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3 minutes ago, Augie said:

 

Awesome! We are making progress. I think he has gone from impossible to inconsequential. Now we just need to decide who determines what is inconsequential. I think reality is consequential, so he probably won’t vote for me as arbitrator. 

Also an important moment in that video is at around 4:40 that yellow dot is the extant radio transmissions of Earth have traveled Aliens not being in range or us not being in range of Alien radio transmission doesn't seem all that unlikely considering how ridiculously small that dot is.

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2 minutes ago, Warcodered said:

Also an important moment in that video is at around 4:40 that yellow dot is the extant radio transmissions of Earth have traveled Aliens not being in range or us not being in range of Alien radio transmission doesn't seem all that unlikely considering how ridiculously small that dot is.

Try thinking from multiple points of view, not just one.

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3 minutes ago, 4merper4mer said:

Try thinking from multiple points of view, not just one.

 

6 minutes ago, Warcodered said:

Also an important moment in that video is at around 4:40 that yellow dot is the extant radio transmissions of Earth have traveled Aliens not being in range or us not being in range of Alien radio transmission doesn't seem all that unlikely considering how ridiculously small that dot is.

I'm beginning to question your math.

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1 minute ago, Warcodered said:

 

I'm beginning to question your math.

Think.

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Just now, 4merper4mer said:

Think.

Type, I'm not going to read your damn mind, if you have a point state it.

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1 minute ago, Warcodered said:

Type, I'm not going to read your damn mind, if you have a point state it.

Dude I'm not asking you to read my mind.  Go back a page or so and watch the Kurzweil video.

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14 minutes ago, 4merper4mer said:

Dude I'm not asking you to read my mind.  Go back a page or so and watch the Kurzweil video.

Yeah so I watched the video where Kurzweil a computer scientist he makes a ***** load of assumptions. He says what that with a million year head start an alien civilization will of expanded across it's galaxy(just how fast does he think they'd be breeding?), but so what that's one galaxy the video I showed you showed exactly how small a single galaxy is the order of magnitude increased dramatically many times across that video after it reaches the size of a galaxy. Hell he even brings up another point at the end that implies a very significant thing you might be missing, which is what if we're first. It raises so many other questions what if we're second, third, fourth, fifth or hell what if we all started at the same time. He brings up the point that the idea is that half the civilizations are ahead of us and half are behind but that is just a terrible assumption to make. I mean think of it like a bag of marbles if you pick each of them out of the bag and you are seemingly most likely to be picked somewhere in the middle as opposed to the two edges but realistically your just as likely to be picked at any point in the sequence.

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Almost forgot he also briefly mentions the idea that after a certain point a civilization might stop using radio transmissions then quickly brushes it aside saying he's sure they'd still be using some we'd be able to detect. but Let's think about that for a second remember that yellow dot in the video I showed you that's the amount of distance our radio waves have traveled since we started sending them. Surely a civilization that expands to the point of traversing the Galaxy(otherwise known as the rest of the picture with that tiny yellow dot) would be using a more advanced faster form of communication it's just obvious when you think about it. Who talks by mail anymore, who sends runners town to town to spread the news radio signals have every chance of completely dying off as a civilization advances.

 

Some futurist he is.

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2 hours ago, Warcodered said:

Almost forgot he also briefly mentions the idea that after a certain point a civilization might stop using radio transmissions then quickly brushes it aside saying he's sure they'd still be using some we'd be able to detect. but Let's think about that for a second remember that yellow dot in the video I showed you that's the amount of distance our radio waves have traveled since we started sending them. Surely a civilization that expands to the point of traversing the Galaxy(otherwise known as the rest of the picture with that tiny yellow dot) would be using a more advanced faster form of communication it's just obvious when you think about it. Who talks by mail anymore, who sends runners town to town to spread the news radio signals have every chance of completely dying off as a civilization advances.

 

Some futurist he is.

Dude think about what you just wrote.  The yellow dot and the mysteriously advanced technology.  Would this technology magically erase all the previous signals emanating from their origin?

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19 minutes ago, 4merper4mer said:

Dude think about what you just wrote.  The yellow dot and the mysteriously advanced technology.  Would this technology magically erase all the previous signals emanating from their origin?

No but the further away they are the more difficult it is to detect them.

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14 hours ago, Deranged Rhino said:

 

Because of this: 

 

With such an audaciously handsome payoff in mining asteroids, some countries are already offering regulatory and financial incentives. Luxembourg, in 2017, introduced legislation to allow companies with a physical presence in the country to keep any resources they mine from celestial bodies.

 

The U.S. introduced similar legislation in 2015. And beginning this fall, the Colorado School of Mines will begin offering master’s and doctoral degrees in space resources as well as the world’s first graduate program in the subject.

