Science fiction films and television series routinely depict a monstrous race of aliens visiting Earth in their spaceships and enslaving hapless Earthlings. But according to what one expert believes, there may be life outside Earth, but it is possible that these creatures are too afraid of “dangerous” and “violent” humans to want to come to Earth, according to what was published by the British “Daily Mail”.
Bloody conflicts and wars
Dr. Gordon Gallup, a biopsychologist at the University of Albania, said that humans are “dangerous, violent and engaged in endless bloody conflicts and wars.” For this reason, aliens, who have the technological ability to make a visit to Earth, are likely to be tempted to pay a visit to Earth – If they find – to stay away for fear of death and genocide.
“If the [الحياة الفضائية] You may have found us by now and discovered that humans are dangerous and violent, constantly engaged in endless bloody conflicts and wars, and are constantly developing more powerful weapons of mass destruction.”
Pollution and destruction of the environment
He explained that not coming to the planet may also be a byproduct of the increasing pollution and destruction of habitats, along with endless wars, looting, death, destruction and the desire to conquer, and then humans pose an unparalleled and unprecedented danger not only to other forms of life on Earth. Rather, life on other planets.
He cited the “total destruction of the highly advanced Aztec and Inca civilizations” and the subsequent genocide of the indigenous population, the destruction of their temples and buildings, and the theft of their wealth and natural resources.
Intelligent life on another planet
He also continued, “If there is intelligent life on another planet, its inhabitants may view humans as very dangerous, and this may be the reason why there is no convincing evidence or evidence for the existence of extraterrestrial life, because residents of other planets may consider it a great risk. Too much to be discovered.”
mass extinction of humans
He pointed out that the famous British astrophysicist Professor Stephen Hawking raised, during his life, concerns about the dangers posed by intelligent and aggressive aliens. Similar to what television series and movies show that aliens arrive on Earth to invade, enslave, destroy and colonize humans to exploit the planet’s resources after their resources are exhausted, Professor Hawking suggested that the result might be similar to what came when Columbus came to America, which was not the case. It was good for Native Americans.
He also noted that for the first time in Earth’s history, humans are headed toward mass extinction that occurs as a result of the actions of a single species; any human.
Whereas, Dr. Gallup’s paper relies on the Fermi Paradox, the apparent contradiction between the lack of evidence for extraterrestrial civilizations and various high estimates of their likelihood. In other words, if there is life beyond Earth, why has no evidence of its existence been found?
70 quintillion planets
According to estimates by Eric Zachrisson, an astrophysicist at Uppsala University in Sweden, there are 70 quintillion planets in the universe – that’s 7 followed by 20 zeros.
There are up to 6 billion Earth-like planets in the Milky Way alone, according to a 2020 study by University of British Columbia astronomers. According to NASA, 4,933 exoplanets — planets outside our solar system — have been confirmed in 3,704 systems, but most These outer planets are gaseous, such as Jupiter or Neptune, not terrestrial.
Very remote possibility
Regarding the possibility of alien aliens on Earth, Dr. Gallup says: “The history of biology on Earth shows that technologically advanced intelligent life is the exception rather than the rule. Despite billions of different life forms, the record of intelligent life with complex tool-making capabilities and the ability to The cognitive ability to achieve self-awareness suggests that it only appeared once, making the possibility of finding technologically advanced intelligent life elsewhere significantly remote.”