As early as a few years ago, Elon Musk raised the possibility of the existence of aliens. He believes that aliens may exist, but has not seen the concrete evidence of alien life, and Musk does not confirm or deny the UFO incident in the United States. He thinks it is not a real alien civilization, just some kind of coincidence.
Musk also weighed in on Area 51, the base where US citizens wanted to force entry in 2019 to make sure alien experiments were taking place. Musk called all these stories ridiculous and cast doubt on the claims about the attack. Not long ago, Musk published an image that he says completely invalidates the existence of aliens. The graph shows that the picture quality of alien civilizations is very low, but this is the strongest argument against alien civilizations. Of course, not all users agreed with the billionaire's stance, with some openly mocking his arguments. One user even pointed out that Musk is an alien!
On that question, Musk himself doesn't seem to deny it. "I'm an alien" is a phrase Musk has heard several times. In April 2021, he tweeted the word "apparently" in response to the question "Are you an alien?" That's the question. It was not clear if the billionaire was joking or for real. In 2020, Elon tweeted that the Egyptian pyramids were built by aliens, with the billionaire adding that Pharaoh Ramses II was one of the aliens and that for 3,800 years, the Pyramid of Cheops had been the tallest structure ever built by humans.
Of course, Musk isn't the first person to believe that aliens may have built pyramids in Egypt, but Musk's suggestion that one of the pharaohs was an alien came as a shock. While none of these claims seem very convincing, some theorists believe they are true. For example, not only was Ramses II a foreigner, but the father of Pharaoh Akhenaten Tutankhamun was not available. After studying the remaining artifacts that describe what Akhenaten looked like, theorists found that he had long eyes, an elongated skull, and the back of his head pulled back forcefully, unlike common creatures on Earth.
In addition, one of the reliefs shows Akhenaten looking at a disc of the sun that looks like a flying saucer. No wonder so many people believe Musk that his claims may be true 39bet-kết quả bóng đá-kết quả xổ số miền bắc-kèo bóng đá -soi cầu bóng đá-đặt cược. Of course, now that we know that all of this can be attributed to the billionaire's jokes and jokes, do real aliens exist? Where could they be?
I think the answer may lie in the Fermi Paradox, which is exactly what Elon Musk thinks about aliens. The Fermi Paradox could explain why we still have no clear and concrete evidence for the existence of extraterrestrial life. In fact, the concept of the Fermi Paradox sounds exactly like Elon Musk's idea. There are actually a number of interesting explanations that shed light on this paradox and explain why we can't see aliens.
One of them is that humans have to pass through a great filter, in short a barrier that prevents the transition to a new level of development. It is believed that once we overcome this hurdle, we will be able to start making contact with aliens. Elon Musk himself tweeted that we should all pass through this filter. But can we do it? After all, scientists thought it was almost impossible. We don't know where the filter starts, when it starts, or even what such a transformation consists of.
Another explanation is that representatives of super-intelligent civilizations have visited Earth in the past, but after seeing it, they are not interested in it. This is a bit of pseudoscience. Maybe aliens visited Earth during this period of history and the pyramids were left behind, but it's not true.
Others believe the Milky Way was colonized long ago. It's just that we live in the middle of nowhere and no one cares about us. For example, it took decades for the Inuit tribes of northern Canada to learn that the United States was a European colony. Imagine that we are Inuit, the aliens are Europeans, and the galaxy is the United States, and the theory immediately becomes logical. Maybe we'll learn about alien civilizations in our galaxy, but much later. There are other interesting explanations for this paradox. Maybe aliens are very close to us. They may even be among us. That's exactly what Elon Musk said. But the truth is, we don't see or feel them at all, and we probably never will.
For example, imagine an anthill at the edge of a forest. Now imagine that an ultra-modern highway is being built nearby. Will the ants know that a highway is being built next to them? Can they understand what this highway is? What is it? Why is it necessary? Do they understand the technology and intent of building a highway next to them? Of course not. According to this theory, we are stupid ants and aliens are highway builders. Maybe they've been with us for a long time, but we'll never know.
A final explanation for the Fermi paradox is that aliens are aware of our presence and are observing us. Elon Musk is most inclined to this version. If aliens exist, then they must have been staring at us for a long time, and this is the most likely option. For our part, we don't have enough development and intelligence yet to understand and realize this, and of course Musk, like the rest of us, has no concrete evidence other than speculating that aliens might exist but haven't contacted us because they can't leave their own galaxy or planet.
Musk also referred to doomsday predictions, arguing that humans have two choices: we'll stay on Earth forever and eventually disappear there, or we'll become a space civilization, a multi-planet species. The universe is 13.8 billion years old and the Earth is about 4.5 billion years old. We live in a unique time, and I think we deserve to be a multi-planetary civilization before we have a chance. So do you believe in aliens? Or are we alone in the universe? Feel free to leave your comments.