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What's fermi's paradox
Contrary to common belief, we are tiny and insignificant in an enormous universe.
We have found no extraterrestrial civilizations in such a humongous place. This is called
fermi paradox and has some very interesting (and grim) hypothetical explanations, like self-destruction or cataclysmic events.
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