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Re: The Drake Equation

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Posted by Randel Bader on September 7, 1999 03:30:02 UTC

Must you see in order to believe?If you could believe only half of what you actually see,which half would you believe.I met an alien in New Mexico,but

: : : : 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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