I started writing a series of articles for Universe Today that examined the Fermi Paradox. For those who are not familiar, this refers to the contradiction that was observed by famed Italian-American physicist Enrico Fermi. This contradiction can be summarized as “if life is statistically so likely in the Universe, why haven’t we found any evidence of it yet?”

Or, if you prefer the short version, it can be summarized as:

“Where is Everybody?”

In the past, I’ve had the chance to summarize some of the many proposed resolutions that this question and paradox have inspired over the years. But never before have I been able to dig into any one of these proposed resolutions on their own. And it’s been pretty fun so far!

Feel free to have a look at all the installments I’ve made so far. I will be updating the list as it gets closer to completion, or if I just decide to add more installments.