Scientists Prove Aliens Exist Using Mathematics

Scientists prove aliens exist

A new study conclusively proves that aliens existed in the past, and are very likely to exist in the present. 

Adam Frank, an astrophysics professor at the University of Rochester, along with astronomer Woodruff Sullivan both say that mathematics is able to prove that aliens once existed in our galaxy. reports:

Frank says that discovering planets and stars is easier for humans than ever before, so we have way more of an understanding about cosmic galaxies than ever. This means that “interstellar communication,” or being able to communicate with extraterrestrials, depends on how many extraterrestrial civilizations exist.

Here’s the math: scientists have found that every star likely hosts at least one planet; we know how many stars are born each year, and we know that between 20 and 25% of all planets can host life.

That makes it much easier for Frank and Woodruff to determine if Earth is the only technological civilization in the galaxy.

Their theorem dictates that it’s not. According to Frank, other technological civilizations definitely existed in the past.

The scary part? “According to our finding, even if you grant that level of pessimism, a trillion civilizations still would have appeared over the course of cosmic history,” he says.

A trillion aliens? Now, that’s worth an Ancient Aliens episode.

  • anders

    We are probably alone – argument 1:

    Comment to those who say life HAS to exist on other planets because of the vastness of space (100 billion stars per galaxy, 100 billion galaxies, 3 planets per star…)

    Consider this:
    For a monkey to type: “Maybe no other beings in universe” using one key-stroke per second will take the same time as the combined time on all the planets around all the stars in all the galaxies in the universe (4.0E39 seconds or 1.2E32 years).

    Given this, is it really improbable that in a mere 1.2E17 years life has only appeared once???

    Or to put it in another way: to randomly combine 28 letters to form a specific sentence takes 1,000 trillion times as long as the life of the universe (with one letter per second) – how long would it take to put together any form of DNA??????

    Food for thought….?

    Argument 2:

    IF there had been another civilisation in the galaxy before us they would/could have colonised all 100 billion stars in a few tens of thousands of years (generationships at 1-10% of lightspeed 10 g-ships every 400 years from new colonies will do the trick). Why don’t we see any signs of this?

  • James Smith

    Intelligent wise humans are the only intelligence that communicates in the light spectrum anywhere in the see-able universe… period…. give that some serious thought?