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SETI Assumes ET Doesnot Care About Can Being Detected What If

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Posted by Bob L. Petersen on June 9, 2005 18:16:46 UTC

SETI Assumes ET Doesnot Care About Can Being Detected What If


My search on how to go undetected in space and SETI Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence SETI. Who you are effects who you might see as being out there. Like I said I wanted to sneak away what if ET just wanted to be left alone. Then other possiblities.

Sad note I thought I'd put in a raging paranoid race would not blindly send radio waves out into space. He would be worse then Bob just wanting to be alone in space. SETI maybe they could get a can of .......

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Bob L. Petersen

Space is where I want to be

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Search for a home. Still on leaving and still wanting to be able to move on lead to one choice, for both place and vehicle.

Solar System: Where To Live In Space Moon Venaus Mars Asteroid Belt

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SETI Assumes ET Doesnot Care About Can Being Detected What If

Space is where I want to be

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