A few hundred years ago the mere concept of aliens was practically unknown to the masses. Sure, there have always been people out there that believed and they have always been interacting with us but the general consensus is that it was never “aliens” per se.
But alas, as time proceeds it appears as though more and more proof of aliens is gathered as we reach a new era of widely accepted facts altogether as now experts believe that the concept of aliens not existing, after all, is nearly unfathomable, to say the least.
Recently however we actually managed to create a simulation of the universe as we know it and by using an algorithm we were able to discern just how many civilizations could be out there other than our own.
The scientists from the University of Nottingham were the ones to bring it up as they were the first to test out the Astrobiological Limit of Copernicus as a means of calculating how life would evolve in our universe over 5 billion years of evolution.
Through this process, the simulation revealed that around 36 inhabitable planets would most likely lead to us finding alien life out there as we know it.
Now, if we were to visit all of these planets and discover no life what would that mean for us? Experts are frightened at this concept as this could imply that our own civilization could have the same abrupt ending if this is the case as we all share the same similar pattern of evolution and conditions.