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Does Alien Exist

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Posted 13 July 2014 - 10:39 AM Edited by igotskiz, 13 July 2014 - 10:39 AM.

While I can't be bothered to read all 9 pages of this thread (EDIT: my post made 10 pages), my opinion on the matter is that there are aliens. Not the stereotypical black egg-shaped eyes, skinny body, huge head with long fingers kind, or whatever you see in movies, but just beings that are not from Earth.

 

I would imagine that there are other forms of sentinent life out there. Shame we probably won't live to see a discovery, or better yet a possible relationship with other forms.

 

Who knows? There may be more humans like us.

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Posted 29 July 2014 - 04:49 PM

It's 100% true that Aliens Exist, They Exist just like we do...but in another galaxy, solar system...


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Posted 01 August 2014 - 02:32 PM

alien
/ˈeɪlɪən/
adjective
adjective: alien
1.
belonging to a foreign country.
"an alien culture"synonyms: foreign, overseas, non-native, external, distant, remote More"the study of alien cultures promotes self-awareness"
antonyms: native


(of a plant or animal species) introduced from another country and later naturalized.
"many food chains are based upon alien plants"
2.
unfamiliar and disturbing or distasteful.
"principles that are alien to them"synonyms: unfamiliar, unknown, unheard of, foreign; Morestrange, peculiar, odd, bizarre, outlandish;
remote, exotic, novel
"emerging from the station in the City, they found themselves in an alien landscape"
incompatible with, unusual for, opposed to, conflicting with, contrary to, adverse to, in conflict with, at variance with, antagonistic to;
unacceptable to, repugnant to, hostile to, inimical to;
rareoppugnant to
"he has been asked to adopt a vicious role alien to his nature"
antonyms: familiar

3.
supposedly from another world; extraterrestrial.
"alien beings"synonyms: extraterrestrial, other-worldly, unearthly; MoreMartian, Venutian, Jovian
"alien beings have landed on Earth"
antonyms: earthly

 

 

Let's focus on the last one. A being from another world could be anything. Seeing as the word 'alien' can be applied to an incredibly broad range of beings, such as plants, amoebas, and so on, I think it would be ludicrous to assume that in the millions and billions of galaxies in our universe our planet is the only one that has any form of life on it. 

 

I fully believe that the first extraterrestrial life will be confirmed within the next 50 years. 


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Posted 01 August 2014 - 05:27 PM

As much as I explained why there almost certainly must be other life forms out there, nobody can say for definite that aliens exist until we actually see proof. It's amazing to think that on one hand we could be extremely insignificant in terms of other life that exists in the universe, but on the other hand we could be the only life in the universe (highly unlikely though).

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Posted 08 August 2014 - 05:09 PM

I'm certain that aliens exist but likelihood that we'll see them in our lifetime is questionable.


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Posted 21 August 2014 - 06:17 PM

I think governments want us to believe that aliens are these creatures that live in far away galaxies. But really they are demons. Yes, heaven and hell type stuff. I kinda always belived this and then I found a video on youtube with a guy that explains it out in a way for us to understand better. Every time I post this video on Facebook they delete it within a day or two eveytime.

 

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=atxGNYrBftI


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#277

Posted 21 August 2014 - 06:53 PM

That's mostly because it's incoherent bollocks, clear to anyone with the vaguest understanding of pretty much anything.
Please don't sully D&D with that kind of rubbish. If you aren't here to contribute something coherent, intelligent and thought provoking, then you should probably go elsewhere.
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Posted 21 August 2014 - 07:22 PM Edited by esmittystud101, 21 August 2014 - 08:18 PM.

Sorry I'm not a scientologist and I believe in god. Also, I had no idea this was a fact only forum. You all must have the facts and I have rubbish. I know you spent the time to watch the whole video as well. Since I posted it at 2:17pm and its 3:26 pm and the video is 1:52:00. They don't even get into the alien stuff until later.

 

So totally disregard the video then. Why isn't this theory any more relivant than anyone else's theory regarding this? This is just a theory, just like everyone else has on this topic. Okay, so I'm an alien, and I want to travel to earth from a far off galaxy. How long would it take me to get to earth in years? Too many for you to count. Okay, I travel at lightspeed. Anything traveling that fast in space would disintegrate from space debris. So where else do they come from? These are all questions that will never be answered in our life time. No matter how advance you think science has become.

 

For being known as a great debater, you suck at it sivispacem

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Posted 21 August 2014 - 09:40 PM

That's a harsh reply for a mod, but he's kind of right.

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Posted 21 August 2014 - 10:27 PM

Sorry I'm not a scientologist

Good for you. That has nothing to do with anything.
 

and I believe in god.

As above.
 

Also, I had no idea this was a fact only forum.

It's not a "fact only forum" but one for intelligent, reasonable discussion. The mere act of posting a YouTube video to substantiate a point is bad form, let alone one that basically takes a load of other conspiracy theories, panders to their believers by pretending they aren't utter horse-sh*t and then comes up with some vapid, pseudo-religious nonsense around a term that appears to be used interchangeably to mean numerous entirely different things in biblical history.

There's nothing even vaguely resembling a coherent argument present in that video.
 

You all must have the facts and I have rubbish.

I don't for one second pretend to have "all of the answers" but for the entire theory relies on people subscribing to various conspiracy theories which are clearly illogical in their reasoning and entirely devoid of supporting evidence. Any theory that requires one to suspend disbelief and effectively put blind faith in another, entirely unrelated and entirely unsupported theory is literally worthless.
 

