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Scientists Could Find Alien Life

Evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial aliens continues to be a question. Current, former president of the Royal Society (organization for advancing the science), Martin Rees, said that the question of alien life may be answered within the next 40 years.

Martin Rees (Photo: Reuters)

LONDON – Evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial aliens continues to be a question. Current, former president of the Royal Society (organization for advancing the science), Martin Rees, said that the question of alien life may be answered within the next 40 years.

Reported by the Telegraph, Monday (09/10/2012), Rees believes, astrophysicists can see pictures of planets beyond the solar system after 2025. Thus, it could potentially lead to some discoveries of life forms.

Rees also describes changes in knowledge as to what is expected to happen in the next 40 years.

“More Asul understanding about the origin of life, a place that does exist, and whether aliens exist, as this will be crucial,” he explained.

“In 10 or 20 years, we will be able to get pictures of other planets like Earth orbiting other stars,” he said.

So with that, he said, it will be the subject interesting to see if there is evidence of (extra-terrestrial) for life or not. Rees is a cosmologist and astrophysicist from England who was born on June 23, 1942.

Since 1995 until now, 70-year-old man served as Astronomer Royal, the senior positions in the British Royal Household.

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