a             
       fermi's paradox      
                          
                                          
 there's too little apparent life  in the 
         universe         
         omega point        
         it'-a       
                                          
                  ther                  
   there's probably a point   
 (they tell me  so; the  ones i  talk to, 
 the   ones   untouched  by   our  mortal 
                emptiness)                
                                          
 there's probably a point  where  we  try 
 too much. the fey are curious  like  us, 
 or  mor a "killer fact",  something 
 that  a species that  isn't curious will 
                never find                
                                          
 but  something  that  a  species that is 
 curious is bound  (in the fey sense)  to 
                  explore                 
                                          
 the keyword here  is safety margin - 
 it will  look like  any other force,  it 
 will fit in the puzzle, safe to  bend  - 
 but  it wont  be,  and  the  second they 
                  try...                  
                                          
            and sot             
 hey  look at us and our planet and  they 
                 lauh                  
 ause we're next...