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How close are we really to finding alien Life

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posted on Apr, 25 2018 @ 08:35 PM
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If we find any, it will be microorganisms. Any intelligent beings out there, might have found us, but we are to stupid, violent, destructive, and a to damn retarded species, to be worthy of any intelligent contact.

Would you try to speak to a T-Rex? If they do want some form of contact with us, they will go straight to the queen bee, and let the rest of us retarded worker bees alone.

We, as a species, cant even accept ourself for what we are - not only are we destroying EVERYTHING around us, but we cant even stop killing each other, and our excuses for doing so are extremely retarded! Everything we do as a species, are so effing retarded.


I think most other species on this planet, would have a higher chance of getting contact with aliens - we are just to stupid




posted on Apr, 26 2018 @ 01:35 AM
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Ha John Parkes , into 'black goo'/Oil and aliens/Extra Terrestial Life .
Like that other guy at the Naval ordinance lab 'John Bardeen'.
Were would aliens go in 47 ? NITI N.O.L
Poor William Caswell such a golden boy, Maybe Raytheon will find Aliens if one day they run out of profit to make from wars.


You assume that 'we will find them , and the public is told of their existance by CNN' instead of 'they already found us and couldn't care less because humans are infected by the elite that is using their willingly given tech against earths population'

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posted on Apr, 26 2018 @ 02:30 AM
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The Pak species In Protector, we learn that humans are descended from the Pak. Pak Children and Breeders appear in Earth's fossil record as Homo habilis; the few Pak Protectors to make it to Earth apparently are not found in the fossil record. The Pak species goes through three stages of development: Child, Breeder and Protector. Pak Child is analogous to a human child: sexually immature and dependent upon adults for survival. Pak Breeder is analogous to a human adult: sexually mature, self-sufficient (in later writings) and provides immediate care for the children. To the Pak, the Breeder stage, though capable of space travel, is not deemed fully sentient; Breeders, to a large extent, rely on Protectors for long-term survival. Earlier Niven stories describe the breeder as "just intelligent enough to swing a club or throw a stone." Pak Protector is not analogous to any human form. It is described as a 'fighting machine,' with armor-like skin, super-human strength and super-human intelligence. Niven's stories that focus on the Pak mostly concentrate on the unique Protector-stage. Niven explained the evolution of the Pak as resulting from high radiation levels on their home world near the core of the galaxy. The high radiation near the star-dense core caused severe mutations that can destabilize the evolutionary process. As a result, the Pak evolved a mechanism to eliminate dangerous mutations from the population. That mechanism is the protector stage. Protectors are highly sensitive to the smell of their close relatives and "weed out" those that smell wrong, which may indicate a potentially dangerous mutation. This weeding also suppressed positive mutations, essentially halting Pak evolution. Protectors are fully sentient, and are far more intelligent than ordinary humans. However, this superior intelligence only serves a Pak Protector's instincts to protect its bloodline at any costs. The change from Breeder to Protector is the result of a peramorphic transformation brought about by the plant known as Tree-of-Life. As humans (and all primates) are descended from the Pak, Tree-of-Life can create a Protector-stage human.
Any of you read Protector by Larry Niven?

Thisspok?

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posted on Apr, 26 2018 @ 02:34 AM
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We are aliens.

How else can we explain the state of the world?

Aliens suck.




posted on Apr, 26 2018 @ 03:47 AM
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Are you speaking of Extraterrestrial Life as in intelligent ? Or just Extraterrestrial life ? Fairly difficult to find a amoeba on a planet circling Alpha Centauri , don't ya know.
Did you mean inside this solar system ? Extraterrestrial usually means outside of this Solar System.



posted on Apr, 26 2018 @ 04:10 AM
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Never forget the spirit of existence



posted on Apr, 26 2018 @ 10:15 AM
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How close are we really to finding Extra Terrestrial Life.



very close.

Its almost guaranteed we will find it in our own Solar system in the coming decades.



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 11:13 AM
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Proof of alien life is but a Wal-Mart away




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