Moving to another planet to save existence

 As is often seen in science fiction, automated technology has become increasingly risky for human civilization. But in the end, will nanotechnology, biological weapons, computers are the cause of human destruction?

 Scientists say that the matter is moving towards the same direction day by day. Uncontrolled advances in science and technology can be a major cause of danger.

The Center for the Study of Extensive Risk (CSER) has begun research at Cambridge University on the risk of destruction of human civilization due to uncontrolled advances in science and technology. It is led by the British astrophysicist Martin Ridge.

The way to avoid this is to spread to human planets. Only then will the rapid advancement and development of nanotechnology be useful. As a result, disaster can be avoided. 

The famous astrophysicist Martin Ridge has said the same in his book "Hour Final Century". Uncontrolled advances in technology may lead the planet to ruin, or it may lead to extinction. Any one of these will inevitably happen. 

That will determine the future of mankind. The development of nanotechnology, radical violence and the destruction of the biosphere in the advancement of technology are leading us to a deadly cultural catastrophe.

To prevent the extinction of mankind, British astronomer Ridge's advice is to control the spread of scientific research and the results of research around the world. Ridge involved in the nuclear disarmament movement to avoid catastrophic catastrophes.

 Still, he says, these weapons are not as dangerous as the uncontrolled advancement of dangerous technology. The problem will become apparent in the next 20 years. To overcome this danger, we have to spread in space as soon as possible. Otherwise, destruction will become inevitable. We are actually in technological adolescence.

When the younger generation is desperate to go to Mars, the arbitrariness and medieval behaviour of powerful political leaders around the world is discouraging people. 

The advancement of technology has come a long way compared to cultural development. Therefore, the political leaders of the old ideology do not understand the usefulness of using such mechanical facilities. As a result, the younger generation is facing mental retardation.

The late astrophysicist Carl Sagan also said decades ago that we need to increase our efforts to communicate with extraterrestrial civilizations to survive. The journey to the planet is urgent. 

But many oppose it, saying it is a kind of economic and intellectual waste. They also say that if someone from the planet is strong, they can find us and occupy or destroy us. 

It is a reflection of our backward mentality. When it comes to cost, the cost of building a modern warship, such as the Destroyer, can easily be used to carry out a decade-long search for extraterrestrial life.

As a result, the CSER Research Center has been set up to avoid the risk of such catastrophes. Researchers are working on biotechnology, nanotechnology, and the dangers of climate change to human civilization. 

The CSER project is being led by Hugh Price, a professor of philosophy at Cambridge University, Martin Ridge, a professor of cosmology and astrophysics, and Jaan Tallinn, a co-founder of Skype.

 In an interview, Professor Price said that the situation suggests that at some point in the next century, the idea of ​​surpassing humans in terms of machine intelligence is not a fantasy.

Researchers have also considered possible robot rebellion. It is the perfect time to focus on the search of the evil computer.," they said. Although it is difficult to determine the extent of such risks, it is time to raise awareness. 

The artificial intelligence robots shown in the famous movie 'Terminator' can be a danger to humans. Also, the computer network system called 'Skynet' in the film could become a threat to human existence if it is created in reality.

 Jaan Tallinn thinks that the more intelligent robots and computers are than humans, the more our reliance on compassion will increase. The Terminator image is a battle between man and machine or computer. How the Skynet program created by the US military became intoxicated with destruction.

 This fear is not of today, of many days. Authors of science fiction have been showing this fear to people for a long time. Will Smith's 2004 film, 'I,Robot', also shows how computer programs are trying to hold people hostage. We have created a path of self-destruction to secure ourselves.

That's why researchers at the University of Cambridge, known as the best school in the world, have been working directly on the subject. They want to know if technology will ever destroy human civilization. Although its severity is difficult to measure at the moment, the risk is so high that it raises concerns, the researchers wrote on the CSER Center's website.

In ancient times, people would move to another area to establish a new settlement after a few generations of settling in one area. Similarly, the present generation has become restless after the unveiling of the whole world, when will they settle in the new location.

Astrology is currently our destination; That future is painted in the 1960s by Soviet astronomers. Astronomer Martin Ridge expressed this optimism in his 2010 'Rith Lectures' broadcast on BBC Radio 4.

 Because the leaders of multinational companies like Amazon, SpaceX are coming forward to go on a star or Mars. Progress will be made soon. The Falcon Nine rocket, which successfully launched a payload into space, is a start. 

But without a combination of biology, culture and technology, long-term settlement in space will not only be difficult, but mankind's own interrelationships will not be in  right path.

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