Bach's music could be key to speaking with aliens
By Kim Skornogoski
No offense to John Williams, Chester composer Philip Aaberg has his own ideas for what Yoda's theme music would be.
Earlier this month, Aaberg shared his theory with scientists, anthropologists, computer illustrators and science fiction writers as the keynote speaker at three-day conference at NASA's Ames Research Center in California's Bay Area.
Should a giant, glowing space ship create a real-life close encounter with a third kind, Aaberg thinks our best chances to communicate with aliens is to play Bach.
"It transcends what a human being can do in terms of the brilliance of it," he said.
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