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Does Alien Exist

  1. Yes (185 votes [61.67%])

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  2. No (32 votes [10.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 10.67%

  3. Maybe (83 votes [27.67%])

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Posted 15 February 2011 - 01:39 AM

QUOTE (The-Prince @ Feb 14 2011, 13:12)
you must know that USA plays the game with us, they wan't you to think it's UFO or aliens to hide the reality of secret weapons.
+ it was Nazis who had the first flying saucer, after nazis fall in 1945, USA and URSS took their projects, plans and scientistes. till now, it is Top Secret cool.gif

Ha, a game. You're more delusional now than you were at 14, I must say. I wouldn't say that America has invented the story of aliens in order to hide "secret weapons," but rather that aliens simply aided in the denial of such weapons. Also, I do not believe that any current technology is derived from that "first flying saucer," though we did retrieve a great deal of information from Nazi experiments.

By the way, when you say that God tells you that he only created us and the "jinn," do you mean that he told you that directly or that it was written in scripture by man? Is there not the possibility that man fabricated the scripture without consent from God? Sorry to trouble you my Muslim friend but could you ask God to directly state to us a message that disproves the existence of aliens? Otherwise, there is no concrete proof to support your claim.

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Posted 15 February 2011 - 02:37 AM

Imagine living on a tiny island, and knowing the size of the world, with all the land, and the oceans and saying 'There's no way that there's anything else in this world but the life on this tiny island.' It's not only ignorant to think that, but impossible for there not to be. It was last week that they've found 40 planets the same distance from the sun as ours, very capable of supporting life, and that's like looking from your houe to your neighbour's window in comparison to the size of the Universe. We're no the only tiny planet with life, just as Britian isn't the only tiny island with people on. At one point, that's what they thought. There's still tribes in the rainforest who think that they're the only people around, because they have no means to travel to anywhere else with humans. imagine once people first invented ships that could cross the atlantic and discover the American natives. When Extra terrestrials find the means to travel the void of space and find us. Instead of AD and BC, it will be Before Contact and After Contact.

We look back to when we people thought they were the only ones on their island and laugh. One day, they'll look back and say, remember when we thought we were the only people in the Universe? They're out there...

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Posted 15 February 2011 - 04:33 PM

You do realize the fact we are even here is highly unlikely. If the dinosaurs hadn't been killed off 65 million years ago, mammals probably wouldn't have ever evolved.

While I would like to hope there is some other intelligent life out there, the odds are almost against it.

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Posted 16 February 2011 - 08:25 PM

QUOTE (Skins @ Feb 15 2011, 22:03)
While I would like to hope there is some other intelligent life out there, the odds are almost against it.

Odds of there being intelligent life other than us or odds of us ever finding them? If it's the former, then I have to disagree.

The universe is too vast for the Earth to be the only planet supporting some sort of life. The only reason we're even discussing this is because we have no proof of extra-terrestrial life and getting one in the near future seems to be a far fetched idea considering our limitations of space travel. Even if there's life out there somewhere, it's only logical to think that their technology isn't as advanced as we would like to think it would be, or else, they would have probably found us by now. But then again, irrespective of the existence of any such technology, the probability of discovering another planet with life amongst the millions of planets and stars spread across multiple galaxies and universes is almost close to zero.

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 07:28 PM


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Posted 17 February 2011 - 08:00 PM

QUOTE (The-Prince @ Feb 17 2011, 19:28)

You've already posted that crap in another thread. Please.

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 08:41 PM

i never posted that

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 09:36 PM

QUOTE (The-Prince @ Feb 17 2011, 20:41)
i never posted that

Oh, it was the-king. Sorry, had you two confused.

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 11:40 PM

QUOTE (sivispacem @ Feb 17 2011, 21:36)
QUOTE (The-Prince @ Feb 17 2011, 20:41)
i never posted that

Oh, it was the-king. Sorry, had you two confused.

it's ok ^^

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Posted 17 February 2011 - 11:42 PM

QUOTE (The-Prince @ Feb 17 2011, 11:28)

What's your point? It's lazy to let a YouTube video do the talking for you. yawn.gif

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 12:13 AM

i already talked, page 3

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 04:22 AM

And I answered, page 4, first post. Let's continue the discussion from there.

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Posted 27 February 2011 - 01:48 AM

Just imagine that in other Galaxy's, there is an Earth, with humans just like us (Parallel Universe theory) and in the future when we find out how to get to them, we can go to different Earth's let alone different countries tounge.gif

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Posted 27 February 2011 - 02:03 AM

QUOTE (Piperka @ Feb 27 2011, 02:48)
Just imagine that in other Galaxy's, there is an Earth, with humans just like us (Parallel Universe theory) and in the future when we find out how to get to them, we can go to different Earth's let alone different countries tounge.gif

If it's a parallel universe then it's not a different galaxy. Universes ain't galaxies (lol).

And even if parallel universes did exist, I highly doubt that our species would ever reach one; f*ck, we'll never even reach a different solar system.

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 09:30 PM

THEY SURE DO EXIST! One night I was bored and I went to sit in my back yard looking up in the sky. I saw a yellow ring and then it was coming closer! and I say little green things dancing and they were talking in a in different languages.. like grumble... I don't believe I was high that night but I midht have been drund when I traveled the moon and saw them dancing on the moon. Not too long ago.

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 12:53 AM

Pics or it didn't happen. This particular forum ain't the place for April Fools jokes.

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 07:10 AM

QUOTE (Adler @ Apr 4 2011, 06:23)
Pics or it didn't happen. This particular forum ain't the place for April Fools jokes.

It really doesn't take more than a single brain cell to know that he's lying. wink.gif

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 08:57 AM

QUOTE (Adler @ Apr 4 2011, 01:53)
Pics or it didn't happen. This particular forum ain't the place for April Fools jokes.

