Originally posted by Erno86
As for ET alien vistation here on Earth - Yes.... they have been here, because I've seen one or two ET Starships myself.
Originally posted by SloAnPainful
Awesome work Misterlondon. I have read a few of your posts and they are very well informed S&F for you!
The "Wow!" signal I believe was debunked saying that it was some natural phenom because they could never find or equate the signal again after many, many attempts. However my theory was it could have been somekind of "mother ship" passing through that general area of that constelation. The "Wow!" signal is very different though because, if i recall correctly, it was the first annomally that we have found so far (if that is indeed what it is just a natural phenom).
Mars imo has had life on it at one time, maybe some 600+ million years ago back when the dino were present or even before that maybe even billions. It would be awesome if they did find something that would be of proof on there of maybe even a past colony.
Europa is very neat to say the least. It has, if I remember right, almost 8 miles deep of ice. If there is something down there it prolly wont be much, some kind of microbes that thrive in intensive, often brutal enviroments, that would prolly kill any of us. Still there could be something waaaayy down there in the cold deep sea of Europa.
Good work again Misterlondon. S&F
In his most recent writings, Ehman resists "drawing vast conclusions from half-vast data" -- acknowledging the possibility that the source may have been military in nature or otherwise may have been a production of Earth-bound humans.
Originally posted by TupacShakur
reply to post by Misterlondon
Awesome thread dude, the WOW signal has always piqued my interest, and I'm amazed at the lack of attention that it's received. Also, thanks for the shout-out to my Mars thread
Originally posted by Erno86
reply to post by CLPrime
"Insofar as civilization - forming lifeforms are concerned I believe we've got this universe all to ourselves."
My.... That is a stretch - Please explain your rational to your opinion.
Originally posted by CLPrime
I actually have two answers.
First of all, we're certainly not the only form of life in the entire universe. I would bet we'll soon be finding both fossilized and existing microbial life in most of the places we search.
But, intelligent, sentient life...not so much. Insofar as civilization-forming lifeforms are concerned, I believe we've got this universe all to ourselves. There's a reason for that...I just don't usually go there in these parts.
Originally posted by LightAssassin
We are a young species. We've only been around for a couple of hundred thousand years. The universe is old and so large we cannot comprehend it. Why would you draw such a conclusion as 'We've got the universe all to ourselves'? That alone makes absolutely no sense...
Statistically there is more chance of intelligent life than not. Hell, statically there would be a higher chance they are more intelligent than us.
And you are disregarding Roswell and Battle of LA, back in the 40's? And all the historical references? And even the sightings in the Wild west that were documented?
You usually speak with such clarity but today you are making no sense.