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Originally posted by Masisoar
You can't expect an extraterrestrial being that crashed on Earth, injured, to survive in our biosphere.
Originally posted by amigo
And you know this how? Are you an expert in Exobiology from a University of Centauri Prime? Please...
I am not saying the Terra Papers are real because I wasn't there in 1947, but they are a piece of something (evidence, hoax...whatever, it still has some value).
Common sense and logic dictates that if you had proof that an ET could not survive in our biosphere, then we would also have a proof that ETs exist. When I say "proof" I mean honest to God undeniable knowledge, not a belief or a feeling or any other superstition based "evidence" which is really ignorance of the knowledge itself (or lack there of).
Originally posted by ElectroMagnetic Multivers
as for Masisoar, up to you what you choose or choose not to believe is you business, but I found this "People, please THINK before you just consider stuff. You want to hold these anti-government, conspiracy mindsets but you don't look at the obvious." to be particuarly offensive, because you don't agree with me or other people on this topic, doesn't mean we don't THINK, just that we are open to stranger possibilities than you, and please enlighten me, what is the most obvious answer? that we were created by a bearded guy 6000 years ago? or that it took us billions of years to evolve to a quasi intelligent being, and couple of hundred thousand years to evolve into a fully fledged civilization capable of space travel? something don't add up to me, so I look for other 'obvious' answers.
Originally posted by Learner
On 3rd page (including cover) page it is said that Morning Sky's grandfatther was one of the six young Indian rescuers. What age would that make the grandfather. A young Indian, I would have thought, would be maybe 18 years old maximum. So if the alien came in 1947, it would be 1965 maybe for the author’s father to old enough to have children (i.e. authors father is now 18 also). So, he now goes and has a child (the author) who goes to college at what age…. say 18.
So that brings us to the year 1983. But the author says he enrolled in university in the late sixties.
For the author to go to college in 1969 he father would have to have fathered him at 12, and the author would then be 12 in 1969 (24 years between 1947 and 1969).
Am I missing something here???
Originally posted by Leviatano
I must say though why..WHY is there always a war going on in space? for having such peaceful beings (sometimes) they sure like to blast each other...You'd think they'd be gone :p
Originally posted by Roper
I did read most of the " Terra Papers" and I did not read most of the posts. Star Wars influence here along with some Star Gate.
Could be made into a trilogy movie?
The papers are just someone artistic mind going off.
Originally posted by MasisoarI enjoyed your lecture but it doesn't take someone with a degree in "Exobiology" to make the same comment.
Don't be ignorant, there are tons of bacteria out there/viruses etc that we're immune to, that would cause anyone not from this Earth to become horribly ill and die.
There's a reason evolution happens, Amigo.
Originally posted by amigo
Once again you go on to post unsubstantiated things, this time about other non-Earth (ET) entities being affected by our Earthly bacteria and virii.