The world's biggest hacking group thinks Nasa is about to announce alien life

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Do aliens exist? Quite possibly yes.

Hacktivist group Anonymous, who have previously taken shots at Isis, Donald Trump and the Westboro Baptist Church, are claiming that Nasa is about to announce they've discovered alien life.

According to the group's latest YouTube video, during the last meeting of the U.S. Science, Space and Technology committee a Nasa spokesperson, Professor Thomas Zurbuchen, stated:

Our civilisation is on the verge of discovering evidence of alien life in the cosmos.

Taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are searching for alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented discoveries in history.

The Anonymouswebsite adds:

The evidence sure seems to imply that something is going on in the skies above.

It would cost a lot for spaceships and a continuous flow of taxes and black budget dollars could imply a rational that there is more than meets the eye and or that of public knowledge.

It might seem like a far-fetched theory, but the evidence supporting extraterrestrial life is increasing.

Last week, Nasa discovered 219 new planets, 10 of which are "rocky planets" like Earth. These all reportedly exist in the 'Goldilocks zone', a part of the solar system which is neither too close and therefore too hot, or too far and therefore too cold.

This takes the total number of planets discovered by the Keplar space telescope to 4,034, 50 of which are described by Nasa as "Earth like".

In the 12 minute video below, Anonymous explains in detail why and how alien life might exist.

What do you think?

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