 

You need not think the next step in mining asteroids will be easy, or for that matter, cheap. And there are other concerns to think about. It may be decades before we have the technology in place to actually mine an asteroid, and then we will have to think about who owns the lifeless piece of rock.

 

http://www.digitaljournal.com/tech-and-science/technology/the-race-for-space-is-on-think-asteroid-mining-worth-trillions/article/524405

 

:beer: 

Reminds me of that time Japan landed a probe on an asteroid (like two months ago)

 

They're like...."yeah, we're gonna mine this *****"

 

I wanna get a masters in space resources...

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Warcodered said:
33 minutes ago, 4merper4mer said:

Dude think about what you just wrote.  The yellow dot and the mysteriously advanced technology.  Would this technology magically erase all the previous signals emanating from their origin?

 

No but the further away they are the more difficult it is to detect them.

But lets not get bogged down in that for the moment lets say that Intelligent isn't super common let's even go as far to say there's one per galaxy or hell every other one. So nearest Galaxy is 2 million light years away so at best if we assume we can accurately detect intelligent life radio signals from that far away then we can assume that either there is nothing there, the civilization there hasn't reached the point where its sending out signals(if that's even necessary for intelligent life), or they've reached the point where they are no longer sending detectable signals(dead or advanced to a point where they communicate with a system we can't detect) at least 2 million years ago. Don't forget we're only receiving the signal whether we can detect it or not only for the span of time that they are sending such signals.

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Come on fellas. 

 

This is is supposed to be educational / entertaining.  

 

Play nice. 

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"This is a surprising conclusion," Olson said. "It shows us that conditions on some exoplanets with favorable ocean circulation patterns could be better suited to support life that is more abundant or more active than life on Earth."

 

Exoplanets could have better conditions for life than Earth, study says

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30 minutes ago, Bad Things said:

"This is a surprising conclusion," Olson said. "It shows us that conditions on some exoplanets with favorable ocean circulation patterns could be better suited to support life that is more abundant or more active than life on Earth."

 

Exoplanets could have better conditions for life than Earth, study says

I mean when you think about it in the Earth's own past the environment was different and was capable of supporting life on a massive scale(dinosaurs).

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30 minutes ago, Bad Things said:

"This is a surprising conclusion," Olson said. "It shows us that conditions on some exoplanets with favorable ocean circulation patterns could be better suited to support life that is more abundant or more active than life on Earth."

 

Exoplanets could have better conditions for life than Earth, study says

I imagine that when we get to the point of clearly identifying habitable planets, we'll want to find one that's just on the cusp of habitation. That way we can influence and accelerate the evolution of life on that planet as much as possible to our own benefit.

 

Kind of like the engineers in Prometheus...

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45 minutes ago, LeGOATski said:

I imagine that when we get to the point of clearly identifying habitable planets, we'll want to find one that's just on the cusp of habitation. That way we can influence and accelerate the evolution of life on that planet as much as possible to our own benefit.

 

Kind of like the engineers in Prometheus...

and... how'd that work out? the Covenant wasn't favorable.

 

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36 minutes ago, Foxx said:

and... how'd that work out? the Covenant wasn't favorable.

 

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It's gonna work out perfectly because this is my sci-fi fantasy, not Ridley Scott's. 😁

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On 8/22/2019 at 10:36 PM, 4merper4mer said:

Try thinking from multiple points of view, not just one.

 

Andrew Luck's unexpected retirement means you can redirect your time and energy from that crusade into this one 😛

 

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38 minutes ago, /dev/null said:

 

Andrew Luck's unexpected retirement means you can redirect your time and energy from that crusade into this one 😛

 

Call it a crusade all you want but the truth is the truth.  Luck was good, but was deemed infallible.  There was a gap there.  

 

The UFO/alien thing has similarities but the "gap" is wider because aliens don't exist and the "U" in UFO is only a U for some.  Some are military, some are imagined, some are fake....lots of things.  None are alien.

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https://www.politico.com/story/2019/07/30/navy-mark-walker-ufo-1441105

 

A top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee is seeking more details from the Navy on recent reports of "unidentified aerial phenomenon," including what resources it is using to investigate the mysterious sightings and whether it has "found physical evidence or otherwise" to substantiate them.

 

"Based on pilot accounts, encounters with these UAPs often involved complex flight patterns and advanced maneuvering, which demand extreme advances in quantum mechanics, nuclear science, electromagnetics, and thermodynamics," Rep. Mark Walker of North Carolina, the ranking member of the Intelligence and Counterterrorism Subcommittee, wrote to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer in a newly released letter dated mid-July.

07/30/2019 

Fox News reports (why doesn't Don Believe?)

 

https://www.foxnews.com/category/science/air-and-space/ufos

(I hate when I cant embed video)

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