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May 4th, 2011

Super civilizations might be living off of black holes

Abstract:
But Vidal says there's more to the matter; an advanced mega civilization wouldn't only think big, but small to. They would have learned how to control microscopic environments using nanotechnology, and they would be able to ‘juggle' with every particle itself, as well as the space time continuum.

Having mastered some control on the space time continuum, such an advanced civilization would probably want to engineer and control its own black holes, for a variety of reasons: waste disposal, fuel propulsion, energy powering, hyper computing, and maybe even time travel - if we're gonna think big, let's think big.

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