A space scientist believes that a lost alien civilization may have lived on Earth before becoming extinct. The scientist believes that an ancient alien species many had found a home on Earth, Mars or Venus before they then vanished.
Teacher James T Wright went on to write a paper with the title of Prior Indigenous Technological Species, thus bringing about the question that evidence of alien life may be found within our own solar system.
In the paper, Wright wrote that a prior indigenous species could have lived on Earth in the past, or perhaps another body, maybe a pre-greenhouse Venus or even Mars. Wright believes that the plate tectonics of Earth would have erased a lot of the traces of alien life perhaps from billions of years ago and this would leave archaeologists with perhaps only a small handful of places where they might find evidence.
TECHNO SIGNATURES MAY BE FOUND UNDER THE MOON’S SURFACE OR IN SOLAR SYSTEM
He went on to say that any indigenous techno signatures that have remained would be very old and this would limit the places scientists and archaeologists might find them underneath the surface of the Moon, Mars or perhaps in the outer solar system.
Wright is optimistic that evidence of aliens having lived on Earth or another planet will be found buried underground. He said that structures that had been buried under the surface would more than likely survive and they could be found as they wouldn’t suffer a collision severe enough that their artificial nature would be totally destroyed. Destroying them would make them non-functional, however, at the same time, they should remain recognizable technological.
Wright pointed out that bases or settlements on the objects would perhaps have been built underneath the surface for many reasons and this is one of the main reasons why proof of aliens living on Earth or another planet haven’t been found.
It is possible said Wright, that evidence of an alien spaceship or perhaps ancient probes might be floating out in the Asteroid Belt and they will be covered over in ice.