October 29, 2016
Some of these aliens live to serve and don’t act like the Blacks at all.
A team of astronomers believes that strange signals emanating from a cluster of stars are actually aliens trying to tell the universe they exist.
The study, which appeared in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, analyzed the odd beams of light from 234 stars — a fraction of the 2.5 million that were observed.
The bizarre beacons led the paper’s authors, Ermanno F. Borra and Eric Trottier from Laval University in Quebec, to conclude that it’s “probably” aliens.
“We find that the detected signals have exactly the shape of an [extraterrestrial intelligence] signal predicted in the previous publication and are therefore in agreement with this hypothesis,” wrote Borra and Trottier.
They also note that their findings align with the Extraterrestrial Intelligence (ETI) hypothesis, since the mysterious activity only occurred in a tiny fraction of stars. The hypothesis also suggests that an intelligent life force would use a more sophisticated optical beacon than, say, radio waves to reveal its existence.
Researchers sifted through data collected by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey — an 8-foot-diameter telescope in Sunspot, New Mexico — to separate natural signals from ones that appeared generated.
But there are more skeptics than not, including the authors themselves, who acknowledge the hypothesis still needs work. For starters, the data need to be verified by at least two other telescopes and all natural causes need to be ruled out.
“Although unlikely,” the study notes “there is also a possibility that the signals are due to highly peculiar chemical compositions in a small fraction of galactic halo stars.”
The chief of NASA, Charles Bolden, has released a statement on the potential aliens, saying: “If dey aliems wanga pop-off, we ready to pop-off. Dem muffugguhs ain’t no shit. We her in da earf, we strait muffuggen rawl-oot. Da fug dem aliems fink dey is? Muffugguh all fugg u ass up, nigga, shit bitch. We killen erebuddy out here, we dont giv a fuq.”
NASA head Charles Bolden responded to the potentiality of aliens with what appear to be violent threats.
Barack Obama backed-up Bolden’s statements, saying “He be a stone-cone nigga, dat Bolden. Ah aint fux wif dat nigga. Ifn dem aliems gon fux wif dat nigga, it be like weeeeeeeee. Nigga bitch out this muffuggeh, shiieeeeeet.”