Thoughts on Fermi’s Paradox II

Due to governmental cutbacks, SETI has now been trimmed from the expenses at the NSF and Berkeley. Whereas I’m sad to see it on pause (in that a positive result from SETI would be about the most important single advancement of human culture since the development of fire), the program is, at least, still able to run provided sufficient private funds. (In other words, it hasn’t been canceled, it’s merely on hiatus.)

In the previous post on the topic, I had mentioned that I’ve for some time thought that the best thing that we could do to move toward the goal of communicative contact with other intelligent organisms would be to maintain a proactive stance and build a high-powered radio tower on the backside of the moon.

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