It may be possible to produce life on planets orbiting around black holes, but it has little chance of evolving extraterrestrial civilizations. The production of life on planets orbiting around black holes is dependent on the amount of energy that results from the temperature difference between the black hole accretion disk radiation and the cold space around the planet the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation. However, the likelihood of the evolution of life and the creation of extraterrestrial civilizations on these planets must also be examined. A study conducted in 2016 showed that life could be produced on black hole exoplanets, but so far the chances of life evolution and the creation of extraterrestrial civilizations have not been investigated. For this reason, this issue was investigated in this study. This research has shown that even assuming the possibility of producing life on black hole exoplanets, there are several factors that hinder the creation of extraterrestrial civilizations on the surface of these planets. As a result, black hole exoplanets are not good targets to discover intelligent life.
Published Date: 2022-07-07; Received Date: 2022-06-06