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“The universe is simply too large for there not to be another intelligent civilization out there. Really, the proper question is: ‘How far away is our nearest intelligent neighbor?’ They could be 10 light-years, 100 light-years, a million light-years or more. We have no idea.”

http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-07-22/national/40723210_1_kepler-mission-kepler-data-geoff-marcy

Comments on: "Astronomer uses Kepler telescope’s data in hunt for spacecraft from other worlds" (2)

  1. There is no doubt, that there are many other intelligent civilization in our solar system, without looking as we do- there are many different forms, but there are also forms that look like us, but I am just afraid, that we will not recognize them with our materialistic outlook and acceptance, and who knows, if they want to have contact with our under developed civilization?
    Regarding their distance from us, we have to remember, that distance and time is just a state of mind.

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