Fermi paradox

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  • Summary Of Fermi's Paradox: The Great Filter

    notation. As one of the solutions to fermi paradox’s states: other intelligent life hasn’t made themselves known because they’re hiding – or they’ve already been killed. The answer to Fermi’s famous question, “Where is everybody,” has tramped through time for many years and will continue, possibly for the rest of our lives. As humans search for the answer there has been a divide in the scientific community: many accredited scientist believe that it’s an irrational paradox, yet many other…

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  • Ferrmi's Paradox

    _______________________ When you look up into the night sky, many emotions, questions can hit you and it can give you a sense of perspective. But have you ever considered answering those questions. Many people will know the gist of what Fermi’s Paradox is but have they put time and effort into thinking about it? The observable universe is about 90 billion light years in diameter. There are at least one hundred billion galaxies, each with one hundred to one thousand billion stars. Recently,…

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  • What Are Aliens Avoiding Our Planet?

    Are the Aliens Avoiding Our Planet? In 1950, the physicist Enrico Fermi asked a crucial question during one lunch at the National Laboratory of Los Angeles. According to the number of galaxies, planets and starts that we know, it is very probable that extraterrestrial life exists. So, where is it? This question, known as the Fermi’s paradox, is very logical when the size of our universe is taken into consideration. Even though there are many hypothesis trying to find the answer of this…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Space Colonization

    The calendars mark 2100. Another year closer to the end. Outside the temperature is 113℃, the usual for July in Dallas. In the news, reports about the decrease in freshwater availability has become the norm. Various animals have gone extinct, plants are unable to thrive in any country because of extreme droughts, and the population has began to decline steadily all over the world. A few scientists shared their ideas on how to keep humanity from vanishing. But many know that the end of the Earth…

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  • Ferrmi Paradox Analysis

    Does that simply mean they’re not out there at all? Fermi’s paradox would argue that’s exactly what it means. The Fermi paradox argues that if the universe is billions of years old, then there should be civilizations far more advanced than ours colonizing the galaxy; since we see no evidence of that, we must be alone (Webb, 2). Drake’s equation…

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