Astrophysicist warns: Alien life on two exoplanets could threaten humanity

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NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — Astrophysicist Professor Jane Breaves from Cardiff University has warned that two distant exoplanets, called HD 76932 and HD 201891, may harbor more advanced life forms than Earth.

In her latest study published by the American Astronomical Society, the professor emphasized that these worlds are 70 and 110 light years away, respectively, and are 8 billion years older than our Earth.

Professor Breaves offers our world a unique opportunity to look into the eyes of possible alien life. She believes that “the prospects for finding rocky exoplanets with continents seem very promising.”

However, she also warns: “If there is more advanced life somewhere, it could put us at a huge disadvantage if they decide to play with us – or simply destroy us.”

Is there a real threat from aliens? The question remains open. Many scientists believe that the idea of ​​UFOs and highly advanced alien life forms is pure fantasy.

However, Professor Brives insists that we should not ignore the possibility of more advanced civilizations and should begin researching celestial bodies to find out whether these worlds are indeed habitable.

Why haven’t aliens shown interest in Earth yet? The professor offers several theories: perhaps they have already manifested but we don’t know it, or perhaps we are so unimportant in their eyes that they simply ignore us.

The situation is cautionary, but also exciting. Researchers believe that the scientific community needs to join forces in finding answers to questions about possible alien life.

Perhaps in the near future, humanity will witness a discovery that will change our understanding of the universe.


News agencies contributed to this report, edited and published by ORDO News editors.

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