X-Message-Number: 21649
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 16:00:50 EDT
Subject: Re: CryoNet #21635  Other civilizations

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Fom Thomas Donaldson;

> Even the idea presented by Morgan remains
> irrelevant to any technological singularity: if we discover other
> universes, and means to get to them and/or exploit them, whether
> we do it slowly or take several hundred years would not matter.

Assume we find some other dimensions/space/Universe, Well we could expand in 
them but there could be some civilizations here not found in our original 
space. If we can go here, why can't they come in our dimensions/space/...? In 
brief, if you assume more room elsewhere, that don't solve the density 
problem, more room yes, but that implies more civilizations.  The rule would 
break if more room is found in some artificial space.

Yvan Bozzonetti.


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