Q&A

Is there any evidence of intelligent life on Earth?

Is there any evidence of intelligent life on Earth?

Since there is no significant evidence on Earth, or elsewhere in the known universe, of other intelligent life after 13.8 billion years of the universe’s history, there is a conflict requiring a resolution.

Why haven’t we found intelligent alien life yet?

In the early 20th century, physicist Enrico Fermi asked himself a now-famous question: Given the scope of our universe, why haven’t we found intelligent extraterrestrial life yet (or why haven’t they found us)? This is sometimes called the Fermi Paradox or the Great Silence.

Could extraterrestrials be hiding life on Earth?

Extremophiles on Earth suggest that scientists may not have to study some distant star to find evidence of extraterrestrial life. They may not be intelligent, but single-celled life-forms could be hiding relatively close by.

READ:   How do I get my money out of Coinbase wallet?

Why do people deny the presence of intelligent beings on Earth?

He noted “people deny the presence of intelligent beings on the planets of the universe” because ” (i) if such beings exist they would have visited Earth, and (ii) if such civilizations existed then they would have given us some sign of their existence.” This was not a paradox for others, who took this to imply the absence of ETs.

Is there any convincing evidence that intelligent extraterrestrial beings exist?

However, there is no convincing evidence that this has happened. There have been many attempts to explain the Fermi paradox, primarily suggesting that intelligent extraterrestrial beings are extremely rare, that the lifetime of such civilizations is short, or that they exist but (for various reasons) humans see no evidence.

Are We the only life-bearing worlds?

In a galaxy that likely holds trillions of planets, ours is so far the only known life-bearing world. Are we really alone? Life in the Universe: What are the Odds?