I read a rather interesting story concerning intelligent life
And I think I should post it here since, I really really enjoyed it.
He lived during 1901 and 1954 made a lot of breakthroughs in modern physics (the only thing I remember from school though was the Fermi Level of ferrite metals — more here)
But this is irrelevant to what he said when he looked at the stars:
Where is Everybody?
His point exactly. Based on many assumptions and theories, a simple paradox appears. We cannot see anyone apart from us in the universe (although our observation scope is rather small).
But according to this article, there is a high chance that some other life form ahead of us in technology and advancement that has colonized half his galaxy (which eventually must and will be visible? from us). This is explained thoroughly in the blog post.
But more on those thoughts to the following link :
What I also liked, and personally believe in part
is the saying by Oxford University philosopher Nick Bostrom that “no news – is good news” .
Credit to P.K. – from the website : www.waitbutwhy.com