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SETI = Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence

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The SETI-project  has involved scientist from the whole world in the search for signs of alien civilizations in the universe.
They have done calculations on the probability for planets like our own to exist. The Drakes equation.
SETI is mainly focused on using radiotelescopes, trying to find any signs of communication between alien civilizations.
But they also spend some time on theoretical work and programming. And some work on optical laser communication.
So far they have found nothing, and perhaps you know why ?


The radio window

SETI receive and analyze only some selected frequencies, most probable of being used for communication. Because the earth's atmosphere is transparent to only a portion of the entire radio bandwidth.  And interstellar clouds of gas between the stars also blocks some frequencies from passing through. Because the molecules in the clouds absorbs radio energy. The same is true to the atmosphere of alien earth like planets.


The Drake equation

Was a first fast attempt to calculate the existence of alien civilizations with a mathematics equation.
It was mainly intended as something to show at a meeting between scientists and other people. But has since then grown in importance.

Frank Drake formulated his equation in 1960 in preparation for the Green Bank meeting. This meeting, held at Green_Bank,_West_Virginia established SETI as a scientific discipline. The historic meeting brought together leading astronomers, physicists, biologists, social scientists, and industry leaders to discuss the possibility of detecting intelligent life among the stars.

The  equation is near completely useless because of the unknown values of some of the parameters in the equation.
It won't give any exact number of alien civilizations, but has forced some progress in theoretical analysis of the matter.

Dr. Frank Drake, now Professor Emeritus of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz


The Fermi paradox

Italian physicist Enrico Fermi suggested in the 1950s that if technologically advanced civilizations are common in the universe, then they should be detectable in one way or another. (According to those who were there, Fermi either asked "Where are they?" or "Where is everybody?")
Because they should have been here long ago, already, if the equations are correct.

The Fermi paradox can be stated more completely as follows:
The size and age of the universe incline us to believe that many technologically advanced civilizations must exist. However, this belief seems logically inconsistent with our lack of observational evidence to support it. Either :
(1) the initial assumption is incorrect and technologically advanced intelligent life is much rarer than we believe, or
(2) our current observations are incomplete and we simply have not detected them yet, or
(3) our search methodologies are flawed and we are not searching for the correct indicators.


And the truth is (3)
The aliens have been here for thousands of years already, and they don't use radios.
But instead quantum physics, and they are responsible for intuition, subconsciousness, hearing voices, demons, Gods, religion . . .

Early 21st century humans have no means of knowing how a superior technology is communicating or would communicate. Negative results may simply mean humans are making the wrong searches.

The truth is that the aliens have invented a new tool for communication, and SETI is on the wrong track if they focus too much work on radios.


See links for more information about SETI, the Drake equation, and the Fermi paradox.




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