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The Argument About Alien Existence!
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Discuss aliens, but NO religion or politics. If I see it, I will lock it. If you want to debate that stuff, form a debate group.
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| March 12, 2010, 5:40 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Discuss aliens, but NO religion or politics. If I see it, I will lock it. If you want to debate that stuff, form a debate group.

That's why this topic is about case files in the Alien category that scare everyone and prove alien existence.
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| March 12, 2010, 5:45 pm
Now, I have many reasons to believe in Aliens. First and Foremost (I want you responding to this) I have been and are continually abducted. I show all the signs. One is a sudden loss of memory of something that just happened. Happened to me on Thursday night. Second I live in a quiet area without light pollution and all the time I see UFOs outside. Why I say they are UFOs? No sound is coming from anywhere while there are flying lights in the sky that move unlike other flying objects! And I see strange lights coming from the woods outside my house. I live on top of a hill and the distance I see them from is really not cars or anything. There is all the proof I need.
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| March 13, 2010, 9:30 am
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Aliens eh... I struggle with ideas like that. My common sense and intelligence is enough to know that if situations were ripe for life on this planet, then in the vast multitude of the universe there must be heaps of stars with solar systems like ours with a 3rd rock like ours that have gone through or are going through similar life growing evolutions. That makes sense, but the tiny world I live in cannot comprehend that kind of knowledge cos it is just too big! And that frightens me, so I prefer to pretend that nothing exists outside the world I know cos when I start thinking about the vastness of space I FREAK out!
So in summary; yes. I know that aliens exist. But no, I don't believe in them.

That being said, (if you understood it) I can't imagine why aliens would need to come visit us, and I especially can't believe that they would need to abduct us and perform probing experiments on us. If they are that intelligent that they have managed to create a craft that can actually transport them through the universe... why would they need to know what we ate for dinner?
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| March 14, 2010, 12:57 am
Quoting Mister Bones
Discuss aliens, but NO religion or politics. If I see it, I will lock it. If you want to debate that stuff, form a debate group.


I will not even start discussing aliens, because then I will get into a religious, politicius (?) breakdown.
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| March 15, 2010, 7:21 pm
Quoting Matthew Novosad
Now, I have many reasons to believe in Aliens. First and Foremost (I want you responding to this) I have been and are continually abducted. I show all the signs. One is a sudden loss of memory of something that just happened. Happened to me on Thursday night. Second I live in a quiet area without light pollution and all the time I see UFOs outside. Why I say they are UFOs? No sound is coming from anywhere while there are flying lights in the sky that move unlike other flying objects! And I see strange lights coming from the woods outside my house. I live on top of a hill and the distance I see them from is really not cars or anything. There is all the proof I need.

Aliens tend to prefer a quiet, subtle lifestyle, such as a small town. That is why the South gets more cases, for the North is full of large cities with lots of lights. My city's only seen about four UFOs, and that's suprising considering the light usage, and I've encountered two myself. I never really had a 'first' or 'third' encounter, just a view from my dad's car and driving back from the grocery store.
At all times, UFOs completely have to be viewed by luck; I could be missing a chance to see one right now.
The first encounter: Riding in the passenger seat in my father's PT Cruiser (custom, by the way) I ended up seeing a star in the sky, and it vanished completely among view! I'm not sure if it was on the way to the tennis court, or going back; maybe a possible sign of alien contact.
The second encounter is fairly explainable, although it is a bit freaky: Riding in the passenger seat of my mother's Volkswagen Jetta (jet black, btw) I happened to glance a star moving --without a sound, no flashing lights-- silently. Of course, by know I was carrying groceries into the house, and it was still moving. By a rough judgement, it was heading west (or north. I still need a compass) at a reasonable pace.
Then it disappeared going somewhere.
The other two happened from an online view (meaning I read it on the internet). First one, was when a target-shaped UFO was viewed over a restaraunt (or apartment). The other was a fireball shooting down a highway at rush hour on I-95!
~~William

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| March 15, 2010, 7:41 pm
I see two arguments for bipedal, human-like aliens:

1. Since the universe is so large, even star systems light-years away are, in universal terms, close, so whatever might live there might look like humans, or some earth animal.

2. Since we only know of one truly advanced species (humans) we do not know if there is a biological trend among highly advanced beings. Perhaps all highly advanced beings are bipedal and look more or less like primates. We just don't know.

However, I think what would be the most accurate depiction of an alien would be something from Lovecraft, specifically a shoggoth.

As for existence, I have little doubt. I consider the universe to be unending, so the odds almost guarantee that some form of extraterrestrial life exists.
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| March 15, 2010, 8:18 pm
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Funny story, to me. My Dad was a fighter pilot, he was training the pilots who went on to fly the F-117 (Stealth) in low level flight. He was an A-7 pilot at the time. He told me they trained at night, no lights, the next day there was always a story about some yahoo who heard/saw a UFO. The sightings were always where the pilots had flown the night before. Same thing happened when they test flew the B-2 bomber.
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| March 16, 2010, 12:41 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Funny story, to me. My Dad was a fighter pilot, he was training the pilots who went on to fly the F-117 (Stealth) in low level flight. He was an A-7 pilot at the time. He told me they trained at night, no lights, the next day there was always a story about some yahoo who heard/saw a UFO. The sightings were always where the pilots had flown the night before. Same thing happened when they test flew the B-2 bomber.

