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Friday, May 24, 2024

Fermi Paradox, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and Inflation All Resolved by Collapsing Universe

The collapsing universe synchronizes the same epoch of carbon life that is only about a billion years old for the whole universe. Unlike the ever-expanding universe with a 13 byr epoch of carbon life, the collapsing universe epoch of carbon life only began about 1 billion years ago not only for us, but also for the entire universe. Carbon life only became possible when the speed of light along with the fine-structure and Planck constants all increased to make carbon life possible. The forces of nature derive from the universe collapse and this limits the epoch of carbon life to just the past 1.0 byrs as well as the future 3.2 byrs as the figure shows.

Thus, the collapsing universe synchronizes all carbon life in the universe to this same epoch and so any very distant intelligent life simply has not existed long enough to communicate over the vast expanse of the collapsing universe. Therefore, there is no Fermi paradox...

In fact, there are three more observations about the nature of the universe that have no explanation in addition to the Fermi paradox: dark matter, dark energy, and inflation. The limited time for carbon life resolves the Fermi paradox and the nature of matter collapse also does away with the need for dark energy, dark matter, and inflation. The universe collapse then resolves all four of these heretofore unexplained observations.