Come on, that post was dripping with sarcasm there was a puddle. sigh.gif

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 09:24 PM

I like to think that we, the Human Race, are not alone in this massive universe. Besides it would be plain stupid if out of all of the many planets and universes there are that we are the only living organisms.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 02:16 PM

QUOTE (AlexGTAGamer @ Apr 4 2011, 22:24)
I like to think that we, the Human Race, are not alone in this massive universe. Besides it would be plain stupid if out of all of the many planets and universes there are that we are the only living organisms.

I dont know if aliens exist elsewhere but I sometimes wonder what we think we might do if we did communicate with them. The most we could do is compare knowledge and where would this lead?I dont think we could ever conquer the universe in our present physical state the boundary between us and the galaxies are insurmountable.


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Posted 05 April 2011 - 06:40 PM

QUOTE (johnny_zoo @ Apr 5 2011, 15:16)
The most we could do is compare knowledge and where would this lead?I dont think we could ever conquer the universe in our present physical state the boundary between us and the galaxies are insurmountable.

Okay, this made me think.

Can I point out two things?

1. Scale. How would creatures that evolved entirely seperate from us or our planets influence scale to us in terms of size? How big or small could a being as such be? Not to mention how absurd and impossible their appearance would be due to a different evolutionary path.
2. How would we ever communicate or share ideas? Our brains and bodies would have developed so differently we may never be able to understand each other.


There's infinite possibilities out there.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 07:42 PM

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The Universe is eternally large. It has no end. And we, humans, and the planet Earth, are such a small fraction of it, it's incalculable.

Basically, imagine if the universe was the size of our Earth. Our galaxy wouldn't even be a dust speck.

What are the odds of intelligent life NOT being out there?

Unless you have something to back up your theory, the Universe is not infinit according to nowadays theories.

Bring them to me please.
The universe is expanding faster than we will ever be able to travel so - infinite.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 07:48 PM

It has been theoretically determined that, from the amount of dark matter and dark energy in the universe, the universe is indeed finite in area. Although the size of the universe is finite, it is boundless. To demonstrate this, the balloon analogy is most often used, where the universe would be the surface of the balloon. As the balloon inflates, the area increases, but stays finite. Also, the balloon has no edge, and there is no "center ofexpansion" therefore the balloon is boundless. The only thing differing in this analogy is that the universe is a three-dimensional boundless surface, rather than the two-dimensional surface of the balloon. The Universe's size as far as we can tell is at least 14.3billion light years across, because that is the last scattering surface of light from the big bang, and which is, with present-day instruments, impossible to see past that distance.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 08:30 PM

QUOTE (Josh @ Apr 5 2011, 19:48)
It has been theoretically determined that, from the amount of dark matter and dark energy in the universe, the universe is indeed finite in area. Although the size of the universe is finite, it is boundless. To demonstrate this, the balloon analogy is most often used, where the universe would be the surface of the balloon. As the balloon inflates, the area increases, but stays finite. Also, the balloon has no edge, and there is no "center ofexpansion" therefore the balloon is boundless. The only thing differing in this analogy is that the universe is a three-dimensional boundless surface, rather than the two-dimensional surface of the balloon. The Universe's size as far as we can tell is at least 14.3billion light years across, because that is the last scattering surface of light from the big bang, and which is, with present-day instruments, impossible to see past that distance.

That's even a worse theory than the first one.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 08:40 PM

QUOTE (Kratos2000 @ Apr 5 2011, 20:42)
Bring them to me please.
The universe is expanding faster than we will ever be able to travel so - infinite.

If it was infinite, then it wouldn't be capable of expanding.
As Josh says, boundless, but finite.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 08:55 PM

QUOTE (d0mm2k8 @ Apr 5 2011, 19:40)
QUOTE (johnny_zoo @ Apr 5 2011, 15:16)
The most we could do is compare knowledge and where would this lead?I dont think we could ever conquer the universe in our present physical state the boundary between us and the galaxies are insurmountable.

Okay, this made me think.

Can I point out two things?

1. Scale. How would creatures that evolved entirely seperate from us or our planets influence scale to us in terms of size? How big or small could a being as such be? Not to mention how absurd and impossible their appearance would be due to a different evolutionary path.
2. How would we ever communicate or share ideas? Our brains and bodies would have developed so differently we may never be able to understand each other.


There's infinite possibilities out there.

I assumed that the intelligent life would be similar to us in form and shape and intelligence, whether we could communicate I doubt with "animal like" life forms especially if didnt have emotions similar to us.


Anyway we dont stop to think making ourselves known to intelligent life out there maybe foolish and dangerous. How do we know they will have good intentions toward us? Or we have good intentions toward them? I can gurantee that we would end up warring with them given enough time. We can barely get along with each other on this planet.

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 09:27 PM

Depends on the differences in technology how our relations with aliens will be. If aliens are a threat to the survival of mankind however, we'll probably unite to fight against them. We wouldn't let ourselves become decimated over the petty issues that we have today. tounge.gif

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Posted 06 April 2011 - 09:15 AM

Why does everyone imagine that they are more advanced than us? It could very well be the oposite.

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Posted 06 April 2011 - 02:55 PM

QUOTE (Toup @ Apr 6 2011, 10:15)
Why does everyone imagine that they are more advanced than us? It could very well be the oposite.

If they are less advanced than us, then they won't be able to contact us.

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Posted 06 April 2011 - 03:15 PM

In a more philosophical sense, I think that if a race of advanced beings did in fact make contact with us, we would not be able to infer their reasoning in any way, unless all organisms develop under the same evolutionary chain. Still, if that's the case then we can assume their here to take something from us, and that doesn't sound too merry either tounge.gif




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