Why Do We Fail To Communicate With Aliens: Man has been hunting for aliens for years.
But so far, the aliens have not responded to any human message.
Why Do We Fail To Communicate With Aliens? If they resist than why don't they contact us
"Where are they?"
This question was asked by famous physicist Enrico Fermi in 1950 to a colleague.
The firm believed that in this universe, many more intelligent civilizations like humans exist on different planets.
But then this question arises if they are, then why can't we contact them? Where are they, after all?
This question is very famous, and the contradiction that arose due to this question is known as 'Fermi Paradox.'
SETI,i.e., 'Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence' organization, has been searching for the answer to this question for many years.
Earth was shaken by the explosion in Siberia 110 years ago
There are at least 100 billion stars in our galaxy itself.
The contradictory firm Paradox was recently re-evaluated by three academics at Oxford University.
They have done a study related to it, named "Dissolving the firm paradox."
According to the study, it is more likely that humans are the only living intelligent beings in the universe.
This means that the existence of aliens is almost impossible.
How to reach this conclusion
Anders Sandberg is one of the three experts who have done this study. He is a researcher at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University.
The other scientist is Eric Drexler. His concept of nanotechnology is very popular.
Apart from these, Professor of Philosophy Todd Ord was associated with this study in this academic center.
This new study analyzes a mathematical basis of the Fermi Paradox, called the Drake equation.
The Drake equation was first used from this; a list of possible places was made where life can happen.
After examining many aspects related to life in the study, it was found that there is a 39% to 85% probability that humans are the only living intelligent beings in the universe.
Research has written, "We have found that there is a fair chance that there is no other intelligent civilization in the universe.
We should not be surprised if there are no signs of this. On the basis of so much uncertainty, we have concluded that we are more likely to be alone.
However, these study scholars also believe that scientists should continue to seek life in aliens or other parts of the universe.
Sandberg, who has been involved in the study, says, "We should not be shocked if the future shows that there is a sensible alien civilization, despite the possibility of being aliens."
That is, the solution of Fernie's paradox is not so easy.