As an environmentalist, I thought to myself, “it’s better than writing messages in the snow in Siberia.” Let me explain. In 1826, a British Astronomer named Dr. Gauss hypothesized that the moon was inhabited by rational beings called “lunarians.” His plan to test his hypothesis was to carve large geographical symbols and mathematical equations in the snows of Siberia and wait to see if similar equations appeared on the moon. He never went through with the project (no doubt because of prohibitive costs). Two-hundred years later, however, Nasa came up with a slightly better way to explore the possibilities of extra-terrestrial life.
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