A new study takes a look at Von Neumann probes and asks the really important questions: “why would aliens send them?” and, “where might we find them?”
In 1961, Russian-Soviet astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev published a paper where he introduced the Kardashev Scale, a means of classifying extraterrestrial civilizations based on the amount of energy the could harness.
According to a new op-ed by Harvard Prof. Avi Loeb, our Universe may have been created by an advanced civilization, something we might be able to do someday too.
One of the most challenging questions to answer when confronting the Fermi Paradox is why exponentially scaling technologies haven’t taken over the universe by now. Commonly known as von Neumann probes, the idea of a self-replicating swarm of extraterrestrial robots has been a staple of science fiction for decades. But so far, there has never …
Another reason we haven’t heard from aliens is that the possibility that every everyone is listening, but nobody’s messaging!
A new study indicates that aliens are probably out there, occupying half of the Universe, and we’ll likely meet them in 200 million or to 2 billion years.
Professor Avi Loeb has announced a new project that will search for ‘Oumuamua-like objects in our Solar System, which could be artifacts of extraterrestrial spacecraft
New research shows that a handful of nearby stars that are known to have planets could have been watching Earth for a long time, or will be able to in the future!
On the 60th anniversary of the famous Drake Equation, a new study considers whether or not it is still of value to the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI)