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If I was an alien, what would you ask me.

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 11:49 AM
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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 11:57 AM
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Originally posted by SolarE-Souljah
What happened to this thread!? The thread maker is letting me down big time.
It bums me out just a little bit.


Threadmaker got tired... Interstellar travel and stuff.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by the_grand_pooh-bah
1.what physical substances does your species place high value on?
no spiritual crap answer.cotton candy,uranium,kittens?

2.are you herbivore,carnivore,omnivore.I noticed your eyes are set forward as a predators would be.i warn you i taste horrible,i mean bad!

3.why do you call your home star by the same name we do?is this a coincidence or did you pass along the info to our science guys of the past.are you humoring us?what is it's real name?


1. Reeces Peeces silly.

2. Omnivorous of course. The burritos at home are better.

3. Seriously? We just call it Bob. My name? Buy me a drink 1st.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:05 PM
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Originally posted by franspeakfree
Why do you stand by idly and watch innocent human beings die at the hands of the corporations?

Why do you allow the elites to destroy a beautiful planet, through wars and combustible/carbon fuel exploration?

Why have you not allowed a single human being to take a decent clear picture of your craft.

If you come in peace why the hell do you psychologically mess with the consciousness of an abductee?

Do you believe in God?


1. Why do you stand idly by and watch the same thing?

2. Ditto. It's your planet. Fix it yourself. We aren't cosmic babysitters.

3. Most trailer park residents don't have high res cameras. It makes it really entertaining.

4. Again we really don't it's the whole trailer park thing.

5. God is in your television. We take a more agnostic approach to God. After thousands of years of interstellar travel we haven't found God's house yet. But common sense tells us everything comes from something.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:11 PM
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Originally posted by TailoredVagabond
1) What technology can we use to explore the galaxy like you?

2) Where do you come from?

3) How many other races have visited earth (and for how long)?

4) Are you sponge or stone?


Seriously, they would have alot of explaining to do with regards the agreements with governments, their history and what role they've played in our own history.

Good thread, S&F!


Although commonly perceived to be empty, interstellar space has a minuscule amount of hydrogen gas - at a density of about one or two atoms per cubic centimeter. Bussard’s idea is to scoop this gas up using electromagnetic force fields that extend outwards in front of the spacecraft. This field would need to be absolutely gigantic – upwards of 50,000 kilometers in diameter. Shipboard superconducting coils would steer interstellar gas towards the ship compressing it until the density was enough to produce usable fuel. In order to start this collection process the ship would already need substantial velocity – on the order of 3 to 4% light speed.

A Bussard ramjet could conceivably achieve a constant 1g acceleration that would allow the pilot to make very long journeys. To an Earthbound observer, such a ship would take hundreds of thousands of years to reach the center of the galaxy. But because of relativistic time dilation, only 20 years would pass for the crew on the ship. Imagine – just 20 years to the center of the galaxy! Of course, technical problems remain such as force field drag, shielding the crew from interstellar radiation and the ability to control fusion reactions.

Even farther off technically is the antimatter drive. When matter and antimatter come in to proximity, they annihilate each other releasing even more energy than fusion.

A fusion based propulsion unit could generate 100 trillion joules per kilo of fuel – respectable when considering that it would be 10 million times more efficient than chemical rockets. Matter-antimatter reactions, however, dwarf all other reactions. Imagine a drive could generate 20 quadrillion joules per kilo of reaction mass. That’s enough power form one kilo to supply the world’s needs for about 25 minutes.

Technical problems include lack of fuel – the world supply is a few dozen nanograms a year, fuel handling – you can easily predict the catastrophic results of an antimatter fuel accident - and reaction control.

All these technologies are as far away now as the atomic bomb was to Alfred Nobel – the inventor of TNT. That is to say, not very. We may see the beginnings of an interstellar spaceflight program before the end of the millennium. You will simply need a compelling reason.

2.Zeta Reticuli

3.Don't know wasn't my eon to keep track of it. Ask your government.

4.Silicon based. Carbon based life is for squares.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:13 PM
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Originally posted by Grey Magic
the only thing I would ask is when will humanity overcome this immaturity and star trek becomes reality?


does this question need more than one line?


Star Trek is reality. Cell phones, ion drives.... Hell your government has almost gone socialist. You guys are working on it faster than we ever imagined.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:17 PM
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1) Is S.E.T.I. working?

