NASA scientists offer a theory about why we won’t encounter another intelligent life. It is overwhelming.

NASA Scientists explained in a new paper Why do they think we might not have encountered intelligent extraterrestrial life – that’s heartbreaking.

According to them, intelligent life may have destroyed itself before it reached a stage of development sufficiently advanced to support such an encounter. They believe that the same fate likely awaits humans unless we act.

The “Great Filtering” theory states – as in the “filtering” of various life forms – that other civilizations, and possibly several, have existed during the lifetime of the universe. The newspaper pointed out that they all destroyed themselves before they could contact the Earth, “Avoid the “Great Candidate”: Extraterrestrial Life and Humanity’s Future in the Universe. “

Scientists fear that all intelligent life, like humans, have deep-rooted imbalances that can “rapidly deteriorate in the Great Filter,” they wrote.

But there is still some hope for humans — provided we can learn and take action to avoid our extinction, notes the paper by a team of researchers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

“The key for humanity to succeed in passing through this universal filter is… recognition [destructive] In the article published online Oct. 23, astrophysicist Jonathan Jiang and colleagues wrote, “The qualities that are within us are pre-neutralised.”

The document has not been peer-reviewed.

According to the authors, anything that appears likely to wipe out humans would also threaten intelligent life on other planets. The authors noted that potential culprits – who could be affected by humans or other intelligent life forms – include nuclear war, pandemic, climate change and unbridled artificial intelligence.

The trick, the researchers said, will be everyone’s biggest challenge, working together to survive.

“History has shown that indefinite competition, and most importantly, cooperation, has led us to the highest levels of invention. However, we perpetuate seemingly antithetical notions of sustainable growth. In the long run: racism, genocide, injustice, subversion,” the authors caution.

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This article originally appeared HuffPost It has been updated.


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