XD
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| March 16, 2010, 12:48 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Funny story, to me. My Dad was a fighter pilot, he was training the pilots who went on to fly the F-117 (Stealth) in low level flight. He was an A-7 pilot at the time. He told me they trained at night, no lights, the next day there was always a story about some yahoo who heard/saw a UFO. The sightings were always where the pilots had flown the night before. Same thing happened when they test flew the B-2 bomber.


Coincidence?!
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| March 16, 2010, 4:48 pm
Quoting William The Sniper
Aliens tend to prefer a quiet, subtle lifestyle, such as a small town. That is why the South gets more cases, for the North is full of large cities with lots of lights. My city's only seen about four UFOs, and that's suprising considering the light usage, and I've encountered two myself. I never really had a 'first' or 'third' encounter, just a view from my dad's car and driving back from the grocery store.
At all times, UFOs completely have to be viewed by luck; I could be missing a chance to see one right now.
The first encounter: Riding in the passenger seat in my father's PT Cruiser (custom, by the way) I ended up seeing a star in the sky, and it vanished completely among view! I'm not sure if it was on the way to the tennis court, or going back; maybe a possible sign of alien contact.
The second encounter is fairly explainable, although it is a bit freaky: Riding in the passenger seat of my mother's Volkswagen Jetta (jet black, btw) I happened to glance a star moving --without a sound, no flashing lights-- silently. Of course, by know I was carrying groceries into the house, and it was still moving. By a rough judgement, it was heading west (or north. I still need a compass) at a reasonable pace.
Then it disappeared going somewhere.
The other two happened from an online view (meaning I read it on the internet). First one, was when a target-shaped UFO was viewed over a restaraunt (or apartment). The other was a fireball shooting down a highway at rush hour on I-95!
~~William

I live in a small town. I see UFOs everytime I am outside at night. BTW I-95 is in what state? I live in CT and I'm pretty sure that it is in CT.
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| March 23, 2010, 6:44 pm
I'm not allowed to tell you. But I just had an encounter!
Here's the story:
I was going to go outside to freak myself out. And that worked.
Because when I walked over to look at my dad's car, there was a pole-shaped light in there. And it dimmed. It disappeared about ten minutes later.
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| March 23, 2010, 7:03 pm
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All right guys, no more sugar snacks and soda for you!
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| March 24, 2010, 9:48 am
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I grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere, it was very quiet and about 30km from the nearest small town and I never saw one single alien. Do aliens only land in America?
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| March 25, 2010, 2:32 am
Quoting Leda Kat
I grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere, it was very quiet and about 30km from the nearest small town and I never saw one single alien. Do aliens only land in America?

They must do because there have been no sightings here in Wales. Could be a possibility, but hey, whaddya know?
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| March 25, 2010, 6:36 am
Quoting Leda Kat
I grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere, it was very quiet and about 30km from the nearest small town and I never saw one single alien. Do aliens only land in America?

They have never landed, but I have seen UFOs in the sky. I know they are because planes make noise and UFOs do not. Every time I see a strange light in the sky I listen for a sound.
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| March 25, 2010, 10:37 am
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Quoting Leda Kat
I grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere, it was very quiet and about 30km from the nearest small town and I never saw one single alien. Do aliens only land in America?

Yes. Have you ever heard of anyother nation seeing aliens except us in America? Some people see the Virgin Mary on a muffin, we see aliens.
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| March 25, 2010, 10:43 am
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
They have never landed, but I have seen UFOs in the sky. I know they are because planes make noise and UFOs do not. Every time I see a strange light in the sky I listen for a sound.

Hey Matt, the F-117 stealth fighter and the predator unmanned drone are so quiet, you probably would not hear them. Just ask Saddam, oh wait....he's dead.
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| March 25, 2010, 10:44 am
Quoting Mister Bones
Hey Matt, the F-117 stealth fighter and the predator unmanned drone are so quiet, you probably would not hear them. Just ask Saddam, oh wait....he's dead.

But the closest military installment is the navy's base in New London. Only Subs.
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| March 25, 2010, 10:46 am
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
But the closest military installment is the navy's base in New London. Only Subs.

Ah.....where do you live?
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| March 25, 2010, 10:49 am
Quoting Mister Bones
Ah.....where do you live?

CT. We were in the news once or twice. First they wanted to put an Ash dump at the old mushroom farm (LEGO wanted to put a factory there too, but my grandpa pushed it out) and last night due to a construction accident while building a cell tower.
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| March 25, 2010, 10:55 am
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
CT. We were in the news once or twice. First they wanted to put an Ash dump at the old mushroom farm (LEGO wanted to put a factory there too, but my grandpa pushed it out) and last night due to a construction accident while building a cell tower.

