Have you ever heard of the extraterrestrial theory of the Fermi Paradox? It basically begs the question, in reference to the absence of extraterrestrial life coming into contact with humans that we know of, “where is everyone?”
A variety of different far out and less far out theories have been presented to explain why we seem to be alone on planet Earth, with the amazing biodiversity of life that appears native to Earth through which we can witness almost every type of life imaginable already.
However, it seems like none of these explanations quite hit the nail on the head or sound right.
Alexander Berezin, a Russian physicist hailing from the National Research University of Electronic Technology (MIET) has a certain theory. He has given it the title the “First in, last out” solution of the Fermi Paradox.
His theory is that once any particular intelligent civilization gains the power to spread across the stars and reach different solar systems with a reasonable amount of resources consumed to do so, it is inevitable that they wipe out the other civilizations all around them.
However, just the basic rules of human comfort and desire to relax and have peace seem to contradict this theory. This theory may be in reference to the actions and orders of the psychopaths who really run our society. Maybe they would aspire to ruthlessly conquer all other civilizations in reach, but the vast majority of human beings would have no such desire in my opinion.
The theory basically claims that we haven’t been noticed yet, and the moment we are actually noticed by an extraterrestrial, intelligent civilization, we may just be demolished in an instant with no regard. That sounds like a pretty nihilistic perspective.
The paper is currently available on pre-print, but has yet to be peer reviewed.
“They simply won’t notice, the same way a construction crew demolishes an anthill to build real estate because they lack incentive to protect it,” the author of the paper wrote.
However, in this inevitable equation he speaks of who is the person demolishing the anthill, and who is the person living inside the anthill? The author of the paper believes humanity may be the person demolishing the anthill in the future.
“Assuming the hypothesis above is correct, what does it mean for our future? The only explanation is the invocation of the anthropic principle. We are the first to arrive at the [interstellar] stage. And, most likely, will be the last to leave,” Berezin continued.
Even pro-science websites reported on his theories in a fairly critical light. One article describes his solution for this paradox as “several simplifications of assumptions.” Fair enough. The science community claims that the definition of life is dependent on seven specifically identified parameters, whereas in this person’s study growth is the only factor considered.
If you look at colonialism, you’ll find an example of when the factor of expansion and growth dominated and overtook all other factors in the parameters of life.
What if extraterrestrials already exist on this planet, and have been present for thousands of years, running an agenda through institutions and bloodlines like the royal families of Europe and Catholic Church?
Just a thought.
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