Most Helpful Girl
No, given the fact that the closest star to our solar system (proxima centauri) is over 4 light years away and is a red dwarf which couldn't ever support life. And the fact that even traveling that distance would take a tremendous amount of time and fuel. And the fact that people have been looking and listening to signals from space for decades without finding anything at all. No, I don't.
The only way it would be possible is a species so advanced it has surpassed radio communication, and developed a means of faster than light travel. Which conventional physics tells us is impossible for any object with mass. Although there is the possibility of the existence of a Einstein rosen bridge which, well, could exist. (The math works out) But we haven't yet seen any evidence of one.
Most Helpful Guys
No. The nearest habitable planet would be quadrillions of miles away. I cannot imagine aliens coming all that way just to see us. I written extensively on this subject. It is Chapter V (5) on my website: www.thezap.net