I think its very hard to believe that out of the trillions of planets that there surely are in the universe that none of them would harbor life of some kind and out of those none harbored intelligent life like on earth. Its pretty crazy to think about isnt it? But the sad fact is that it is very unlikely that these intelligent species will ever be able to communicate or even hear from one another due to the vastness of space. All we can do is have faith that there are other civilizations out there and wonder how advanced they just might be.
If it was just us doesnt that seem too weird to believe? That in all the cosmos, only one planet evolved life?
Think about it...
the crazy thing is we have been civilized for like ~10,000 years. think about the progress we have made in just the last 100 years. now imagine how short those times are in terms of the age of the universe. There could potentially be civilizations out there that are millions of years more advanced than us. we all think about space being vast in distance but we often overlook the incredible stretches of time.
Just when I couldn't think op could get any stupider he somehow manages to go ahead and do just that. At this point all I can do is applaud you, dingo, and your efforts to sink humanity to new depths of stupidity. Well done, champ, evolution took a massive step backwards when you were born.
thats like saying we dont have the technology to drive across the United States because it would take longer than methods. we can communicate with any intelligent life as advanced as human life wasw over 100 years ago. it just takes a long time for the signal to reach anyone or thing
i do have this theory that only very peaceful civilizations will survive long enough to reach "our-level-plus-10000-years". so they are intelligent and benevolent. they know that they shouldnt interfere with us because we couldnt handle it and it would destroy us. there are probably "space travel guidelines" that prohibit aliens to contact "lower" civilizations, just like we create nature reserves and national parks and stuff where you arent allowed to interfere with the animal's lives.
i seriously think that very very advanced technologies can travel in ways that are completely foreign to us and they probably can go beyond what we call (at least some) "laws of physics". i mean we have dark matter, dark energy, dark flows or parallel universes, wormholes and all these are basically just placeholder terms for "we dont know the fuck were talking about". obviously we have come a long way and know ten times more about the universe than a few decades back, but its stupid to see the universe with our "limitations" (no matter how general and universal we think they are) and expect them to bind and restrict all civilizations in the universe.
in all seriousness, i read that 3 times, 1st time i thought what the fuck is he on about, read it again and thought, this fuckbag has to be kidding, read it once more and decided calling you a fuckbag wasnt good enough - sick-as-aids