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The Fermi Paradox: The Four Arguments

The main hypothesis of the Fermi Paradox, debated by many Scientists, states that we are the only advanced civilization in our galaxy, because if aliens exist, they would have found our planet by now.

The four arguments against this hypothesis of us being alone in the universe are:

  1. Space travel is difficult or not feasible for aliens..
  2. The alien beings chose not to come to Earth.
  3. The advanced civilizations have yet to find us.
  4. Aliens have already visited our planet but we haven’t seen them.


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