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India-bengal

Milaredo wrote:Me imagino que eres de Uruguay

Nice

Post by Milaredo suppressed by Ulymein.

Y YO PENSANDO QUE AQUÍ NADIE HABLABA ESPAÑOL

India-bengal wrote:Nice

r/nice

OCC: I´m From Colombia but I didn´t meet P3blo Escobar

OOC: English is the official language of NationStates. Any other language except when specified in the forums or in the region page is considered spam by the administration.

OOC: Okay I don´t know
But Why?

K

OOC: Text in spanish
Necesito una explicacion, parce

Free falnesia wrote:That is true. My thinking on that we haven't found any complex life yet is due to 2 things:
1. Our scanning/observing technology. Our tech is not yet able to observed the universe in near-present time. What we see is the past after all, and to make it more depressing, the observable area is comparatively tiny to the galaxy as a whole. If there are interstellar species out there, they may as well be outside our tiny observable area, since they probably have tech to reach us by now, if not contact us when we finally begun our effort towards space during the cold war.

2. We may be the earliest, if not the very first advanced species in our galaxy. If one of the Fermi Paradox theory which states that we are the earliest or first advance species is true, what we currently observed on those probable habitable planets which may contain life, we are seeing their past, in which it is on the microbes stages or even much earlier. After all, the closest system to us is already few million light years away, in which we are seeing it in million years in its past.

It's all true... but: the closest system, Alpha Centauri, is only 4.4 light years away though. Maybe you confused system with galaxy?

Still, you're right. We could be the first in our galaxy. And yes, we weren't looking for signs of life that long actually. Only a few decades yet. And only the next generation of telescopes will really be able to analyse the atmospheres of exo planets. I'm looking forward to the James Webb Space Telescope.

Free falnesia

[nation]La Montevideomonte[/nation] OOC:Text in spanish: que te parece si nos enviamos telegramas

Emaha wrote:Yeah, it's all true what you said.
But the habitable zone and water cannot be the only requirements. I guess you already know that but I only feel like pointing that out again. We've already found dozens of planets that are in the habitable zone and could have liquid water. And we only found 4000 exoplanets in total so far with a heavy bias towards larger gas giants orbiting close to their stars. Our techniques mostly detect planets like them.
There must be millions of planets in our galaxy alone that have liquid water on their surfaces.

I think both sides are fearful to me, but also not in a certain way?

Also, another weird thing, if let's say another alien life is hundreds of thousands of light years away. They would only see humanity at a point of its infancy, when we were hunters and gatherers. What if theoretically, alien life searched for intelligent life already, but saw our planet and only thought of us as simple creatures not advanced enough for their liking. So in this sense they would never know of our development into what we are today.

Emaha and Free falnesia

(Spanish-ish) Hóla.

Free falnesia wrote:That is true. My thinking on that we haven't found any complex life yet is due to 2 things:
1. Our scanning/observing technology. Our tech is not yet able to observed the universe in near-present time. What we see is the past after all, and to make it more depressing, the observable area is comparatively tiny to the galaxy as a whole. If there are interstellar species out there, they may as well be outside our tiny observable area, since they probably have tech to reach us by now, if not contact us when we finally begun our effort towards space during the cold war.

2. We may be the earliest, if not the very first advanced species in our galaxy. If one of the Fermi Paradox theory which states that we are the earliest or first advance species is true, what we currently observed on those probable habitable planets which may contain life, we are seeing their past, in which it is on the microbes stages or even much earlier. After all, the closest system to us is already few million light years away, in which we are seeing it in million years in its past.

Earliest civilization, in the middle, or the last civilization? Also, have you heard of the great filter? Do you think we passed the Great Filter or are we about to encounter it?

Free falnesia

Requetespanish: Como te fue en los últimos segundos

Ulymein wrote:I think both sides are fearful to me, but also not in a certain way?

