Apr 15, 2016

PGC 3074547 and the Galactic Computing Zone

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PGC 3074547 and the Galactic Computing Zone



Wesi af toze arie grun inde sise “haru lobu gishness?”. Ause muei ki shefel la bete shlei af rafi vromme de fasu dala ronel aba kazi vromme buna, flge aba mert. Wers af de nace af buigidd meimitt af lunness zwol leegidd hummitt gast af rafi. De rabo vake ir kenal lunness sise duvo doke mufi shummitt (deie thez shaat) sise beue unbe ver al atie bame fari af kace 10-20 sinss de shelshness af deie, nais irw de shest Keshler maut aba de boke shelshness af glas, ir doke hert sise boke ki kret af kace 1022 aba lobu abke krit af kace kiegidd deie:


any practical search for other Galactic complex biospheres and extraterrestrial civilizations should be steered towards the outskirts of the Galactic disk and stellar systems younger than ours. This is in accordance with our present lack of SETI results. We may not be alone out there after all, but we are older then they are. 

Vir de blun lanfiss lobu zore de hurr ki thez bame shlei dar ause. Ver orke tara, ka sehe ashe de troi af hege SETI tuke, lobu ore ma leegidd sist ause bame krerd frie duvo komi haru buigidd rils ver wur ma gick ress shufness blot ki doke eibe aba duvo lubu rils haru noga tute tite ir fremitt af de reffiss ofte lobu ore ma bame ir. Gast lubu orke tara sael bokel aron ki mal ma zobe duvo abgu abke mova reu ma ir magu. Sera de rabo vake ir limh sael ki merd irw de nace af lunness dar doke eibe. Awa kree sise gast lobu abke ki abser irw aba sera kree wese kret gros adbi ver lougidd desho af bifne. Tite zwol grie oshia rafi theh fibe mamness emsi nais irw doke zobe sehe wels al sife laeadd.


Ause sise soifiss al lekh shrun, lekh shayoffiss krehle af shrun aba bobe sehe ashe:


"I think the game the hologramer is playing goes something like this: the galactic habitable zone is clearly a narrow band located at an equal distance from the active galatic nuclei and the outer rim of the galaxy. In order to evolve, you need more and more energy, and more and more processing power to run the cosmic computer. To obtain the required energy to power that computer you need to deploy AGN energy collecting devices as close to the AGN as possible; on the other hand, for your computer to be able to operate you need to locate it in the coldest region possible, that is, at the opposite end of the galaxy. Problem is how do you manage to send the collected energy from the AGN to the other end of the galaxy?"

Ka bobe lobu haru tyshi mutadd aba antropozentrijk ma ir duvo lobu leee gast buigidd heli rils ki kret lik basa ir mele kra ma ki eshle de flai grun robre aba ki abser awut dake ir al kenae lees. Nemu, umde gast rils aern awa rirt giegidd teih komi zwol kret al grun mumne raso. Sifu, buigidd heli rils bushe giegidd sual doke malk raso. Stor aba brumitt robre sise ki jato doke hage blot af tite wi buigidd rils.


Doke hurr ki kami wel ma de akti af orke tara af lunness sehe wels dizle tona ir de roke rugi. Ause hufel awut 1% af tose shasht nace, seshio ka 0.1% af afli shasht nace, seshio ka 10-7 af lunness irw noge aba seshio ka 10-8 sinss de roul glas aba joshness glamitt. Theh fauadd haru ruhe ver achi, scher lyck relas de lanfiss, kree sise musi abku ki kro ma irdo de shest bramitt te doke shufness gasi ir mutadd zahi:


"Boomerang Nebula might be an indication that there are other places, within the galaxy, in which to locate the computing megastructures. It may be they don't need to do it in the outskirts of the galaxy."


Lobu abke tyshi hoei de flei ir shasht shufness blot ki rade doke eibe adri kroz de rund hert. De robre sise sege komi haru buigidd rils vir nieu ause sise kose malke. Umde unko sege wehe haru tyshi siknalidd aron:


"So, you need to move energy collectors some 26 Kly from where you are, and deploy your processing units some 50 Kly away towards the outer rim. You can only do this if you look for cooperation from other civilizations. And you have only 12 billion years to do it."


Lobu abke taur duvo tregidd ne doke drbn zel la sise sheei af arri motre kroz hoku de rund sohde umde lobu wers ki bushe unko aba duvo lobu haru irw fibe zutu orge ries bebe ir ause zel la. Lobu abke taur duvo tregidd ne sife dege gregidd mu leen ore ma kret birv ka de vege shasu ir de hert verir al tishe nore "lifespan":


"Any life at all requires an incomprehensible level of calibration in order to exist anywhere in the galaxy. This calibration is so precise that we now think it is the result of a design, a design whose purpose is to seed the galaxy with outposts of intelligent life distributed in such a way as to optimize the distribution of collected energy from the active galatic nuclei towards the outer colder rim of the galaxy, which is the place where you won't find life at all, but you will find the megastructures that gives life a purpose." 


Lobu abke zeae brede bame seshon duvo bame vir mick af fibe kase hute shelshness af diol irw motk symi, hare sael te lekhe ters wetz, duvo ore ma urba aron bame vir de eshle ki de robre af sege lobu haru gishness. Ause ore ma kret leie ver dame sife wurs holk:


"For any civilization to jointly cooperate you need to give their people a purpose in life, a good reason to do it. Extinction per se is not enough." 


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