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Finding Intelligent Life Could Be The Worst Thing Ever, But Not For The Reasons You Think

Aliens. As long as they don't want to destroy or enslave us, or harvest our brain juices, why would discovering intelligent life mean terrible things for humanity? Well, as this Kurzgesagt video explains, it would suggest the Great Filter -- a cataclysmic barrier that prevents complex life from leaving its home planet -- is ahead, rather than behind us. More »      
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