Also, another weird thing, if let's say another alien life is hundreds of thousands of light years away. They would only see humanity at a point of its infancy, when we were hunters and gatherers. What if theoretically, alien life searched for intelligent life already, but saw our planet and only thought of us as simple creatures not advanced enough for their liking. So in this sense they would never know of our development into what we are today.

Yeah. When you're looking into space you look into the past.
But I don't think they could observe our species using telescopes many light years away. Even if they build really huge telescopes. They'd need to come to our solar system to observe us. Yes, it's possible that aliens came and looked around but we don't have any evidence for that.

Free falnesia

Milaredo wrote:[nation]La Montevideomonte[/nation] OOC:Text in spanish: que te parece si nos enviamos telegramas

OOC: Nice Job Idoit (note: intentional typo)

Post by Milaredo suppressed by ASEAN Maharlika.

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSpanish:

La Montevideo wrote:(Spanish-ish) Hóla.

si hola

Post by India-bengal suppressed by ASEAN Maharlika.

India-bengal

Eeeeeeeeee

Post by Milaredo suppressed by ASEAN Maharlika.

La Montevideo S-S-SPANISHSHSHSHH Enviemonos correos y nos quitamos La MolÉStia

Post by Milaredo suppressed by ASEAN Maharlika.

India-bengal wrote:Eeeeeeeeee

sSspanish: ¿Tu tambien hablas español?

Free falnesia

Ulymein wrote:Earliest civilization, in the middle, or the last civilization? Also, have you heard of the great filter? Do you think we passed the Great Filter or are we about to encounter it?

Ah, the Great Filter Theory. Now that is one scary theory indeed, whether we able to pass it or not. If the theory that we are alone because complex life, for all its advance in idea and technology, being impossible to pass through that Filter, it means that we already nearing our doom. But if the Filter allows only a select few to pass through it, then the question "What are the recipe to bypass the Filter" will be up, and searching those idea of recipe will takes a lot of time, again with how beautifully contradicting humanity is, does not gives me confidence on our survival to pass through that Filter.

Still, it is a wonderful, scary, induced feeling when thinking about all this.

Free falnesia

Emaha wrote:It's all true... but: the closest system, Alpha Centauri, is only 4.4 light years away though. Maybe you confused system with galaxy?

Still, you're right. We could be the first in our galaxy. And yes, we weren't looking for signs of life that long actually. Only a few decades yet. And only the next generation of telescopes will really be able to analyse the atmospheres of exo planets. I'm looking forward to the James Webb Space Telescope.

Yes, I type it wrong lol. Im also looking forward for the telescope as well.

Milaredo wrote:Crystalsummer Why don't you enter to WA? I want to endorse you

People can have multiple nations, however only one may be in the WA at once. This is the case with Crystal. They like to participate in R/D (that is, raiding/defending) with another of their nations. R/D requires you to be in the WA because it involves endorsing others.

Milaredo wrote:This looks more like a WhattsApp group than a region of nations

Check out our regional Discord server, that’s where most of our region’s governmental activity takes place.

And may I repeat what others have said before: please don’t post excessive amounts of messages. It’s really irritating. A good rule of thumb is this: don’t post more than two messages in a row. Even then, if you can fit everything you want to say into just one message, that would be best.

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My Nation wrote:People can have multiple nations, however only one may be in the WA at once. This is the case with Crystal. They like to participate in R/D (that is, raiding/defending) with another of their nations. R/D requires you to be in the WA because it involves endorsing others.

Check out our regional Discord server, that’s where most of our region’s governmental activity takes place.

And may I repeat what others have said before: please don’t post excessive amounts of messages. It’s really irritating. A good rule of thumb is this: don’t post more than two messages in a row. Even then, if you can fit everything you want to say into just one message, that would be best.

THANK YOU
The second thing you say is true, going to check a message every time is very irritating, thanks for making me realize

Crystalsummer wrote:Question of the Day!

What would be the most surprising scientific discovery imaginable?

I don't think anyone has said this answer yet, so, Quantum Computers. I think that if we finally end up creating one, science would be more advanced than it ever has.

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