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On this site and at least 4-5 others inhabited by libertarians and objectivists Dan Ust and/or I have had discussions [some quite extended] on the subject matter of: Superstealth AKA Stealth - Nomadic - Dispersed [sND]. Superstealth is Dan's term, SND is mine. Superstealth-SND is a set of strategies for civilizations to survive WoMD. It is my opinion that SND explains the Fermi Paradox. Dan has differing views. I have been interested in the subject matter for over 30 years - After more than dozen years discussing it on line I have decided to expand on the subject into a science fiction series and fill in all the details. Dan Ust recently began publishing short science fiction stories on Amazon/Kindle. One of his stories touched a little on the subject at hand. His encouragement has me following his lead publishing the SND series on Amazon/Kindle as a series of short stories. The subject matter is quite large and it will take as long as it takes - in as many pieces as it takes. I would appreciate comments here and on Amazon. Comments are likely to help me fill in details in the subject matter. ***** SND - The GuildVolume 1 of the SND SeriesAs Interpreted by Dennis Mayhttp://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GR7A73U SND - Observer CorpVolume 2 of the SND SeriesAs Interpreted by Dennis Mayhttp://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GS7HBTM A vision of the future for all civilizations Artwork by Eric Mayhttp://www.deviantart.com/art/SND-The-Guild-5-5-413872150http://8uperic.deviantart.com/art/Told-Off-7-414106575Find his art on deviantart.com as well as at:http://www.8upenterprises.com/ *****Dennis
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/11/111102092929.htm An interesting spin on the Fermi Paradox - 12 billion years ago there were whole galaxies more chemically mature than our sun. A year or two ago I recall a discussion somewhere about how we are alone because it has only been recently that sufficient chemicals for life were available - according to the Big Bang theory. Dennis May