posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 06:44 PM
Thanks Dave for another GREAT thread! The pictures were breathtaking!
Even if there had never been a single sighting, Roswell, or sci-fi books, movies or TV, I would still have to say yes, we are not alone. There are an
estimated billion billion (1,000,000,000,000,000,000) stars in the known universe. Now if there is only a 1 in a billion chance of life
occuring in a solar system, then there would be a billion planets with life on them. I happen to think that the odds are much better than that. In
my opinion, I think that if and when we finally figure out how to travel amongst the stars, we will discover that the universe is teeming with life.
Stands to reason that a good portion of that life would have evolved sufficiently to have achieved sentience, especially in systems as old or older
than our own.
Now add in observations made by those here of unexplained craft, including myself, and it seems undeniable. Those who deny such existance are just
expressing an egocentric need to be special, unique. Some for religious reasons and some because of the 'right brain' emphasis in our education
systems. It's the old "I've never seen it, so it does not exist" arguement. We tend to think that we are close to knowing it all, but in fact,
the culmative knowledge of mankind is the equivalent of a drop of water compared to all the water in all the oceans. In other words, we don't know
squat! But we're learning, and forums like this one enables us to share knowledge considered to be on the 'fringe'. Keep it up, my friends, keep