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This is interesting and something I didnt know ..Science and UFO peoples dont agree on their being life on other planets ?
Originally posted by yeti101
reply to post by round_eyed_dog
its interesting your the 3rd person to say a good reason why they would be visiting is becuase we're likely not alone. I dont know of any scientist not even the rare earthers think we are alone in the universe.
you make the leap of existing somehwere to visiting earth very easily.
lol no of course not. i just dont think anyone is visiting earth.
you think the greys are from mars? come on man EVERYONE knows theyre from zeta reticula
you need to brush up on your grey mythology
[edit on 26-8-2008 by yeti101]
Originally posted by Fastwalker81
Originally posted by Stockburn
I think the myth of aliens (greys) will be around for quite some time, some people refuse the truth and that it is impossible (as we know it), to travel from any solar system to another in a short time. Look at Voyager(s) , they just made it to the cusp outer edge of our solar system in 30 years.
So because we cannot travel to other solar systems in short time means nobody can?
If you were to somehow go 400 years back in time and claim you could fly from Londen to New York in less then 3 hours with more then 100 people at a time you would be burned at the stake.
Originally posted by kidflash2008
reply to post by yeti101
The idea that we are alone is egotistical at the very least.
1. Astronomers have discovered hundreds of exoplanets revolving around stars, some with more than one. Planets are very common.
2. As instruments get more sophisticated, Earth type planets will possibly be detected.
Originally posted by round_eyed_dogNow I'm not sure I believe that we are being visited by extraterrestrials per se, but I find it hard to believe so many people are lying or delusional as to having experienced nothing "out of the ordinary".