• Kardashev Scale | Civilization Versus Wikia | Fandom

    The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy a civilization is able to use for communication. The scale is hypothetical and regards energy consumption on a cosmic scale. It was proposed in 1964 by the Soviet astronomer Nikolai Kardashev. Credit can be given to the Kardashev Scale Wiki Here is the scale Tier 0 ...

  • The Kardashev Scale | FC/OC VS Battles Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale is a measurement created by Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev, meant to measure the scale of a civilization's technological advancement, measured through energy output. In theory this could allow astronomers to predict the advancement of an alien civilization the same way as observing the luminosity of stars. Though the Kardashev Scale failed in its original ...

  • Kardashev Scale | Future | Fandom

    Kardashev scale projections ranging from 1900 to 2100. The Kardashev scale is a general method of classifying how technologically advanced a civilization is, first proposed in 1964 by the Russian astronomer Nikolai Kardashev. It has three categories, based on the amount of usable energy a civilization has at its disposal and increasing logarithmically:

  • Type VIII | Kardashev Scale Wiki | Fandom

    An type VIII civilization would be able to exit its omniverse, and travel to another dimensions, each of them having their own omniverse. They cannot go to the multidimension, megadimension, paradimension or omnidimension, however, they have little access to the multidimension. Energy Input...

  • The Kardashev Scale | Character Level Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale is a measurement created by Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev, meant to measure the scale of a civilization's technological advancement, measured through energy output. In theory this could allow astronomers to predict the advancement of an alien civilization the same way as observing the luminosity of stars. Though the Kardashev Scale failed in its original ...

  • Kardashev Scale | 2nd Beyond Universe Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale says how much energy is needed to control something. We are Type 0.724 on the Kardashev Scale.

  • Covenant | Kardashev Scale Wiki | Fandom

    The Covenant Empire, or Covenant, was a theocratic hegemony in the Halo Universe. It was made up of multiple alien species that maintained control over a large portion of the Orion Arm in the Milky Way galaxy. The Covenant was a political, military, and religious affiliation, originally a mutual alliance between the San'Shyuum and Sangheili following a brutal conflict between the two warring ...

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  • The Kardashev Scale | VS Battles Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale is a measurement created by Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev, meant to measure the scale of a civilization's technological advancement, measured through energy output. In theory this could allow astronomers to predict the advancement of an alien civilization the same way as observing the luminosity of stars. Though the Kardashev Scale failed in its original ...

  • Transversal Kardashev Scale | All dimensions Wiki | Fandom

    The Transversal Kardashev Scale is a scale used to measure how much a civilization or cosmic entity controls. 0 controls nothing. 0.0007 < Humans are here at time of writing. 0.001 controls a single planet. 0.0015 controls many planets. 0.005 controls a single star. 0.01 controls a single system. 0.015 controls multiple systems. 0.05 controls a single galaxy. 0.055 controls multiple galaxies ...

  • All dimensions Wiki | Fandom

    Just a really large void with nothing in it. It actually doesn't exist entirely because it's nothing. It is kind of like The Null, except it is way, way smaller. This void contains one Everything else. The Everything Else floats around randomly and doesn't stay in the center. That's about it.

  • Kardashev Level | Omniversal Battlefield Wiki | Fandom

    Kardashev Scale is a proposed method for astronomers to detect and classify highly advanced alien civilizations.It was a ranking system based on the power available to the said civilization and comparing it to various astral bodies. In theory this could allow astronomers to predict the advancement of an alien civilization the same way as observing the luminosity of stars.

  • Kardashevscaleverse | All dimensions Wiki | Fandom

    Another one of those pointless placeholder entries in the object verse chain, but this one is again, slightly cooler than the last one. The thing is, people on this wiki don't seem to understand what Kardashev Scale even is, so I will explain. Kardashev Scale is a way of measuring how a civilization's technology evolves based on how much energy they can get from different celestial body ranges ...

  • Kardashev scale - Wikipedia

    The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement based on the amount of energy it is able to use. The measure was proposed by Soviet astronomer Nikolai Kardashev in 1964. Categories. The scale has three designated categories. A Type I ...

  • Kardashev Scale | Beyond Universe Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale says how much energy is needed to control something. We are Type 0.724 on the Kardashev Scale. The measure was proposed by Nikolai Kardashev in 1964. The original Kardashev scale divides civilizations into Types 1-3, although extensions used on this wiki are also commonplace. 1 Type -1.0 Basic Civilisations 2 Type 0.0 Minimal Civilisations 3 Type 2.0 Stellar Civilisations 4 ...

  • Aero'sFuture: Kardashev Scale | Future | Fandom

    YEAR POSTED: 2009 If humanity shall ever receive contact from an extraterrestrial civilization, we as a species will most likely use what is known as the Kardashev Scale to determine how advanced they are, how much technologically farther they are from us, what technologies they have acquired over the past, how long they have been sentient, and generally any other aspects of their unknown ...

