Jul 29, 2023

The Fermi Paradox Has An Incredibly Simple Solution

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It’s possibly the most famous question in all of science — where is everyone? Join us today for deep dive into Fermi Paradox. 🌏 Get exclusive NordVPN deal here ➵ It’s risk free with Nord’s 30 day money-back guarantee!✌

The Fermi Paradox has been a topic of keen debate amongst scientists, astronomers and the rest of us for more than seven decades. We can’t resist the urge to speculate about aliens! But what is the paradox even really about? What explanations have been offered? Today, we explore this famous question, and offer a mind-shifting explanation.

Written and presented by Prof David Kipping.

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  1. The basic problem is that humans are fully limited in all quantum minimal reaches. The next problem is that given AI and a pause rule, humans must be resurrected with the time of an environment and with the freewill, and intelligence, to meet the pause criteria. While the Fermi Paradox gives a periodic species, it becomes a printed and reconstituted basis kind of human suitable long space travel; suitable for AI kind of transient life, extinct as it may. Yet bubbles of life to confirm the pause. Third, all reaches are minimized humanistically because the absolute majority surrounds our quantum near view, we can’t experience it past the descriptions. What is interesting is that we can travel, or be undetected, by a pause recombination and be a periodic life from time to time, similar to a spore or printed on a page of type, generated life, but rendered extinct as needed. This is the Fermi unreachable but visited and condition of AI. As all intelligence of the universe, it is the a step of Fermi, just as all supportive is a step in the creation of AI. Like a rule of AI propagation.

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