Episode One Hundred And Ten – Good news; I have solved the Fermi Paradox. Bad news…

Good News; I Have Solved The Fermi Paradox - Bad News: I Have Solved The Fermi Paradox

We are living in a detailed and exacting simulation of the most boring possible universe.
Once you know that, can you reach outside the simulated environment to other environments? Or maybe to the people who are doing the simulations?
Alternatively, can you hack your own simulation?

The reason that our part of the universe looks like it does is that we live in a heritage cluster with a strong & boring Galactic Home Owners Association, who really aren’t prepared for what Humanity is going to be like as a neighbor.

Dinosaurs, as a species, guarantee their own discontinuous existence by being constantly recreated by races who come along after they die out.

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2 thoughts on “Episode One Hundred And Ten – Good news; I have solved the Fermi Paradox. Bad news…

  1. John H Reiher says:

    I did a quick google and found on Steam, Weebs in Space…

    Obligatory game pitch:
    Tis a pity she’s the Queen…

  2. Ben says:

    Heh, it looks like a Workshop page with an unhealthy number of mods for injecting animu girls into your Stellaris 4X game.

    Appropriate.

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