The latest discoveries under the technological advances and the surface of the satellites make it possible to find other ways in the solar system. Research has been published by David Clements, Professor at Imperial College London, and in the British Interplanetary Society.
The researcher assures us of studying Fermin's paradox for a couple of decades living outside the Earth. This paradox reveals contradictions, although life must be in space, due to the dimensions, although this has been proven, we could not contact.
In an attempt to answer this question, Clements will analyze the Earth's life history, the necessary conditions for life and the existence of the solar system and solar system living conditions. For life development, Clements explains that water presence and some types of energy are required. Two conditions that match the body of the solar system: the moon of Jupiter and Saturn
The ice is in between us
Clements argues that life exists, and that's why we have not been able to get in touch with Martian satellites that are under the ice surface; "Inclusive and deep ice fences," says the researcher.
Clements told Newsweek at the threshold that he should not live under water to be intelligent. It provides a very complex organism as an example: "The fact is that the octopus skills are quite surprising."
Likewise, it seems to be a sensible season of two decades, "for the next 10 or 20 years, some missions and observational facilities are being put into operation, the capacity to live somewhere else." Remember, in any case, Europa – the moon of Jupiter – and the James Webb telescope, which scientists will be able to search for signals of life coming from our planet beyond our solar system.