The Fermi Paradox
Posted by Jonathan Weyermann on September 24, 2017 at 11:09 PM
In the the milky way alone, there are 400 billions stars. There are perhaps 20 billion like our sun, with perhaps 1/5th of them with earth-like planets in their habitable zone - where life could exist. If 0.1% of these had life, there would be 1 million planets with life. This leads to an important question
Where are all the aliens?
It gets even worse when you re...