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i think there is life out there, if our planet was made by the big bang, then its probably happen before somewhere in outer space.

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    All these spots are galaxies. This is just one dark spot that Hubble took a picture of. There has to be some other form of life out there. Mathematically, it's got to be a certainty. Whether they are as advanced as us is another debate.
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    - CaptinCrunk October 16, 2011, 1:05 pm
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    alienssquare -  ufos

    Damn, beat me to it.
    - Ertrov October 15, 2011, 12:33 am
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    Constructive debate then!

    • Math
    • June 23, 2009, 5:49 am
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    Agreed that the bible has no place in science and space. However, who are we to judge and assume that there are no other worlds like our own, both advanced or lesser, or anything for that matter. I honestly give it a few more thousand years *2012 IS COMPLETE BS IMO* and we will see something that will shake all theories down and leave a select few standing victoriously over the rest.

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    Why is it that all ufo's are flying saucers?

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    OK, well scientifically speaking the odds are EXTREMELY slim. The likelihood that there is another form of life out there is about 2% (out of the entire universe) and even less likely that they've mastered space travel... but i still believe that there is something out there... Also totally unrelated but no where in the bible do they say our planet is the only ones with life.

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    statistically, there is life out there, as the universe is so big that somewhere complicated chemicals similar to DNA will have developed

    Cynically and mathematically however: The true population of the universe is 0
    This is because the universe is of unlimited size, with countless numbers of galaxies with countless numbers of start and planets within each one
    We can only prove that there is other life if we can find the average population within a sectoin of the universe and multiply tht by the total volume. The only problem is that the total volume is infinite, so the population per area is 0, while the total is infinite

    The only way to solve this problem is to ask ourselves, which takes priority, 0 or infinity, much like the question:
    What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
    My answer is nothing, as the two cannot coexist.
    My theory is that there is therefore no life in the universe and that everything I know, my memories, the people around me etc. are all just a projection of the immensly awesome thing that is me in my present staet
    tyvm

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    the bible has nothing to do with this. By discovering space, we have automatically disproved creationism as we know that there is no water above the flat surface of the earth
    because yes, I an atheist, am probably the only one here who has read the entire bible
    1.5 times

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    There has been recent research that shows there are micro organisms that existed on Mars, believe it or not Mushrooms are actually aliens living among us. As they came from outer space

    • Xraxis
    • November 30, 2009, 9:45 am
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    whoa whoa whoa, did you just say mushrooms are aliens? like are you fucking insane.. and wtf does the bible have to do with the universe, imo the bible is a bunch of bullshit and sorry to all you religous people but i think its all a waste of time worshiping somebody that we've never seen. as george carlin said.. worship the sun, at least you can see it LOL theres probably tonnes of other life out there maybe well more advanced then we are, or maybe not but we may never know. but personally i dont believe in 'ufos' or aliens, just a bunch of attention seekers claiming they've seen them. It's cool to imagine theres an infinite amount of earths out there just like ours with people and animals just like ours, with a different history and different technologies and ways of living and religions and cultures.

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    I beleive there is something out there, besides, there have been 'things' found on other planets that *hint* at past life or future life, and as said above, take into consideration how massive our universe is, and that there are an infinite many more out there like or more advance, or possibly less advanced, than our own.

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    This picture is what the Hubble team called deep space field. The team pointed the telescope into a spot in the sky devoid of any visible stars. They left the shutter open for a long time to collect as much light as possible. The section of seemingly blank sly was the size of a keyhole.

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    I think the hiding by Governmental bodies is due to wishing military secrets to be kept. Not extraterrestrials.

    And the 2% figure somewhere above on the probability of life being elsewhere is erroneous. Even if the probability of life existing on a planet is 1/1,000,000,000; we should still expect 1,000,000,000 planets to have produced life. And yes, as said above, even Mars, so close to us, is a candidate for extraterrestrial life.

    Also, I've read the Bible ten times. And yes, I'm now a subset of Atheist (Scientific Pantheist).

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    This is very misleading in my opinion. "Population" and "Population/Area" are two very different measurements that, above, you use interchangeably.

    Population/Area, sure, either zero or undefined, because of the problem of infinite (or transfinite) volume of the universe.

    However, Population itself? Unquestionably more than 0. There is no division involved in this calculation, it is simply a count of lifeforms.

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    I think there is ufos out there somewhere

    • peace
    • March 8, 2010, 6:30 am
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    Okay well after doing a lot of research and thinking and reading... blah blah blah... Ive come to the conclusion that life beyond this planet is extremely unlikely, maybe even impossible simply because of how complex and difficult life is. When thinking rationally; its impossible to go look outside at the stars or look at how complex the human body is and believing that it can happen by chance. Furthermore, if there was a "big bang' the galaxy would be forever expanding from a central point. But several different solar systems are coming closer together and further apart proving that theory wrong. If there were several "big bangs" then there probably wouldn't be a galaxy due to the size of the explosion that could create a galaxy that never ceases to expand. Lastly religion has plenty to do with science, because when people didn't know the answers they would go make something up to make it all make sense. So when you wonder how this world and other worlds and all of this was created.. your mind doesn't begin to comprehend it, so its logical to do one of two things. Believe one thing that has been around with the answers or make up your own. Either way you don't know the real scientific answers. Also your not the only person who has read the bible through entirely more than once. :)

    -- I have one question to ask.
    What is the point of life, without god?

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    I'm not sure where you've gotten that information but it's considered more along the lines of 99.999% chance of intelligent life out there. Let alone life in general. There are more stars (only counting the ones we can see) than there are grains of sand on this planet. It's estimated that there are atleast 200,000,000,000 stars in our galaxy alone and there are, that we can currently observe, over 50,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe.

    • Dannyl
    • March 16, 2010, 4:12 am
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    This basicly summarises what aliens will think of us

    • BEASTY
    • October 15, 2011, 12:32 am
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    Who really gives a f**k? UFOs on earth are a load of bollocks, so just ignore the crap that idiots come up with and get on with more important stuff

    • Bekenel
    • November 30, 2009, 12:03 pm
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