|Originally posted by Halcyon+On+On |
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I know, right
|Originally posted by Moongoose |
Not if you're actively trying to find the right variables so that the answer comes to 1 which i assume is what he did if i read his post correctly.
Yeah, but that's not how it works, obviously. You don't fudge the 'variables' to get the answer you want, you stick in the correct figures to get the most accurate answer. Well, for fun maybe, to see what size a galaxy needs to be to have the number of civilizations equal one..... but certainly not in an exam!
I used the term 'variables' as the factors taken into account in the Drake Equation are changing and getting more accurate over time (we hope).
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Last edited by Acton on Aug-23-2012 at 18:28