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Comment: Re:Fermi Paradox anyone?? (Score 5, Interesting) 454

by therealgabacho (#31477506) Attached to: SETI Is 50 Years Old; No Sign of ET
Is it possible that we're one of the first planets to evolve advanced technology? Maybe someone can better explain the math to me. Universe is apx 14 billion years old. The sun, approximately at mid-life is 4 billion years old. Creation of heavy (including organic) elements requires supernova of massive stars at the end of their life. It seems like there can't have been that many generations of suns before the formation of our planet. Is my math crazy?

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