When we reached any outsiders it would most likely resemble when the Native Americans initially met Christopher Columbus. Also, all things considered, things "didn't turn out so well" for the general population being gone by, Professor Hawking has said.
Stephen Hawking made the notice in a film posted on the web, Stephen Hawking's Favorite Places. It demonstrated him taking a rocket over the universe, going to various areas over the universe.
"As I develop more seasoned I am more persuaded than any other time in recent memory that we are not the only one," he says in the video. "After a lifetime of pondering, I am driving another worldwide push to discover.
"The Breakthrough Listen task will check the closest million stars for indications of life, yet I know only the spot to begin looking. One day we may get a sign from a planet like Gliese 832c, however we ought to be careful about replying back."
It's a long way from the first occasion when that Professor Hawking has cautioned about the danger of visiting to outsiders. When he dispatched the Breakthrough Listen extend a year ago, he cautioned that any outsider that we did really hear most likely wouldn't be occupied with slaughtering us – accurately on the grounds that it would have scarcely any enthusiasm for us by any means.
Any civilisation that could really read a message we conveyed would should be billions of years in front of us, he said. "On the off chance that so they will be boundlessly all the more capable and may not consider us to be any more profitable than we see microorganisms."
Also, outsiders aren't the main capable species that Professor Hawking has cautioned may execute us since we are insignificant to the point that they can't think to do something else.
He has likewise said that manmade brainpower could in the end turn out to be clever to the point that it will incidentally slaughter us.
"The genuine danger with AI isn't noxiousness yet capability," Professor Hawking said a year ago. "A super wise AI will be amazingly great at achieving its objectives, and if those objectives aren't adjusted to our own, we're stuck in an unfortunate situation.
"You're presumably not an abhorrent subterranean insect hater who ventures on ants out of noxiousness, yet in the event that you're responsible for a hydroelectric environmentally friendly power vitality venture and there's an ant colony dwelling place in the district to be overflowed, too terrible for the ants. How about we not put humankind in the position of those ants."