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Originally posted by Lobbyist1
reply to post by SplitInfinity
Its probably 90%... But if the 90% really cared to understand how impossible space travel truly is,all 90% would ignore the alien phenomena all together.
To most carbon-based living things, perhaps. But, we have beings on our own planet that can withstand exposure to the vacuum of space and/or live without elements we consider "essential to life":
For some reason the 90% only care about point (a) and point (b) ,not what’s in between ;which is distance . Distance that is massively vast and extremely toxic to all living things.
Originally posted by Panic2k11
reply to post by rival
Based on the improbability of there being a technology capable of interstellar travel
You are being anthropocentric in that view. Not only making assumption regarding their technological capabilities but about their origin/source. Speculations are ok if they do not lead to assumptions but to theories, as soon as you start to make assumptions you are limiting yourself without factual data, that inevitably leads not only to error but disaster.