Extended SETI (E-SETI) and the post-physical telescopes. (By E-SETI)

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Extended SETI (E-SETI) and the post-physical telescopes. (By E-SETI)

Extended SETI (E-SETI) and the post-physical telescopes. (By E-SETI)

For the last century the only way to get more information about the universe and beyond it has been through telescopes. However, the telescope itself needs a lens or mirror to focus light into a narrow beam. But it is not very hard to design telescopes with mirrors that would cover much wider fields.

We are on the verge of a breakthrough that will transform the way we look at the cosmos. The post-physical telescopes are about to replace the conventional physical optics.

The key to the post-physical telescopes is the ability to manipulate light beams in a way that is independent of the properties of matter.

The new approach to observing the universe is called the extension SETI (Extended SETI).

So far SETI has observed many narrow fields. But this new technique will enable us to look at any place in the universe and also take snapshots.

It will also make it easier to discover new phenomena and find new stars.

E-SETI is a new direction in science. While conventional SETI focuses on finding technology, E-SETI is looking for life beyond our own world. It is a more global and less limited approach. This means that we will not only find information about our origin, but information about alien worlds that may have developed life. This information could be extremely valuable in the process of interplanetary diplomacy.

Let's look at a recent example of the first E-SETI observations.

While looking at a very distant galaxy, it was found that it was being disturbed by a small black hole orbiting around it.

The black hole was found with the help of the light from that galaxy.

What is really exciting is the discovery was made by the black hole itself and by using its energy.

How is this possible?

By observing a bright quasar, one can see images of the light that is emitted and refracted by a small black hole at the centre of a distant galaxy.

This provides a tool for studying black holes, and it allows us to see what is happening in the centre of distant galaxies.

We may be observing our future.

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