Albeit his video is not about Fermi's paradox, Isaac Arthur wonders about alien civilizations going extinct as a reason for the silence that surrounds us, theorises as to where their remains could be found, and what we could learn from their collapse. He also raises some very interesting ethical questions.
Continuing our look at possible alien civilizations, we examine extinct alien civilizations and the possibly of finding them and exploring their ruins to learn about them. We will also contemplate the possibility of bringing them back, and the conundrums that raises.
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