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Monday, September 9, 2019

Space Aliens

Absence of Evidence is not Evidence of Absence

You can't prove a negative, so everyone's speculation on the existence of other intelligent life in the galaxy is equally valid. My sense is that it exists but that it is very distant. Or that it exists but choses (for whatever reason) not to reply to our "Hi, we're here!" messages. Maybe they exist in a different dimension of space-time?

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Jules - Never underestimate the power of a lizard.
Uchuck the TuchuckUnless the lizard experiences a Reptile Dysfunction.
Jules' lizard is faking hibernation to avoid confronting her wolf, Tex. I think that counts as Reptile Dysfunction...however, it may also shed light on the fate of the dinosaurs.
WSFAs a species, we arrogantly assume our little blue marble, and it's life forms, interest extraterrestrials. Or, they observe examples like Shillary and go, "Ugh, gross", and move on.
Yes, they could have watched Disney movies, broadcast into space many decades ago and they came to the conclusion that there was no intelligent life on Earth. This could have been reinforced if they did fly-by during the Hillary campaign. If you recall the Star Trek prophecies, we needed to develop warp speed technology before the Vulcans landed.
Jim - There are numerous theories about why nothing's been picked up. We could be living in a part of the galaxy where everyone in other solar systems aren't as advanced as we are and the really advanced civilizations are elsewhere, or perhaps we're just listening to the wrong frequency. I think perhaps aliens have picked up TV broadcasts of old movies and mistaken them for documentaries. Earth has never lost an interplanetary war. They fear us.
They may also fear us because of what their anal probing experiments reveled. Now, I can't even speculate on what those findings are but "Mayor Pete", who practices that same sort of probing might be an alien.
Millerized - https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1803/1803.08425.pdf First In, First Out. Great explanation.

“First in, last out” solution to theFermi Paradox: what if the first life that reaches interstellar travel capability necessarily eradicates all competition to fuel its own expansion.
So...when they arrive and give us a book called, "How to Serve Man" (Twilight Zone historical documentary), we should not rejoice?
OldAFSarge - There is also the possibility, however remote, that we are indeed alone. There is also the possibility that interstellar travel is, for whatever reason, impossible. We don't know what we don't know.
E=MC2 means that the faster you travel, the more massive you become...
Woodsterman - They're hiding.
Ancient Alien theorists speculate much the same way, same philosophy. It accounts for Kim Jong Un and Hillary. They're hiding among us.
LSP - SETI's not been very successful but there's a lot of UFOs. And Lambeth Palace.
Many people believe that Lambeth Palace, headquarters of the Church of England, is also the headquarters of space aliens in England in the same way that Chappequa, NY is their HQ in the USA. Their centers in Austin, Texas, Roswell, New Mexico, Groom Lake (Area 51), Nevada, Sedona, Arizona and San Francisco, California serve as embassies. I can't dispute it, LSP. There is signifiant evidence. San Francisco and Austin are centers for anal probing, and freakish experiments. Just look at the tragic results in the parades. Clearly not quite human anymore. Many of them migrate to Burning Man in the Nevada Desert, seasonally.

7 comments:

  1. It is just as probable, actually more probable, that we on Earth are a lucky mistake. So far, other 'earth' zone planets that have been found are double or triple our size, with most likely corresponding heavier gravity.

    Due to our planet being a dwarf in comparison, and in the right place at the right time with the right sun and right solar partners (Jupiter and Saturn doing a bang-up job of cleaning up planet killing comets and other space debris) we and other life have had a chance to occur.

    The stupid 'Drake Equation' which supposes that a small percentage of planets have produced or will produce life and also eventually intelligent life, is a lie of statistics. We only have this small blue ball to base any premise of planetary life on. At most, the 'Drake Equation' is a hypothesis, in reality not even that, more of a pre-hypothesis or a guess.

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    1. Yeah, the Drake Equation is just a GIGO machine, it pleases the sort of people who think that if you put something through a spreadsheet it outputs Ultimate Truth.

      -Kle.

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  2. Some think that UFOs are from another dimension(s) and some speculate they're visitors from the future.

    What would a being from another dimension look like? I think your infographic's pretty helpful on that score.

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  3. There is a great documentary, The Privileged Planet, that explains a lot of why we are located where we are in the universe.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmIc42oRjm8
    It is no small thing...
    There is no reason to not believe that we are the first and that we will be the ones exploring.

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  4. A quote attributed to cosmologist Carl Sagan was the phrase
    "The surest sign there is intelligent life elsewhere in the galaxy is that they have NOT contacted us."

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  5. Alien life speculation? Gives people something to do with time on their hands.

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