Sunday, 15 March 2009

Problems with Fermi's Paradox

OK, so it goes like this. Big cosmos so, therefore a great chance that there are some highly evolved and technologically advanced species out there? So, why haven't we any rock solid evidence to, for once and for all, prove their existence? Is it because they don't exist? Here, takes a very close look at some of Fermi's assumptions.

From the article:
Fermi's Paradox embraces a number of invalid assumptions. It therefore has irreconcilable problems, putting it in conflict with reality. Some misguided individuals attempt to use Fermi's Paradox as if it were proof that Earth is the only home of intelligent life in the Universe. They are erroneous as much as was Fermi.

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