> Max M wrote:
> > > From: Michael Lorrey
> > > Personally, I don't know. I do know of the things I saw when I was in
> > > the Air Force that I still can't talk about. Given that all of the
> > > in our region of the galaxy are relatively the same age, I would give
> > > a 50% chance that we've been visited in the past or will be visited
> > > within the next 100 years.
> > I didn't make an argument about whether we have, or will be, visited. I
> > simply tried to say that if anybody was able to visit us thru space,
> > would probably be able to do so without us detecting them in any way.
> There are physical limits to stealth capability. Any "Stealth" vehicle
> can still be seen by radar from a certain range of angles.
What about a nanomachine the size of a speck of sand covered in teflon
being dropped into the atmosphere at low speed?
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