> This is assuming much about a technological/biological future that is
> very difficult to predict and will become virtually impossible to
> predict as the singularity approaches and passes. Isn't that saying
> something along the lines of since we've never seen something it must
> not be. There is no other life in the universe because they have
> never bothered to come tell us that they are there.
> DO YOU YAHOO!?
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it is also assuming that our particular time will be of sufficient interest to attract a visit, when such visits might be made -for whatever reason(s)- only sparingly