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The Crystal SpheresIn a universe filled with habitable worlds why have we had no contact with extraterrestrial intelligence David Brin's The C In this Hugo winning short story David Brin looks back into our modern history to postulate a probable though completely fictional explanation for Fermi Paradox His interesting yet unclear universe includes Crystal Spheres – invisible envelopes around every galaxy Unlike the usual sci fi route of metaphysical arguments Brin’s Crystal Spheres are completely materialistic with seemingly protective intentions – like Kandor in Fortress of Solitude or dust cloud surrounding planet Krikkit in HitchhikersBackground of the story involves futuristic Earth with Interstellar travel and deep space dwellersand Milky Way with ‘broken by accident’ Crystal Sphere What troubles me is the entire breakage of so called gargantuan envelope in one single impact whose physics and existence are completely unfathomable God would have been like ‘I need to shield every universe from each other lets get the most brittle material for that’ Anyway since then humans were on an active SETI mission that ends in one solid clincher unbreakable Crystal Spheres enveloping other universes At the wake of the novella a deep spacer is called for duty on discovery of a broken Crystal Sphere which could be humanity’s First Contact and bright answer to many disappointing frustrated yearsBrins argument actually aligns with the progressive Segan thought aliens exists and the relatively hegemonic yet pessimistic Hart Tipler where are they if they do exist thought Though fascinating and full of imagination story didn’t work well with my rigid mind and source at 10thandnoble

David Brin ½ The Crystal Spheres Pdf

Rystal Spheres offers a fantastic explanation for the Great Silence Instead of being late comers might humanity have come u A sci fi short story that takes place in the far distant future when people don't die and humans have gotten tired of procreating explorers discover a new habitable planet This sparks excitement and the desire to have children again

Ebook The Crystal Spheres

Ebook â The Crystal Spheres ë 24 pages ó David brin ó In a universe filled with habitable worlds why have we had no contact with extraterrestrial intelligence David Brin's The Crystal Spheres offers a fantastic explanation for the Great Silence Instead of being late comers might humanity have come upon the sPon the scene too early This haunting tale was voted one of the most beautiful of the eighties Winner of the 1985 Hugo Awar An intriguing style of writing a uniue setting and an uplifting and surprising ending contrast with a lack of any real story Short and worth reading