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reply to post by _BoneZ_
So you're saying that all space contains is "debris"? No living entities or off-Earth origin machinery? I find that very unlikely.
This is another aspect to the UFO phenomena. When the object sighted actually changed shape, and seems to be under intelligent control.
There have been a number of speculative theories concerning the nature of the objects that transform this way. Some theories stated that are "biological" in nature, i.e. life in space, a biological intelligence that can exist in the vacuum. Others have stated that it is the nature of inter dimensional existence, that physical laws as we know them don't apply. Perhaps the physical universe has we know it is fluid in nature?
There has been many cases of perceived sightings of transformations of unidentified objects, but why change shape? Is it a demonstration for the witnesses who see them?
Well I'm with you on this. Its actually one of my pet theories I have had for years that some UFO sightings are high altitude living entities, as yet discovered by science. It is a fact that bacteria exist and survive high up in the atmosphere, this has only been discovered recently, maybe there is a more evolved species up there? Its way more credible and viable than visitors from planet X or whatever.
Our Earth-bound, narrow-minded fixation on “life as we know it” doesn’t even apply to our home planet. In only a fraction of a lifetime we have come to realize that most living terrestrial organisms inhabit ecological niches away from sunlight, under thermal and chemical conditions that we now realize also occur inside the skins of at least two dozen other worlds. And we have realized that spores can survive transplanetary trajectories, impelled by natural asteroid impacts, which destroys any notion of biological quarantine all the way back to the birth of the Solar System.
Assuming that “life as we know it” is the limit of nature’s creativity, is the same discredited formula that led us to be so surprised by the current new paradigm of potential ― even probable ― enclaves of water-based “life” elsewhere in the solar system. When fundamental physical and environmental factors are significantly different ― pressure, gravity, radiation, whatever ― what we call “life” can be expected to show remarkable adaptational flexibility. But whatever we “expect,” we should certainly expect to be astonished again and again, and maybe from directions that we least “expect” it! The only remedy is to go and look, go and dig, go and poke around ― and we will.