Sasha Farrell July 16, 2018

The recent study, done by the three scientists of the Oxford University, titled Dissolving the Fermi Paradox suggests that we may be the alone in this galaxy.

It’s been an assumption that with trillions of planets out there in the space, the vast amount of real estate in space, it is found that aliens must be existing out there. But the question arises is that why any evidence of them existing or they trying to make any contact with us has not been found. The study done by the academics of Oxford challenges those who claim and feel confident about the existence of extraterrestrials. However, they don’t undermine the idea of searching for the extraterrestrial intelligence.

The three scientists were throwing light on the puzzle known as Fermi Paradox, which reveals the lack of a bridge between our beliefs of many planets with alien and the reality that they didn’t find anything insights up till. About 70 years ago, a renowned physicist Enrico Fermi asked a simple question where everybody is? And that aliens, if existed, would spread out entire Milky Way. He then raised a question today that there’s been enough time for the aliens to spread out, why we didn’t witness a single one yet?

According to the study conducted by the three scientists, they claim that if they own up to the true extent of uncertainties and to the proper calculations, study finds out that there are 53% chances that we are alone in this galaxy and 40% chances that we are alone in the visible universe. This result proves wrong to the Fermi Paradox since no one colonized the galaxy because no one inhabits it. However, a discovery of a microbe in any planet like Saturn or Mars would strongly false this study but finding an intelligent creature like humans on another planet in the visible universe seems to be the lowest probability.

Sasha Farrell

Sasha Farrell is a privileged and versatile content writer and editor in the domains of Pharma, Health, and Medical. Before getting into the writing world, Sasha was working as an STM editor for few renowned authors and publications, which gave head-start to rifle through the Pharma, Health, and Medical Innovations.

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