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Originally posted by IamAbeliever
Maybe it's also time to ask if God, as portrayed in the Bible, exists. There's no new evidence. I see a lot of chatter but no meat.
Seems to me there is more video evidence for the existence of aliens than God.
Mind you I speak of God as described by Christians.
Just sayin'edit on 9-11-2012 by IamAbeliever because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by FFS4000
So i bet he doesn't say the same thing about god or any other sky fairy, but it's ok to have a go at those of us that think a little deeper, like poster above billions of stars in billions of galaxies and we are the only intelligent life, sorry, i dont think so
Originally posted by Beavers
Why bring God into it?
Anti-Religious-freaks are getting more obsessed than bible bashers!
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Arthur C. Clarke,
Originally posted by IsaacKoi
The Sun newspaper has published an interesting, and rather provocative, article by UFO skeptic Dr David Clarke.
Is it time to admit aliens don't exist?
PEOPLE still talk about aliens today but where is the evidence for them? I’d say there’s lots of chatter but no meat.
No one is seeing anything new.
It knocks it on the head when you think that everyone is carrying around mobile cameras these days.
And now the internet knocks myths on the head straight away. Rather than taking months and years to get to the bottom of a strange sighting, you can do it in a matter of days — and the mystery gets killed off.
If you ask the people who believe in UFOs for their best evidence, they’ll probably cite an example from the pre-1980s. But they happened so long ago, no one can get to the bottom of those cases.
For those that don't know about him, Dave Clarke is a prominent UFO skeptic in Britain, with a long history of involvement in UFO research. He acts as a consultant to the National Archives in relation to the release of official UFO documents and has written several thought-provoking UFO books. He is one of the few academics in England to be openly involved in UFO research.
Originally posted by PollyPeptide
I think the reason people have such a hard time with the idea that intellegent life is out there comes from our self-centered way of life. We are taught from birth that we are special and unique and so exceptionally different from one another.
Originally posted by IntoxicatingMadness
reply to post by Harte
I do believe the "Strawman" Posts are quite valid. How many people you know that Do not believe in god or aliens. I'm pretty sure there are more believers of one or the other than those who abolish both.