JAKARTA – Japanese physicist Michio Kaku confirms that life is not far away alien in outer space will be found. But the scientist warned that humans must be careful when making contact with aliens.
In an interview with The Guardian, Kaku said that interacting with aliens is a bad idea. “Soon we will have the Webb telescope in orbit to see thousands of planets. That’s why the chances are high enough that we can make contact with aliens,” he said. READ:NASA Finds 2,241 Habitable Planet Candidates, Can It Replace Earth?
Kaku explained that there are several colleagues who make sure that we have to interact with alien . “I think it’s a bad idea. We all know what happened to Montezuma when he met Cortes in Mexico hundreds of years ago,” he said.
As is known, the Spanish troops led by Cortes slaughtered the unarmed Aztecs until the warriors’ blood flowed like water. This sounds like a bad result from the first contact with an alien life. ALSO READ: Personal Data of 533 Million FB Users Including Mark Zuckerberg Leaks
Kaku explains that even though he believes that life alien most will be peaceful but that doesn’t mean we have to risk announcing ourselves to the universe.
“We can’t take risks. We can’t tell our whereabouts to aliens in outer space because we don’t know their intentions,” he said.