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'They are peaceful, but it is dangerous': the scientist advises not to seek contact with aliens

All the minds of the world have long been thinking about whether humanity should contact with alien civilizations. American theoretical physicist Michio Kaku expressed his opinion on this matter. Writes about it Фокус.

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The scientist has repeatedly stated that it is only a matter of time before humanity discovers extraterrestrial life, but he also emphasized that one should beware of coming into contact with it.

“Soon NASA will launch the James Webb Telescope into orbit, and we will be able to observe thousands of planets. Therefore, I think that the chances of contact with an alien civilization are quite high. Some of my colleagues say that if we find it, we should make ourselves known, but personally I think this is a terrible idea. We all know what happened to Montezuma when he met Cortez in Mexico many hundreds of years ago, ”said Kaku.

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In 1519, the Spanish troops led by Cortez exterminated the unarmed Aztecs until "the blood of the warriors flowed like water", which does not very much resemble a good outcome with an unknown civilization.

He has stated this before. True, he notes that most likely an extraterrestrial civilization will turn out to be peaceful, but it will be more developed than ours, and it is not worth risking everything just to declare our existence.

“We shouldn't shout about our existence, since we have no idea what their intentions are,” Kaku said.

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He says that the danger is not that the aliens will be "evil", but that they will be indifferent to us and our lives.

He compared our position in the universe to the position of a deer in the forest. While forest hunters pose a threat to deer, the real danger comes from developers who can bridge the forest and destroy their environment.

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