Awesome thanks, I just watched a bunch of Tree house of Horror episodes moments before you answered.
Hungry Are The Damned are the first appearance of aliens Kang and Kodos, named after Klingons.
IS the first appearance...
Yeah, I don't think we have the place to be mean to a species that could crush us.
Oh we wouldn't have to be 😂 they'd likely still find a reason why to kill us. Maybe we'd taste good to them 🤔
There's a whole dynamic involved here, you could probably write a whole book on it. We are nice to a lot of animals directly, indirectly might be a whole different question, and we do eat other animals regardless of being at the point we could afford not to. The thing is we can't really prevent them from detecting us, when planets pass infront their stars the spectrum of light changes since we already know the frequencies pf light various stars emit. You can detect the atmospheric composition of planets this way, and say if methane and oxygen exist in the atmosphere in a decent amount it's pretty hard to explain that without life. Any civilization advanced enough to come destroy us probably already knows about us.
Yeah, I figured. Wonder what an advanced species like that would even act like? 🤔 like what would be their motivations
I'd like to think, the pursuit of more and more complicated things. (That mixed with practicality and survival) would probably make a reward function that's pretty survival and decentralisation focused maybe. Generally the levels of civilization are classified according to the kardishev scale, essentially by the amount pf energy they use. Type 1 (uses the total energy of their home planet), type 2 (home star), type 3 (home galaxy). I'd assume most civilizations they/that'll survive for long enough would be expansionists to some degree.
I feel like you'd be the one to write a book on aliens before they even show themselves. Then most of the stuff turns out to be true 😂
How do you define the "human spirit" (though)?
Showing us at our worst and best in achieving goals.
Yes, definitely are a mixed bag. But all would be important to know
I want them to take me with them...
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I think so too. I liked the bit at the end where some music by Beethoven was shown. Though, no world renound works of art were given. Missed opportunity, sadly.
I'm sure they were also quite limited in what they could fit on the disk for the time, so they had to make some tough choices. I'm actually a little surprised we never did something like this again. Especially since more scientists actually believe it likely that aliens exist elsewhere in the universe now.
I also find it super ironic Vox made that video, when they're part of the embarrassing far-left corrupt media that would make us look the worse to advanced intelligent life.
Well, I wondered how they would be viewed...
Yeah I get you. I feel the same way about Disney's Star Wars trilogy.
Sort of bleak. But thank you for the input!
Yes, upon His return, bleak and terrifying for the unsaved.But a great feeling of relief and joy for the Saved
I don't know about most... but I can agree to a lot
Trudat, and I imagine we've come along way from when NASA sent those pictures.
I sure hope so 😅
I watched a shudder creepshow episode recently where aliens were monitoring human behavior but all they could find was greed and selfishness in one person so they killed the whole human race 😅