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Re: The Drake Equation

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Posted by R.T./">R.T. on August 28, 1999 23:07:55 UTC

: How many here are familiar with the Drake equation?

: It is explained at:

: http://www.flash.net/~shooper1/projects/drake.html

: : I personally have never seen a UFO or ET. This does not however in any way cause me to postulate that they cannot exist. Probability would seem to demand otherwise. I would think it foolish to insist that their existence could not be so, even in the absence (in my case) of any direct evidence.

: Does anyone here have any comments on the drake equation itself?

Its certain that the Drake equation is perfectly logical and CAN'T be wrong. 'Flatlanders' would think otherwise... The equation not only applies to non terrestrail life/intelligence but applies to logical thinking on ol' mother Earth as well. I firmly believe that nature follows the same rule for everything and all answers can be found right here right now...

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