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Researcher describes how extraterrestrial civilizations could colonize the galaxy even if they don't have starships

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Extraterrestrial civilizations may colonize the Galaxy even if they don't have starships. Astronomers have searched for extraterrestrial civilizations in planetary systems for sixty years, to no avail. Irina K. Romanovskaya recommends that the search for migrating extraterrestrial travelers (SMETI) should be part of our search for intelligent life.
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A particular study estimates that there could be four “evil extraterrestrial civilizations” in our galaxy

Its author argues that the probability of encountering aliens that will destroy Earth is less than that of being hit by an asteroid

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Researcher describes how extraterrestrial civilizations could colonize the galaxy even if they don't have starships

Astronomers have searched for extraterrestrial civilizations in planetary systems for sixty years, to no avail. In the paper published by International Journal of Astrobiology, Cambridge University Press, and titled "Migrating extraterrestrial civilizations and interstellar colonization: Implications for SETI and SETA," Irina K. Romanovskaya proposes that the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) may have more chances to become successf

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Extraterrestrial civilizations may colonize the Galaxy even if they don’t have starships

Astronomers have searched for extraterrestrial civilizations in planetary systems for sixty years, to no avail. In the paper published by International Journal

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Extraterrestrial civilizations may colonize the Galaxy even if they don't have starships

Houston TX (SPX) May 27, 2022 Astronomers have searched for extraterrestrial civilizations in planetary systems for sixty years, to no avail. In the paper published by International Journal of Astrobiology, Cambridge University Press, and titled "Migrating extraterrestrial civilizations and interstellar colonization: Implications for SETI and SETA," Irina K. Romanovskaya proposes that the search for extraterrestrial intellig

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