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617: Fermi’s Paradox

617: Fermi’s Paradox

Update: 2018-07-08152
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Three people grapple with the question, “Are we alone?”
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Ethan Morrison

the questions of loneliness follow what seems to be the question we ask ourselves as we grow. In adolescents we ask more existential questions. As we grow into a spouse those questions don't fade but me must also ask how to be a partner. later as a result of this we must now ask how to be a parent. The beauty of this had me crying

Sep 6th
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Chris Hughes

Have you researched this at all? We have found life on every planet in our solar system and as far from the sun as farthest asteroid in the Kuiper Belt. There is literally life everywhere. We have found bacteria in the coldest reaches of space, and in our nuclear reactors. Bacteria ate the BP oil spill in our oceans, and they have found live bacteria on satellites.

Sep 3rd
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Ben OfSoCal

Chris Hughes Wow! Not sure how anyone could have come to a conclusion that's this far off base, but it's untrue that we found life on every planet in the solar system. That's just flat out wrong. Do a little research before you post things on online, Chris, unless you don't mind looking foolish

Jan 28th
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John Olbrot

Chris Hughes Huh?

Sep 12th
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Denise Wiesner

heart warming!

Aug 8th
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617: Fermi’s Paradox

617: Fermi’s Paradox

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