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

The belief of physicists is based on the new paper about the entry of new energy forms or the danger of extinction of the human race. Space expansion projects are on the rise and the reason may be far more than “curiosity” about interplanetary humans.

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Interplanetary humans may be the solution in the next 200 years

Right now, we are at a real crossroads on Earth: we have learned to use our energy resources rationally and efficiently or we will have to empty the planet for new interplanetary habitats.

Publication of Direct science Directly addresses the factors that accelerate the extraordinary determination of the human part to expand space exploration. This is due to the reports of physicists indicating the rapid depletion of terrestrial resources.

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

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Until we master the most efficient and highly durable forms of energy to live on Earth or fully explore other places, interplanetary humans can only dream.

The big problem is that the same energy problem that forces us to look for other types of livelihoods is also linked to the possibility of being able to go into space.

We are already using Nuclear power For a long time, but always with the fear of falling into evil hands, however, large-scale and safe use is the best way to achieve the necessary autonomy throughout the universe.

The complete abandonment of familiar fossil fuels is the only opportunity to extend the earth’s durability to master the use of nuclear energy.

We are within the limits of our energy capabilities on Earth

Nikolai Kardashiv created the scale approved and improved by Karl Sagan, which defines the maximum technological potential for developing an “intelligent” race, while at the same time using only the resources of its own planet.

The Kardashian Type I civilization was able to use all the energy available on Earth, including all the energy sources available from Earth (fossil fuels and materials used for nuclear fission) and all the “energy” available from the planet. Its parent star is the sun in our case.

Type II civilizations consume ten times as much and can exploit All Energy production of a single star – controls The sun As our main energy source. Type III species can go further and use more energy in the entire galaxy.

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

As the number of individuals consuming more energy increases, so does the cost: the threat to the biosphere from the release of carbon and pollutants, and the risk posed by the ability to use powerful means for energy storage and distribution for destructive purposes such as nuclear. Bombs.

So, we have two options to move from one stage to the next: we either give up the energy resources of the first stage completely or speed up our process to another planet.

If inertia persists, we may be extinct here without going through the first evolutionary stage and it is not very “smart”.

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Leandro Kovacs

Leandro Kovacs is from Rio de Janeiro, a journalist and a bit of a genius. It rose amidst technological advances and crossed the bridge from analog to digital. His father “suggested” that he complete CEFET-RJ, where he graduated from high school and went on to become an industrial mechanics technician.
He worked at MasterControl (which broadcasts TV), and was a script writer for commercial breaks, media calls, and promos until he became programming manager. During his 10-year career in broadcasting, he worked for TV Brazil (Old TVE-RJ) and the Rede Globo subsidiary in Parana (RPC). He has also worked as a copywriter and author on a technology website. His main interests are: cybersecurity, science, astronomy, games and technology.

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