View Full Version : 100,000 Galaxies, and No Obvious Signs of Life

2015-Apr-20, 03:40 PM
Beam us up, Scotty. There’s no signs of intelligent life out there. At least, no obvious signs, according to a recent survey performed by researchers at Penn State University. After reviewing data taken by the NASA Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) space telescope of over 100,000 galaxies, there appears to be little evidence that advanced, […]

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2015-Apr-20, 06:18 PM
Or maybe all this Kardashev scale is just inept ! Why should Evolved civilizations grow bigger and bigger just like bacterial colonies ? To what aim ? Because they cannot control their reproduction ? If so they are not evolved and have no future !

2015-Apr-20, 09:25 PM
The Dyson Sphere concept always seemed a bit too over the top sci-fi (even for me) much less as a viable survival alternative.

2015-Apr-20, 09:47 PM
Difficult for me to accept the 'no obvious signs' argument when we've barely even learned how to search or what to search for, and given the tech to search is in its infancy at best.

2015-Apr-25, 07:03 PM
Hey--this way there is nothing to stop us on the way to FOUNDATION