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Message 660446 - Posted: 16 Oct 2007, 7:51:46 UTC

Maybe education maybe liking sciences maybe being smart and what others?
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Message 660463 - Posted: 16 Oct 2007, 8:32:47 UTC - in response to Message 660446.  

Maybe education maybe liking sciences maybe being smart and what others?


Asking ourselves --what would an intelligent civilization do to advertise their presence ?




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Message 661376 - Posted: 17 Oct 2007, 19:29:39 UTC

I don't see how anybody would be able to figure out what we sent to M13 in Hercules in late 1974 (hyperlinked in these forums). And if we sent it only once that's little opportunity for anyone to pick up the signal. We should have sent it thousands, if not billions of times.
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Message 661715 - Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 3:06:50 UTC - in response to Message 660463.  
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Maybe education maybe liking sciences maybe being smart and what others?


Asking ourselves --what would an intelligent civilization do to advertise their presence ?


possibly this absolute silence in the observable universe might does tell something.


I don't see how anybody would be able to figure out what we sent to M13 in Hercules in late 1974 (hyperlinked in these forums). And if we sent it only once that's little opportunity for anyone to pick up the signal. We should have sent it thousands, if not billions of times.


Yes repeated action helps for good result.

If there are possible undiscovered sciences exist we might need to expect totally new ways to achieve all those unimagined results. For example 100 years ago math, mechanics, biology and physics existed at certain stages but todays newer sciences never expected that time but maybe within very limited few researchers' circle.
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