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#41 simplyeric

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 05:11 PM

Here are the possibilities

1. Take into consideration the invisible lights, Infra red, ultra violet. They exist but we do not have the means to detect them without the use of special instruments. Visible light is only a small part of the spectrum, we only hear a small band of sound...our senses are limited

2. Wildlife conservationist mentality. If a higher being wants to preserve a lower being, he will contain it and observe.the same as an ant farm, safari, etc....the chose not to be detected


3. "I have not yet heard from you yet" theory. Our signs of advance technology (the radio waves, radiation from nuclear bombs, will reach the nearest star (alpha centauri yata) after 50 years from being sent from earth. If an alien is lucky enough to be in alpha centauri during that time, it will take its reply 50 more years for it to come to earth....noone has heard from us yet


4. they are here and they are preparing for the culling and teraforming. Ask Area 51 buffs and the majestic 12

#42 nigi nigi nu noos

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 04:07 AM

May nabasa ako na isang theory kung bakit. Dahil daw baka wala naman daw mapapakinabangan yung mga aliens sa atin. Ika nga daw, kung ikukumpara yung level of technology natin sa kanila, para daw nasa ice age pa lang tayo. So ano pa daw na pag-abalahan tayo nila.

#43 airport-noo

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Posted 30 April 2014 - 07:33 PM

Maybe they don't want us to die.

I just read an article about what happened to 238 indigenous tribes in Brazil after they were contacted by advanced civilization -- 3/4th of the tribes became extinct after they were contacted. The 1/4th that survived has an 80% mortality rate.

http://science.slash...er-we-meet-them

#44 Dash_Avalanche

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 12:12 AM

It is because they dont really exist, we are alone in the universe

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 02:12 PM

I'm leaning towards a combination of 1. The Zoo Hypothesis and 8. We Canít Read the Signs. Imagine an ant. We usually just let them be, because theyre just not too significant to have an impact or pose a threat to us. I wouldn't believe we're under observation, just ignored because we really can't comprehend each other. As far as I know, I don't know what goes through an ant's head and I like to think it certainly has no idea what goes around my head. Kind of mutual ignorance kumbaga.
For 11. The Phase Transition Hypothesis, Instead of 'naturally occurring disasters' such as the explosions mentioned, I think it would be more of an implosion. Civilizations (human/alien) caving in on itself due to its structure. Before one reaches interstellar navigation, there's a very high chance that its social system or lifestyle crumbles, bringing about doomsday on its own.

#46 KICX

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Posted 18 May 2014 - 10:32 PM

As a kid I was very interested in extra terrestrials, I still often wonder what's out there. The possibilities are endless

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Posted 01 July 2014 - 01:41 AM

I would take just 1 over paranoid leader of a nuclear weapon armed country for your implosion to happen flamingwaffles

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Posted 07 July 2014 - 01:08 AM

try watching the Ancient Aliens..........................................

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Posted 19 July 2014 - 06:14 PM

There might be aliens. I few years from and NASA will probably discover a planet habitable by living things not known to us.

But until such time, the only clear at this moment is, there is no alien - either here on earth and/or on those extroplanets that NASA are continuously discovering. UFO's sightings are just either hoaxed, or for the benefit of the believers, are probably being hidden to public for some sort of national or international security. But again, until such time that majority of human beings on earth can attest on its existence, aliens and UFO's are still debatable theories...

Edited by joshua_sx1, 19 July 2014 - 06:15 PM.


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Posted 12 August 2014 - 06:18 PM

When the time comes and we're able to visit other planets with intelligent life forms,,
let's just make patterns on their crops and deserts and just leave quickly.

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Posted 16 December 2014 - 09:10 PM

It is because they know what will be the reaction of humans and that we will not understand them...



#52 glut_func

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Posted 01 January 2015 - 01:54 PM

back in the days, we see movies about martians landing on earth and wreaking havoc but humans actually ended up landing on mars instead, ironic isn't it?



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Posted 07 January 2015 - 01:39 PM

Maybe it's because of distance and priorities.  The nearest Earth-like planet found so far is 500 light years away.  Assuming that light really is the speed limit, it would take too long to travel just one-way.  Who would want to be on a spaceship knowing that they and their offspring up to a hundred generations will all die of old age before reaching its destination? And all that just to check out what's in this boring solar system.  I'm just assuming of course that the aliens are mortal hehe.

 

Even if an alien race is advanced enough to travel through a wormhole, the chances of our solar system being picked by those aliens is slim to none, since there are billions of other choices.  An advanced alien race may have already visited another alien race but we just don't know about it.


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Posted 08 January 2015 - 01:36 AM

Maybe it's because of distance and priorities.  The nearest Earth-like planet found so far is 500 light years away.  Assuming that light really is the speed limit, it would take too long to travel just one-way.  Who would want to be on a spaceship knowing that they and their offspring up to a hundred generations will all die of old age before reaching its destination? And all that just to check out what's in this boring solar system.  I'm just assuming of course that the aliens are mortal hehe.

 

Even if an alien race is advanced enough to travel through a wormhole, the chances of our solar system being picked by those aliens is slim to none, since there are billions of other choices.  An advanced alien race may have already visited another alien race but we just don't know about it.

I guess there are things we humans will never ever know. The universe is just too vast for our current technologies to explore. The things we observe in the universe may already no longer exist since it takes light from a distant star at times millions of light years to reach the earth. In that intervening period, that star may have already gone super nova and no longer exists. We will only know that it went super nova millions of years into our future. What we see when we gaze up at the heavens is actually the past.



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Posted 08 January 2015 - 12:26 PM

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Posted 10 January 2015 - 07:17 AM

Because they are now among us . . .   :ninja:



#57 airport-noo

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:20 PM

I guess there are things we humans will never ever know. The universe is just too vast for our current technologies to explore. The things we observe in the universe may already no longer exist since it takes light from a distant star at times millions of light years to reach the earth. In that intervening period, that star may have already gone super nova and no longer exists. We will only know that it went super nova millions of years into our future. What we see when we gaze up at the heavens is actually the past.

 

Yeah, everything is too far apart. The farthest man-made object (Voyager 1) was launched 38 years ago but it was able to fly past the solar system only last 2013. It's on a course towards a star that is only 17 light years away but it will take 40,000 years to get there. We might be able to build something faster during that period assuming we survive long enough. Or maybe our physicists will be able to create something that is "less than nothing" to forge traversable wormhols on-the-fly. But even they don't know yet if it's physically possible. It's something we won't see in our lifetime; just as past generations didn't get to see today's advances. We only get to see them in sci-fi movies.

 



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Posted 12 January 2015 - 02:54 AM

Ancient Alien Series must watch for those interested sa ganito... not all parts are non sense 



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Posted 14 January 2015 - 10:42 AM

maybe they are just observing for now



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Posted 14 January 2015 - 12:02 PM

The Zoo Hypothesis got me thinking. What if our current level of intelligence is not enough to fully comprehend what is really happening around us. What if advance beings are already among us and we just can't process this in our current level of evolution. Because we observe and perceived our surroundings as humans, we are somewhat limited in terms of senses, rational, culture, etc. If this is the case, then we can compare ourselves to the stray cats. They go about doing their daily routine while being oblivious towards humans.

dude i second your opinion, i actually have the same thoughts. i have read somewhere online that aliens are already here, mingling with us. we just dont know that they are aliens.






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