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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Brian Cox -ALL Alien Life Is Dead....but his ego survives!

Desperate for more publicity because he stamps his foot but never gets enough, he has now made the most ridiculous and unscientific statement I've heard -particularly from him.

We are finding that water as well as other things life requires to exist are NOT as rare as we thought. The number of habitable zone planets detected has increased fantastically. 

But, oh no, Cox KNOWS far more than scientists and astronomers who have spent decades longer than he (and he is NOT involved in SETI or CETI but a Physicist which mainly involves theorizing on what others have done) -in some cases 5 or 6 decades.

He is a stroppy, not very likable personality who spends more time making TV and radio programmes and promoting self than actually rolling up his sleeves and doing real work. 

I once thought he had promise but...we all make mistakes.

Why are we not getting to contact "lots" of alien civilizations? Deep breath.

There has never, since Humankind evolved, been a period during which there was no war. Up to this point in time Humankind has killed BILLIONS of its own race because of greed, religion or because "it was fun". Add to that the countless billions of other forms of life -animal and plant, the way the Earth has been poisoned and ripped up -again for profit and greed. It has never stopped. It never will because after many's on a roll. Humanity brings species it has been killing for no reason back from the edge of extinction just to hunt and kill again.

Watching and listening to our broadcasts, communications and even distant monitoring, any alien civilization would, at best, Quarantine Earth. You do not want Humanity spreading out further than this solar system.

For a script I once had to do one of those Star Trek "Humanity has so much promise and good" type speeches. In the Star Trek universe humanity is still fighting. Pointless speech. The one I wrote was: "Earth is a lovely planet. Exterminate Humanity but leave everything else."

This is why I keep stating that we need to look at every alleged UFO landing because somewhere (away from all the "Greys" fantasy) there may be one or two genuine accounts and that is hands-on Search for Extra Terrestrial life.

One day, a newspaper headline will read: "Mr Brian Cox Farts". It'll be far more honest.

Brian Cox SHOCK CLAIM: We haven’t met aliens because they’re DEAD – and humans are NEXT

BRIAN Cox has claimed aliens have not made contact with us because the most advanced civilisations kill themselves off – and we will too.

The star of TV’s Wonders of the Universe believes eventually every civilisation kills themselves off, which is why no beings are yet to make a dominant impact on the universe.
Professor Cox was basing his argument around the Fermi Paradox which questions why humans are yet to make contact with aliens.
In 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi – the creator of the world’s first nuclear reactor – came up with a paradox which says due to the age and size of the universe there is bound to be a civilisation much more advanced than ours, but why haven’t they contacted us? 
The solution, many scientists argue, is once a civilisation reaches a certain size, it eventually kills itself off, either through war with advanced weapons or natural disaster.
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Brian Cox says that aliens have killed themselves off
Mr Cox elaborated on this theory, claiming that it is the reason why we have not seen any strong evidence for extra-terrestrials.
He told the Sunday Times: “One solution to the Fermi paradox is that it is not possible to run a world that has the power to destroy itself and that needs global collaborative solutions to prevent that.
“It may be that the growth of science and engineering inevitably outstrips the development of political expertise, leading to disaster.”
The former keyboard player for the 90’s band D:Ream then warned: "We could be approaching that position.”
However, other scientists disagree with the Fermi Paradox and believe that Earth was the first planet in the entire universe to host complex life, according to a recent study.
Are we alone in the universe?
The universe has been around for roughly 13.8 billion years and modern-day humans have existed for 200,000 years – just 0.00145 per cent of all time.
While this may lead some to the conclusion we were late to the party, a group of esteemed researchers claim we could actually be well ahead of the curve and that advanced civilisations may not emerge for another trillion years.
Avi Loeb of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and lead author, said: “If you ask, ‘When is life most likely to emerge?’ you might naively say, ‘Now’.
“But we find that the chance of life  grows much higher in the distant future.”
The research says that any form of life became possible around 30 million years after the Big Bang, and scientists predict existence will continue to thrive for another 10 trillion years until all the stars in the Universe have extinguished.

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