Welcome. This blog is about ETIs and the question of why Earth has not been contacted by them. This is know as the Fermi Paradox and I have combined a scientific and religious argument to explain the Paradox.
Given the existence of Earth civilization and the size of the universe, the likelihood of at least one ETI is undeniable. Science’s ability to understand, predict, and measure is lacking in this area. I have three models of ETI prediction, specifically ETI, UETI and UETI-ism.
The pages are as follows:
- A SETI Allegory is an allegory about the current efforts at SETI, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence , to illustrate why no ETIs have been observed.
- Calculating the Number of ETIs establishes the near certainty of ETIs with a new model for predicting the number of ETIs, expanded in scope to include all ETIs in the universe. If the math is unfamiliar just read the the Analysis and Conclusion sections
- The UETI Model tries to illustrate the heart of my arguments – an ETI development model called UETI, Ultimate Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence. It is presented as a way to predict ETI behaviors. It is optimistically slanted where the Great Filter is pessimistic.
- Definition of UETI-ism is the definition of my religion I have called UETI-ism. This religion is based on the earlier UETI model and my own personal beliefs. I’ve attempted to establish a religion that does not violate scientific laws and principles, as with Scientific Deism, but still incorporates the best of Theism.
- On the Possibility of Heaven is just for fun. It is a design for a space habitat used to turn dead mortals into immortal beings. I have named the habitat “Heaven.”
I ask the reader, can a scientist believe in God? My answer is an emphatic yes, as long as we define what we mean by God. Let me know what you think in the comments below.
I will not edit comments, other than filtering out any cursing. Derogatory and bullying comments will also be rejected.
My blog is made up of pages rather than posts and are best read from first to last.