2) Did Voyager accomplish it's mission?

3) Are we related to each other?



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:18 PM
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Originally posted by SuperSlovak
id ask you to stop posting in ats cause you make us look bad maybe go abduct some cows or something.


Really? Some people took the exercise quite seriously. Which was interesting in itself. Some people used it for a needed dose of humor in their lives. Either way I doubt the opinion of one poster would make the entirety of ATS bad especially if you look at some of the other content said person contributed. Everything need not be completely serious. Besides I think the hordes of people claiming Aliens gave them an anal probe or that little green men raped me and made me watch public access programming do far more to damage the reputability of the UFO community.

So my advice would be to read the directions, ask a question rather than an instruction. Relax.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by yak055h
reply to post by DrJay1975
 


1) Is S.E.T.I. working?

2) Did Voyager accomplish it's mission?

3) Are we related to each other?


1-Seti's goals were to to prove the viability and practicality of the 'distributed grid computing' concept, and
to do useful scientific work by supporting an observational analysis to detect intelligent life outside Earth. The 1st succeeded entirely. As for the 2nd, to this date SETI has picked up 4 interesting candiates which aren't easily explained as space noise. But ET hasn't phoned home yet.

2. If you mean exploring the Heliopause then yes.

3. In the sense that we all came from the same source.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:35 PM
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What have your people found as the meaning of life?

Will you teach secrets of the universe that are untouched, unused, or unknown to mankind?

Can you help save and protect our planet?



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 12:56 PM
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1. Why have you not confirmed me as a friend on facebook?
2. How do i unfriend somebody on facebook?
3. How would you like to make $1,600 a day working from home?



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 02:25 PM
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Originally posted by DrJay1975

Originally posted by yak055h
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1-Seti's goals were to to prove the viability and practicality of the 'distributed grid computing' concept, and
to do useful scientific work by supporting an observational analysis to detect intelligent life outside Earth. The 1st succeeded entirely. As for the 2nd, to this date SETI has picked up 4 interesting candiates which aren't easily explained as space noise. But ET hasn't phoned home yet.

2. If you mean exploring the Heliopause then yes.

3. In the sense that we all came from the same source.


Thanks for the reply Doc, I appreciate the detail re: #1 but because I'm asking a question face-to-whatever I think that instead of phoning it decided to drop by instead.

I realize that V1's sails could be limp but we had to have put a bumper sticker on that sucker; "our peoples are honor students at Earth High" with a return address in hopes that someone will find it.


I blew my chance with the last question. If it were to give me a do-over I would ask if we were direct descendants.

Peace.........yak055h



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 02:57 PM
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Which star system is closest to the edge of the universe "if any"?

What type of material can be mined from neutron stars?
IF A SWISS CHEESE EFFECT BEGAN TO OCCURE IN THE UNIVERSE everywhere REVEALING WHAT IS OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSE in small spherical circular portions unable to be modified or passed thru WOULD THIS HELP DEFINE THE true creators abilities?



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 02:58 PM
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Did ET ever make it home?

He was killing me with his long distance phone charges.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 04:29 PM
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1. EM or Ion Drive?

2. More than 10 dimensions? Yes or No.

3. E=mc2 wrong? E=tc2 right? or are they both wrong?



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 04:39 PM
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1. Do any alien species fart? (Ignoring Humans as we are aliens in your eyes)

2. What is the most "common" otherwordly breakfast medium?

3. Has Tiger had any interaction with these tall blondes that visit earth?

Some of the most important questions you could ever ask a space traveller ....




[edit on 21-1-2010 by ainsley]
Changed a Q.

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 07:34 PM
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Have you ever been caught masturbating?
Would you accept money for sex?
Have you ever been caught masturbating dammit???

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posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 10:04 PM
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DrJalien, you need to get caught up on answering all the questions. You started the thread, you must now take responsibility for answering all the queries that people have.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 08:27 PM
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question 1: would u like a cup of tea?
question2: would u like sugar with that?
question3: would u like a biscuit with that tea?

we have to show these aliens we are a civilised race.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 05:18 PM
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How are ya?

Is there a fractal communication gap between us (i.e. Would it be beneficial to either of us to enter into conversation?)?

Ever hear of "The Domain"?

Now to read the thread. I'm sure it's gonna be good. S&F



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