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20 Famous People Who Believe In Extraterrestrials

What does Elvis Presley, Richard Nixon, and Stephen Hawking have in Common? All believe in little green men.

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20 Famous People Who Believe In Extraterrestrials. What does Elvis Presley, Richard Nixon, and Stephen Hawking have in Common? All believe in little green men.
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5Cats
Male, 50-59, Canada
 24158 Posts
Saturday, October 19, 2013 11:21:46 AM
Or tiny. Or in a gaseous state.


Then they wouldn't be "sentient" would they? let alone capable of SPACE TRAVEL!

You know how BIG Jupiter is? It`s "Red Spot" is 2X the size of Earth... sure there *might be* living things, but then again? I might win the lottery! Twice!

As for things living in the Sun? Nope.
Except Gods perhaps... Gods might live there...

Angilion
Male, 40-49, Europe
 11035 Posts
Saturday, October 19, 2013 10:54:19 AM
So with our atomic bombs, jets, and computers we are "gods" compared to lost amazon tribes. So that means we ARE gods?


From their frame of reference, maybe.

But you're talking about omnisicient immortals with undefined superpowers. They would undoubtably be gods from our frame of reference.

I think it`s worth restating that you created the idea of omniscient immortals because omniscient immortals were required to make your previous argument plausible. You resist calling them gods, but that`s just a rebranding without changing the meaning.

HolyGod
Male, 30-39, Western US
 4818 Posts
Friday, October 18, 2013 11:21:30 PM
5Cats

"There isn't ANY life on Jupiter!"

Says who? Have we searched every cubic inch of jupiter that I`m unaware of? Even if we did, maybe they are invisible. Or tiny. Or in a gaseous state.

"Airless asteroids CANNOT POSSIBLY develop intelligent life: the basic ingredients are simply absent"

Why? They can`t possibly develop OUR life. You are certain that it is impossible for a lifeform to develop that doesn`t require air?


"nothing does or even can live in the middle of a star... sheesh!"

AGAIN, you have NO WAY of knowing that. There could be sentient lifeforms that live of of the energy of atomic explosions and consist of pure energy. Who the f.uck knows?

How on earth can you speak in absolute certainties about possibilities neither of us could possibly fathom.

5Cats
Male, 50-59, Canada
 24158 Posts
Friday, October 18, 2013 10:37:15 PM
@HolyGod: There isn't ANY life on Jupiter! And it`s a planet! I said some stars have NO planets! You follow me yet?

Airless asteroids CANNOT POSSIBLY develop intelligent life: the basic ingredients are simply absent, no matter what kind of PRIMATIVE life *might* exist.

Fish cannot discover fire no matter how smart they get.

OF COURSE "other kinds of life" might have intelligence! I watched Star Trek too! Tholians? Horta? Organians?
List Of Star Trek Races

There`s a LOT of variety there! And it`s likely Space Alien ETI will be quite different than us.

But no, nothing does or even can live in the middle of a star... sheesh!

HolyGod
Male, 30-39, Western US
 4818 Posts
Friday, October 18, 2013 2:18:00 PM
5Cats

"Well? Some stars just don't have ANY planets! For one. I got at least 10 more reasons...
And remember: we`re talking about SENTIENT life, not just bacteria."

I`m curious as to how you can have reasons that environments couldn`t support a lifeform that we have no idea about what it may or may not require to sustain itself.

Surely we would look at jupiter and say it can`t sustain life.

How do we know there isn`t an intelligent life form that breathes hydrogen and thinks -200 degrees is "room temperature"?

We base everything off of water, oxegen, and temperature.

Other lifeforms might not require or like any of those factors.

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