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Klaatu_Nicto #1 Posted Jan 10 2018 - 23:54

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I just heard an ad for this movie on the radio. It's going to play in theaters beginning Jan. 11.  

 

 



Lethalhavoc #2 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 00:15

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Klaatu_Nicto #3 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 01:12

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A moment’s happiness
Under the influence
I tried all night to recreate
And it was never ever gonna last long
And it was only ever gonna go wrong
And in the morning I only have myself to hate

 

Am I a planet hunter
Or a brave deviator?
I left my mind behind


A moment’s madness
Compliments your innocence
I tried all night to initiate
And I only ever try to have fun
I’m only old when I don’t feel young
And if you’re with me, yeah
You can come, yeah, along

 

Vote for me in 2024
Make the galaxy great again
Vote against me and you know
I'll obliterate you for your sin

 

Am I a planet hunter
Or a brave deviator?
Am I a planet destroyer
An alien terminator?

 

Spoiler

 


Edited by Klaatu_Nicto, Jan 11 2018 - 01:13.


cloudwalkr #4 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 01:29

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Lol lol "scientists tell us they would have to break the laws of physics to get here, but I've met 100's of people who can't explain what happened to them"

 

Rock solid argument.  Where have I seen similar arguments before?



NiteDog #5 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 02:05

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Nudnick #6 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 02:10

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The aliens are among us. Just go to Walmart late Saturday night.

Edited by Nudnick, Jan 11 2018 - 02:24.


GeorgePreddy #7 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 02:41

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Aliens schmaliens... show me one molecule of hard evidence.  Oh wait, you can't.

Klaatu_Nicto #8 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 03:22

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I don't know what's in the movie other than what I've seen in those first two videos I posted. What I have seen in those videos makes me wonder if this movie will involve the 'Nephilim.'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Horribad_At_Tanks #9 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 03:40

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View PostGeorgePreddy, on Jan 10 2018 - 20:41, said:

Aliens schmaliens... show me one molecule of hard evidence.  Oh wait, you can't.

 

Prove to us you are intelligent. We need hard evidence not opinion.

Striker_70 #10 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 04:26

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View Postcloudwalkr, on Jan 10 2018 - 18:29, said:

Lol lol "scientists tell us they would have to break the laws of physics to get here, but I've met 100's of people who can't explain what happened to them"

 

Rock solid argument.  Where have I seen similar arguments before?

 

That's not even an accurate argument.  There's nothing in physics that says aliens can't get here. 

Striker_70 #11 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 04:32

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View PostGeorgePreddy, on Jan 10 2018 - 19:41, said:

Aliens schmaliens... show me one molecule of hard evidence.  Oh wait, you can't.

 

This phenomenon does leave evidence behind and has for over a century.  One of the many examples is of the "Authentic Alien Artifact" that was displayed at the National Atomic Testing Museum, a part of the Smithsonian Institution.

 

According to the French COMETA report, a joint study done by French government officials, members of the French equivalent of NASA, and French scientists, the most likely explanation for many of the unsolved UFO cases is the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis. 

 


Edited by Striker_70, Jan 11 2018 - 04:45.


GeorgePreddy #12 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 04:46

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View PostStriker_70, on Jan 11 2018 - 00:32, said:

 

This phenomenon does leave evidence behind and has for over a century.  One of the many examples is of the "Authentic Alien Artifact" that was displayed at the National Atomic Testing Museum, a part of the Smithsonian Institution.   This is a Las Vegas tourist exhibit of a bit of material that some Russian "scientists" described as "unordinary".  They never claimed it was from "out of this world".

 

According to the French COMETA report, the most likely explanation for many of the unsolved UFO cases is the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis

 

 

Like I said... not one molecule of actual hard evidence.  Keep dreaming your pipe dreams.

ket101 #13 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 04:46

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View PostStriker_70, on Jan 11 2018 - 13:26, said:

 

That's not even an accurate argument.  There's nothing in physics that says aliens can't get here. 

 

But where in physics does it say that they would bother?

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View PostGeorgePreddy, on Jan 10 2018 - 21:46, said:

 

Like I said... not one molecule of actual hard evidence.  Keep dreaming your pipe dreams.

 

So you close your eyes and ignore all possible evidence in order to come to the conclusion you already wanted to believe?  That's demonstrating a religious mindset, a confirmatory bias.

