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Why do you beleive in aliens
#11
(01-29-2011, 02:08 PM)Tazeden Wrote: Well, if they are from another dimension, they could certainly be of any form. But then they aren't really aliens, they wouldn't perhaps not need to travel by spacecrafts, but they would need to adjust to our physical truth ^^

Pay careful attention to #2 Tazeden. I would say that you are wrong in your assumption, and that a ‘being’ from another dimension definitely constitutes an Alien! Rolleyes

a•li•en ( l - n, l y n)
adj.
1. Owing political allegiance to another country or government; foreign: alien residents.
2. Belonging to, characteristic of, or constituting another and very different place, society, or person; strange. See Synonyms at foreign.
3. Dissimilar, inconsistent, or opposed, as in nature: emotions alien to her temperament.
n.
1. An unnaturalized foreign resident of a country. Also called noncitizen.
2. A person from another and very different family, people, or place.
3. A person who is not included in a group; an outsider.
4. A creature from outer space: a story about an invasion of aliens.
5. Ecology An organism, especially a plant or animal, that occurs in or is naturalized in a region to which it is not native.
tr.v. a•li•ened, a•li•en•ing, a•li•ens Law
To transfer (property) to another; alienate.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/alien

Quote:Anyway, thinking like that, that they visit us from other dimensions, would make deliberating an idle task, because anything would be possible Smile

er... Anything IS possible! Why tho, that you should believe that thinking like that would make deliberating 'an idle task' is beyond me; perhaps in your reaching for anything that will deny what is patently obvious, you stretch too far...

First rule of thumb when sifting thro research of any kind, for whatever topic, in order to get to the truth is to remember that, 'Denial ain't a river in Egypt!' Tongue

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#12
(01-29-2011, 01:33 PM)Tazeden Wrote: Still, those numbers simply don't take into account things like the needed distance to a sun and necessary mixture of elements on a planet.
To me personally this means there aren't million of races in the galaxy, but there still can be some. However, it is highly unlikely they visited earth.

I would agree-

For the same reasons I believe it is quite likely that other intelligent beings exist in the universe, I also believe it is unlikely that they have visited us.
Numbers & probability. The universe is so vast that I think they're out there. And it is so vast that I doubt they have stumbled upon us.

Of course I could be wrong on either count...
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#13
(03-14-2011, 09:34 PM)zdaddy Wrote: The universe is so vast that I think they're out there. And it is so vast that I doubt they have stumbled upon us.

Of course I could be wrong on either count...
Smile

What about the "wormhole" theory, bending space-time to travel immense distances in a matter of minutes?

It has been recently speculated that the laws of physics might allow an arbitrarily advanced civilization to construct traversable wormholes for interstellar travel. If submicroscopic traversable wormholes existed in the very early universe, then it is conceivable that an inflationary phase might have enlarged some of them to macroscopic size. In a recent paper the author explored the possibility, and in so doing found it useful to construct some visualizable (albeit simplified) models as an aid to intuition. The purpose of the current paper is to present the details of these computer simulations, and in the process introduce the reader to some techniques of simple graphing in Mathematica. The models take the form of animated embedding diagrams of traversable wormholes in an inflationary universe. --- (Thomas A. Roman, Central Connecticut State University, Mathematical Sciences)

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#14
why not believe there is life out there when life keeps happening here and from outer space. Look at the red rain, the star rot that falls from outer space and you find knew kinds of life which we are just learning about including victims from these things. Finding out how water is created through impacts of particles. Enceladus !!! What little that we discovered and just seeing the baby face of universe trying to find our origins is what we do searching for what caused the possibility of mass. Radiation transcends dimensional matter not anti matter the mirror image duality which everything has its duality in science opinion. Finding out there is life forms without DNA we will find and learn more of what is out there I am sure and the question will be asked differently next century.
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(08-19-2014, 06:10 AM)thevoid Wrote: why not believe there is life out there when life keeps happening here and from outer space. Look at the red rain, the star rot that falls from outer space and you find knew kinds of life which we are just learning about including victims from these things. Finding out how water is created through impacts of particles. Enceladus !!! What little that we discovered and just seeing the baby face of universe trying to find our origins is what we do searching for what caused the possibility of mass. Radiation transcends dimensional matter not anti matter the mirror image duality which everything has its duality in science opinion. Finding out there is life forms without DNA we will find and learn more of what is out there I am sure and the question will be asked differently next century.

Right! There's no question that life is 'out there'. Let's face it, a weather balloon doesn't need to be kept under strict top secret classification security for over 70 years, which is what happened to the two Roswell craft (yes, there were two craft that crashed that day, and fell a mile apart); nor does it need to be carried away, overnight, under the cloak of darkness or secrecy by the military to Wright Patterson. Furthermore, military personnel AND civilians were threatened with dire consequences, should they talk about it.

The thing is, people keep saying, as some above have, that the distance from other planets is too far to travel to earth. I never heard such nonsense. We've gone, in just a bare 120 years, give or take, from horse and cart to the f-22. Imagine what speeds alien craft can do since they are far more advanced than us. I don't doubt for one second that thro reverse engineering and help from those that 'trade' with our governments, that we have our own craft that can traverse great distances into the universe.
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#16
There is also the theories of warping space time travel but I don't believe in time travel like that. My view is that time is an effect of matters in motion and if one were to instead of time travel as thought dimensional travel than I am more opt for that because I noticed not only when a sighting had occurred that there was a magnetic force twisting our metal to the car, it took the dash board lights out. Also when traveling it went into the ground. I've never heard of others talking about that but once it was gone the car returned to normal.
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