  • Kardashev Scale | Mass Trek Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy a civilization is able to utilize and is currently used by the Interstellar Coalition to determine the technological level of a civilization. 1 Concept 2 Five Levels of Civilization 2.1 Type 0 2.2 Type I 2.3 Type II 2.4 Type III 2.5 Type IV 2.6 Type V 3 Exceptions The ...

  • Abusing the Kardashev Scale For Fun ... - All The Tropes Wiki

    "Your race hasn't even reached Type 1 on the Kardashev scale. It doesn't control the resources of this one planet, let alone a solar system or a galaxy. The Time Lords were the Type 4 civilization. We had no equals. We controlled the fundamental forces of the entire universe. Nothing could communicate with us on our level. Most races pray to lesser beings than the Time Lords." Time Lord Marnal ...

  • Kardashev Scale | Factpile Wiki | Fandom

    Kardashev Scale is a scale used to detect classify highly advanced alien civilizations by astronomers. It was a ranking system based on the amount of power and level of energy manipulation available to said civilization and comparing it to that of various astral bodies While it never reached it's actual purpose (since we have never actually encountered aliens, assuming there are any at all ...

  • Brane | Kardashev Scale Wiki | Fandom

    The visible, three-dimensional universe is restricted to a brane inside a higher-dimensional space, called the "bulk" (also known as "hyperspace"). If the additional dimensions are compact, then the observed universe contains the extra dimension, and then no reference to the bulk is appropriate. In the bulk model, at least some of the extra dimensions are extensive (possibly infinite), and ...

  • Type 1.0 Civilization | Beyond Universe Wiki | Fandom

    A Type 1.0 Civilization is one that controls the resources or available solar energy of an entire planet, usuallyestimated to be around 1016 watts, plus or minus one or two orders of magnitude. Humanity is fairly close to becoming a Type 1.0 civilization at our current rate of development (some estimates say at least250 years), but right now, using Sagan's logarithmic scale, we are somewhere ...

  • Kardashev scale | Fanon Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement. The scale is only theoretical and in terms of an actual civilization highly speculative; however, it puts energy consumption of an entire civilization in a cosmic perspective. It was first proposed in 1964 by the Soviet Russian astronomer Nikolai Kardashev. The scale has three designated ...

  • Ordinal Kardashev Scale | All dimensions Wiki | Fandom

    The Ordinal Kardashev Scale is a ordinal version of the Transversal Kardashev Scale. And it works better. It is used to measure how powerful a civilization or Cosmic Entity is. Define a Verse that has no other verses in it as a Order-0 Verse, such as the Universe. Define a Verse that has Order-0 Verses in it as a Order-1 Verse, such as the Multiverse. Define a Verse that has Order- Verses in ...

  • Kardashev Scale | Xianb Wiki | Fandom

    It was proposed by Soviet astronomer Nikolai Kardashev in 1964. [1] The scale has three designated categories: The scale has three designated categories: A Type I civilization —also called a planetary civilization—can use and store all of the energy available on its planet.

  • Type 0 | Kardashev Scale Wiki | Fandom

    A Type 0 or K0 civilization extracts its energy, information, raw-materials from crude organic-based sources (i.e. food/wood/fossil fuel); pressures via natural disaster, selection, and societal collapse creates extreme (99.9%) risk of extinction; it is capable of orbital spaceflight; in fiction, societies that fail to improve social conditions, environmental and medical understanding ...

  • Kardashev Scale (Josephdapro's version) | Fanon Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy a civilization is able to utilize. Developed in 1964 by Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev and expanded upon by Martian astrophysicist Yvenn Strom, this system has been used to describe all the alien ...

  • Kardashev Scale | 100th Millennium Wiki | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, which is based on the amount of energy a civilization is able to utilize. The list presented below is the acceptable types for any civilization on the wiki. How does one calculate a civilization's standing? Learning the equation A civilization's level on the Kardashev Scale is decided by a ...

  • Kardashev Scale Detailed - All dimensions Wiki | Fandom

    Kardashev saw it as "a civilization in possession of energy on the scale of its own galaxy". Yep, you have to get a whole galaxy's worth of energy to get this advanced. Humans would probably be long since gone by that point, becoming some kind of post-biological cybernetic beings.

  • Kardashev Scale | Verse and Dimensions Wikia | Fandom

    The Kardashev Scale is a means of ranking a civilization (or similar entity or group) by measuring its power generation and usage capacity. It is often misunderstood by assuming that it measures size; however, a civilization that spans an entire galaxy might be of a lower type than expected if it does not actually use the entire galaxy's energy. The three basic types are as follows: Type 1.0 ...