The Fermi Paradox: Where Are All The Aliens?


by SavvyRoo on Oct 2, 2015 | Views: 40 | Score: 0
Human technology is not advanced enough for us to communicate with intelligent ET lifeIntelligent ET life is too far away to contact usIntelligent ET life has already contacted us but the government has covered it upIntelligent ET life exists and knows we exist, but chooses not to contact earth.Intelligent ET life has contacted or visited earth, but long before the development of humansIntelligent ET life's technology is not advanced enough for us to communicate withIntelligent ET life destroyed itself before developing sufficient technology to communicate
What is the best reason for the lack of evidence of intelligent ET life?4235302723134
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SavvyRoo
SavvyRoo on Oct 2, 2015 11:09 PM said:

There are 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the observable universe. With such an unfathomably large number of planets, it seems naïve to believe that Earth is the only one with intelligent life. But if the universe does, in fact, house other intelligent species, how come we haven't found any yet? A version of this question was posed by a physicist named Enrico Fermi, and its paradoxical nature caused many to label the question the Fermi Paradox. The most popular explanation to Fermi's question, however, is that our technology simply isn't advanced enough.