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Originally posted by optimus fett
Am i right in thinking than when we sent the monolith into space
it contained the word "hello" in every single launguage spoken on earth
as well as star charts and our position in our know universe
didnt we also include a piece of music?
We didn't send a monolith into space. In fact, we don't have the technology to send a monolith much of anywhere (except by train or ship.) The "monolith in space" is a movie (two, actually) and a science fiction book and although I like Clarke it is complete fiction and there is NO truth to it at all.
Originally posted by Byrd
That would be rather difficult to do... because in order to have a "known position" you have to know where something else is. And in a universe that's 15 billion light years across, our galaxy is a completely insignificant dot and unseeable in a lot of places... and our arm of the galaxy/sun would be totally invisible.
Originally posted by elevatedone
what music would I send.. hmmm good question !
Ravel's - Bolero !!