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Comortech_dan_werthimerMeanwhile, the SETI Institute’s Seth Shostak agreed with his colleague, telling Congress that with trillions of planets in the galaxy, the chances are too good to discount the idea that alien life exists. “If you extrapolate on the planets they discovered, there are a trillion planets in the galaxy. That’s a lot of places for life,” Shostak said, as quoted by ABC. “We know that the majority of stars have planets,” but what “fraction of stars has planets that are more like the earth? It might be one in five.” “The chances of finding it I think are good and if that happens it will happen in the next 20 years depending on the financing,” he added in written testimony, according to BuzzFeed. Werthimer stated that even if advanced alien life has been sending radio or laser signals throughout the galaxy, human technology is not capable yet of receiving them. But both scientists agreed that there’s no way aliens have already visited Earth. “I don’t think that that would be something all the governments would have managed to keep a secret,”Shostak told Congress. “If they were really here I think everyone would know that.”

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