The fate of humanity in the cosmos (science video).

Isaac Arthur is back at Event Horizon for his yearly conversation with John Michael Godier, where they talk about a variety of topics, including protecting the world from the sun’s evetual expansion and the fate of humanity in the cosmos.

Welcome to the wild and wacky world of alien machine civilizations, the end of Earth, and our future! If you’re anything like us at SFcrowsnest, you’re probably wondering what the heck is going on and how we got here. Well, fear not, because Isaac and John are here to break it all down for you in an amusing, yet highly scientific manner.

First things first: what are alien machine civilizations? These are civilizations that are made up entirely of machines (duh). They might be robots, drones, or other types of artificial intelligence, but the important thing is that they don’t have any fleshy humans running the show. These civilizations can be super advanced and technologically advanced, which can be both a blessing and a curse (more on that later).

Now, let’s talk about the end of Earth. I’m sure you’ve heard about it – it’s kind of a big deal. Basically, Earth is dying. Whether it’s because of climate change, pollution, or some other catastrophic event, our dear old planet is on its way out. And that’s where alien machine civilizations come in.

You see, some people think that these civilizations might be able to save us. They might be able to evacuate humans to other planets or even create new Earths for us to live on. But others think that these civilizations might be the ones that caused the end of Earth in the first place. Maybe they were experimenting with some new technology that went horribly wrong, or maybe they just didn’t care about the consequences of their actions.

So, what does this all mean for our future? Well, it’s hard to say. It’s possible that we could end up living on a new planet, surrounded by robot overlords (which might not be so bad, depending on how you feel about robots). Or, we could be doomed to a life of running from one disaster to the next, trying to outlast the end of Earth. Either way, it’s safe to say that our future is looking pretty uncertain.

But hey, at least we’ve got each other, right? And if all else fails, we can always turn to the power of memes to get us through these tough times. So don’t lose hope – there’s still a chance for a bright (or at least slightly less dark) future.

The fate of humanity in the cosmos (science video).
The fate of humanity in the cosmos (science video).

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