Why isn't this theory any more relivant than anyone else's theory regarding this?

Tell me, exactly why does this theory deserve any kind of exploration? Asking me to explain why something isn't relevant is effectively a negative proof fallacy; the onus should be on you to explain why it is valid, relevant and coherent as a theory. So get cracking.
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#281

Posted 28 August 2014 - 06:36 PM

I believe they do exist. We humans can't be the only one's in the universe can we.


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Posted 30 August 2014 - 06:29 AM Edited by Melchior, 30 August 2014 - 06:29 AM.

I believe they do exist. We humans can't be the only one's in the universe can we.

Well I suppose it's possible.You can't talk about probability with something that's only happened once. Even with all the billions of planets in the universe, the probability it intelligent life evolving could be so slim. Something to think about: say the chance of life evolving on a planet is X. The probability of intelligent life is some value lower than X (since human-style intelligence has only evolved once in the earth's history, unlike other useful adaptation like spiny plants or sonar), the probability of them living long enough to make contact with- or catch the attention of- humans is even slimer. 

 

There's no statistic certainty, it just seems painfully counter-intuitive that we'd be alone in the universe. Why does the universe even permit the evolution of consciousness if conscious life has a snowball's chance in hell of coming into existence? 

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#283

Posted 01 September 2014 - 10:18 AM

We can't assume we are the only "conscious of life" beings on Earth though.

That's a pretty arrogant assumption based only on unproven theories.

Not long ago we assumed animals weren't capable of emotions now it is a known fact they indeed are.

We can't prove a dolphin isn't conscious of life. We just can't.

 

On top of that today we are still discovering planets "just" 500 light years from us so even most of the universe close to us is unknown cause we don't see it.

Once again human arrogance is bigger than our actual knowledge of what surrounds us.

We are probably among the dumbest species in the universe and still we believe we are the only ones in it.

Our "scientific" attitude sometimes  is no different from our religious one.


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Posted 09 September 2014 - 06:40 PM

Try looking at that and then say where the only planet with life on it, i highly  doubt it.....

outer-space-stars.jpeg

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Posted 16 November 2014 - 07:47 AM

In the words of Neil Degrasse Tyson, we are made up of the most commonly found compounds in the universe which are the basic building blocks of life. To think that we are a special occasion is completely egocentric.

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Posted 05 February 2015 - 11:40 PM

I don't know if I've seen one, but the universe is way too big for them not to exist.


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Posted 06 February 2015 - 01:05 PM

I'm unsure about Aliens, but if you ask me if I think there are human beings on distant planets just like earth, then I'd have a different answer.

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Posted 07 February 2015 - 09:56 PM

I don't know if I've seen one, but the universe is way too big for them not to exist.

 

 

I don't think how huge this universe is as anything to do with it. Our planet is pretty small and full with different life forms, the same can't be said around the other ones around us. More of what it is needed to trigger such reaction as life.  

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Posted 21 February 2015 - 06:46 PM Edited by Marty McFly, 21 February 2015 - 06:46 PM.

I really think that somewhere out there, lifeforms, may it only be single cell organisms, exist. Do I think that those are ever able to communicate with us? No, distance too large and even if they could, I doubt we woud notice it or understand it as message. Do I believe in they crashed onto earth and caused Tunguska explosion or Roswell? No, honestly, if these guys have such high technology to travel such extreme distances, they are also able to create a failure-proof landing device and won't miscalculate earth's gravity or whatever the reason for the crash is/was.


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#290

Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by Doc Rikowski, 4 weeks ago.

According to a former Canadian defense minister they do: http://www.collectiv...ow-the-whistle/

Same opinion has former World Bank senior member: http://www.collectiv...money-religion/


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Posted 4 weeks ago

Cool sauce, bro. I'd take anything they say, or claim anyone else says, with an absolutely massive handful of salt. The fact that their source is an interview with RT speaks volumes; there have been, and are, numerous people in positions of power who believe outlandish things.
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Posted 4 weeks ago

I was just posting those links as a funny curiosity about the aliens topic. I do not believe aliens are among us (I do suppose they exist somewhere in the universe). I guess I should have made it clear in my previous post though. ;)

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Posted 4 weeks ago

According to a former Canadian defense minister they do: http://www.collectiv...ow-the-whistle/

Same opinion has former World Bank senior member: http://www.collectiv...money-religion/

 

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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by Midnight Hitman, 4 weeks ago.

Sure, i have one in my respect list.



Being serious, i don't think that ANY of the reports of ufo sightings, alien abductions , crop circles reports and such are real, i do however think that might be life on other far away worlds, being advanced civilizations or just wildlife.

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Posted 4 weeks ago

They found them!

Probably not but this is interesting. ;)

http://news.yahoo.co...-035329370.html
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Posted 4 weeks ago

aw sh*t.

 

time to invade Ceres.

clearly they're working on some kind of nuclear missile complex.

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Posted 2 weeks ago

i think the aliens exist , i believe the humans wasn't the only living creature on the universe.


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Posted 2 weeks ago

Seeing as how there are a billion other galaxies and our planet is so small, I wouldn't be surprised if other forms of life existed. Especially since we're close enough to an Alien disclosure.

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#299

Posted A week ago

i think the aliens exist , i believe the humans wasn't the only living creature on the universe.

 

BBC Wildlife totally agrees with you there.

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