“Absence of concrete evidence? ABSENCE OF CONCRETE EVIDENCE?! This is a case of what humans call the invincible ignorance fallacy.”
Milky Way Galaxy – The Fermi Paradox, named after Earthling physicist Enrico Fermi, posits that the large number of stars in the universe and the likelihood of Earth-like planets suggests that extraterrestrial civilizations should have made contact with Earth by now. However, the paradox suggests that the absence of any concrete evidence for extraterrestrial life has led many to question the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations. “Absence of concrete evidence? ABSENCE OF CONCRETE EVIDENCE?! This is a case of what humans call the invincible ignorance fallacy.” says Dr. Galbip Baxala, an extraterrestrial from the Beta Sector, Taiza System.
Dr. Baxala has recently published a book entitled Saving Earth From Itself: A Case for Intervention. He sat down with us to tell us about his new book. “First of all, we’ve hovered fleets of spaceships over metropolis cities, slow-flew single ships over townships, and literally landed in Earthling’s backyards. Do they acknowledge us? No. So members of the Alien Watcher’s Union have made direct contact with Earthlings – they get out of their ships and literally have face to face meetings with Earthlings. Is that enough? No. So the AWU contact the governments directly, and what do the governments do? They go on as though no contact was made at all. The 4.8 trillion extraterrestrials who have also enjoyed The Simpsons as much as I have for 34 seasons will tell you that Earth is facing major climate catastrophes, and if Earth ends, so does The Simpsons. We have to act now. Save Earth, save The Simpsons.”
"By our estimates, about 50% of Earth’s population now believes in the existence of extraterrestrial life, which is the projected numbers for where they should be at this time in their social evolution."
Ambassador Sudaain who is a representative of the Alien Watcher’s Union (AWU) and works in the Social Engineering Division, responded to our call about Dr. Baxala’s recent book and comments. She told us, “Dr. Baxala is missing facts. By our estimates, about 50% of Earth’s population now believes in the existence of extraterrestrial life, which is the projected numbers for where they should be at this time in their social evolution. While the AWU’s job is to assist upcoming species as they approach the space era, we have to do so in a way that is fitted to their unique circumstances. Earthlings have not yet discovered quantum entanglement communication or faster-than-light travel, both of which are tied to similar mathematics and physics discoveries, and until they do, many will simply believe such technologies are impossible. Also, we have to consider that cultural and religious ideologies clash with the idea of extraterrestrial life. Earthlings have a tendency to reject anything unfamiliar. And the governments of Earth have a vested interest in preserving the order and wellbeing of societies, and disclosure would destabilize their power.”
Ambassador Sudaain concluded, “Our social engineering program is the best design possible. It affords Earthlings the greatest autonomy to self-direct. In some cases, we can make direct contact, but typical best-practice is to provide many with experiences where a species has the freedom to fall into the safety of denial if they aren’t ready. I think the last 5 seasons of The Simpsons have been peak Simpsons, but we do not consider direct intervention a current option. Remember what happened to the Mozlarmoks.”
For readers who are unfamiliar, The Great Mozlarmok Isolation was an event that happened 12 million years ago. Mozlarmoks are a lizard-like species who, at the time, faced extinction due to self-inflicted climate change on their planet. The Alien Watcher’s Union attempted an early intervention, which was successful. The planet was saved, and the Mozlarmoks were welcomed into the Galactic community premature to their reaching the space era themselves. However, nearly the entire species formed an unhealthy relationship with the intervening extraterrestrial organization, revering them as Gods. When the AWU kindly rejected the unhealthy inter-species dynamic, the Mozlarmoks became ashamed of their inability to solve their own problems in a cosmos largely filled with other successful species, and isolated themselves to their star system.
While some Earthlings may continue to deny the existence of extraterrestrial life, it seems that the AWU are doing their job, slowly but surely making our presence known. Who knows what the future holds for Earth – all we can do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.