As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.

WHAT IF: We’re all alone?

alone moon - pixabay

Every Wednesday, we’re asking a what-if question – how would our world be different if something were changed?

Today’s question is from QSFer Scott:

The Fermi Paradox describes the contradiction that despite an abundance of planets in our galaxy, we have yet to detect alien life. What if we’re actually all alone in the universe?

Live Science has more on the Fermi Paradox here: https://www.livescience.com/fermi-paradox

Share your serious scientific analyses, your off-color jokes, and random thoughts on the topic on our FB and MeWe Groups:

FB: http://bit.ly/1MvPABV

MeWe: http://bit.ly/2mjg8lf

close

Join Our Newsletter List, Get 4 Free Books

To view our privacy and other policies, Click Here
Please consider also subscribing to the newsletters of the authors who are providing these free eBooks to you. We are only able to offer them through the generosity of these QSF authors. You can always unsubscribe at a later date if you don't find anything of interest to you.
Once you submit this form, check your inbox to confirm this addition if you joined our newsletter list.

Leave a Comment