Why can’t humans find aliens? There must be extraterrestrial life beyond the earth.

Microbial fossils have been found in Martian meteorites, but the evidence is not enough to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life.

For a long time, the scientific community has been sniffing at the evidence of alien life such as UFOs. In 1947, the U.S. Roswell UFO crash caused an uproar. Later, the US Department of defense claimed that it was not true.


Extraterrestrial civilization refers to the cosmic civilization besides the earth civilization, which is usually connected with extraterrestrial life. Some people speculate that alien civilizations may be more advanced than those on earth.

Many astronomers claim that there must be extraterrestrial life beyond the earth. At the same time, I think the possibility of finding aliens is very small.

It is reported that human beings have been observing for some time, but scientists still have not found any evidence that there is intelligent life in the cosmic forest. Of course, the universe is huge, so we usually just assume that we can’t detect alien civilizations because they’re too far away.


A new report by researchers at the University of Gaddis in Spain shows that this is not the case, which means a very different possibility: we completely ignore their existence.

Unfortunately, human scientists tend to look for alien civilizations similar to humans. The study explains that this preconception that life as we know it exists elsewhere may hinder our ability to discover alien life hidden in the visible.


The publication, published in Acta Astronautica, discusses the possibility of extraterrestrial life in a way totally beyond human understanding. Imagine that it’s both frightening and fascinating, but it does make sense when you stop doubting for a while.

“We try to use this distinction to consider other possibilities,” explained Gabriel de la Torre, a neuropsychologist who co led the study.

“For example, dimensional creatures that our minds can’t grasp; or intelligence based on dark matter or energy, which make up 95% of the universe, and we’re just beginning to glimpse them. There may even be other universes, according to Stephen Hawking and other scientists


To prove that people are often misled by their own expectations, researchers conducted an experiment and asked 137 people to determine whether the structures and features in some aerial photos are artificial or natural.

In one of the photos, the researchers hid a small image of a gorilla to see if the participants would find it. The participants did what they said, but many of them completely missed the gorilla just because they didn’t look for it in particular.


This unintentional bias is called unintentional blindness, the team said, arguing that astronomers and the scientific community might see similar phenomena. In short, if we don’t know what we should look for, we may not find anything, which is exactly what happens when we look for extraterrestrial life.

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