CT huh, yeah, I do not know of any Air Force bases near there that fly the F-117. I think there is one in NY, and that is not very far off.
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| March 25, 2010, 10:59 am
Quoting Mister Bones
CT huh, yeah, I do not know of any Air Force bases near there that fly the F-117. I think there is one in NY, and that is not very far off.

I would have to look into that. My dad works in NYC as a power plant operator. Did you hear about that Kleen Energy Plant explosion? My dad was going to be transferred there. My dad's friend worked there too. To more accuratley feel my position I live in Franklin right next to Norwich.
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| March 25, 2010, 11:06 am
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
I would have to look into that. My dad works in NYC as a power plant operator. Did you hear about that Kleen Energy Plant explosion? My dad was going to be transferred there. My dad's friend worked there too. To more accuratley feel my position I live in Franklin right next to Norwich.

I did hear about that, good thing your Dad was not there when it happened! I am not that great with Eastern geography, I would have to consult a map of CT. I know the states, but that is about it, oh, and most of the Civil War battlesites, but those were south of you a ways...except Gettysburg.
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| March 25, 2010, 11:08 am
Quoting Mister Bones
I did hear about that, good thing your Dad was not there when it happened! I am not that great with Eastern geography, I would have to consult a map of CT. I know the states, but that is about it, oh, and most of the Civil War battlesites, but those were south of you a ways...except Gettysburg.
Luckily his friend was not there either. My friends sister was at a swim meet not far from the plant and they felt the explosion there. Here is the google map of Franklin. http://www.city-data.com/city/Franklin-Connecticut.html
If you zoom in on Rt 32 and you find a hill called Meeting House hill RD or Pound hill road, follow that and find a road called Dr Nott Road, I live at the end of the dirt road, I do not own the barns My Grandfather does. And that is my house. The pic they have there is a little old. We now have solar.

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| March 25, 2010, 11:16 am
Quoting Mister Bones
I did hear about that, good thing your Dad was not there when it happened! I am not that great with Eastern geography, I would have to consult a map of CT. I know the states, but that is about it, oh, and most of the Civil War battlesites, but those were south of you a ways...except Gettysburg.

By the way, would you mind if I make a topic called the legend of Dr, Nott. It is an old town legend about a man called Dr. Nott who died in a painful spooky way.
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| March 25, 2010, 11:18 am
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
By the way, would you mind if I make a topic called the legend of Dr, Nott. It is an old town legend about a man called Dr. Nott who died in a painful spooky way.

Please do. Should be interesting.
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| March 25, 2010, 11:23 am
Quoting Mister Bones
Please do. Should be interesting.

It will also include other town legends. Micka Rood should be good!
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| March 25, 2010, 11:24 am
Quoting Andrew Knox
I see two arguments for bipedal, human-like aliens:

1. Since the universe is so large, even star systems light-years away are, in universal terms, close, so whatever might live there might look like humans, or some earth animal.

2. Since we only know of one truly advanced species (humans) we do not know if there is a biological trend among highly advanced beings. Perhaps all highly advanced beings are bipedal and look more or less like primates. We just don't know.

However, I think what would be the most accurate depiction of an alien would be something from Lovecraft, specifically a shoggoth.

As for existence, I have little doubt. I consider the universe to be unending, so the odds almost guarantee that some form of extraterrestrial life exists.


Then there are the folks who claim that we were genetically engineered by aliens, of of course...
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| May 13, 2010, 11:22 pm
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Quoting Ewen Albright

Then there are the folks who claim that we were genetically engineered by aliens, of of course...

That would explain Phipson and Kelso....or me I guess.....
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| May 14, 2010, 11:23 am
Guys, I am an alien. I come from Nubisia Prime just passed the Horse head nebulah. I have to say I like Earth more and am gonna stay. Funny thing is, we are all humans over there as well. Everywhere we go, we find aliens who are just like us, it is frustrating. Although there was one planet that rocked, they were human aswell, but they had violet skin and reddish hair, and a disproportionate ratio of females over males. I lived there quite a while...
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| May 15, 2010, 8:29 am
Quoting Andrew Knox
I see two arguments for bipedal, human-like aliens:

1. Since the universe is so large, even star systems light-years away are, in universal terms, close, so whatever might live there might look like humans, or some earth animal.

2. Since we only know of one truly advanced species (humans) we do not know if there is a biological trend among highly advanced beings. Perhaps all highly advanced beings are bipedal and look more or less like primates. We just don't know.

However, I think what would be the most accurate depiction of an alien would be something from Lovecraft, specifically a shoggoth.

As for existence, I have little doubt. I consider the universe to be unending, so the odds almost guarantee that some form of extraterrestrial life exists.


Argh, I am empowering an Elder SIgn as we speak jus t at the mention of those cursed Shoggoths...
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| May 15, 2010, 8:32 am
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Sounds like a party!

Absolutely... You should have seen it when the blue chiks came out...
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| May 19, 2010, 4:30 am
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