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Discussion in 'Evolution Vs. Creationism' started by questfortruth, Apr 18, 2022.

  1. questfortruth

    questfortruth Well-Known Member

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    Consider the Fermi paradox, i.e., the "absence of recordable life in cosmos,
    while the abiogenesis has to happen.'' The official point of view is that the
    Fermi paradox not only exists but is unsolved yet. Romantic people look at
    night at star systems and think that the sky is full of life because the
    chance for Earth to get alive was the same as the chance for any suitable
    planet to bloom with living organisms. It is a romantic delusion. The Earth is
    alive, and Mars is dead only because the people are born on Earth. Consider
    ten planets suitable for life. The Earth and Mars are among them. The current
    time is 4 000 000 000 BC. If it is given that there will be one single living
    planet in this group of worlds with a probability of 30 %, then the
    likelihood that the Earth gets alive is exactly this 30 %, as the humans must
    be exactly there, where the life has begun. But Mars has not this advantage;
    hence, the probability of Mars getting life is (1/10)*30 %=3 %. The
    difference between 3 % and 30 % is explained by Luck. I have written a
    solution to the Fermi Paradox because the famous Drake equation uses the wrong
    value for a planet's probability to get a life. The latter was equated to 100 \%.
    But I tell you that the actual figure is noticeably less; in the above
    argument, it is less than 3 % even for a planet perfectly suitable to start
    life. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.12946.73923

    We can discuss the new whereabouts about aliens, but please give me credit and honor for solution of the specific problem: Fermi Paradox. Let me feel good, at least one sec.
     
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    Seeker of White Light Be who ever you want

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    I disagree with you, i believe there are inteligent life in a lot of places in this universe, and they may have visited us already.
     
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    ChristineM "Be strong" I whispered to my coffee.
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    Are we alone, have you been and checked?
     
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    My contribution is the scientific solution of the Fermi Paradox, nothing else or more.
     
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    Seeker of White Light Be who ever you want

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    Does the Fermi Paradox take in to consideration that they can already have visited us, but governments here on earth hiding the truth from us citizens?
     
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    questfortruth Well-Known Member

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    We can discuss the new whereabouts about aliens, but please give me credit and honor for solution of the specific problem: Fermi Paradox. Let me feel good, at least one sec.
     
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    Seeker of White Light Be who ever you want

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    Should I honor you for creating a theory that i disagree with you on?

    Do you write your papers for fame and honor to you as a person, or to give people a chance to read it, and discuss it?
     
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    Yes, please read all 15 pages of this truly amazing paper, there are simplest proofs of many conjectures:
    abc, Goldbach, Riemann, Dyer, and many more.
     
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    We are not alone. Aliens deliberately avoid us, because humans are awful.
     
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    Mock Turtle Hi, fellow primates AND overlords!
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    God: Humans, so good I only made one example of such and all the rest of existence means nothing to me. :oops:

    Or

    God: I made all of life and then humans came along to spoil all my good work. :oops:

    (Because I'm not that good) :D
     
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    It is the first level of complexity.
    But there are more high levels, because on the second thought: there are perfect people somewhere in the big world.
     
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    Seeker of White Light Be who ever you want

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    Why would there only be life on one planet out of trillions of planet in the universe?
     
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    I am not saying that. I am saying that I have made an unpublished solution to Fermi Paradox. The famous Drake equation uses the wrong value for the probability of a perfectly suitable for living planet getting alive. This probability was equated to 100 % in the Drake equation. But I tell you that the actual figure is noticeably less.
     
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    The "Fermi paradox" isn't an actual problem because we aren't able to even observe every planet in our galaxy, let alone the entire universe, so the lack of hard evidence for ET life is a red herring. It's like claiming that driving on an empty stretch road means that there are no other cars anywhere on that road.
    We may be alone, but it is entirely possible that we are not. At present, it is impossible for science to say, one way or the other, so any claim to do so is mere eyewash.
     
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    I know i am no scientist, but i read your paper....and could not find any proof
     
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    Your contribution is incoherent.
    You claim to have "scientifically resolved" a paradox that doesn't actually exist.
     
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    The official point of view is that Fermi paradox not only exists, but is unsolved yet.
     
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    But you read the paper and could not find any proof?
    It is ignorance and nihilism. The nihilism is defined by F. Nietzsche as
    "rejection of an obvious truth". Example of Nihilism is saying $2+2+4=34$.
    My paper has proofs, even if they are only wrong proofs.
     
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    Seeker of White Light Be who ever you want

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    Thats nice of you to say......
     
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    But you read the paper and could not find any proof?
    It is ignorance and nihilism. The nihilism is defined by F. Nietzsche as
    "rejection of an obvious truth". Example of Nihilism is saying 2+2+4=34.
    My paper has proofs (not cars and not birds), even if they are only wrong proofs.
     
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