Migration to another galaxy may be the future of humanity?

galaxy nebulaThe paradigm of eternal intelligent life has set environmental problems on Earth. Yet, it is not a question of tens or hundreds of years of the fate of human civilization, but of thousands and millions of years.

In recent years cosmologists speak of so-called space time foam, of which many universes are born, and our universe is just a tiny “bubble” of this foam. Thus we can speak of the infinite mega-universe.

The Milky Way, sooner or later will get to the stage of collapse and black hole. After the death of the galaxy there will be only a faint hope that there will remain a piece of information about the past history of humanity.

Before the death of the galaxy, humanity with face changes of polarity and axis of rotation of the Earth.

All these pessimistic conclusions should have an optimistic solution. The human is a very strange creature… He doesn’t know what is going to happen tomorrow, but he is concerned about the fate of humanity millions of years from now 🙂

The truth is that in near future long-distance space flights and human life on other planets are unreal. First of all, it is unlikely that in our galaxy there is a planet with life conditions perfectly suitable for human. Even if the geophysical conditions were suitable, the bacteria would be hostile to aliens, and people wouldn’t manage to survive in unfamiliar conditions.

The only one way out is to fly to a new star, using our own planet Earth as an intergalactic vehicle. So far it looks like a weird unattainable fantasy, but maybe some day this project will become true…

The Solar system moves in the Milky Way around the helical trajectory. Theoretically it is possible to accurately calculate a flight path and to fly to a nearby galaxy in straight trajectory in a relatively short period of time (800-1000 years) in order to continue the development of human civilization at a younger star.



Such a flight to a new star is a very real project to implement in 200 centuries. At the disposal of mankind there is sufficient time. Considering the humanity’s achievements of the XX century, in 200 centuries it will possible to solve these technical and social problems.

A logical question arises: where to get the energy necessary for moving the Earth from its galactic orbit in the right direction? The answer may lie in a concept of geoelectromechanics, according to which our planet, Solar system, Milky Way and the whole Universe are interconnected electromechanical systems.

According to this concept, our planet is an electric motor, the rotor of which is the liquid part of magma, and the stator is the Earth’s crust. The energy of cosmic particles (electrically conductive plasma) passing through the planet’s magnetic field is converted into electrical energy of the radiation currents in the core of the Earth. In fact, it is a giant magneto hydrodynamic generator (MHD-generator). Thus, the Earth is a part of the energy structure of the Universe. We just need to learn how to use these processes.

Problems of long-term development of human civilization are being solved today, and it’s not just a crazy fantasy. The future of human civilization is in hands of generations of the XXI century…



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Anna LeMind

Anna LeMind

Anna is the founder and lead editor of the website Learning-mind.com. She is passionate about learning new things and reflecting on thought-provoking ideas. She writes about science, psychology and other related topics. She is particularly interested in topics regarding introversion, consciousness and subconscious, perception, human mind's potential, as well as the nature of reality and the universe.
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Migration to another galaxy may be the future of humanity?