> You forget, negative results count in science too. Even if Seti@Home
> firmly establishes that all the radio noise on whatever frequencies
> they're scanning is meaningless noise, this at least gives us some firm
> lower bounds regarding the probable distribution of technological
No way, they can't even draw this conclusion. They make the unbelieveable assumption that any similarly or more advanced civilisation will be using radio waves on a large scale (Like us). I'd like to know why everyone's so sure of the characteristics of entities we know squat about.
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