According to Elon Musk, the unexplained objects that the US military shot down last week were not of alien origin because they most likely don’t exist.
“I don’t think it’s aliens, no. I do find the whole question of the aliens a very interesting one, you know, what is typically called the Fermi paradox, which is that if the universe is really as old as scientists think it is, and where are the aliens?
“If it really has been around for 13.8 billion years, if so, shouldn’t there be aliens all over the place? The crazy thing is that I’ve seen no evidence of alien technology, or alien life whatsoever. And I think I’d know. You know, the SpaceX… I don’t think anyone knows more about space than me or at least about space technology,” he said.
Musk added that the absence of alien life in the universe “is actually a troubling thing.”
“What that actually could mean is that the civilization is like a tiny candle in the vast darkness. And a very vulnerable tiny candle that could easily get blown out.
“And I think we should therefore take great care of what may very well be this tiny candle in the vast darkness, and make sure it does not go out, and that we extend the light of consciousness beyond Earth, and do everything we can to ensure that the light of consciousness does not go out,” he added.
.@ElonMusk on the existence of Aliens and life in the universe:
“I think we should take great care with what very well may be this tiny candle in a vast darkness and make sure that it does not go out.” pic.twitter.com/BBrlWLkhSr
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) February 15, 2023