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Why would Aliens bother visiting Earth?

Humans have long suspected that we are not alone in the universe, and now scientists have said there may be dozens of alien civilizations lurking not too far from Earth.

On October 19, 2017, a Canadian astronomer, Robert Weryk, was reviewing images captured by a telescope known as Pan-starrs1 when he noticed something strange. The telescope, situated atop Haleakalā, a ten-thousand-foot volcanic peak on the island of Maui, scans the sky each night, recording the results with the world’s highest-definition camera. It’s designed to hunt for “near-Earth objects,” which are mostly asteroids whose paths bring them into our planet’s astronomical regions and which travel at an average velocity of some forty thousand miles an hour. The dot of light that caught Weryk’s attention was moving more than four times that speed, at almost two hundred thousand miles per hour.

Do Aliens come to Earth to:  

  1. harvest us for food
  2. enslave humanity 
  3. use humans for breeding partners
  4. suck our oceans dry
  5. refine raw material
  6. look for a new home
  7. examine Earthlings

If civilizations arise in star systems far from the others they could make the trip shorter by waiting until their orbital path brings them closer to a habitable star system.. Once they’re settled in that new system, the aliens could wait again for an optimal travel distance to make another hop, and so on.

Look up into the sky some clear, starlit night and allow yourself the freedom to wonder. 


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