Aliens.....do they exist?
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- Hiya LCB'ers,
Is there such a thing as aliens. Life on other planets that are far more superior in intelligence than humans?
Is it possible that they have come to earth and observe our life as we know it. If aliens did come to our planet, why don't they expose themselves? Maybe they are smarter than us. They sense our fear. Maybe they realize that it would cause chaos and disorder among earthlings.
There is so many cases that are said to be reported that the government has covered up. If there is aliens would you want to know?
"Today, most of the good people are afraid to be good. They strive to be broadminded and tolerant. It is fashionable to be tolerant but mostly tolerant of evil and this new code has reached the proportions of demanding intolerance of good."
Would I want to know? I think I can handle the truth about it.
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- at January 27, 2010, 02:34:23
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Further, if anyone remembers that special that was put out some years ago about Roswell. My Mother LIVED there (Years before) and knew about 65% of the people in the town and dang near all who were "Represented" in the show.
More then once she said "That boys/girls parents didn't raise them to be no liar" So she believed also that "Something" DID crash there and it wasn't a weather balloon.
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- at February 01, 2010, 17:48:07
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i do believe we are not alone.. If ur interested in this go to the website call coast to coast with george noory. Last week they had a guest name Dr. Michio Kaku he is a physicist. Very well known.
Kaku provided an update on the problem-plagued Large Hadron Collider (LHC), while quashing a theory that suggested the giant particle accelerator was being sabotaged from the future. Kuku said the LHC is operating very smoothly now and should begin producing real data in six months. Scientists hope this colossal experiment will help them better understand the birth of our universe and prove the existence of dark mater, Kaku explained.
He commented on the Royal Society's recent conference on extraterrestrial life and its possible effect on humanity. According to Kaku, this topic is being debated in serious academic circles for a few reasons: the discovery of numerous extrasolar planets, the Kepler Telescope, and the Allen Telescope Array (ATA). So far we have found 400 exoplanets about the size of Jupiter, Kaku said. Kepler will help us find much smaller Earth-size planets, perhaps some with liquid oceans, where life could have developed. The ATA will allow us listen for distant signals from these potential alien civilizations, he added.
If other life exists in the universe, Kaku thinks it would have evolved very differently from life on Earth. Aquatic species may be teaming beneath the ocean ice on moons which surround Jupiter-size planets, he speculated. And advanced extraterrestrials may even be watching us right now, Kaku continued. But how could they or their observation devices get here? Kaku proposed faster than light travel via wormholes or warp drive.
Kaku also talked about quantum theory, teleportation (University of Vienna researchers have reportedly teleported photons across the Danube River), the global warming e-mail scandal, invisibility research, the Carrington solar flare event of 1859, and time travel (physicists at Princeton apparently have blueprints), as well as his Sci Fi Science television show.
- Blueblueday wrote:
I would want to know. Maybe aliens walk amongst us and we don't even know it.
My question: is there only one sun? Without the sun, there can be no life surely. If there is only one sun, then we are it [surely?] as far as life is concerned.
According to Kaku, this topic is being debated in serious academic circles for a few reasons: the discovery of numerous extrasolar planets, the Kepler Telescope, and the Allen Telescope Array (ATA). So far we have found 400 exoplanets about the size of Jupiter, Kaku said. Kepler will help us find much smaller Earth-size planets, perhaps some with liquid oceans, where life could have developed. The ATA will allow us listen for distant signals from these potential alien civilizations. He also said that aliens would be very different from us and some we couldn't imagine.
- Hi Kynettie,
Wow thank so much, very interesting info you posted here. I think its very possible that they could be watching us now. Possibly a much more intelligent being then humans.
Like humans that keep our distance from smaller creatures as to not scare them........i think that's why if aliens do exist.......they don't want to scare earthlings.
Great reading.....thanks for sharing!!
- grapeu wrote:
I do believe there is aliens. I think the government knows this too. How can we think we are the only life form when there is many planets and solar systems out there. It is more unlikely there is not than there is. Exactly, why would we be the only beings in a vast solar system, seems very unreasonable,some suggest that they walk among us now, I've heard all types of theories from the far fetched to the ones that make you go hmmm. Maybe it will be confirmed in our lifetimes,who knows?
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