 

Apparently you edited your post, so I will edit mine in response. 

Spoiler

https://www.jdjourna...rea-51-exhibit/

 

Let's see...we have an unknown substance tested by science, originating from a UFO crash, which has iron atoms spaced differently from ordinary iron, does not reflect radar, has anti-gravitational properties, and also contains elements which mysteriously disappear in a vaccum...  And you believe it can't be evidence of extraterrestrial origination because the scientists admit they don't know what it is? 


Edited by Striker_70, Jan 11 2018 - 06:01.


Striker_70 #15 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 04:53

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View Postket101, on Jan 10 2018 - 21:46, said:

 

But where in physics does it say that they would bother?

 

Physics doesn't deal with the motivations of extraterrestrials, humans, or any other type of animal.  All it says is that space-time can be bent around a craft to jump to different locations in the universe. 

ket101 #16 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 06:23

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View PostStriker_70, on Jan 11 2018 - 13:53, said:

 

Physics doesn't deal with the motivations of extraterrestrials, humans, or any other type of animal.  All it says is that space-time can be bent around a craft to jump to different locations in the universe. 

 

Yes, but to travel to an unremarkable yellow star with no points of interest, there would need to be something in the physics that would make it stand out.  There's much more interesting sights to see out there, strictly from a scientific viewpoint.

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The Truth is Out There. [ Que awesome X-Files Music].

Klaatu_Nicto #18 Posted Jan 11 2018 - 07:26

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If you had a ship that could travel faster than the speed of light there's a lot of places you would go before venturing to an unremarkable star and solar system (unless you picked up radio waves coming from it). There is nothing remarkable near this solar system to draw an intelligent entity near it. Only by accident would it be discovered.

 

The Horse Head Nebula, Pillars of Creation, the Omega Centauri globular cluster, a few of places that should be on your itinerary.

 

 

There is intelligent life out there. I guarantee it.

 

Have they been here? I can't say.


Edited by Klaatu_Nicto, Jan 11 2018 - 07:54.


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View PostKlaatu_Nicto, on Jan 11 2018 - 01:26, said:

 

There is intelligent life out there. I guarantee it.

 

Have they been here? I can't say.

 

I think the chance of life at least in one other place in this vast universe is so close to 100% that the decimal place after 99 will go on to infinity and its very likely life is as common as a yellow sun with a water planet at the right distance or something that would allow organic compounds to form. However on the other hand I think the chance of intelligent life is probably going to be vanishingly rare. Life has existed in some form for billions of years on this planet but we can only count a few tens of thousands to maybe a hundred thousand that any of that life became sentient and able to use tools. So in earths case it was most likely a very random event or circumstance that started the apes on their way to our modern human form. Other worlds might not have rolled a successful intelligence save of the d20 and all its life are still in the form of beasts. So intelligence is going to be a rare thing and an intelligence that can overcome the obstacles that can cross the interstellar void are going to be the rarest of them all. It might be our races destiny that we simply won't be intelligent enough to accomplish that feat but the solar system is gigantic and has enough resources to last humanity until the sun dies. We might not every get to the level of star trek but I think that the way humanity is presented in 'The Expanse' is certainly in our future.

 

 

Our primitive reaction drives may even let us reach the nearest stars one day but it will be a generational trip and likely only one way until a new world or base can be set up there and new fuel produced for a return trip.

 

Certainly we will be able to send probes to the nearest stars and get results back in a few decades once the ion drives are perfected and the promise of the em drive becomes a reality.



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View Postket101, on Jan 10 2018 - 23:23, said:

 

Yes, but to travel to an unremarkable yellow star with no points of interest, there would need to be something in the physics that would make it stand out.  There's much more interesting sights to see out there, strictly from a scientific viewpoint.

 

I find it interesting how many believe they know what extraterrestrials would do.  How do you know this solar system isn't remarkable, isn't a point of interest, isn't a place to farm certain biological material, isn't a place to conduct scientific inquiry?

 

Our knowledge of space is infantile.  Our instruments haven't even left the Oort cloud.  We can only see as far as the speed of light allows.  We likely know almost nothing about the universe.  What resides out there yet to be discovered is likely well beyond what we are even capable of imagining at this point in time. 







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