A British tech boss who is restoring an old Cold War radar says he can find aUFOusing a 60-foot-wide dish.
William Sachiti askedRedditfor help in resurrecting the abandoned RAF defense base, writing:
A 37-year-old robotics expert lives and works near a collapsing machine capable of sending signals up to a distance of 250 miles.
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Since posting a photo of a historic kit, William has been flooded with requests to "scan the moon" and "hunt UFOs" with it.
"I'm not the one who decides the best way to use it in the modern world. Unless it's harmless and disturbing.
" I have the technology, so it's Bring it to life. "
However, the top inventors are open to finding life for aliens using radar dishes, but think they are unlikely to come into contact. I am.
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William believes that aliens are actually very likely to be very advanced, and humans are beyond their consideration.
He explained: "The reason I don't care so much is that I haven't had any practical information for a long time.
" If Ali decides to contact a human, we know too. Let's ... these UFOs almost always ignore us if there's any intelligence behind them. "