Hubble detection of artifical light.


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When the hubble telescope is fitted with new tecno to detect artifical light we will be able to see life on other world.

I wonder how long it will take for them to do this?

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That's one helluva gamble.

Assuming that light from another world reaches us - having completely avoided dust, comets, meteorites, rings of rocks which surround star systems, the stars themselves - there's still no way to tell how old the light would be and therefore impossible to determine it's origin. Afterall the universe is still expanding. It would be like NASA holding a big conference saying how they're something like 25% sure that someone just pointed a torch at us but can't be sure of where it came from...

Besides, who's to say that an alien civilization uses light bulbs? Glowing green rocks never go out of fashion on alien homeworlds! /ttiforum/images/graemlins/smile.gif

I find that you made some good points.

That is the big question how old is light and does it age over time?

In saying that traveling at the speed of light is not the goal its stoping it and moving around it.

Then we begin to move at the speed of dark.

The night sky is made up of the past all we are seeing is the past.

Our mineds are tuned in to see light but if you chemicaly alter the mined then you can see a lot more and even travel time just by thinking your way forward.

Just my ideas not proven.

technikly (sp?) we are seeing into the past, because light, as fast as it moves, still takes time to get to our eyes, so we never see things how they actually are alwasy a tiny fraction off, and if you move at the speed of light then the object would be out of vison range instantly.