Today it is once again time, comply with our educational mission. As is known, describes the Fermi Paradox the problem, we seem to be alone in the universe. That's a bit scary, because the universe is indeed quite large and can make real loneliness depressed. And now friends Imagine times 7 Billion (or rather more) depressive monkeys ago, throwing out of frustration their shit around and make it all unnecessarily unpleasant for all concerned! Jupp, Exactly. However, the Fermi Paradox also speaks of filters, which make it difficult for civilizations to develop, for instance because they do not arise or be destroyed at some point during the development itself. We probably have some of these filters overcome, but is more likely, that awaits us yet, to which we are heading as a drunken Geisterfahrer. What fun!
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