Friday, August 19, 2016

If we are inside a simulation, we might never meet aliens and this would solve the Fermi paradox [COMPACTIDEA]

Fermi paradox asks why haven't we felt/met/seen aliens yet, when probabilistic estimates such as the Drake equation say that, by now, we should have. I feel that if the simulation hypothesis is indeed true, that is we're inside a simulation, we might never meet aliens if the simulation was designed in a way to have only us as the intelligent species [thus solving the Fermi paradox while preserving the Drake equation].

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