Extraterrestrial life/Xenolinguistics

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Thesis: All processes or formalisms that resemble arithmetic are identical to arithmetic,
or else unthinkably complicated and arbitrary.
This is why we can communicate perfectly about numbers. [1]


Xenolinguistics is the scientific study of languages of non-human intelligences. Publications in this field tend to be speculative as few people have made the claim to have understood an alien language, at least not reliably.

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  1. Regis, Edward (1987). Extraterrestrials: Science and Alien Intelligence. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521348528.
Cohen, Jack (2002). Evolving the Alien: The Science of Extraterrestrial Life. Ebury Press. ISBN 0091879272. Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (|author= suggested) (help)

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