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Talk:Project Serpo

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Reminds me of the great Ummo hoax of yore. Oh hang on, somebody still believes it... BicyclewheelModerator 22:11, 31 December 2014 (UTC)

Physics section[edit]

Not saying the whole story is true but the "Physics" section is pretty ridiculous. Could remind of bishop-speak from a few centuries ago. Humans clearly still have a LOT to learn about what is possible and what is not. Also, the age of a star in the billions of years is completely irrelevant when considering potential civilizations aged in the thousands of years. Think of Europe getting industrialized faster than Africa despite being "younger" evolution wise. That is just rational. — Unsigned, by: / talk