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Re: starship-design: Re: Aliens

In a message dated 7/4/97 12:05:28 PM, TLG.van.der.Linden@tip.nl (Timothy van
der Linden) wrote:

>Kelly wrote:
>>This leads back to the bigger SETI problem.  If their were any star
>>civilizations; and if they went out, colonized/explored, and set out for
>>next stars.  If the average 'wavefrount' of their exploreres moved at
>>light speed.  They could cross the galaxy in a million years.  Given they
>>should have had billions of years to get here, and even slight
>>biocontamination should leave noticable traces (their arn't any) then where
>>the hell is everybody?!
>Why do you think the dinosaurs died out? Indeed biocontamination. The aliens
>tried to clean up most of the carcasses, that's why we find so few of them.
>Most of the small critters survived, because they usually have more and
>faster offspring and can thus adapt faster to such disasters.
>And you also know that many are abducted by aliens for genetic experiments.
>They are trying to match both our biologies.
>Wow, it sounds so logical ;)

Tighter then the garbage the UFO buffs are buying.

Kelly  ;)