Since long years ago, NASA has been trying to find and make contact with intelligent civilizations in space. In order to do so, NASA regularly launches various missions and sends different signals with some message to aliens so they can understand them and reply. Till now, NASA has had no success. Now it comes with new plans to send nude pictures of humans (a male and a female) to aliens so that they see them and get attracted to them.
In Order To Attract Aliens, NASA Plans To Send Nude Pictures Of Humans In Space
You might think NASA will send nude pictures of actual humans, but it is not true. NASA will neither send nude pictures of actual humans nor send graphics or animated pictures of actual humans. Nasa will send an illustration of a naked human. The illustration contains a naked male and female, a DNA structure, and some objects falling toward the earth (showing gravitational force). Scientists will send illustrations of a man and a woman waving their hands so that it looks like they are welcoming aliens and inviting them to earth.
The idea of sending nude pictures of humans is a part of NASA's project "Beacon in the Galaxy" (BITG). The main purpose of this project is to formulate an approach to intelligent civilization, if it exists, in space.
Along with the illustration, NASA will also send a message to aliens. The message will be written in binary code. The message will include pieces of information on the biochemical composition of life on Earth, the Solar System’s time-stamped position in the Milky Way relative to known globular clusters, as well as digitized depictions of the Solar System and Earth’s surface.
The message will be written in binary code because scientists believe that binary is a universal language and can be easily understood by intelligent civilizations if they exist in space. Because it only contains zero and one, yes or no, black or white, mass or empty space.
This is not the first time NASA is sending such pictures into space. NASA has done such activity already with missions launched in 1972 and 1973. In 1972, NASA sent the Pioneer plaques into space as a part of the Pioneer 10 mission. In 1973, NASA sent the illustrations of a stripped-down man and a woman into space as a part of the Pioneer 11 mission.