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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybarite View Post
    I can't say that I've ever seen an angel – has anyone got any photographs or other evidence?
    haha, I knew you would say something like this. I love how forward you are Sybarite.

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    Has anyone got any evidence of *little green men* and *UFO's*?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corno Dolce View Post
    Has anyone got any evidence of *little green men* and *UFO's*?

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    A lack of evidence has never stopped the religious claiming that their particular version of god is real, has it?

    And UFO is not synonymous with 'flying saucer'. It simply means something that has been observed but not recognised/identified. So there have been plenty of sightings of UFOs.

    And I thought that this was a discussion about the possibility of other lifeforms? Are you suggesting, Corno Dolce, that you cannot imagine lifeforms other than "little green men"?

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    If we have extra-terristrial neighbours, then they're all keeping away (with jolly good reason).

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    Why, I can't understand how can anybody still have any doubts concerning extra-terrestrial forms of life. Surely the aliens do exist. They had once created us, human beings ( from their biological waste, some would say - by an oversight maybe ... well it happens ), and now they are visiting sometimes just to check out how the things are going .

    One spectacular flight over a beach of Hawaii or Haiti would normally do for this purpose ( I would also say flying over Syberia would be boring for them ).

    Here one of the numerous ground - breaking evidences:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrRyc...eature=related

    Another important thing - did you know that such Holliwood productions as The Fifth Element , Independence Day,....even Star Trek ...- were all made with the participation of aliens? No, I do not mean Bruce Wyllis was an alien...But the secondary roles, mass scenes....expert advices...

    Sure, no doubt. The names of aliens participated were not mentioned for the obvious reasons - first, they must be impossible to spell, and then - no one cares for the names of the actors playing the secondary roles anyway.
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    LOL @ Andrew - you crack me up

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    Andrew,my man!!!

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    Yes. The Univers is too big: we can't to be the unic life form in it.

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    There is a culture in central mexico that believes in this sort of thing.
    judy tooley

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    Cool Extra-Terrestial Life

    QUOTE=Oneiros;26564]I haven't seen any either, at least not with these two eyes. [/QUOTE]
    So what is the basis of your belief then, pure faith and faith alone?
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    By crikey Steve you dragged an old but interesting thread from the depths, 2007 and CD is still with us ??? I heard a Lady on the old steam radio answer thus to the question (is there life out there) “if there isn’t then its an awful waste of space”
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.H.C. View Post
    “if there isn’t then its an awful waste of space”
    Colin, isn't that also a quote from this Contact movie with Jodie Foster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    Colin, isn't that also a quote from this Contact movie with Jodie Foster?
    I don't know, I heard it on the radio quite a few years ago and it just stuck in my mind, she was a scientist but who was copying who I can't say, there is a grain of reason there. but I may be totally confused again
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    I saw some interesting speculation concerning the most likely initial scenario for a "close encounter" on a TV program (don't remember which one). the point one individual made was that the most likely first encounter would NOT be with the life-forms of another place in space, but with their probes/surveyors/machines. Think about it- biological life has some fragilities that militate against interstellar journeys... machines, not so much.

    Of course, visitation by a survey-probe makes for much less exciting Science Fiction than visitation by a bipedal alien walking down the gangway of the Flying Saucer.
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    Any sort of contact (probe etc) would be sufficient to prove that there was, or had been another culture. But would they still be alive? i.e. 2001, A Space Odyssey. How awful if they were now extinct, and how would we know. I believe half the reason we like to believe in other beings is the enormity of realising we are the only ones around, in all that space. Also, is space finite? going by normal rules the answer should be yes (every thing must have a beginning and an end) but it is a possibility that other rules exist. Sort of scary isn't it.

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