A new telescope system, designed to detect intelligent life in space, came to life last year near San Francisco.
Partially funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the $50 million Allen Telescope Array will “sweep more than one million star systems for radio signals generated by intelligent beings.”* Officials hope for a spotting by 2025.
Secular scientists (and their billionaire benefactor) dream of finding intelligent life somewhere in the universe. If extraterrestrial life is discovered, the hope is to prove that life could have easily evolved on earth without the need for a Creator. Yet these same researchers ignore the signs all around us of the intelligent Creator of the Bible, whose handiwork is clearly seen.
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