Scientists To Broadcast Earth’s Location To Aliens, Ignoring Stephen Hawking’s Warning

A group of scientists have ignored the warnings of Stephen Hawking with plans to reveal Earth’s location to possible alien lifeforms.

The Beacon in the Galaxy (BITG) project appears alarming in more ways than one.

Not only does it contain an unsolicited nude image of a naked man and woman, but it also reveals information about our solar system, DNA and the Arecibo Radio Telescope – which transmitted a message in 1974 to try and scout out any extra-terrestrial life.

In including such information, the authors of the potential FAST and SETI Projects have seemingly dismissed the concerns of theoretical physicist and director of research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at the University of Cambridge, Stephen Hawking.

In 2015, at the launch of the Breakthrough Listen – a $100 million-funded project to search for intelligent alien communication in the universe – Hawking warned against reaching out to alien life.

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