The Fermi Paradox: Extinction

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The Fermi Paradox ask us how in a Universe so vast and ancient we seem to be the only intelligent civilization around, with no older interstellar alien empires visible in the galaxy. But could extinction play a role in that, or might extinction events instead drive evolution forward?

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The Fermi Paradox: Exctinction
Episode 204, Season 5 E37

Written by:
Isaac Arthur

Darius Said
Jerry Guern
Keith Blockus
S. Kopperud

Cover Art:
Jakub Grygier

Graphics by:
Bryan Versteeg
Jarred Eagley
Jeremy Jozwik
LegionTech Studios
Sergio Botero

Produced & Narrated by:
Isaac Arthur

Music Manager:
Luca DeRosa – [email protected]

Lombus, “Cosmic Soup”
Aerium, “Farewell, photon” <a href="" target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>
Dan MacLeod, “Battle Formation”
Chris Zabriskie, “The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan”
Lombus, “Doppler Shores”
Marcus Warner, “Ends of the Earth”
Reign Pagaran, “Distant Voyager”

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