Dating site LocalSin says it aims to create a smartphone app that will help extraterrestrials and humans find love across the galaxy. Inspired by NASA, the free app broadcasts radio frequency from Earth to other planets via the Milky Way. Because? Nobody knows. A spokesperson for LocalSin said: “The intergalactic dating application will be the first of many ways. Open-minded people will have the opportunity to communicate with other life forms and open doors to true universal dating.”
The company claims that it is currently working on developing the app, which could take five years to complete, and has reportedly already hired a team of experts to begin an “exploratory investigation of the idea.” Transmissions could apparently reach as far as Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus, both of which scientists argue could support potential life. “There are tens of thousands of single people who have scoured the Earth looking for love, but have not been successful in their search,” the site’s spokesperson said, perhaps not with such a serious face.
“This is your chance to boldly go where no man has gone before to literally look to the stars for love.”
“The intergalactic dating feature will be first in many ways.
Open-minded individuals will get the opportunity to communicate with different life forms and create doors for true universal dating.
” The organization claims that it is now putting effort into developing the application and what could take five years to complete, and has even hired a team of experts to begin an “exploratory investigation of the idea”.