The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute in Mountain View, California, is trying to prove the existence of aliens by building 42 antennas that are 20 feet in diameter and a giant telescope.
The plan is to use the antennas to pick up any sounds or signals aliens may be making in the atmosphere while the telescope keeps watch over the skies should any UFOs fly by.
Alien hunter and SETI senior astronomer Seth Shostak says their work can change everything if it produces hard evidence of ETs.
Hes holding a discussion called Confessions of an Alien Hunter on Monday (Aug. 10) in San Francisco to talk about their plans.
Despite his hard work, Shostak says many dont think he should even bother looking into space to find aliens, mainly because the moon men may already be on Earth, Ushering people out of bed and doing unsavory things to them.
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