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wicked_caty posted a topic in Books, Music, & ArtIn his books he attacks the scientists, because they exclude everything that can't be explained by the knowledge they have at this very moment. He says that "supernatural" things (like magick) must be included in science, because everything works only as a whole. He has a really unique style. He simply writes what's on his mind, and doesn't care if he hurts anyone's feelings. He uses examples to demonstrate his arguments, and actually tries to convince the reader (instead of that usual "here is some data, now believe in it"). The books were written somewhen at the very beginning of the 20th century, but with a dictionary it should be readable :D The 4 books are: Lo! New lands The book of the damned Wild talents
dextro posted a topic in Science, Math, & TechnologyFound an interesting article while browsing a science blog, detailing a star with a strange pattern of dimming only found in young stars. I'm curious, though. I think it could be possible, but it raises a few questions. Would we really find an alien species that built structures around a star before we found any evidence on life itself on planets? Should we give more focus on possible objects like this to signify alien life instead of focusing squarely on what life COULD need in space? (Such as looking for water when it's possible that aliens could not even need it to begin with.) I dunno. Opinions? SOURCE: How Long Would it take to get to the Star with "Alien Megastructures"?