Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by Daftshadow, Dec 14, 2014.
Fair enough, I didn't know about the experiment that determined virtual particles have real effects.
Very true.There are a lot of phenomenon that scientist still don't understand or are even aware of.I mean we still can't go down to the depths of the oceans for any extended period of time to really discover anything yet.That! I'm hoping we'll accomplish in my lifetime.Also there is a good chance, if alien visitation is indeed happening, that we're not even aware of their presence.Like Veeshush said.If they can't communicate and are more advanced than us in some form or the other, then why even bother trying.
From our experience as humans, going out into the stars either trough probes, signals of physically is inevitable, unless we get extinct before, which is one of the "solutions" for the Fermi Paradox.
It is probable that the same will to explore galaxies is common to other, supposed existing, civilizations.
Even if space travels turns out to be impossible we still should be able to "ear" them.
I guess we can say with confidence that life is common in the Universe, basic life.
The story on complex and intelligent life is different. From the 50 billions species that existed on Planet Earth, only one in hundreds of million of years was able to thrive to the point of being able to reach the stars.
Maybe out there intelligent life exist,but as no interest in knowing the neighborhood.
God is extraterrestrial, hes not of this earth, thus makes him alien, thus making billions into believers that aliens exist.
^^Well you never know, we could have evolved from the bacteria left by Aliens as a lab experiment, as they stepped onto the earth sometime in the past 4.5 billion years, hence that would, i suppose make that alien our god in a way.
Or less romatlcally, we could have evolved from a Alien with a urinary tract infection as it took a whizz into one of our ocean and it mixed with earth bacteria.
Or we could have just been lucky, and the earth came together in a big space dust ball, and lucky it orbited around a sun, and lucky that one day for some unknown reason a life form grew from space bactiria that needed the sun, and they grew and gave off oxygen....and so on....but were did the space bacteria come from, and where did the space dust come from....... it is enough to melt your brain if you think about it too much. lol
You know, as vast and huge as the galaxy is there are 2 scenarios:
1) We are alone.
2) We aren't alone.
If you think about it, both are equally as scary and unbelievable.
fermy paradox ....
how could you imagine they exist , when you know there were trillion years they were suppose to exist and then come ... and watch us.
everything being equal , i just say they arent arrive here, yet.
but something is wrong there ...
One earth day in the age of the universe however.....
one day is well enough, never know who is coming !
if not direct proof , they are doing that to avoid the WAR yearly budget grasp. they need to explain why europe built the biggest physic collisionner, why sometime everything is not religion (christiansim ) related, or even ....
FAITH related .
that is sometime , complicated .