So far, there is not a single, physical, tangible, solid as well as credible documentary evidence whatsoever, that we have ever been visited by physical extraterrestrial biological entities in any physical extraterrestrial spacecraft of any kind.
The question is “are we the only sentient, intelligent physical biological entities in this entire universe?”
“We just do not know yet. – – and, this is the best answer we can give for now.
Of course everybody, including myself, thinks it sounds ridiculous to believe that we are the only instance of physical, sentient, intelligent biological life anywhere. I couldn’t agree more.
But for right now the answer is “We just do not know yet“.
However, so far, there is no evidence whatsoever that there are intelligent, sentient, physical extraterrestrial biological entities commonly known as “aliens” anywhere.
As much as we like to believe, the UFO phenomenon does not represent any conclusive evidence whatsoever of actual physical ET visitations. This seems to be the conclusion of an overwhelming, vast majority of the world’s scientists and astronomers.
And now here comes a recent collaborating item from the scientists at Oxford University:
IT’S POSSIBLE WE MAY BE ALONE IN THE KNOWN UNIVERSE
by Natalie O’Neill, NEW YORK POST – – June 26, 2018″
Humans may be alone in the universe and will never meet other intelligent life forms, according to a cosmically depressing new study.
Scientists at Oxford University have determined that aliens don’t exist in a report that says human beings are likely flying solo in outer space.
Researchers at Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute came to the conclusion that humans are alone in the universe while examining the so-called “Fermi Paradox”* — which ponders why scientists believe in extraterrestrials despite having zero proof.
“We find a substantial probability of there being no other intelligent life in our observable universe, and thus that there should be little surprise when we fail to detect any signs of it,” researchers say in the report, published in the online journal Arxiv.org earlier this month.
There’s likely no intelligent life outside of Earth — so there’s no need to waste time theorizing about humanity’s relationship with aliens, notes the paper, dubbed “Dissolving the Fermi Paradox.”
The paradox, named after physicist Enrico Fermi (of Los Alamos National Laboratory of New Mexico) questions how there could be “a high probability” of extraterrestrial life when there’s no solid proof.
“Where is everyone?” Fermi asked in the 1950s while pondering the possibility of interstellar travel.
Past scientific theories have said alien civilizations may be living in our galaxy based on seven factors — including the position of star formations and how long creatures are able to survive.
But Oxford researchers Anders Sandberg, Eric Drexler and Toby Ord say the simplest solution is likely the truth: There’s no one else out there.
“There should be little surprise when we fail to detect any signs of [aliens],” it notes.
On the brighter side, those fearing an alien invasion can now rest easy.
The Fermi paradox, or Fermi’s paradox, named after physicist Enrico Fermi, is the apparent contradiction between the lack of evidence and high probability estimates for the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations. The basic points of the argument, made by physicists Enrico Fermi (1901–1954) and Michael H. Hart (born 1932), are:
There are billions of stars in the galaxy that are similar to the Sun and many of these stars are billions of years older than the Solar system.
With high probability, some of these stars have Earth-like planets and if the Earth is typical, some may have developed intelligent life.
Some of these civilizations may have developed interstellar travel, a step the Earth is investigating now.
Even at the slow pace of currently envisioned interstellar travel, the Milky Way galaxy could be completely traversed in a few million years.
According to this line of reasoning, the Earth should have already been visited by extraterrestrial aliens. In an informal conversation, Fermi noted no convincing evidence of this, leading him to ask, “Where is everybody?“
There have been many attempts to explain the Fermi paradox, primarily either suggesting that intelligent extraterrestrial life is extremely rare or proposing reasons that such civilizations have not contacted or visited Earth.
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