Georgian Astrophysicist on Why We Can't See Aliens

On October 20, Science Alert published an interesting article projecting the hypothesis and findings of Georgian astrophysicist.
"What if alien spacecraft are already in our midst – and we don't know about them because they're tiny nanostructures?" that now is the main question of Zaza Osmanov, a Georgian astrophysicist working at the Free University of Tbilisi. 

The Georgian physicist suggests that maybe aliens are buzzing around the Universe in micro-machines just a nanometer long. What's more, he's provided some pretty detailed calculations to go along with this idea.

While it is true that Osmanov's paper has yet to be peer-reviewed, so we can't place too much importance on it just yet – it does open up an intriguing possibility and rather fascination theory.

Read the article here. Read Osmanov's paper here

By Nini Dakhundaridze

23 October 2019 17:01
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