galaxy and the universe as a whole.
Ads play in the middle of the video as well as the beginning, which is hilarious, and since the video has now gained over one million clicks, it’s probably making a decent chunk of change.
there’s no pending announcement from NASA regarding extraterrestrial life
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“Contrary to some reports, there’s no pending announcement from NASA regarding extraterrestrial life,” NASA science chief Thomas Zurbuchen said in a Twitter post.
“NASA: ‘Mankind is about to discover extraterrestrial life,'” an Anonymous spokesman wearing the group’s famous Guy Fawkes mask said in the video.
WASHINGTON: NASA has no announcements to make about the discovery of alien life , a spokesperson said, dismissing media reports which claimed that the US space agency was about to discover extraterrestrial life Last week, the hacking group Anonymous posted a video on YouTube suggesting that NASA is about to announce the discovery of life beyond Earth.
“Are we alone in the universe?
“Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are specifically searching for evidence of alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented discoveries in history,” Zurbuchen said during the hearing.In the recent video, Anonymous highlighted just the second half of this sentence.