Posted by | June 19, 2016 08:00 | Filed under: Planet Pot Luck

From aliens’ likely point of contact with humans to an app that can help alcoholics stay away from liquor, here are five things we learned in Tech & Science this week: We now have an estimate on when we can expect aliens to make contact: 1,500 years. Astronomers at Cornell University say TV and radio signals…


By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

  • Suzanne McFly

    I would like to claim the republican candidate comes from an alien race, hate to claim he is one of our own. Pretty sure the other races are a lot smarter than us though, so it is more likely he is one of ours.

    • Richard Banville

      He’s some sort of evolutionary throwback to our hominid ancestors…

      • Suzanne McFly

        So a segment of our population devolved? Sounds good, I could feel good going with that idea.

      • fahvel

        do not insult Lucy and her family.

  • Buford2k11

    Oh come on…we have been visited by space critters since the beginning of time…we have not been contacted by them, because they still cannot find intelligent life on this planet…we may think we are smart…but not really…we are making progress, but it would be better if there were no republicans in our government slowing down progress…there is plenty of evidence that “visitors” were here, and left quickly and quietly during one of Trump’s Tirades…We Have Entered the “Bizzaro Zone”…

    • Dwendt44

      Think of the time wasted on the ‘dark Ages’ and the Medieval era. Nearly no progress other than borrowing the zero from the Muslims.

      • Buford2k11

        I’m waiting for the Volgons to show up and turn this place into a parking lot…

  • bpollen

    If they can predict the time frame in which something you don’t even know exists will respond a certain way to stimuli, why are they so crappy at predicting the weather?

  • Jimmy Fleck

    Wouldn’t it be 3,000 years as we would have to wait another 1,500 years for their response to reach us?