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We are not alone

Man’s quest for finding out another inhabited planet and living beings in it is, perhaps, older than the evolution of any science. Nowadays, one of the hidden hope behind all space exploration missions is the possibility of finding out extraterrestrial life. Every space scientist cherishes this hope. All very rudimentary data with respect to the possibility of a congenial environment for life (in the past, present or future) that is being sent to home by satellites and rovers become big news – which indicates the interest of mankind in this topic. Later in this series of developments, NASA recently released information on the closest and the older cousin of the Earth. NASA’s Kepler mission has confirmed the first ‘near-Earth-size’ planet in the “habitable zone” around a sun-like star.

In these attempts, even the discovery of a microbe will be counted as a big progress. I also strongly believe that, we (the mankind) is not alone in this universe. But the problem is that most of our searches for the alien cousins are based on the kind of life and living environment we know. But my strong intuition is that if we explore the possibilities of lives and living environments that are strange to us, we may get an earlier victory.

It is based on the above intuition, I formed and presented a hypothesis of life in the form of pure energy and the aliens having invisible (in man’s eyes) bodies formed with condensed energy in the third volume of IMANOFUTU fiction series titled ‘the first Alien Home on Earth’. They survive by eating radiation. They communicate through radiation language, that is, by emitting and receiving radiation in a structured form. They live in a social order entirely created by their energy levels. They take birth when the energy of their environment reaches certain levels and combinations. They do not die, but being dissolved into the environment when their energy reaches certain lower levels. They have visited the Earth hundreds of times!

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