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NASA is sending human nudes into space to attract aliens

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NASA is sending human nudes into space to attract aliens

The scientists at NASA continue to look for intelligent life in the universe. Their latest effort is to attract advanced civilisations that have human nudes. It is not known how these hypothetical aliens will react to unsolicited naked photos.

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The proposed nudes were revealed by the space agency in a recently released study entitled A Beacon in the Galaxy. This image, which is only a pixelated representation of naked men and women waving, is much less graphic than one would think. NASA hopes the wave will help humanity seem more welcoming.

The primary goal of this project is to communicate with any extraterrestrial civilizations out there, and eventually make contact.

A DNA representation is included with the nude couple and scientists attempt to portray gravity in the 2-D image.

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The nudes sent by NASA scientists with a hidden message for aliens. Photo: NASA

“Since the first faint flickering of sentience dawned in the primal minds of modern humans’ distant ancestors some hundred thousand generations ago, we have sought to communicate,”

says the scientists who are conducting the study.

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The entire image can become a binary-coded update that can be sent to space. It is likely to be read by aliens. To establish universal communication, the message proposes basic concepts in mathematics and physical.

Binary can be described as a series of zeros or ones that is as easy as a “yes” or “no”.

“Information on the biochemical composition of life on Earth, the Solar System’s time-stamped position in the Milky Way relative to known globular clusters, as well as digitized depictions of the Solar System, and Earth’s surface were sent. The message concludes with digitized images of the human form, along with an invitation for any receiving intelligences to respond,”

they stated.

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