A video made by me about space and the loneliness in the universe
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Just a question: If our spacecraft travel at that speed and are going towards another star system, suppose they are right on target even. Wouldn't that be considered an act of war to any possible intelligent inhabitants, unless the spacecraft can sense the obstruction and stop in time to avoid collision? Are we really that sure that we are the only life in the universe?
Nobody said we are the only life in the universe. A truly intelligent civilization would recognize it has no weapons. And the chances of it hitting anything are soo negligible and of determining who sent it is zero.