Three Penn State researchers created a framework for determining how much of the universe we’ve looked at for signs of alien life.
A new report from researchers at the Future of Humanity Institute reworked the Drake equation to include scientific uncertainty and found there’s a pretty good chance we’re the only intelligent life in the universe.
We will never have more than a few seconds to understand or even notice our millions of neighbors.
The Munich-based animation studio Kurz Gesagt takes a shot at solving the Fermi paradox.
An Alien Fleet of Self-Replicating Probes Could Have Already Scoured the Milky Way, Mathematicians Say
They might even still be here.