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originally posted by: Chrisfishenstein
a reply to: Quantum_Squirrel
Does this prove that life exists elsewhere? ( in my opinion the Universe is probably littered with life)
Yep, littered with life! Everywhere besides the observable universe that we can see....Believe me, I want to see an alien as much as the next person but the universe is by no means "littered" with alien life....We can't find any and we are searching pretty far out there from where we are currently!
originally posted by: WarminIndy
originally posted by: Mr Headshot
When the stars are right they wiliaiashubthulhu yog sothoth and stuff
Calling the old ones to come back?
LOL, I know that one.
originally posted by: Quantum_Squirrel
I do not know this and its been confusing me since you posted it .. anyone wanna let me in on the reference ? lol
originally posted by: stirling
Red Rain in India.....Kerala phenomenon....
Wasn't that also billed as organics from space??
If debunked yet......... im not sure bout that......
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
Define "Alien"; define "Life". Any debate about Mankind's search for extraterrestrial life really needs to be further bounded. What Mankind has been searching for to date has largely been 'biological life embodied in a physical state'. E.T. might not be biological or embodied in a physical state. In fact, the chances are he likely isn't.
When a celestial body is dismissed as not being able to support 'Life' because it is missing one of the basic building blocks, such a statement really needs to be much further qualified, but rarely is. More accurately, the statement really should say...'it is not able to support Life, as we understand it, because it is missing one (or more) of the basic building blocks necessary for biological life to exist in a physical state'.
In essence mankind is searching for something he understands, but not E.T. in the broader sense. This makes sense to a degree because it is very difficult to search for something you don't understand, or when you don't know what you're looking for.
Simply put; we don't know what we don't know.