No, Mr. 635, these fantasies are highly unpublishable material, even as an important technological discovery. I can’t accept them for our media. Where did you get it? Please do not come to me with the lame excuse that you found it in old archives. You claim to expose a file of historical value. Have you stopped for a few seconds to analyze what you sent me? I would like to point out, however, that there is some good on it.
Let’s start with your setup. That planet with a ridiculous name in the G1011 system. At the moment the star is a black dwarf! If stellar periods are subtracted this places the origin of that civilization in more than fifty billion years ago. Absurd. However, something supports your thesis. I checked and there is indeed one of your planets orbiting the dwarf as you describe it should. Nonetheless anyone with the minimum accreditation could obtain that information from the central data bank.
And what makes you suppose that life would rise on a planet with an atmosphere of 77% Nitrogen, 20% Oxygen and a merely a 3% of rare gases? Oxygen is highly corrosive, which would dangerously reduce our tools lifetime. And what is a brain without tools, huh? A vegetable, if you allow me the nasty expression. The tools can not be perishable, nor worn out before being rolled, but only replaced in due time. The opposite would be to enter into unnecessary entropy!
You say -or the author of your document- that the planet surface was covered by seas. But you don’t explain anywhere what these seas are made of. In the Guide for the use of archaic words, its definition is a large extension of something. For example a sea of data. Does that mean that your planet is covered by some kind of data network? I do not think so. I can’t believe on an spontaneous network generation before intelligent life. Moreover, what is the use of a data network for individuals who lack the necessary organs to function in it? You must clarify that term sea, and it is totally confusing me that you claim that it is from that sea that the first intelligent life is generated. And your concept of evolution as applied to intelligence does not even appear in the central database. I must say I enjoyed that one. It is no doubt he most imaginative part, the introduction of equivocal new terms, such as biogenetics and natural selection. What is Nature? Something that selects you when you start operating? Your selection is stupid and it doesn’t match the substitution. If a piece fails you, the logical action is to change it, not to throw away, “extinct”, the artifact.
Please do not discard on your new draft the description of their locomotion methods. What you name combustion engine is a very curious alternative to our fusion engines. A pity that is only applicable to rolling transports and that it works with organic fuel, generating those dangerous H2O residues. In any case, some of your diagrams can no doubt be used to probe atmospheric planets. Totally not viable for us is the jet engine, since to work it requires a dense gaseous cover. The last one mentioned and explained under the naming of atomic engine, is, apart from unstable, and therefore dangerous, very cumbersome and complicated. If you previously worked with organic extensions you know how annoying they tend to be, they feed themselves, they die and all that. The production-performance cost is not competitive at all.
Very interesting also about the primitive mean of communication by sounds, and the method to transmit them in empty space. That music applied to the detection of high frequency rhythmic vibrations produced in gaseous media has already being studied in a specific commission. Unfortunately nothing good came out of that. For me, the only music that exists is what I feel reading an optical disc. Nothing comparable to the pleasure of going over the incisions of engraver 870, “Spiral 16”, “Riscos”, are masterpieces. You should indulge yourself in one of them if you don’t know them. Classics!
Unbelievable is also that you claim there were 5 billions of intelligent organic individuals living on that petty planet. We tend to emigrate from a planet when its population goes over a hundred million. In you work figures are fifty times higher. Does not organic life die? Don’t you need space to expand? How did they manage to increase the population of a planet in such a scary way only in a few cycles? And if, as you keep saying, they were organic, where did they get food for that sea of people? (Did I use the word well?)
In summary: it is totally impossible that intelligent creatures like your humans ever existed. There may have been an Earth, indeed. I can believe that it existed based on the large number of references to it. But not revolving around a black dwarf. A story like his needs archaeological sites, not a reference to a file prior to colonization that could be written by a nostalgic or claustrophobic brain with most of its circuits burned or blocked. I tell you this because I like you, and I see a lot of potential on your work.
I will recommend you to spend your time, for example, on studying commercial topics. Like the mathematical relation between our colonization dates and the first 100 odd prime numbers. The probability of creating a singularity in your lab. The last fashion in cybernetic engineering. Leave the conjectures about dead societies to archaeologists or explorers. It is not correct to deploy a topic for which you are not exactly programmed. Sure you have more extensions, try them. Be creative, use the old files if you want, but please, keep it realistic.
Yours sincerely: 1131.