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8 billion years ago, the Milky Way was full of life

8 billion years ago, the Milky Way was full of life 1

According to the latest big data research and analysis, human beings may already be the last civilization in the universe, because the first civilization appeared as early as 8 billion years ago.

The researchers said that taking the Milky Way as an example, they believe that the most suitable place for life in the Milky Way is probably not the edge of the Milky Way, but a place about 1.3 light-years from the center of the Milky Way, where the real life of the Milky Way is. It was a thriving “paradise of life” and as early as 8 billion years ago, life there was densely populated.

How far is the distance between the earth and the center of the Milky Way? It is about 25,000 light-years, and the distance between human beings and the “paradise of life” is also 12,000 years away. This huge gap also causes people to only become marginal civilizations and cannot participate in the ranks of the first civilizations of the galaxy. .

Research and deduction have found that since 8 billion years ago, the vigorous civilizations that appeared in the galaxy may have all been extinct. When the solar system was just formed, it was the heyday of the development of these civilizations, and when humans appeared, these civilizations Civilization has long been lost in the history of the Milky Way. This news was published in the January 6th article of “Reference News” “U.S. Media: Most Alien Civilizations May Have Destroyed themselves”

Nowadays, the civilization of the galaxy is similar to that of humans

This also means that those alien civilizations that can receive signals sent by human civilization, or those that can come directly to the earth, all died out before humans appeared. This article entitled “U.S. Media: Most Alien Civilizations May Have Self-destructed” was published in “Reference News” on January 6. Studies have pointed out that the civilizations that still exist in the galaxy today, like human beings, belong to relatively young civilizations. They have neither the ability to decipher signals nor the ability to respond to the earth.

So, what caused most alien civilizations to embark on a path of self-destruction? Researchers said that there are many ways to make these civilizations self-destruct, such as large-scale nuclear wars, climate and environmental changes, etc. Of course, they may also be external factors, such as supernova explosions around them, or they may be caused by aliens.

It may also be that there have been wars between these civilizations, and in the end no one became the final winner, and one after another has embarked on the path of decline.

Although this view needs further research, it seems that this can also become a powerful hypothesis of “why we can’t find alien civilizations”. At the same time, it can also bring some warnings to mankind. After all, human beings are destroying the earth now and as a result, the earth’s ecological environment is at risk, and perhaps we will “self-destruct” in the future.

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