The aggressor-controlled and sanctioned “Krymskaya gazeta”, which usually regularly broadcasts the Russian special services’ topics on the “earthly problems”, suddenly became concerned with the issue of extraterrestrial civilizations, for which purpose on May 24 it hastily published an “interview” with the so-called “director of the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory”, collaborator Alla Rostopchina-Shakhovskaya.
In it, this figure stated that “it is difficult for me to imagine that somewhere life could have arisen in the same complexity in which it exists on Earth,” and that supposedly “systems similar to the [Solar] where there would be planets in the habitable zone, You can count them on one hand. There may be microorganisms there, but not intelligent life.”
However, if Rostopchina-Shakhovskaya really had her own opinion on this matter, then it would still not be connected with her practical activities: the equipment of the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory seized by the aggressor in 2014, are optical telescopes of the 20th century, used mainly for studying near space and today they are already morally obsolete.
Therefore, the occupiers’ propagandists clearly urgently needed “just a suitable talking head against the backdrop of a telescope.”
And what’s interesting here is not the story about “microorganisms” itself, but something completely different – the date of this sudden propagandists’ story about supposedly “loneliness in the Universe”, which naturally “completely by chance” coincided with the explosions on the evening of May 23 at the aggressor’s base in Alushta’s Semidvirrya.
In contrast to Rostopchina-Shakhovskaya’s “farm,” the radio telescope there is quite suitable for working not only with near space, but also with deep space.
Let us recall that we previously wrote about Soviet experiments using the Crimean space infrastructure, including another radio telescope, RT-70 in the Crimean Vitino, where, by the way, some explosive incidents were also recently reported.
We wrote that these, to put it mildly, rash steps of the Soviet government in deep space, which later prompted Chinese authors to write “The Three-Body Problem,” could lead to practical consequences precisely after 2015.
Therefore, it is noteworthy that the current “explosive circumstances” with the Crimea-located and aggressor-controlled tools of long-distance space communications are forcing the invaders’ propaganda to release talking heads like Rostopchina-Shakhovskaya onto the podium with stories that supposedly “there is no one else in space.”
Why did this suddenly appear in the occupiers “duty topics” instead of the usual stories about “Biden’s dementia” and “gay conspiracies” – is, by no means, an idle question.

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