(ORDO NEWS) — It’s 2022, and despite all our advanced technology, we still haven’t discovered intelligent life outside of our planet.
With our modern telescopes, we can observe objects in space over 30 billion light-years away, and although we have discovered trillions of stars and planets, we are still very alone in the universe.
However, this does not necessarily mean that aliens do not exist or have never existed. Here are some logical explanations for why we still haven’t found them.
They live under the surface
One of the mistakes we can make when looking for aliens is that we assume they live on the surface of these moons and planets.
Often we find that conditions on the surface of planets are inhospitable for life, but some planets may have underground worlds hidden beneath their surface, buried deep under bedrock and ice.
We just didn’t notice them.
The universe is a very large space, and looking at such a big picture, it’s easy to miss the details.
Even if we look at our own planet from a considerable distance from space, our planet may appear completely empty, so when we look at other planets, it may be difficult for us to detect hidden life forms, especially if they have not developed the ingenuity to create large cities. and structures.
Humans have already killed all the aliens
Supposedly, Homo sapiens has been around for about 300,000 years, but we only record our history for the last 5,000 years. This means that about 295,000 years, or 98.3 percent of our history, is completely unknown.
They live in another dimension
We often assume that aliens exist in the physical world and that alien life must have common parallels with the life we know and understand according to our own definitions.
We can take into account that aliens exist in another world that we cannot access or measure with the tools and knowledge available to us.
We’re looking in the wrong place
In the search for alien life, we have long focused on what is in space, but have not always taken into account that alien life may already be here on Earth, hiding in plain sight.
There is still a lot we don’t understand about our own planet, and there are even theories that aliens might be living under our feet, deep under the earth’s crust. So instead of looking at the sky, maybe we should look underground.
They don’t want to be found
There is also the possibility that aliens know about us, but for some reason do not want us to know about them. Perhaps, after studying us for a while, they simply decided that we were not worth their attention, or that they were better off just staying away from us.
Or maybe the aliens are secretly manipulating us from behind the scenes and do not want us to reveal their secret? Whatever their reasons, they are very good at hiding.
How many alien civilizations are there?
Here’s a good signal for alien hunters: More than 300 million worlds with Earth-like conditions are scattered throughout the Milky Way galaxy. The new analysis shows that about half of the galaxy’s sun-like stars have rocky worlds in habitable zones, where liquid water can accumulate or flow over the surface of the planets.
It took scientists more than half a century to determine how many planets life could exist on. In 1961, astronomers did not know of any world orbiting stars other than the Sun, and although planet formation theories suggested that exoplanets must be common, we had no observational evidence of their existence.
But over the past decade, it has become clear that such planets are extremely common, their number exceeding the number of stars in the Milky Way. On average, almost every star has at least one world revolving around it.
Finding even one example of life off Earth would demonstrate that biology is not a cosmic fluke, but a very likely outcome given the right ingredients. And given the amount of habitable real estate in space, many astronomers say that life is, in fact, inevitable.
Humans as a species turned out to be very warlike and imperialistic in nature and are thought to have wiped out the Neanderthals. It is possible that at some point in our unwritten history there was a war between humans and aliens, as a result of which the aliens were destroyed.
Aliens are already dead
There is evidence that there was once liquid water on the surface of Mars, but now the planet is dry and lifeless. Could the planet have once been full of life? Many experts think so.
But if so, what could have happened to the aliens? One possible explanation could be climate change, which could lead to alien extinction. They could also have died as a result of a natural disaster or a meteorite fall.
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