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If the universe is swarming with life, they're doing a REALLY good job at hiding.
Originally posted by bigdaddy7ftr
My first sighting was in March 1997, knows as the infamous "Phoenix Lights" here in Arizona, as I watched a gigantic triangular shaped craft with a wingspan of approximately a mile, fly over my head completely silently and without arising any fear within me as I watched it.
It means that you are not willing to face the fact that even though what you believe might be true, you have no evidence either way for either argument...
I wouldn't call you stupid for not believing in God. I would simply say that, in my perception (of course), you obviously don't have enough experience with God to understand His existence...
So because of my experience with Him, I can tell you He does. But you could never believe my testimony.
Even IF you yourself had absolutely seen any form of extra-terrestrial - especially ones that are performing technology feats such as flying saucers - I wouldn't believe just your testimony. I would need to see it for myself.
I generally avoid E.T. forums because I know personally many people who believe in "E.T." and I have a hard time relating to their personalities... mainly because I smell -attention- and -lie- all over their person.
And I detest greatly people who need to make up silly stories for attention.
As far as "UFOs" are concerned, it's the government/military. It's a no-brainer for me. If tauristercus hasn't proven beyond the shadow of a doubt that the military has some wild stuff going on what with the spirals and all,
Don't get me wrong... I think Star Trek: The Next Generation is awesome.
I think its sad that so many people believe that because the technology seems so advanced its aliens from another world. Believe it or not humans are capable of this technology and have been for some time.
Originally posted by Scramjet76
I'll be happy to explain. I'll even use the marble analogy. Let's pretend this "pocket" is soo large that you have in fact explored much less than a miniscule fraction of the total area.
However, you do have that one marble as your only example of a marble in this vast pocket. Sure you don't know exactly where the marble "came from." But you have some good theories that might explain things... and regardless of how it got there, the marble is there. And the marble you have is made up of stuff that is known to be quite common place in the pocket.
Is it not logical to assume that there are other similar marbles somewhere in this huge pocket? What is your honest answer?
Originally posted by metalholic
if aliens dont exist then the existence of the expanding universe is a sham!