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Humans Are Likely Alone in the Universe, Study Concludes

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by Jeff Parsons                February 26, 2019                   (metro.co.uk)

• A new study entitled ‘Dissolving the Fermi Paradox’, by Oxford University researcher Anders Sandberg, and reported to Universetoday.com, concludes that we are the only intelligent life in the known universe.

• The Oxford research team used the famous Fermi paradox as the basis for their study. The Fermi paradox looks at the contradiction between the high probability of existence of alien civilizations and the overwhelming lack of evidence we’ve found since starting to scan the stars. The researchers incorporated new elements into the paradox equation, such as bias and uncertainty, and determined that the paradox’ conclusions of a small chance of other intelligent life existing in the universe was not accurate. Their conclusion is that we are completely alone in the universe.

• In the report goes on to say that even if we did somehow stumble across aliens, they may not be intelligent ones. “When the model is recast to represent realistic distributions of uncertainty, we find a substantial ex ante 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,” the team wrote.

• Bottom line: time to go back to those X-Files re-runs on Netflix because that’s the closest we’re going to get to any sort of alien encounter at the moment.

[Editor’s Note]  The only thing that this new study reveals, with certainty, is that the University of Oxford in England is a Deep State stronghold, spewing copious volumes of disinformation. These mainstream scientific “researchers” use pseudo-scientific intellectual gibberish to mask their stunningly ignorant “conclusion” that there is no other intelligent life in the universe except for our own. Perhaps puppet scientists and researchers, such as Anders Sandberg, should focus on a different issue: whether their kind will have any place in our scientific community once the existence of innumerable alien species throughout our galaxy, and even our historic and continuing interaction with many of them, is finally disclosed to the public. Let’s hope not.

 

In a new study published online they conclude that we are the only intelligent life in the known universe. The team used the famous Fermi paradox as the basis for their study. The paradox looks at the contradiction between the high probability of existence of alien civilisations and the overwhelming lack of evidence we’ve found since starting to scan the stars.

            Anders Sandberg

The researchers took the paradox, which was developed in the first half of the 20th century, then incorporated new elements such as bias and uncertainty. In a nutshell, they reckon it’s not as accurate as previously thought. The report is entitled ‘Dissolving the Fermi Paradox,’ and the researchers come to the conclusion we’re very much alone in the known galaxy. ”One can answer the Fermi Paradox by saying intelligence is very rare, but then it needs to be tremendously rare,’ said Anders Sandberg, a researcher at Oxford University and a lead author of the study. ‘Another possibility is that intelligence doesn’t last very long, but it is enough that one civilization survives for it to become visible,’ he told Universetoday.com.

In the report, the researchers go on to say that even if we did somehow stumble across aliens, they may not be intelligent ones. ‘When the model is recast to represent realistic distributions of uncertainty, we find a substantial ex ante 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,’ the team wrote.

‘This result dissolves the Fermi paradox, and in doing so removes any need to invoke speculative mechanisms by which civilizations would inevitably fail to have observable effects upon the universe.’ Bottom line: time to go back to those X-Files re-runs on Netflix because that’s the closest we’re going to get to any sort of alien encounter at the moment.

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Anders Sandberg, Dissolving the Fermi Paradox, University of Oxford


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Duke Brickhouse is a former trial lawyer and entertainment attorney who has refocused his life’s work to exposing the truth of our subjugated planet and to help raise humanity’s collective consciousness at this crucial moment in our planet’s history, in order to break out of the dark and negative false reality that is preventing the natural development of our species, to put our planet on a path of love, light and harmony in preparation for our species’ ascension to a fourth density, and to ultimately take our rightful place in the galactic community.

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