If you are unfamiliar with the Fermi Paradox, then you are probably living a normal life like everyone else in the world instead of what us UFO weirdos do, namely read UFO stuff and bash each other over the heads on Reddit arguing about UFO stuff. In brief, the Fermi Paradox essentially goes like this:
According to (insert far more mathematics than I can understand. I failed simple geometry in high school. Our class was the shape of a square, though, I do remember that…or was it a rhombus?) then the universe should be teeming with more aliens than the amount of virus encrusted boogers in a daycare center.
In other words…there should be so many aliens around that we should have seen them by now, but no matter where we look in space we see no aliens. Therefore (maybe some more math here?) no aliens…? Well, batten down your tinfoil hats because this video lays out 10 unsettling reasons why we might not have seen, met, or had brunch with aliens. Believe it or not, it’s not Trump’s fault. Maybe that will be mentioned in the sequel.