Why Aliens Still Not Found?
Our Milky Way galaxy alone is home to 100 to 400 billion stars. And our observable universe probably has at least two trillion galaxies. Each of which contains hundreds of billions of stars orbiting trillions of planets.
Even if life is present in a few of these planets, there are intelligent beings somewhere in the universe besides the Earth.
According to a report by Business Insider, if only 0.1 percent of the planets in our galaxy have life, then about 1 million planets would have intelligent life.
These numbers are cited in Nobel Prize-winning physicist Enrico Fermi’s research on alien lifestyles, Where Are They? His question has come to be known as the Fermi paradox. The possible answers have made people think.
One of the most thought-provoking of all is the ‘Great Filter’ hypothesis, which allows intelligent beings to transcend the boundaries of the original planet. One such ‘Great Filter Hypothesis’ is that climate change, if it continues, will result in the extinction of many of the animals on our planet and we know this. It is this climate change that is forcing other intelligent creatures to cross the boundaries of their planet.
Human civilization has grown so much that it has been the only stable climate for the last 12,000 years. Human civilization has benefited from agriculture and has finally moved towards industrialization. Although this industrialization can be the cause of our destruction!
Why Aliens Still Not Found
A recent study found that the survival of various species on a planet is declining due to damage caused by climate change. It also includes two species with essential and a fast reproductive cycle.
According to Oxford neuroscientist Anders Sandberg, Milan Sarkovic, a member of the Belgrade Astronomical Observatory, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) expert Stuart Armstrong, the aliens are not yet completely extinct.
Zaza Osmanov, a professor at the Free University of Tbilisi, believes the search for alien creatures is still likely to be successful. Because so far we have only searched for the big stars. According to him, in order to be successful, we must also search for its pulse.
Scientists believe that if there really were any intelligent beings in our universe other than humans, we would one day be able to reach them.