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Hello, can you hear me?

Hello, can you hear me?

Written by Carlos Heron

21 July 2015

The earthlings expect to have any contact with intelligent life from space soon; firstly, we need to define what the contact meaning – If I say Hello in a specific direction by some device is enough to wait for an answer properly, right? I do not think so … no doubt that it is a human being behavior with thousands years of evolution living in societies; maybe the other species could have a different way to interact each other and with the environment. I could say the same if humans have the intention to listen them – we really need to open our mind.

Imagine a different planet closer, or far away, from Sun than Earth (much more warm or cold); biggest or smallest (the gravity must be very different in this case); if we find a planet with just methane, helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, radon, oxygen in other proportions on atmosphere; how many strange species could live there? We can point out now too many variables that we already know and not to mention about the different elements/environments that we don’t know yet.

We should never forget that the Homo Sapiens is a specie that adapted in the ecosystem of Earth, according to Darwin, “all species of organisms arise and develop through the natural selection of small, inherited variations that increase the individual’s ability to compete, survive, and reproduce”. He never said that we come from apes, so we have a missed point here.

Do you really believe that we are smarter than Dolphins intelligence? Ant society? Bats? (Have you ever listened about the sonar system of bats?) Do you really think that we are smarter than bacterium and virus – they are the most highly evolved organism on this planet (maybe the influenza is a kind of contact from space with us).

Open your mind

Heron

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