Exo-110 – Introduction to Xenology
The Introduction to Xenology course provides the student with a first exploration of the new field of xenology. For this course, xenology can be defined as the scientific study of all aspects of extraterrestrial life, intelligence and civilization, both on and off-planet, including the already existing relationships between humans and those extraterrestrial groups who are and have been present on Earth.
*This course is only open to students who have completed the Introduction to Exopolitics course.
Course Length: 14 weeks
Course Instructors: Manuel Lamiroy, Lic. Juris.
The course consists of fourteen lectures, split up over four parts.
Part 1. Introduction, Evolutionary Xenology
- Astrobiology and Phenotypes
- ET Technology I, Extraterrestrial Technology and Biotechnology
- ET Technology II, Examples of Extraterrestrial Technology
Part 2. Socio-political Xenology
- Extraterrestrial Social Systems and Governments
- Extraterrestrial Behavior and Motivations
- Post Detection Protocols and Threat Assessment
Part 3. Cultural Xenology
- Introduction to Cultural Xenology, Psychology
- Science and The Arts
- Exotheology and Spiritual Evolution
- Ethics and Law
Part 4. Xenoarchaeology
- Introduction to Xenoarchaeology
- Xenoarchaeology on Earth
- Xenoarchaeology off-planet