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How do they control extreme technology?

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posted on Sep, 14 2006 @ 10:43 PM
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Maybe I should have phrased it as "beyond current known spiritual capabilties". I've heard of remote viewing projects as far as Mars, but i have not (and I could be wrong) seen any evidence of remote viewing farther than that. That's where I think the possible Alien-Human Hybrid or manipulated DNA would come in. Heck, it could also be some kind of CPU implanted that interacts with the craft technology.




posted on Sep, 14 2006 @ 10:53 PM
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The remote viewing thing reminded me of something.


The reason they don't crash into things could be two fold.

1. An unmanned expolration probe, using high powered EMF
generaotrs, or even force fields, go's to a new solar system,
it sepnds a month or two there and monitors all the in-system
objects, there orbit, speed, rotation that kind of stuff, and brings
/sends the information back to there homeworld/base of operat-
ions.

Than when the other ships reach there, they don't have to do lots
of complex time consuming scanning, they just have a computer
that extrapulates the current poition of everything from the pro-
be data.

Of course I think it's either some kind of space-warping drive or
Hyperdrive that is used for Interstellar travel, so they would'nt
have to worry about hitting things in deep space.



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 01:19 AM
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what if..(just a theory) the technology that the aliens possess isn't a extreme as it seems?
what if the aliens are from our own solar system? who uses technology a bit more advanced than ours?

Who is to say that only earth harbors inteligent life amongts the other 8 planets? how can we be so sure of this if we ourselves have not visited them. (except mars?)




[edit on 15-9-2006 by AwakenedOne]



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 01:20 AM
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remote-viewing eh? i believe i remote viewed an alien once or twice, spoke to it with our minds. it could have all been a dream in a deep meditation of mine, but it said it was coming to get me but it would take 20 days....and behold 20 days later i had one strange dream...or maybe it wasnt a dream, but i did wake up suprised.
but why would it take something so advanced 20 days to get here?



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 04:59 PM
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Originally posted by AwakenedOne
what if..(just a theory) the technology that the aliens possess isn't a extreme as it seems?
what if the aliens are from our own solar system? who uses technology a bit more advanced than ours?

Who is to say that only earth harbors inteligent life amongts the other 8 planets? how can we be so sure of this if we ourselves have not visited them. (except mars?)


Well, if there was any other intelligent life that originated here,
it would have to be between10million and 3billion years old.

Earth is the only planet that life can flourish to the extent to allow
sentience.

It may be that there is microbial life on Mars, and primitve fish like
creatures on Europa, but life could'nt survive to the point we have
anywhere else in ou solar system.

Oh, and that would be the other 7 planets, Pluto's technically an
asteroid now.



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 06:37 PM
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Originally posted by iori_komei
Earth is the only planet that life can flourish to the extent to allow sentience.

Got some proof?
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Note...that was an underhanded insult not worthy of ATS.

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[edit on 15-9-2006 by masqua]



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 07:18 PM
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As can be seen in the rest of my post, I meant Earth was
the only place in our solar system that life can flourish to
the extent it has.



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 11:28 PM
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Isnt it true that scientist have been uncovering over 200 new planets from different solar systems? most being giant balls of gas like satern and all, its not impossible to have a planet identical to ours out there, and whos to say these beings are not from another dimension where they live on this same planet but its completely different because its enhabited by them...im just throwing stuff out there, what do you think?
~Kiliker



posted on Sep, 15 2006 @ 11:53 PM
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Currently I believe we've discovered 187 planets, and 1-2 asteroids.

But yes it is likely that there are planets orbiting other stars that have
planets that are life bearing, and there is most likely atleast a few
where sentience has arisen.

I'm not going to make a guess at how many high-tech civilizations are
out there, but I'm willing to bet there are a few hudred sentient species
in our galaxy.



posted on Sep, 16 2006 @ 01:30 AM
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Originally posted by iori_komei

Originally posted by AwakenedOne
what if..(just a theory) the technology that the aliens possess isn't a extreme as it seems?
what if the aliens are from our own solar system? who uses technology a bit more advanced than ours?

Who is to say that only earth harbors inteligent life amongts the other 8 planets? how can we be so sure of this if we ourselves have not visited them. (except mars?)



Earth is the only planet that life can flourish to the extent to allow
sentience.



To our scientific understanding, perhaps..but how much do really really know
in comparison to what is truly out there?

I'd be a believer but earth has barely scratched the surface with missions to
other planets in out very own solar system. What we consider unhabitable in
certain conditions could be the exact opposite on other planets within its range
that could show possiblilities of intelligent life.

just a thought.

[edit on 16-9-2006 by AwakenedOne]



posted on Sep, 16 2006 @ 01:36 AM
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I did'nt notice I wrote it like that, what I meant is that it's the only
one in our solar system.

I doubt anything beyond primitive life exists anywhere in our solar
system, atleast that originates here.



posted on Sep, 17 2006 @ 03:29 PM
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becuase it isnt like our planet and cant from what we know" sustain life" doesnt mean that other life forms have adapted to this way and arnt living on these other planets.



posted on Sep, 17 2006 @ 04:02 PM
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True, but we can make basic assumptions.

Mars, in my opinion could only have microscopic to plakton sized life
on it, simply due to that to host large animals you neeed highly com-
plex ecosystems, and Mars is not a complex-life friendly place.

Europa could hold fish-equivalent life approaching the size of Salmon,
but I doubt there are sentient beings there.

Mercury is a vaccuum that swings from one temperature extreme to
another, so the only life that could exist there would be extrem extrem-
ophile bacteria.

Venus may have life, though because of it's incredible surface pressure,
I'm not so sure.

The rest of the planets are not capable of supporting life of any kind,
except perhaps Pluto that may have extreophile bacteria.



posted on Sep, 17 2006 @ 04:16 PM
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but these are just the things we know of..we might not discovered yet the possiblity that there is more then just bacteria able to live on these surfaces...maybe there are beings who have complex structures able to hold these enviroments



posted on Sep, 18 2006 @ 12:31 AM
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Good Point...

Evolution here does not have to be the same as evolution on Mars. Personally, I think there is more life on Mars than we think, but the life cycle on Mars probably would not be the same as here.



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