Alien Civilizations Destroy Each Other Before Meeting Humans, Experts Say

Scientists believe that aliens continually exterminate themselves before humans have a chance to find them.

Extraterrestrials, according to researchers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, don’t exist long enough to interact with people on others. other worlds.

The Great Filter hypothesis also suggests that humans might meet the same end.

Five NASA experts speculate that ETs may have existed throughout the history of the cosmos, but they never stayed long enough to contact Earthlings in an academic journal.

Uma missão na Europa procurará sinais de vida

Humans can follow aliens to extinction if they don’t learn from their mistakes and understand how they destroyed their own civilizations.

Scientists predict that some will have been killed by unforeseen circumstances, such as an asteroid hitting a planet.

Others, however, may have caused their own destruction, whether through nuclear war, a fatal disease, uncontrolled artificial intelligence, or climate catastrophe.

Most of them are now being fought by Earth.

A equipe do rover Perseverance da NASA está procurando por vida em Marte
NASA’s Perseverance rover team is looking for life on Mars (Image: NASA/BILL INGALLS HANDOUT/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

Experts claim that if humans could learn from the plight of aliens, they might live long enough to interact with other extraterrestrials.

Their research suggests that our galaxy alone must have a wealth of evidence for life. Despite this, we have not created any evidence that it exists outside of our planet.

So where are all of them? A pattern of human limitation and unwavering curiosity is shown by the silence of the universe beyond Earth.

As humanity approaches space travel and intensifies its search for extraterrestrial life, they warn that an existential catastrophe could be just around the corner.

Civilizations are wiped out by this catastrophe, also known as the Great Filter, before they can interact with each other. Scientists claim that this idea would explain the cosmic stillness that people seeking close encounters have found so far.

The article continues: “Identifying these qualities in ourselves and neutralizing them early is the key for humans to successfully navigate a universal filter.”

No mundo de Star Trek, as civilizações alienígenas são abundantes
In the world of Star Trek, alien civilizations abound (Image: Paramount Television/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock)

An economist at George Mason University in Virginia, USA, named Robin Hanson, first came up with the idea of ​​the Great Filter in the late 1990s.

“Our cosmos appears to be essentially dead,” he wrote, “suggesting that it is extremely difficult for advanced, explosive, durable life to originate.”

Hanson used the term “explosive” to describe the prospect of a civilization developing affordable space travel and colonizing other worlds.

Theoretically, intelligent and thriving life forms could not survive long enough on their own planet to spread to others, according to Hanson.

The current study’s co-authors, who are from California, speculate that aliens may face similar extinction dangers in other parts of the universe, such as humans.

The study refers to this as a “dysfunction,” which can quickly snowball into the Great Filter.

The researchers say that despite the possibility of rapid and violent extinction, human maturity may be able to fend off the filter. They state that “history has demonstrated that interspecies rivalry and, more importantly, collaboration have propelled humans to the highest levels of creativity.”

“However, we continue to promote ideas that appear to be in opposition to long-term sustainable growth.” The list is long: racism, genocide, injustice, sabotage.”

They claim that the likelihood of humanity defeating the Great Filter should increase with more understanding between tribes, societies, and civilizations, along with some significant technical advancement.

 

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