Scientists say the odds are good that other planets in our vast universe host intelligent life. But, as Charles Krauthammer notes in his latest column, we have found no evidence that that life is indeed out there.

It’s called the Fermi Paradox, after the great physicist who once asked, “Where iseverybody?” Or as was once elaborated: “All our logic, all our anti- isocentrism, assures us that we are not unique — that they mustbe there. And yet we do not see them.”

What do you think? Are we all alone here on Earth? If not, will we ever make contact with extraterrestrial species? Vote below and explain your vote in the comments.

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