Explore the troubling implications of the Fermi Paradox.

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In the 1950s, there was a group gathered around a table sharing a lunch that, unbeknownst to them, would spark debates for decades. As the meal continued, the topic of conversation took a sudden shift towards the speculative: space and humanity's place in it.

It was at this point famous…

At the end of the day, living beings need similar things.

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Something that’s always fascinated me in science fiction is the depiction of alien worlds. Every movie depicts a fantastic and insane world where nothing quite makes sense.

Yet, that’s the aspect that fascinates me: nothing makes sense.

These are still hypothetical living beings that require similar things to humans, no…

Our search has been a mere blip in the timeline of the Universe.

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Thirty years after Enrico Fermi posed his famous paradox, Carl Sagan and William Newman presented an answer. For those unfamiliar, Fermi’s Paradox simply asks:

Where are all the aliens?

Statistically speaking, one has to imagine that there is life out in the stars, yet we have never seen any of…

The closest exoplanet to Earth may also be the best option for space colonization

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I’m a huge fan of anything and everything to do with space. Something that has fascinated me above all else, however, is where humanity will end up in the future.

Assuming we are still around in a couple hundred years, I would be extremely surprised if we were still located…

Trevor Mahoney

Studying Finance and Management Information Systems • Technology and Space Enthusiast • California Born

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