Fermi Paradox Great Filters: Space and Time

This episode begins our look at solutions to the Fermi Paradox – the question of why the Universe appears empty of intelligent life besides ourselves – by looking at some of the reasons why life may simply be very uncommon. Before we can contemplate what might be special about Earth, we first need to consider what might be special about our region of space, and even our epoch of time, or our Universe itself.

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Jarred Eagley
Katie Byrne
Misho Yordanov
Murat Mamkegh
Pierre Demet
Sergio Botero
Stefan Blandin

Script Editing:
Andy Popescu
Connor Hogan
Edward Nardella
Eustratius Graham
Gregory Leal
Jefferson Eagley
Luca de Rosa
Michael Gusevsky
Mitch Armstrong
Naomi Kern
Philip Baldock
Sigmund Kopperud
Steve Cardon
Tiffany Penner

Lombus, “Cosmic Soup”
Markus Junnikkala, “A Memory of Earth”
AJ Prasad, “Aether”
Lombus, “Hydrogen Sonata”
Dan McLeod, NeptuneUK, “Mysterious Universe”
AJ Prasad, “Staring Through”

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