According to linguist Noam Chomsky, there is a kind of "universal grammar" on earth that connects our languages, no matter how diverse they are: "Chomsky has often said that when a Martian visits Earth, he thinks we speak dialects of the same language because all terrestrial languages share a common underlying structure, "said Douglas Vakoch, president of METI, in a statement on the workshop issued by the organization. "But if extraterrestrials have a language, it would be similar to ours? That's the big question."
While some of the workshop presentations provided a positive vision of future communication with extraterrestrial intelligence, others suggested misunderstandings and misunderstandings in particular, due to the fact that assumptions of humans and extraterrestrial civilizations were possible was wildly different. The closing lecture of the workshop was given by David Peterson, who invented the Dothraki language spoken in HBO's Game of Thrones.
Although we have not yet received a definitive signal from a foreign civilization, researchers will seek to improve detection techniques and linguists will think about how a message will look and sound when it comes. Looking back at past messages such as Voyager's Golden Record and improving our understanding of the evolution of language on Earth, humanity can continue to refine the way in which we can access and speak to other planet beings [1
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