When SETI Succeeds

We have a link to the Washington-based foundation for the future on our site, originally related to Arthur Jensen being awarded the Kistler prize.

Rocketplane-Kistler is one of the companies competing in the private space industry, offering an independent launch platform.

In perusing their site, I noticed this document - dating back to 2000, but interesting nonetheless. It's titled "When Seti Succeeds: the Impact of High Information Contact"

It's a series of scientific aticles on astrobiology, sociological, and societal impact of such an event, and speculates as to what shape it might take.

Among them a Dyson sphere, a probe, and other possibilities. Fascinating.

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