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  • 6. mai 2015

  • Universet er utrolig stort - milliarder av stjerner og enda flere planeter. så... det må være liv der ute, ikke sant? Men hvor finnes det? Hvorfor ser vi ikke romvesener? Hvor er de? Og enda viktigere, hva forteller dette oss om vår egen skjebne i dette gigantiske og skumle universet? Videoer forklarer ting. Som evolusjonen, tid, verdensrommet, verdens energibehov eller vår egen eksistens i dette rare universet. Vi er et team av designere, journalister og musikere som ønsker å gjøre vitenskap vakkert. Fordi det er vakkert. Få musikken fra videoen her: https://soundcloud.com/epicmountain/f... https://epicmountainmusic.bandcamp.co... http://www.epic-mountain.com For mer informasjon, ta en titt på WAIT BUT WHY (vent, men hvorfor) artikler om Fermis paradokset på: http://waitbutwhy.com/2014/05/fermi-p... Besøk vår nettside, Twitter, Facebook, Patreon eller Behance for å si hei! http://kurzgesagt.org https://www.facebook.com/Kurzgesagt https://twitter.com/Kurz_Gesagt http://www.patreon.com/Kurzgesagt http://www.behance.net/Kurzgesagt

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  • Chris Hansen
    Chris Hansen For 1 år siden

    If we become the first type 3 civilization then someone’s gotta build some pyramids on another planet as a funny joke

  • Stormboxer
    Stormboxer For 2 md. siden

    These aliens are probably so advanced that they can’t bother with our primitive minds. It makes me sad I will never get to see the future of humanity. Will we evolve to be smarter? Will we kill each other? Or will we colonize the stars? I don’t know, I’ll just die here in the meme era.

  • Rico [Brawlstars]
    Rico [Brawlstars] For 3 md. siden

    "The smallest thing in the universe is

  • Ronak Bhadarka
    Ronak Bhadarka For 2 md. siden (redigert)

    Me: Are we alone?

  • zorohibiki
    zorohibiki For 1 md. siden

    i remember reading a science fiction short story about a guy working in a radio telescope that one day receives an extraterrestial signal

  • S C
    S C For 11 md. siden

    Aliens don't come to earth because it has only one star reviews

  • Michel Verheughe
    Michel Verheughe For 2 md. siden

    On the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much - the wheel, New York, wars and so on - whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man - for precisely the same reasons.

  • Soren :D
    Soren :D For 1 md. siden

    Humans: The Fermi Paradox

  • Fauzia Shaikh
    Fauzia Shaikh For 2 md. siden (redigert)

    ... We could colonise the entire galaxy in two million years

  • Chøcolate_Chip ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

    Imagine, if there’s a galaxy, where everyone has their own planets where they live on and care for.

  • unidentified troll
    unidentified troll For 4 år siden

    i came for answers, and left with more questions

  • hornysatanサタン
    hornysatanサタン For 2 md. siden

    I feel very sad when I realize that I was born in such an advanced generation, but at the same time so poor in knowledge about the immensity of the universe. To think that we are alone in the universe, or that I will never know the meaning of all this before I die causes despair, almost panic.

  • ukaT xuN
    ukaT xuN For 2 uker siden

    “Are we the only living things in the entire universe?”

  • By Legions Hand
    By Legions Hand For 3 md. siden

    Ever since I was a child I believed that the probability of us being the only 'smart' life form in the universe is 0. There HAS to be some planet somewhere even in the far reaches of the ever expanding universe where there are other life forms. I just cannot imagine that with those nearly infinite different planets and infinite different conditions Earth is the only place where life would exist.

  • Corndog Requiem
    Corndog Requiem For 2 md. siden

    I'm kind of happy we're all gonna die on this big, polluted rock. Good knowing y'all.

  • Jessica Evans
    Jessica Evans For 1 md. siden

    You're wrong, the last words of any advanced civilization would be "Oh S***!!!!"

  • James Lim
    James Lim For 2 md. siden

    "because things exploded a lot"

  • DrCryptidz
    DrCryptidz For 1 dag siden

    Everybody: hmmm? Where are the aliens?

  • TheFirehands150
    TheFirehands150 For 3 md. siden

    One of my favorite horror stories is the one where Earth sends a message out to space saying, "Is anyone out there?"