I wish I could mod you up.
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Did it do a 4G inverted dive?
I invented the "One Click" wheel.
Pfft. I invented the wheel with round corners.
Work on your grammar, moron.
Nice font, you turd burglar.
says someone that have never met a C level employee.
Doesn't sound like you've been there either.
This site is about as social as i normally get
It's sorta social, demented and sad, but social.
What are the significant differences, if any?
What a stupid question! Obviously, there aren't any differences at all!
if that were true you'd have been able to get a cool name on slashdot. And "were" would actually be spelled the way you spelled it.
You are ignoring the fact that it seems like one highly intelligent and technology-developing species could probably not evolve in coexistence with another one on the same planet, at some point one would win and kill off the other one.
I'm sure it's been proposed/discussed many times before, but I don't know if this concept has an "official" name or not.
They would laugh when they learned that our supposed evidence of the big bang was actually just us picking up their interstellar music streaming service.
Directionality is a mostly irrelevant consideration.
The fact that an antenna is 9db or 30db higher in one direction quickly becomes irrelevant with the vast distances of space. Antennas don't work like flashlights. They are more like a light bulb with a two-way mirror on one side that reflects 50% of the light and lets 50% of it through out the back. At VHF and above, things like mountains act like mirrors that reflect signals straight up (among other directions), as well.
You are somewhat wrong about AM... at least broadcast band AM is mostly only directional in the sense that there's dead zones straight off the ends of the dipole. They are shooting quite a bit of signal upward. Our ionosphere does strongly reflect and attenuate what would make it out to space in those bands though.
This goes toward your comment about the 50s and 60s... we have far more powerful transmitters in operation now (some VHF TV the better part of 1 megawatt!), and in bands that aren't reflected by the ionosphere. If anything we are getting louder and louder.
Unfortunately the first thing they might see of humanity is free-to-air broadcast TV, and just assume that we are all complete idiots.
do some research... you clearly have no idea about which you speak.