Just Imagine if Search for Extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) telescopes actually pick up a signal from a distant star system. What would happen then? In response, what should we say and how? A book by NASA, considered as a protocol for alien contact, titled: Archaeology, Anthropology, and Interstellar Communication tackles the issue like never before.
NASA has recently discovered seven Earth-sized exoplanets located at a distance of 40 light-years. According to the Ancient Code, This discovery has encouraged NASA to come up with a protocol which is to be followed to announce to the world about the existence of the Alien life.
The alien worlds at Trappist-1 are much closer to their star than Earth, so they have the necessary conditions to contain water in a liquid state on their surface. But according to a member of the astrophysics division of the US Space Agency, Mario Perez, it is necessary to have a protocol that transmits tranquillity and peace to mankind, although NASA is still years away from making the announcement of extraterrestrial life.
A book titled ‘Archeology, Anthropology and Interstellar Communication’, a guide or manual created by NASA meant to prepare humans for contact with possible forms of extraterrestrial life.
As noted in the book, “perhaps the best model for encountering extraterrestrials, Douglas Raybeck suggests, comes from the Māori, whose resistance to British incursions gained them the respect of their enemies while helping them to retain their pride after succumbing to a more sophisticated organisation and weaponry.”
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