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(The Daily Beast)   As always when the headline asks a question, the answer is no   (thedailybeast.com) divider line
    More: Stupid, Extraterrestrial life, Mars, new minerals, B.P. Embaid, Jupiter, alien technosignatures, alien tech, possible heideite  
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2022-09-29 7:14:18 AM  
Only if it was an mostly intact giant spaceship that attracts fighter pilots and J Pop performers.
 
2022-09-29 7:47:05 AM  
I would consider an asteroid harboring microscopic alien life to be a spaceship.
 
2022-09-29 7:55:52 AM  
There's this thing, where an attribute goes into a title or slogan, and it comes out of the product. "Quality is job one" or "Affordable care act".
 
2022-09-29 9:43:05 AM  
TFA got stupid pretty quickly. Useful data from TFA:
- ONE scientist thinks a couple of minerals found in a few meteorites is evidence of extraterrestrial technology. He says so in a paper which has not been peer-reviewed.
- The reasoning behind this idea is the supposed fact the minerals in question do not occur naturally on Earth.
- Even people whose job it is to look for extraterrestrial technosignatures do not agree with the scientist behind this conjecture.

Almost everything else in TFA is a bunch of woo. Sample quote: "If Oumuamua is in fact an alien spacecraft ..."

Nope. It wasn't. The fact it was extra-solar in origin is amazing enough without dragging BEMs into the mix. Just about everything after that quoted line is a bunch of unadulterated speculation and abject stupdityness.
 
2022-09-29 1:11:27 PM  
If the article can be answered with a yes or a no, then it shouldn't be written.
 
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