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Avi Loeb's team finds 'anomalous wire' during hunt for alien artifacts

By T.K. Randall
June 19, 2023 · Comment icon 20 comments

Does evidence of alien tech lie on the sea floor ? Image Credit: Pixabay / Schaferle
Loeb and his team have been searching for the debris of an interstellar meteor that they suspect may be alien in origin.
Back in 2022, it was revealed by the US Space Command (USSC) that a fast-moving fireball, which exploded over Papua New Guinea 8 years earlier, actually originated from outside our solar system - predating the discovery of interstellar visitor 'Oumuamua in 2017.

According to Harvard's Dr. Avi Loeb, pieces of this object (which was named CNEOS 2014-01-08), fell into the Pacific Ocean and are now lying on the seabed, just waiting to be found.

Controversially, he also believes that there is a chance that the object was extraterrestrial in origin and that the fragments could contain alien technology.

Loeb is so adamant of this, in fact, that he is currently leading a $1.5 million effort to trawl the ocean floor in that area in the hope of locating any potential alien artifacts that might be there.
As it happens, in his latest blog update, Loeb reveals that his team has discovered a small piece of wire with a "composition [that] is anomalous compared to human-made alloys."

Curved with a rigid structure and measuring a mere 8mm in length, it's difficult to imagine how this innocuous piece of wire could represent evidence of alien technology (would aliens really be using conventional metal wiring in their spacecraft ?)

In all likelihood, the wire is from some mundane - and distinctly human - piece of technology.

"I hope to know whether the first recognized interstellar object from our cosmic neighborhood, IM1, carried materials that are anomalous relative to what we find in our backyard around the Sun," Loeb wrote.

"And most importantly, I wish to know whether it was manufactured technologically by another civilization."

Source: Avi Loeb | Comments (20)

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Comment icon #11 Posted by Dejarma 8 months ago
depends how old the meteor is 
Comment icon #12 Posted by Trelane 8 months ago
Comment icon #13 Posted by Trelane 8 months ago
You mean people who utilize logic, reason, scientifically proved facts, observable evidence, etc. as the basis of their opinions? Then yes. Oh, and what is it people don't have a clue about?
Comment icon #14 Posted by Cho Jinn 8 months ago
Hit a nerve I see.  It's telling, really.  By all means, please continue to attempt to disprove matters about which you have second and third-hand information from various websites.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Trelane 8 months ago
 Oh no, that is funny though. I just have been used to seagull posters coming into threads and providing nothing and when questioned disappear back into the ether. It's in my nature to engage directly. Your sort of hand waving and fake intellectualism is rampant in these threads. Please provide an answer to the previous question. I eagerly await your illuminating response.
Comment icon #16 Posted by Abramelin 8 months ago
Best place to hide.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Dejarma 8 months ago
I'm old & get confused= plus I'm a bit stupid as well which don't help so I need to ask: are for aliens on this planet or against?
Comment icon #18 Posted by Cho Jinn 8 months ago
I think it is more likely than not.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Trelane 8 months ago
Still no response? Can't say that I'm surprised. Oh well, another seagull poster.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Golden Duck 8 months ago
Based on what - second and third hand information from various websites?

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