Oxford Scientists: Aliens Are Probably in a State of Biostasis

Today perhaps only a few scientists believe that Earth is the only place in the Universe where life in all its diversity exists.
Astronomers regularly discover potentially habitable or at least habitable exoplanets, but humanity still has no proof of the existence of extraterrestrial life.

A study carried out within the framework of the SETI project (search for extraterrestrial life) shows that the probability of the existence of highly developed extraterrestrial civilizations is extremely high, but we cannot make contact with them because they suffer, for example, climate change.

On distant exoplanets as well as on Earth, seasons also change and weather conditions change, and probably not for the better.

Extraterrestrial civilizations have likely found themselves in a situation where their planets have become virtually unsuitable for normal life.

To survive a difficult and life-threatening time, progressive ETs can deliberately enter a state of suspended animation or commonly referred to as “biostasis”.

Biostasis is the temporary (short or long term) slowing down or stopping of biological functions to preserve physiological capabilities.

SETI representatives are convinced that dozens of highly developed civilizations inhabit the Milky Way, which we cannot get in touch with because they are dormant.

“Some living organisms have proven that biostasis helps them survive in extreme conditions,” said SETI Lead Astronomer Seth Shostak. “Representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations being locked on their own planet could consciously “hibernate” waiting for the natural stabilization of climatic conditions.

Some scientists believe that if humanity does not find a way to stop global warming and does not urgently begin to colonize objects in the solar system, we will also be forced to resort to hibernation in order to save at least a part of our species.

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