Harvard Physicist Abraham “Avi” Loeb Talks about Outer Space
Harvard physicist Abraham “Avi” Loeb talks about outer space in his second interview with Paxton Quigley.
A recent report from the National UFO reporting center noted that the number of sightings in the United States rose by a thousand nationwide to 7,200 this year, according to the government’s reporting center. And only now, apparently, the Pentagon is taking them seriously.
Prof. Loeb agreed that many more have probably been in our atmosphere, and go either unseen or unreported.
As the longest-serving Chair of Harvard’s Department of Astronomy (2011–2020), founding director of Harvard’s Black Hole Initiative, and director of the Institute for Theory and Computation at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Prof. Loeb keeps his eye on the sky and its comings and goings.
While the possibility of alien life has captivated the human imagination for ages and has been the subject of books and films for decades, Prof. Loeb has on numerous occasions said that aliens are no longer fiction but indeed a reality.
This is the subject of Prof. Loeb’s new book “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth.” In it, he refers to an alien artifact, called Oumuamua, which passed by Earth in 2017.
Dr. Loeb lays out his facts and his arguments clearly both in his book and this interview. One of his regrets is that there is not sufficient investment available in the search for alien life, which he believes could be done by developing the field of “space archaeology.”
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