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There are billions of places where intelligent life might exist and now the world's most famous scientist says it's time to go find it. Steven Hocking has been trying to unlock the secrets of the universe since he was a young man, portrayed in the movie "The theory of everything" "With a single equation, the time had eliminated." Now teaming with a Russian tech billionaire offering 100 million dollars to boldly listen for cosmic communications, the new search will be 50 times more sensitive than before detecting lasers with no more energy than a common light ball, 25 trillion miles away. In 40 years, we haven't heard any real alien's calling. But that might be OK because even Hocking warns, you'd never know which ET might show up.
Next tonight, a white-knuckle moment in South Florida, the driver of an SUV barreling across an open drawbridge. Police say he was distracted by his own GPS. More than a 1000 people are hurt in distracted driving accidents everyday., here is ABC's Clayton Sandal.
The SUV jumping a West Palm Beach drawbridge as it rises crashing on the way down. Here it is again. The car even busting through a safety arm before going airborne. But it turns this driver is not a daredevil. It's not the first time technology behind the wheel has gotten drivers into trouble. A GPS fail and a series of wrong turns stranded the Cooper family in the desert for 3 days. Sometimes it's the car itself trying to get those voice activated systems to understand you can be its own distraction. "Call David Mur! I didn't understand you, please try again" That drawbridge driver in Florida earned some minor injuries and a ticket for a reckless driving.