Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by ThemDangMartians, Jun 6, 2017.
An undigested piece of cheese? .
Can there really be any serious doubt about other life existing outside of our puny little planet. Its a certainty.
...you know something Haley....now that Irving has been suspended for 4 games....I wish more-an-more that the real "Charles Haley" was on the D line this season....just a thought!...
Things are great GW..Haley or a Haley is just the medizine the Defense needs. That kind of nasty, vicious bastid is what the defense has been missing for yrs...never mind the potheads...they need a whisky drinker.
Its always good to see you here and posting!!
No religious posts people
...Suddenly I feel very cold!...
Scientists have stated the chances of there being another lifeform out there that is the level of intellect of a human is slim to none. The most likely life out there is some kind of microscopic organisms.
Even finding a planet that is like Earth has a small chance of actually existing.
UFOs, most likely, do not exist. A lot of what was going on in the 1950s was government propaganda and a society watching/listening/reading too much sci-fi at the time.
Yes they are real, and not all are alien. All UFO means is unidentified flying object. So if it is flying and you cannot identify exactly what it is, it is a UFO, be it Earthen in origin or not.
I do believe in extra-terrestrials. I do not believe they are all little green men. We are one galaxy in a huge universe. Every galaxy has to have at least 1 Earth-type planet, if not more.
...I think I heard that they found over 2900 Earth like planets in our own galaxy alone!...in the vastness of the known universe,...I'm sure that number must also be vast!....potential for intelligent life!???.....I guess one could use the famous "Drake Equation" to come up with a number.
Unidentified Flying Objects do not exist most likely? So every object in the skies can be identified?
...in so many words I've stated before...IMMHO...If they truly exist...then it wouldn't matter whether we believe in them or not.....now would it!...
Aliens and UFOs are real as can be. The aliens probably look like this
That's why we need to start training an United Earth Defense Force and work on advanced body armor and exoskeletons so we can defend the human race against these evil aliens. I'm getting mad just typing this, I better go train. Laterzzz
what scientists? I have read statements from a lot of them that very much disagree with that.
There are at this time an estimated 700 BILLION stars in the Galaxy.
For anyone to think we are the epitome of civilization is LAUGHABLE.
Let's break this down
Out of all those stars, the chances of there being another Earth isn't all that high. This isn't saying there ISN'T another planet similar to Earth, but one that supports life in the way Earth does? It's low. I don't think you understand how random it was for Earth to position itself near perfectly (it's still not perfect) to the point it can allow life to thrive on it.
Let's just say that this Earth has life in the way of trees/grass/organisms. Now you are looking into something else, the chances of sentient beings popping up on an already low chance of an Earth (Look into how life came to be on Earth, or at least theories, another extremely random and lucky for us incident)
But let's pretend somewhere out there, there is an Earth-like planet with sentient beings. Planet Earth which has been around for billions of years, that has countless different species/organisms, after extinction after extinction, has ONE species that has ever reached our intellectual capacity. Only our distant cousins are anywhere close to us.
Maybe there is another Earth-like planet out there - but the chances there is some hi-tech civilization on the brink of breaking interstellar space travel is low.
... I'm so confused now!...
...The 70th Anniversary of the Roswell Incident:
On July 8, 1947, Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) public information officer Walter Haut issued a press release stating that personnel
from the field's 509th Operations Group had recovered a "flying disc", which had crashed on a ranch near Roswell.
The military decided to conceal the true purpose of the Project Mogul crashed device – a nuclear test monitoring balloon – and
instead inform the public that the crash was of a weather balloon. Later that day, the press reported that Commanding General of the
Eighth Air Force Roger Ramey had stated that a weather balloon was recovered by the RAAF personnel.
A press conference was held, featuring debris (foil, rubber and wood) said to be from the crashed object, which matched the weather
balloon description. Historian Robert Goldberg wrote that the intended effect was achieved: "the story died the next day". Subsequently,
the incident faded from the attention of UFO enthusiasts for more than 30 years... "Happy birthday you little freaking aliens!"