Aliens Are All Around Us, We Just Cannot See Them, Says A Radical Scientist -- New Theory
As scientists continue to prove the existence of aliens, one scientist claimed in a new theory that the aliens are responsible behind the mysteries that are happening in the universe.
An astrophysicist from the Columbia University said that the ancient non-human life-form transformed into the physical world and are responsible for the driving force behind the boggling quantum physics and the dark matter-like phenomenon.
Also, the scientist claims that the universe is the debris of the intelligent alien life that controls all of the aspects of the physical world. It covers from the gravity up to the speed of light.
Professor Caleb Scharf says that the new theory could help explain one of the greatest mysteries of the cosmos. It could also answer why the scientists have a hard time finding the intelligent life beyond the planet Earth.
The radical thinker wrote in the article for science journal Nautilus, stating that alien life could continue through the behavior in subatomic particles and the universe's expansion.
He added that "Perhaps hyper-advanced life isn't just external. Perhaps it's already all around. It is embedded in what we perceive to be physics itself. In other words, life might not just be in the equations. It might be the equations."
Professor Scharf gives emphasis to a theory that advises alien life-forms, intelligent enough to reach us. By which, they have already turned themselves into living machines.
As follows, the hyper-advanced aliens have a possibility to have gone beyond changing themselves into machine creatures. They could also reach as far as becoming a complex physical system.
In addition, "If you're a civilization that has learned how to encode living systems into different [materials], all you need to do is build a normal-matter-to-dark-matter data-transfer system: a dark matter 3D printer," Professor Scharf shared, according to The Sun.
Professor Scharf also suggested that humans cannot recognize advanced life because it forms an integral and unsuspicious part of what humans considered to be a natural world, according to Fox.