S3E3 Bonus - Have We Discovered an Extraterrestrial Technology?

You might remember this Harvard professor, author of the best-seller "The First Sign of Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life", who made headlines by suggesting that the mysterious interstellar object Oumuamua, detected in 2017, might be of extraterrestrial origin?

This episode is a 30-minute exclusive interview with Professor Avi Loeb!

This both fascinating and controversial researcher conducts thrilling studies about the evidence surrounding this discovery.

Far from the conspiracy theories about UFOs, this episode explores the scientific and philosophical dimensions of Professor Loeb's work.

He specifically discusses the scientific expedition he led in Papua New Guinea last June where his team found metallic spherules that might come from the first detected interstellar meteorite. This research strengthens his belief that we might have stumbled upon remnants of an extraterrestrial civilization.

We will also delve into the exciting prospects such a discovery would open up for the future of humanity. An extraordinary episode, a must-listen for those intrigued by the potential existence of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe.

About Professor Avi Loeb:

Professor at Harvard since 2002, former head of the astronomy department

A renowned theoretical astrophysicist, author of several books including:

  • Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth
  • Interstellar: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life and Our Future in the Stars
  • His current research focuses on detecting signs of extraterrestrial life.

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