posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 04:21 AM
reply to post by Explanation
And I guess you know more than most scientists??
Just because they havent visited our tiny planet in middle of nowhere does not mean they don't exist.
The distances in space is just so unimaginable great that there is very little chance that they could even come here if they wanted to. It takes years
for even the light of closest stars to reach us, and it is very unlikely that anyone can travel faster than light based upon what we know now.
Life on the other hand could be quite common for all you know.
We have found materials needed for life to form on several bodies in our own solar system. Mars once had liquid oceans, much thicker atmosphere and
magnetic field just like ours. There are several moons of both jupiter and saturn that is believed to have liquid WATER oceans right now and at least
one of them also have organic materials.
There are at least millions of galaxies with BILLIONS of stars each and most of these stars most likely have planets orbiting them. Why is it so hard
to believe that life could exist anywhere else?? The chances for there not being life out there is slim.
There could even be some form of simple life out there in our own solar system right now.
It is a bit hard to find life when we haven't really searched isn't it??
But I guess you know best eh??
edit on 19-8-2011 by juleol because: (no reason given)