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April 26th, 2010

Stephen Hawking - 'Don't Talk to Aliens'

Abstract:
Stephen Hawking, who has a documentary starting on Sunday, April 25th on the Discovery Channel, called 'Stephen Hawking's Universe', has a bit of advice if one comes across an intelligent alien.

Don't talk to it. In fact, better to run.

Indeed, aliens capable of interstellar travel likely have access to nanotechnology and unlimited sources of energy that would make the idea of having to swoop down and steal from someone else rather ludicrous.

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