What if we’re alone in the universe?

What if we’re it?

By that, I mean the only intelligent life, possibly only life, in the observable universe?

By “us” I mean life on earth.

After all, from the smallest bacteria to the biggest blue whale, all life on earth is linked to a common ancestor that separated itself from mindless goo millions upon millions of years ago.

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Weirdo who writes futurist-tinged columns about technology and science’s impact on society by night. Unfortunately, 2020 compels me to do politics too.

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Joseph R. Price

Joseph R. Price

Weirdo who writes futurist-tinged columns about technology and science’s impact on society by night. Unfortunately, 2020 compels me to do politics too.

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