Are there extraterrestrial civilizations? Everyone can have an opinion on the matter. This is particularly the case of astrophysicist Avi Loeb, who worked for the prestigious Harvard University. As indicated by The Daily Star, reporting The Debrief, the latter is convinced that an extraterrestrial technology crashed in the Pacific Ocean in 2017. Today he would like to explore the ocean with “a magnet” in order to find out more.
Avi Loeb explains that the search must be concentrated off Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, despite the fact that a report from the United States Space Command indicates that it was only a meteor.
He details: “Our discovery of an interstellar meteor heralds a new frontier in research. The fundamental question is whether an interstellar meteor could unambiguously indicate a composition of artificial origin. Even better, maybe some tech components would survive the impact. My dream is to push buttons on functional gear that was made off the land.”
This is not the first time that the astrophysicist evokes such a theory. Avi Loeb previously said that Oumuamua, an interstellar object considered a comet by most of the scientific community, was produced artificially in space.