Have you ever imagined living on other planets?  Physicists say we can do that in 200 years

Have you ever imagined living on other planets? Physicists say we can do that in 200 years

The belief of physicists is based on a new paper that threatens the use of new forms of energy or the potential extinction of the human race. Space expansion projects are on the rise, and the reason may be more than “curiosity” about interplanetary humans.

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Interplanetary humans could be the solution in the next 200 years

Right now, we’re at a real crossroads on Earth: we’ve learned to use our energy sources rationally and efficiently, or we’ll have to evacuate the planet in search of a new interplanetary habitat.

Publication of Live science Space Exploration directly addresses the reasons that accelerate the unusual decision of the human part to expand en masse. This may be due to physicists’ reports of rapid depletion of terrestrial resources.

According to experts from NASAJonathan Jiang says, “Earth is a tiny dot surrounded by darkness,” and goes on to say, “Our current understanding of physics tells us that we are stuck in this tiny rock with limited resources.”

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Interplanetary humans will only be a dream until we master the most efficient and highly sustainable energy form to survive on Earth or fully explore other places.

The big problem is that the same energy question that will force us to find other types of subsistence is also linked to the possibility of going through space.

We already use Nuclear energy For a long time, but always in fear of falling into the wrong hands, however, the best way to achieve the necessary autonomy in the whole universe is to use large and safe.

The complete abandonment of familiar fossil fuels could be an opportunity to increase the Earth’s sustainability in the long run, leading to the dominance of nuclear energy.

We are on the limit of our energy potential on earth

Nikolai Kardashev created the accepted scale and then modified it by Carl Sagan, defining the maximum technical capability that could develop an “intelligent” race, using only the resources of his home planet.

Kardashian Type I civilization can use all the energy available on the planet, including all the energy sources on the ground (such as fossil fuels and materials used for nuclear fission) and all the “force” available on the planet. Its original star, the Sun in our case.

Type II civilizations use and exploit ten times more All To control the energy production of a single star Sun. As your main source of energy. Type III species can go further and use up most of the energy in the entire galaxy.

We are late, it is true, we have not even completed the first phase of the scale, but our energy consumption is not decreasing.

The growing number of people using more energy individually comes at a higher cost: a threat to the biosphere due to carbon and pollutant emissions, and a threat posed by the ability to use powerful means of energy storage and distribution, such as for destructive purposes. Bomb

So, you have two options to get from the first phase to the second phase: you have to completely abandon the energy source of the first phase or speed up your process to get to the second planet.

If inertia persists, we can become extinct here without going through the first stage of evolution, and it won’t be very “smart.”

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Leandro Kovacs

Leandro Kovacs is from Rio de Janeiro, a journalist and a bit of a fool. He grew up in the midst of technological advances and crossed the bridge from analog to digital. He was “suggested” by his father to complete CEFET-RJ, where he graduated from high school and went on to the final term of industrial mechanics technician.
He has worked in Master Control (which puts TV on air), was a script writer for professional breaks, media calls and promos until he became a programming manager. During his 10-year career in broadcasting, he worked for Rede Globo affiliates in TV Brasil (Old TVE-RJ) and Paranना (RPC). He also worked as a copywriter and author on a technology website. His main interests are: cyber security, science, astronomy, sports and technological innovation.

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