posted by RRRGroup at
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Rich, my favorite sci-fi novel is Patrick Tilley's "Fade-Out" from 1975. It has some elements of the article within but is mostly just a great story (the Cold War theme is dated, but that's its only knock). Worth tracking down if you haven't already.
By Ron, at Wednesday, March 16, 2016
The novel is listed at Amazon, for $.01 (yes, a penny) on up.(I've grabbed a few penny books, with $3.99 shipping and they are not bad.)RR
By RRRGroup, at Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Will they come in peace? Maybe we should continue asking if they've came at all, though I think the A.I. probe(s) theory has merit. Yet...my misgivings still center around the lack of physical evidence from an archaeological stand-point.IF A.I. probes are the answer, where is the tangible evidence? Catastrophic failures would have happen leaving behind evidence to be uncovered centuries or millennia later. Nothing mechanical/electrical/biological has 100 percent life-cycle reliability.The vastness of our galaxy, let alone, the universe, makes such a reality astronomical. Which you yourself have stated on countless times.As far as our own march/sprint towards A.I., this I agree with as such is being discussed within the main stream media and scientific journals.
By Tim Hebert, at Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Yes, Tim....The remoteness of Earth weighs against alien visitation, and the sheer number of alleged UFO sightings also.Visitations from time or other dimensions might be viable but, that too is iffy.However, the possibility of self-repairable A I entities should be considered, especially if an advanced civilization had mastered technology for such a thing.....consider the Krell (Forbidden Planet).If we don't have AI or alien visitation, what are we left with, human madness (insanity) over the millennia?Yes, I know, that is a real possibility and maybe even a probability.RR
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