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Originally posted by TimeCrisis
I find it fascinating how the common goal of proving the existence of alien visitation has now become an argument of the true origin. I am ashamed to be human.
FROM THE OP: Originally posted by Klassified
But to this point, I haven’t seen or read anything that convinces me “they” have to be aliens. I have my own theories as to possibilities, and would like to posit those, and ask a few questions.
Everything I’ve read, seen, and heard so far convinces me that whatever forces are behind the modern UFO phenomenon, are more than likely terrestrial in nature.
In 1954, a young Princeton University doctoral candidate named Hugh Everett III came up with a radical idea: That there exist parallel universes, exactly like our universe. These universes are all related to ours; indeed, they branch off from ours, and our universe is branched off of others. Within these parallel universes, our wars have had different outcomes than the ones we know. Species that are extinct in our universe have evolved and adapted in others. In other universes, we humans may have become extinct.
With his Many-Worlds theory, Everett was attempting to answer a rather sticky question related to quantum physics: Why does quantum matter behave erratically? The quantum level is the smallest one science has detected so far. The study of quantum physics began in 1900, when the physicist Max Planck first introduced the concept to the scientific world. Planck's study of radiation yielded some unusual findings that contradicted classical physical laws. These findings suggested that there are other laws at work in the universe, operating on a deeper level than the one we know.
The many-worlds interpretation is a postulate of quantum mechanics that asserts the objective reality of the universal wavefunction, but denies the actuality of wavefunction collapse, which implies that all possible alternative histories and futures are real—each representing an actual "world" (or "universe").
Originally posted by Pimander
reply to post by countduckula24
Look guys I know I wrote it but this is relevant.
Are 'Aliens' Dinosaurs & Survivers of an Earthly Cataclysm Returning Home?
If you read into the thread it's all there. The scientists name is Dale Russell. I have taken the theory a lot further as you will see if you read the thread.
Originally posted by game over man
Now consider if we detect a completely identical Earth-Like planet, possibly in a Solar System with more planets and moons, maybe 2 or 3 Suns, and larger Suns at that. Imagine what kind of alien culture would exist there?
Originally posted by countduckula24
And it may explain SOME of the UFO phenomena, but no one theory is likely to be able to explain it all. Fortean topics just don't seem to work that way.
In the recent, two people have corrected a view of mine on evolution. That mans evolution is taught as being linear. Which is interesting to say the least. In high school, I remember my science teacher giving that very impression. In words, and in pictures, the impression the general public is given is that we, as a species, started at point A, and ended up where we are now. No detours, just a straight line.