A Stranger Universe: Our Bias Affects Our Theories for Extraterrestrials

I take issue with think pieces that use scare mongering and bias when it comes to thinking about the possibility for extraterrestrial life. Keep in mind I’m a science fiction writer with a science background, but also I have common sense.

The idea that “oh, we haven’t found anything because maybe potential alien species killed everything and…

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J. Dianne Dotson is a science fiction and fantasy author, science and content writer, and watercolorist. Learn more at jdiannedotson.com. @jdiannedotson

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J. Dianne Dotson

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J. Dianne Dotson is a science fiction and fantasy author, science and content writer, and watercolorist. Learn more at jdiannedotson.com. @jdiannedotson

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