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Sorry, but Anonymous has no evidence that NASA has found alien life

We wish.
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Disembodied rumors about an alien discovery are circulating around the internet

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In a new video, the hacker group known as Anonymous claims that NASA has discovered alien life. But before you freak out, let’s talk.

For the record, most of us here at Popular Science would probably be thrilled if NASA found alien life. Sure, it would be a little frightening, but think of the new frontiers in science such a discovery would represent. It would teach us so much about the origins of life, evolution, and our place in the universe. Think of all the exciting headlines we could write, and the traffic it would bring to our website. We want this as much as you do, promise.

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