My Thoughts on Technology and Jamaica: Claudius Gros of Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Genesis Project may be Plan B for Earth 2.0


Saturday, September 17, 2016

Claudius Gros of Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Genesis Project may be Plan B for Earth 2.0

What if the Fermi Paradox as it relates to modified Great Filter Theory, also known as the Gaian Bottleneck Hypothesis as detailed in my MICO Wars Blog article entitled “How the Gaian Bottleneck Hypothesis says Extinction assured for Exoplanets and Earth” is true?

If so, out space may be empty, littered with the skeletons of aliens and microbial life that survived. So maybe we can change that via Panspermia; seeding the galaxy with Human life on much the same way human life began on Earth.

The Genesis Project aims to do just that as explained in the article “Genesis Project Proposes Seeding Earth-Like Planets, Possibly Creating Alien Life”, published September 12, 2016 by Curtis Silver, Forbes.

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The idea, which was proposed in an essay in Astrophysics and Space Science in the theoretical physicist Claudius Gros of Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany, would involve probes piloted by AI (Artificial Intelligent) pilots loaded with microbes, plants, animal and human DNA.

So how would this work?

Claudius Gros’ Genesis Project – Terraforming Venus, Jupiter Moons and Mars

The A.I. ship would be powered by Electric Propulsion combined with a ground based laser similar to the one that Aerojet Rocketdyne is building for NASA as described in my blog article entitled “How NASA and Aerojet Rocketdyne AEPS Laser Propulsion means Interstellar Travel in Days”. 

This AI piloted shop would travel at least 20% the speed of light. It would then be initially programmed to visit those planets that we've deemed to be in the habitable zone that are within a few light years but show no signs of active life.

First stop, Proxima B orbiting Promixa Centauri, a Red Dwarf 4.243 light years from Earth with a Planet that’s has the potential to be habitable.

Or we could start with our own planets, such as Mars and Venus, which may have had life billions of years ago when the Sun was cooler.

This assumption is based on the research of Michael Way from NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies and his colleagues in Geophysical Research Letters as published in the article “Hellish Venus Might Have Been Habitable for Billions of Years”, published August 10, 2016 By Shannon Hall, Scientific American.

We can still go back there, if you have no problem living in an airship in the upper atmosphere in Cloud Cities as explained in the article “Incredible Technology: NASA's Wild Airship Idea for Cloud Cities on Venus”, published April 20, 2015 By Mike Wall,

Even the moons of Jupiter and Saturn may also make great places for human life to flourish via this Genesis Hypothesis as they may have had life a long time ago as per my blog article entitled “University of Sao Paulo Astronomers find HIP 11915 with Jupiter-like exoplanet – Earth 2.0 beckons in the Jovian Moons”.

Genesis Project - Plan B for Earth 2.0

Then using cloning tech and advanced tech based on CRISPR-Cas9 research fund by the Government of the Netherlands as detailed in my blog article entitled “Netherland's Plan to create Artificial Wombs, improve invitro-fertilization and eradicate Genetic Diseases”, humans, plants and animals can be artificial grown in-vitro inside of arterial wombs.

As millions of years pass, these microbes, plants, animals and humans would evolve to be us. Thus, when our time comes and the Earth and human life is no more thanks to an ELE (Extinction Level Event), as per the Gaian Bottleneck Hypothesis, we'd have populated the universe with our genetic progeny. 

These microbes, plants, animals and humans would have to be genetically engineered to survive their new exoplanet homes. This would allow them to adapt to whatever planet the AI decided to set up home base on.

They’d also have to be taught by the AI about being Humans. The AI would also have to make sure to terraform the plane to make sure the plants and animals can survive, eventually evolving over billions of years into species different from those on Earth.

Life, after all, may be a conservation of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics as Dr. Jeremy England, Physicist at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), as atoms naturally form compounds and more complex organisms as a more efficient way to achieve Entropy.

Truth be told, we have no choice, as a single Asteroid can make Human life go extinct. So the Genesis Project may actually be Plan B for Earth 2.0.

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