Fermi’s Paradox poses a rhetorical question: if there are other intelligent civilisations out there, where are they? Why haven’t we encountered them? If other intelligent species occupy the Milky Way Galaxy, then those with even the most rudimentary space-faring technology and a dash of hubris have had ample time to colonise our neighbourhood.
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