Tuesday, March 12, 2013

New Method for Alien Research

The search for proofs that aliens and extraterrestrials do exist has been revolving in the minds of scientists and astronomers for a very long period of time. Until the evidence is found, outer space studies will continue to initiate from generation to generation. A vast number of instruments have been used but none of them seems to perfectly show that humans have neighbors in other planets or galaxies. But a new method is being used by a group of astronomers in Penn State in an attempt to prove that these intelligent beings may have been living since the start of time.

An extensive two-year search for massive alien solar power stations is being started by these astronomers to continue looking for evidence of extraterrestrials. Such stations are called the Dyson Spheres, which were first conceptualized by physicist Freeman Dyson in the 1950s.

According to the theory of Dyson, the entire energy could be absorbed by the interior of an immense spherical structure that is formed around a star. He proposed that the discovery of aliens might be accomplished by knowing how these structures exist.

The astronomers would be able to explain how aliens could exist if their research or study will be proven successful. They might be also able to elaborately inform humans how solar technology works in a very effective manner.