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This is fascinating.  At 20 light years away, in teh incredibly small chance that there is intelligent life there (how small? 0.0000001% ?) we could actually engage in something resembling "real time" communication.  Sure, there'd be a 40 year delay in replies, but that's less than a human lifespan, and potantially even less than a professional scientists active career length.  Cool. [[User:Human|Human]] 15:09, 25 April 2007 (EDT)
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This is fascinating.  At 20 light years away, in the incredibly small chance that there is intelligent life there (how small? 0.0000001% ?) we could actually engage in something resembling "real time" communication.  Sure, there'd be a 40 year delay in replies, but that's less than a human lifespan, and potantially even less than a professional scientists active career length.  Cool. [[User:Human|Human]] 15:09, 25 April 2007 (EDT)

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This is fascinating. At 20 light years away, in the incredibly small chance that there is intelligent life there (how small? 0.0000001% ?) we could actually engage in something resembling "real time" communication. Sure, there'd be a 40 year delay in replies, but that's less than a human lifespan, and potantially even less than a professional scientists active career length. Cool. Human 15:09, 25 April 2007 (EDT)