Finding life throughout the solar system remains one of the most fascinating possibilities for humanity, but so far the search has yielded no measurable results. A scientist believes that he knows the reason – alien killer robot.
While it sounds like the name of a science fiction movie or a new video game, The Daily Mail reports that theoretical physicist Alexander Berezin of the National Research University of Electronic Technology in Russia believes that artificial intelligence is the reason for this is that humans have not found extraterrestrial life.
Beresin's Alien Killer Robot Theory explains the "Fermi Paradox," which takes its name from physicist Enrico Fermi. The paradox exists because of the high probability that there is a foreign life somewhere in the universe, and yet there is no evidence that such life exists, according to a Metro report.
According to Beresin, The reason for the "Fermi paradox" is that advanced civilizations use their technology to destroy other life forms in the universe. The physicist said that his theory "predicts a future for our own civilization that is worse than extinction".
He believes that either artificial artificial intelligence rebelled against their creators and extinguished life forms or that biological creatures similar to humans inadvertently killed others as it attempted to colonize other planets and areas of the universe. Beresin wrote in his paper, "I'm not suggesting that a sophisticated civilization would consciously wipe out other life forms, most likely they just will not notice it, just as a construction crew rips an anthill down to build real estate because they lack the incentive to do so
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Ultimately, his idea is rather bleak future for humanity one way or another. When humanity reaches large-scale interstellar travel, it believes that it is condemned to inadvertently (or possibly intentionally) obliterating all other life forms. However, should humanity fail to conquer the stars and eventually populate any of the other potentially habitable places within that universe, then it is doomed to be wiped out by another life form or foreign alien killer robots.
Natural This is just one possible solution to the "Fermi paradox". Another possibility is that the distance between advanced civilizations is too great to communicate, so a civilization would have died out before such communication attempts arrived elsewhere, and therefore there is no evidence of alien life. Yet another option is that the advances needed to fully explore and colonize the universe would actually lead to the destruction of the life form.
Whatever the reason, so far humanity has no proof that extraterrestrial life forms exist and who knows? These bizarre alien killer robots could play a role in this lack of knowledge.