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A Theorists Spectrum Of Thoughts

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posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 04:30 PM
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Thoughts...

When one thinks about life and the amazing possibilites, its hard not to be taken back. There are 6.6 million people currently inhabiting this planet, yet many do not realize that they are sharing it with the ESTIMATED 5 to 100 million other different species. Now keeping this in mind, with the virtually limitless range of creatures, Could you deny the existence of highly evolved and advanced Extra-Terrestrials? Millions can and millions can't. Now if one were to use the Earth as a base model for this experiment, based on the fluctuation of life alone on this planet, one would have to realize that any "solid" evidence explaining Et's existence would not even be valid. Now i'm not saying that they can't be explained or don't exist, but that life is so diverse on this planet alone and so complex, one would have to have no brain at all to believe that we live in a giant empty blackness called space. The ecosystem on Earth alone as i said before is so complex and diverse all the while evolving over time, that to think space isn't a giant ecosystem is rediculous. The planets, the stars, other galaxies, our species and the endless others would all have to be interconnected somehow just to explain the diversity of Earth. So basically the main point of this in a nutshell was to explain that no matter what your view on the ET phenomenon / Other forms of life, the chance that an advanced organism such as ourselves exists elsewhere in this solar system or galaxy is about as likely as human beings having to eat.
-Mr. ReD




posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 04:58 PM
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There are 6.6 million people currently inhabiting this planet


Make that 6.6 billion.




one would have to have no brain at all to believe that we live in a giant empty blackness called space.


Yes it seems a bit counter-intuitive, however not brainless. Theoretical scientists predict that our universe might not be so special at all. There could be a limitless amount of universe's popping in and out of existence in a vast realm dubbed the multiverse. What the criteria is for the creation of a universe is anybodys guess. Still, if you assume there are trillions of universes, then it's possible some of them are devoid of life while others might have a great deal of intelligent life.



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