A historic satellite complex built for Apollo 11 is now beaming messages to potential extraterrestrial life--and you can send any texts or JPG you want out into space for the aliens to see. Are we prepared for what the aliens will think of us?
Let's get this out of the way early: Here at Co.Design, we are UFO skeptics. Still, we can't ignore the fact that every single day thousands of UFO sightings pour in across the country. Maybe as long as mankind has walked on two legs, we've thought there was something crazy in the heavens (and it's coming for us!!!).
So where do people tend to see the most UFOs? And, why there? Slate has put together a very nifty little infographic, showing UFO sightings per capita in every county of the U.S.
Different from the evolving fuss about NASA's "alien" arsenic-based life forms found on Earth, a new discovery of amino acids--life's building blocks--in a meteorite born of a collision between two asteroids bumps up the chances of finding E.T.