OK so why not? Everyone has a theory on Aliens right? Why shouldn't I prostrate myself to the world-wide peep's to get what's coming to me. I have an idea as to why we haven't detected any super-advanced race of aliens, and - my theory is it comes down the fabric of the cosmos itself.

Let's look at the somewhat recent news of the Higgs Boson. I'm sure you've heard of it - the "God" particle as it were. Basically this is the fundamental particle that gives mass to all Fermions in the Universe (you and me). There was a dark-side to that news, and has to do with the stability of space-time itself. You see from the below graph -- the weight of the Higgs in terms of Electron Volts in relation to the mass of the Top Quark has implications to the overall stability of the Universe we live in. - And it ain't good.

What you see here is a plot of the probable Higgs Mass (to uncertainty) to the probable Top Quark Mass. The red area would be universes that would immediately (or almost immediately) tear themselves apart. The green area is where you want to be. Nice Stable space - unfortunately - that is Not where we are. We're in that pee-yellow section of the graph which indicates less-than-positive things. Actually it indicates that we live in a Quasi-Stable universe.

What's that mean? It means at any point now (but likely in the next 1 Billion years) All of Space and Time will tear themselves apart by a process of 'bubble nucleation' where a small area of lower-energy space-time 'tunnels' itself into existence and then expands at the speed of light to change all the laws of physics (dramatically increasing the mass of fermions such as you and me). This is not good for anyone living in this Universe.

So -- back to Fermi Paradox. Which is to answer the question - "if there are so many Aliens out there, then where are they?" IE we should have seen evidence of super-advanced cultures given the age of the universe, if they existed Not...So...Fast my dear Fermi. If I may -

Applying some logic and some recently gleaned information about said cosmos you would have to be completely crazy to stick around in a universe that may, without any warning annihilate you and your entire world(s). Lets talk about the Type II and Type III theoretical civilizations that may be out there. If you have the power to control the entire output of a star or an entire galaxy + then chances are you're looking for an escape route.

There are many main-stream scientists out there who believe in the Multiverse, that is, that there are other parallel universes out there (very very many according to some). Some of which have similar laws of physics to our own, some of which have very different ones.

So lets connect the dots. The reason why we have not seen other very advanced civilizations come through our backyard is because they all inevitably understand that the physical universe we live in is quasi-stable. Therefore once any civilization is advanced enough - they spend their resources to find ways to 'exit' this universe to something a little more 'reliable'. That's my solution The reason we don't see anyone is because they have all "abandoned ship." -- Leaving us type 0 civilizations to the whims of quantum mechanics.

Tommy

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OK so why not? Everyone has a theory on Aliens right? Why shouldn't I prostrate myself to the world-wide peep's to get what's coming to me. I have an idea as to why we haven't detected any super-advanced race of aliens, and - my theory is it comes down the fabric of the cosmos itself.

Let's look at the somewhat recent news of the Higgs Boson. I'm sure you've heard of it - the "God" particle as it were. Basically this is the fundamental particle that gives mass to all Fermions in the Universe (you and me). There was a dark-side to that news, and has to do with the stability of space-time itself. You see from the below graph -- the weight of the Higgs in terms of Electron Volts in relation to the mass of the Top Quark has implications to the overall stability of the Universe we live in. - And it ain't good.

What you see here is a plot of the probable Higgs Mass (to uncertainty) to the probable Top Quark Mass. The red area would be universes that would immediately (or almost immediately) tear themselves apart. The green area is where you want to be. Nice Stable space - unfortunately - that is Not where we are. We're in that pee-yellow section of the graph which indicates less-than-positive things. Actually it indicates that we live in a Quasi-Stable universe.

What's that mean? It means at any point now (but likely in the next 1 Billion years) All of Space and Time will tear themselves apart by a process of 'bubble nucleation' where a small area of lower-energy space-time 'tunnels' itself into existence and then expands at the speed of light to change all the laws of physics (dramatically increasing the mass of fermions such as you and me). This is not good for anyone living in this Universe.

So -- back to Fermi Paradox. Which is to answer the question - "if there are so many Aliens out there, then where are they?" IE we should have seen evidence of super-advanced cultures given the age of the universe, if they existed Not...So...Fast my dear Fermi. If I may -

Applying some logic and some recently gleaned information about said cosmos you would have to be completely crazy to stick around in a universe that may, without any warning annihilate you and your entire world(s). Lets talk about the Type II and Type III theoretical civilizations that may be out there. If you have the power to control the entire output of a star or an entire galaxy + then chances are you're looking for an escape route.

There are many main-stream scientists out there who believe in the Multiverse, that is, that there are other parallel universes out there (very very many according to some). Some of which have similar laws of physics to our own, some of which have very different ones.

So lets connect the dots. The reason why we have not seen other very advanced civilizations come through our backyard is because they all inevitably understand that the physical universe we live in is quasi-stable. Therefore once any civilization is advanced enough - they spend their resources to find ways to 'exit' this universe to something a little more 'reliable'. That's my solution The reason we don't see anyone is because they have all "abandoned ship." -- Leaving us type 0 civilizations to the whims of quantum mechanics.

Tommy