2 new ways to find aliens, according to a Nobel Prize winner

Physicist Frank Wilczek proposes new methods of searching for extraterrestrial life.

Nobel Prize-winning physicist Frank Wilczek thinks we are not searching for aliens correctly.
Instead of sending out and listening for signals, he proposes two new methods of looking for extraterrestrials.
Spotting anomalies in planet temperature and atmosphere could yield clues of alien life, says the physicist.

For noted theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek, finding aliens is a matter of figuring out what exactly we are looking for.

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