UFO Buster Radio News – 284: Self-Replicating Space-Ships And Aliens Do Not Exist
Aliens have already invaded earth on self-replicating space-ships, scientist claims
ALIENS have already invaded earth on “self-replicating space-ships” but you will have to work hard to spot one, a scientist has claimed.
Von Neumann probes are hypothetical spaceships first theorised by mathematician John von Neumann who suggested that the best way to explore the galaxy would be to create tiny, self-replicating probes which clone themselves exponentially.
Eventually, billions of bots would be present throughout the Milky Way, making it the easiest way to gather data on our galactic neighbourhood.
This in turn is an attempt at explaining the Fermi Paradox.
The solution, many scientists argue, is once a civilisation reaches a certain size, it eventually kills itself off as it becomes impossible to sustain, either through war with advanced weapons or natural disaster.
Another possible solution is that there simply is no other life out there.
Mr Osmanov’s solution is that tiny extraterrestrial probes could be all around us.
The Georgian astrophysicist believes these probes would be too small to spot with current technology if they are far away in space, but believes there could be tell-tale signs.
He said the tiny probes could be giving off a tiny amount of light as they traverse the galaxy, hoovering up photons – light particles – which they could use to power themselves.
And these faint trails of light could be miles across in the infrared light, almost appearing as if they are comets.
“We have considered the scenario when the Type-II civilisation needs to ‘invade’ the interstellar clouds by means of the self-reproducing robots.
Aliens don’t exist and we are totally alone in a bleak lifeless universe, scientist says
A top British scientist has claimed that humanity could be alone in a vast universe that’s totally devoid of alien life. Nick Longrich, a senior lecturer in palaeontology and evolutionary biology at the University of Bath, has said that the evolution of intelligent life on Earth (which means us, in case you’re wondering) is so spectacularly unlikely it may have happened just once. In an article for The Conversation, he wrote: ‘Are we alone in the universe? It comes down to whether intelligence is a probable outcome of natural selection, or an improbable fluke.
He added: ‘Humans couldn’t evolve until fish evolved bones that let them crawl onto land. Bones couldn’t evolve until complex animals appeared. Complex animals needed complex cells, and complex cells needed oxygen, made by photosynthesis. None of this happens without the evolution of life, a singular event among singular events. ‘All organisms come from a single ancestor; as far as we can tell, life only happened once. ‘Curiously, all this takes a surprisingly long time. Photosynthesis evolved 1.5 billion years after the Earth’s formation, complex cells after 2.7 billion years, complex animals after 4 billion years, and human intelligence 4.5 billion years after the Earth formed. That these innovations are so useful but took so long to evolve implies that they’re exceedingly improbable.”
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