A new paper argues that the 'cosmic gorilla effect' may be hampering our ability to find E.T.
Petro Brits would like to know if we will ever find any real evidence of alien life out there? We put that question to one
A new paper argues that any extraterrestrials we hear from are likely to have died out.

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I'm not at all convinced, but there are folks who think that alien messages could be dangerous:

New paper argues that extraterrestrials might beam 'contaminated' messages our way.
Berkely's SETI project can't get its hands on the latest graphics cards, which are popular with cryptocurrency miners.

In Today’s Lunch with a “Side Order of Science”: SETI Institute Senior Astronomer Seth Shostak and his guest, Penn State Associate Professor of Astronomy Jason ...Wright dish on our closest neighbor in the universe, Proxima B, and how we could visit the exoplanet… including Chuck Nice riding on a light beam: #SOS

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How far away are our closest neighbors in the galaxy? How long would it take us to get there? Join StarTalk All-Stars host and SETI Institute Senior Astronom...

I'll be offering some thoughts on the recently revealed Pentagon UFO study on Facebook Live today at 2:00 pm (Pacific). On the SETI Institute's Facebook page.

Search for ET with Neil deGrasse Tyson, David Grinspoon, Seth Shostak, Michael Ian Black, Chuck Nice, Jill Tarter, David Brin, Allen Saakyan & Doug Vakoch.
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EXCLUSIVE FULL EPISODE PREVIEW: Investigate climate change with hosts Bill Nye The Science Guy, David Grinspoon, Seth Shostak, and Natalia Reagan; co-hosts Chuc...k Nice, Eugene Mirman, and Tim Alexander; and guests Radley Horton , Andrew Revkin, Todd Disotell, Ian Tattersall, and Ken Caldeira.
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When the New York Times reported Saturday that the Pentagon had had taken part in a partially declassified program at a cost of $22 million to investigate UFOs, called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), SETI Institute senior astronomer...
NPR's Scott Simon asks the SETI Institute's Seth Shostak about what scientists have learned so far about a recently detected interstellar object.