I believe they are here, no way is this woman human.
I mean really, what human would or could tan like that. That's not normal.
Yep, she's been all over the news. She got arrested, and is accused of putting her 6 year old daughter in a tanning booth. The girl showed up at school with some sun burn, and she told the teacher or nurse, I forget which, that she went tanning with mommy. The woman actually thinks that she looks good if you can believe it.
That's some corny looking shit!
It's possible. but not probable. There are suggestions of them, but not really sure signs of them. Either way, I don't think about it very much.
There is the small problem of matter travelling at a speed fast enough for lifeforms not to die of old age whilst traversing huge distances at a speed slow enough to require the travellers to not be matter based. It seems very unlikely and is a very convenient way to distract people from the awe a world not dependent on aliens, angels or Gods should already inspire. Bah and humbug.
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I can explain it.
But I cant understand it for you.
I've always been sceptical about this kind of thing but a while ago I read that two air force pilots flying over the English channel encountered some kind of silver craft. When they tried to get near it it disappeared at a speed far in excess of anything any plane on earth can do. So this wasn't some whacked-out guy making something up or somebody trying to get tourists to come to their backwater town, this was people who are eminently trustable and believable. There are endless billions of planets in our galaxy and endless billions of galaxies other than ours so it stands to reason that some other motherfuckers are out there somewhere.
If you look at the closest genetic relative to humans (The Chimp) then humans share 99% identical DNA with chimps but humans are smarter than chimps.
Let’s invent a measure of intelligence.
Let’s say intelligence is your ability to compose poetry, symphonies, do art, math and science, Chimps can’t do any of that. Yet humans share 99% identical DNA with chimps.
Here’s what concerns me deeply.
Everything that distinguishes humans from chimps emerges from that 1% difference in DNA. It has to because that’s the difference. The Hubble telescope, Electricity, Cars, Planes, Internet, Oil all of that came from that 1% difference.
Now Imagine another life form. That’s 1% different from humans ? In the direction that humans are different from the chimps ?
That's scary shit.
Humans have 1% difference from chimps but humans are building the Hubble telescope. Go another 1%. What are human beings to aliens ? Human beings would be drooling, blithering idiots in their presence.
Stephen Hawking astrophysics would laughed at and seen as cute because toddlers in their culture do that on their refrigerator door,
So I'm like you in that if humans did meet aliens it may well be the old case of "Be careful. what you wish for" because when was the last time you stopped to have a conversation with a worm ?
Because I've got a strong feeling that's literally how aliens could well view humans.
To believe that some intelligent other species is gonna be interested in humans, enough to have a conversation, they’ll look at humans Hubble telescope and say, “isn’t that quaint… look at what they’re doing""
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That’s true, and time does seem irrelevant….. but relativisticly if a spaceship warps past the speed of light, then time would stand still for them - but not the rest of the sublight universe.
So Kirk would have departed on his 5 year mission, but he would have returned to a Federation where thousands of years had passed by.
If God wanted us to be vegetarians, why are animals made of meat ?
I actually think this solar system (The Milky Way) is over flowing and I mean OVER FLOWING with life. The blue circle with the dot in it is Earth
It was taken by the Voyager 1 space probe in 1990. The distance was 3.6 billion miles away.
Every person that has ever lived and died did so on that dot. Every war, species, invention all happened on that pale dot.
Guess what ? There are hundreds of billions of planets (dots) in our galaxy and there are hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe, each with hundreds of billions of planets (dots)
Life on Earth is made up of 4 core things.
Guess what ? Those four elements, along with helium, are found throughout the cosmos in abundant supply. The idea that a single dot in the vastness of the cosmos is the only planet with life is just…nonsensical. If life can evolve here using the most abundant elements in the cosmos, life can evolve elsewhere.
The search for extra terrestrial life relies on radio telescopes. Radio waves travel at the speed of light and humans have been broadcasting them for the better part of a century. So, how much distance has been covered in that 100 year period? This will help:
That blue dot in the cutaway section is around 200 light years in diameter. So basically human's have only been able to broadcast 100 light years away in any direction. The center of our galaxy is 26,000 light years away.
Needless to say, humans radio waves have not gone very far.
And if something was there to receive the message and respond, it would take 52,000 light years to get back. Feel free to wait.
And in order for humans to receive a radio wave from an alien world, humans radio telescope(s) have to be pointed directly at the spot in which a radio wave might be picked up, on the exact date and time in which that radio wave will reach earth.
Also what if that alien civilization is far more advanced than human's are and they don’t use radio waves anymore ? What if their planet has gone extinct? Or, they are more primitive than humans are and have not yet discovered radio waves ? The X factor is endless.
It's a bit premature for anyone to make claims that life does not exist anywhere else in the universe.
“Two possibilities exist...either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” Arthur C Clarke
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