There is NO "Fermi's Paradox"… there never really was one

I will, once again explain what this actually means. Tl; Dr: It’s not a paradox, it is just a curiosity about their visibility which is easily answered by the ETs refusal to make contact, and it’s earliest proponents were themselves “believers” and high-level rocket/nuke-making scientists. It’s name is fallacious and leads to misuse and disinformation. – Enrique Fermi was having a chat with 3 of his nuclear bomb inventor buddies at Los Alamos, in the summer of 1950. Recent UFO news came up, they contemplated FTL travel and aliens… then moved on, only for Fermi to randomly blurt out “But where are they?” – note that Los Alamos is the place they invented the nuke and is notorious for later working on the retrieval materials. This chat was happening 3 years post Roswell and Edward Teller was one of the other interlocutors. The same question was posed as far back as 1933 by Russian rocket scientist Konstantin Tsiollovsky. He noted: people deny the presence of intelligent beings on the planets of the universe, because: (i) if such beings exist they had visited Earth, and (ii) if such civilizations existed then they would have given us some sign of their existence.…

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There is NO “Fermi’s Paradox”… there never really was one

Updated: May 13, 2022 — 10:27 pm