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George Takei
Things are getting serious in SETI land. “The head of Harvard's astronomy department says what others were afraid to say.”
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Tari Jordan Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
Am I the only one that thinks it looks like The Doomsday Machine?
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Janette Reál Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
Guess we will know if water starts condensing on everything and we cant find the nuclear wessels...
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PJ Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
At this point I don't care if they are friendly ETs or demonic ETs. I'll be thankful for a break from reality.
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AbelB Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
SETI was the first website I sign as a member in 1997
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Psyanide Jan 11
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Andrew L Jan 11
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Karin Hilshire Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
Looks like a fossilized warp nacelle to me. 😁 Good work Captain Sulu!
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Mike Brunton Jan 12
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
If it was alien, and we could, possibly, get other visitors, don't you think we should make a better job of looking after this planet, so we don't come across like petulant toddlers who have crayoned all over the nursery?
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RogerThat Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
It’s intriguing that it was stationary relative to the average velocity and vector of a large local group of stars, and our solar system basically ran into it.
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Andrea Taylor Jan 11
Velocity is... a vector... 🤔
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Geraint F. Lewis Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei @JaneCaro
Oh FFS! It’s not aliens….
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Social Influenza Jan 12
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
In short "There is Life Jim, but not as we know it"
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I AM the scary Abel Undercity, mister. Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
Then why is it "tumbling wildly?" Aliens don't feel vertigo or need to travel in a straight line?
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Ablokeimet Jan 12
Nowhere in the article did the scientist say the object was inhabited. If it's artificial, it's a mechanised scout.
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Patricia Rahikainen Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
HOLY WOW
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Sugapablo Jan 11
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
We need to go and get it. Bring it back. I don’t care how hard it is. Make it a national mission like putting a man on the moon.
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