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Rogue_Violetta replied the topic: Re:Uncovering Aliens on Discovery

I'm still waiting to hear how the petition to name that huge planet Gallifrey has gone.

Another thing people forget is that we're looking for life out there... like us. But what if it isn't? What if something's a bit different?

I think Doctor Who nailed it with the Time Lords. Binary cardiovascular system, with a limited respiratory bypass, ability to handle extreme temperatures (the 5th Doctor was able to be in space with limited protective gear for no more than 7 minutes- as he stated himself, before doing it), and a core body temp of something like 15 C. From a binary star system, and an Earthlike planet, but larger, and differing in temperature. Even if it does look like Wales.

There are scientists that believe planets in binary systems can't support life. Maybe to do with the whole twin sun thing, but if the life form was able to adapt to the different extremes that may be faced... Who knows?

Or maybe there's Vulcans out there. Copper based.

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Rogue_Violetta wrote: I'm still waiting to hear how the petition to name that huge planet Gallifrey has gone.

Another thing people forget is that we're looking for life out there... like us. But what if it isn't? What if something's a bit different?

I think Doctor Who nailed it with the Time Lords. Binary cardiovascular system, with a limited respiratory bypass, ability to handle extreme temperatures (the 5th Doctor was able to be in space with limited protective gear for no more than 7 minutes- as he stated himself, before doing it), and a core body temp of something like 15 C. From a binary star system, and an Earthlike planet, but larger, and differing in temperature. Even if it does look like Wales.

There are scientists that believe planets in binary systems can't support life. Maybe to do with the whole twin sun thing, but if the life form was able to adapt to the different extremes that may be faced... Who knows?

Or maybe there's Vulcans out there. Copper based.

As long as we don't encounter Daleks I am good, BOC has been preaching about eti for decades.
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toom replied the topic: Uncovering Aliens on Discovery

To be honest, live is an cool factor and finding alian live would be maybe one of the most important things in human history but the universe is much more interesting.

The Universe is still expending in the speed of Light so what is around the universe? What is around the space that is around the universe? How looks the Center of the universe where the big bang happened.

This unbelievable distances. While the Universe still expands it could already crash in its Center and we don ' t know.
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I think it would be a ignorant of anyone to dismiss the possibility of life on other planets. The chances of us being the only lifeform is extremely remote. However, I simply do not believe that beings from another planet have ever visited Earth. There is not one credible shred of evidence that supports visitations from another planet. Even now when we got excellent digital cameras and video, nobody has obtained a video that is believable.

My argument is that if visitors from another world wants to remain anonymous/unseen then why on earth would they be flying around the skies covered in lights? I think the military have been using people's interest in UFOs to their own advantage so that they can fly around the skies in secret newly designed aircraft without anyone knowing, people just assume it's a UFO which is just what they want.

As for Bigfoot, I'm also extremely sceptical. If there had only been a few handful of sightings in areas of the USA that are sparsely populated by humans, but extremely dense in Forest then I would be more inclined to believe that there exist. However, if you look at a hotspot of where these creatures have been spotted, they are everywhere. That means there must be thousands and thousands of these hairy ape man walking around. There is no way a seven or 8 foot creature could possibly hide away without being seen properly or photographed, is just not possible in this day and age.

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daddadoo7 replied the topic: Re:Uncovering Aliens on Discovery

Ive always thought if we did find life what should we do ? I think it would be a mistake to let "them" know we exist. If the aliens were able to travel the stars they would be have to be much more advanced than we are and when more advanced species meets less advanced it never works out well for the less advanced species. On the other hand they may be so advanced that things like war are something that their society as overcome.

Im not sure inwould say science is poorly tought in the u.s. though people still come to our universities from all of the globe.

Rob ancient aliens is one of the nest shows on t.v i love it
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toom replied the topic: Uncovering Aliens on Discovery

I looked the series also a few times like Monster quest or river monsters and its pure popcorn entertainment. An strange fact is that Bigfood always shows himself to people that well would not stand directly for credibility



I would blame it on to many moonshine :cheer: we also have a lot of cryptoanimals in Germany like the

Bachkalb


Wolpertinger


or the most rare of all an greek tax payer :P but here are at least no one that believe on them and even try to hunt them ^^ even the crazy Reinhold Messner said that the Yeti he saw on on of his Expeditions is most likley and polar/brown bear hybrid
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OFL replied the topic: Uncovering Aliens on Discovery

I wonder if people will still believe in aliens, the Loch Ness monster, Bigfoot in 50 years time when credible evidence still hasn't been found? Surely there must come a point when even the diehard believers must hold their hands up and accept the fact that Bigfoot hasn't existed for thousands of years, the Loch Ness monster never existed, and aliens have never visited Earth.

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daddadoo7 replied the topic: Re:Uncovering Aliens on Discovery

I think aliens will alway be possible. Unless we aquire technology to actually travel to diff star systems
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OFL wrote: aliens have never visited Earth.


That we know of :P We could be being watched, the same way we watch wildlife. ;)

I don't believe in the Loch Ness monster, but I do like reading about it. It's kind of like reading that weird conspiracy theory, simply because it's interesting. Or am I the only one that does that?

toom- google 'Does Your Wolpertinger Linger?'. They made it cute.

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