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published by David Weiller
This website provides an answer to Fermi's Paradox, which treats the chances of life beyond Planet Earth. The first part estimates the possibility of existence of other intelligent civilization in our galaxy by solving the Drake Equation and, finally, formulating Fermi's question: if there are other civilizations, why haven't we been contacted yet? The second part tries to answer the question by giving possible answers to Fermi's Paradox.
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Radio telescope, SETI, extraterrestrial life, fermi, intelligent life
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Metadata instance created October 27, 2006 by david weiller
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