If you were to believe Hollywood disaster movies then you might…
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think the human race was lucky to wake up this morning. Meteor strikes, rogue pathogens, supervolcanoes, shark tornadoes; all of these should have been the end of us by now, shouldn’t they? Perhaps not, because according to one school of thought, mankind might have already conquered extinction.The theories of the Fermi Paradox and the Great Filter are most commonly discussed in the context of the apparent absence of alien life in the universe. If reproductive molecules, single-celled life and complex single-celled life had never developed on Earth, then it’s unlikely humanity would have ever existed to begin with.3.5 billion years ago Earth witnessed the formation of Prokaryotes – simple, single-celled life lacking in a membrane-bound nucleus, mitochondria or table manners.Today, we Homo Sapiens rule the planet; we make stuff, we burn other stuff, and we can pretty much eat and pet any animals we want.Before all the monkey love, Homo Sapiens were already more adaptable and capable of higher endurance than Neanderthals and Denisovans.