"The worldwide network of activist and hacktivist entities calling themselves as "#Anonymous" has now claimed that the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (#NASA) may be on the verge of finally announcing the existence of extraterrestrial life.
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"According to experts, it is no longer a question of if there is life on other planets, but when we will find it", the figure said.
Anonymous has now taken to their official Anonymous YouTube account to reveal that NASA will be announcing the existence of intelligent alien life. Popular Science inquired Zurbuchen about the exact meaning, and NASA sent them a response statement. Because of the evidence of hydrogen, many believe that Enceladus is a prime candidate for alien life.
However, NASA has confirmed that no such announcement was on its way.
It comes after NASA's Kepler space observatory discovered 219 "potential new worlds" in other solar systems. That finding bolsters the chance of planets with conditions that promote life.
"25 years ago, we didn't know that planets existed beyond our solar system".
But in his speech, Zurbuchen clearly said that the recent advancements in space research point towards the mankind's ability to search for life elsewhere in the universe, rather than being specific evidence of alien life.