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Absolutely Anything

 

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The Fermi paradox puts into words one of the common considerations someone might have regarding the presence of alien life: if they’re out there, why haven’t we directly interacted with them? Much debate can be had over the nuances of the topic, but one of the most interesting and amusing rebuttals to the thought exercise boils down to, simply, “Why would they?”, as if humanity’s so insignificant in comparison to their advanced way of being that we may not be worth their time or effort. In a roundabout way, Absolutely Anything plays around with the idea of the Fermi paradox, making a collective of aliens so ambivalent of other planets and species that they simply decide whether to annihilate other lifeforms, after they stumble onto a…Read the entire review


Source: DVD Talk

By Max Schindler