posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 05:05 PM
...some of the other posters have already pointed some of this out....but...
>If aliens are from a different solar system or galaxy
Why assume that they're from another solar system or galaxy? Might our visitation not be from another planet in our system? From inside the
planet? From an alternate dimension?
>then how do they travel such long distances to our planet?
Why assume that they do? Even if they're unable to exceeed the speed of light, there's no reason to assume that they actually have to cover all
of the distance betwen there and here.
>Even at the speed of light it would take hundreds or even
>thousands of years to get here.
Maybe they travel at the speed of light, but change the rate of passage of time? Maybe they're extremely long lived, and a few thousand years of
transit time isn't a big deal? Maybe we're in the middle of a massive galactic civilization, and this area was colonized eons ago, but we live on a
>So how do you think they get here?
Me personally? I suspect that they're not limited to to the same number of dimensions we are, in such a manner that the whole question of
"travel" is irrelevant.