Where will Technologically Advanced Aliens Hide in our Solar System?
Close to the Sun.
Why do we often enough make the mistake to think if aliens were venturing our way that we would find evidence of them on their approach to our solar system. That we can take photos of them in the skies, or they will be detected by our numerous satellites and exploration spacecrafts.
We won’t. The only time we’ll likely know of their existence is when they finally decide to reveal themselves to us.
How about if they were to setup a permanent outpost in our solar system? Something really big, like a hundred times bigger than our own International Space Station. — Then we might detect them! So where will we look? We surely can spot them orbiting Mars, the Moon, and most of the planets. What about the Sun.
No, we can’t detect them if they are being shielded by the Sun. Earth technology is not capable to observe an environment with so much radiating energy.
That’s probably why NASA recently sent a new spacecraft to get a closer look.
Won’t it be interesting when it arrives and discovers an empire setup on the rim of the Sun’s atmosphere. That will be something exciting and scary — mostly scary!
Us Earthlings. We love the attention. We’ll tell all those alien civilizations out there, “Hey guys, look at us.” And naive as we are, unwittingly send out an invitation to them saying, “Come invade us!”
Relax, these aliens are not interested in us. Either that or they are aware that Earth is under the control of The Army of The Alien Monkeys.