Researchers Argue that Alien Annihilation May Be Caused by Crashing Moons
Moons have long been thought of as a necessary part of creating stable planets capable of sustaining life. However, new research is suggesting that moons could also be responsible for wiping out alien civilizations on other worlds.
The researchers argue that when two moons orbit the same planet, they can crash into each other and cause massive destruction to their host planet’s environment. This would make it impossible for any existing life forms to survive the catastrophic event. The team believes this phenomenon may be happening in our solar system or beyond, potentially resulting in the annihilation of extraterrestrial species before we even had a chance to discover them.
The study cites evidence from simulations that suggest such collisions are more common than previously believed and could occur frequently enough to make them an important factor in how often intelligent aliens exist throughout our universe. While there is no way yet to confirm these findings, they do offer an intriguing possibility about why humanity has not encountered any advanced alien civilizations despite its search efforts thus far: crashing moons might have wiped them all out already!Read more at Futurism