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15530330 No.15530330 [Reply] [Original]

Where are all the Aliens !?

>> No.15530333

>assuming alyums exist
ngmi

>> No.15530370

>>15530330
Fucking your mom.

>> No.15530500

>>15530333
the real question is why wouldn't the universe create similar conditions for life to appear elsewhere? we do see it can do it, so the questions isn't are there aliens or not, rather why wouldn't the universe be able to do the same in some other random part. if you don't have a good answer then aliens do exist, out there somewhere.
tho it makes no sense for biological aliens to be here on earth. zero sense. the chances that they would be compatible with our surface conditions are pretty low. our gravity could fuck with them big time. or pressure, or temperature, or luminosity. our microbes could fuck them up real bad depending on their biology. there's so many reasons for them to not be here that I find it absolutely retarded to even think about it.
if anything maybe their tech could be here. that could make some sense, considering some ultra advanced tech that's paradigm shifting shit.

>> No.15530505

>>15530330
Why would they be interested in Earth enough to spend resources to get here?

>> No.15530506

>>15530330
Doing my yardwork

>> No.15530528

>>15530505
we're special and worthy to be analyzed in person, which is just a gypsy wet dream so we could possibly rob them of their advanced technology.
>come here aliens, we're special and interesting, also don't forget your high-end tech. promise will be interesting, can't wait to see you xoxo
we are space whoring in hopes we can steal new science

>> No.15530533

can you stop making this thread

>> No.15530541
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>>15530333
>>15530500
Universe doesn't like one-offs, in fact they're basically nonexistent. Call it a fallacy, but that's why I believe there are aliens elsewhere. Probably few and far between.

>> No.15530545

>>15530500
because """they""" keep killing all sentient life
and we are next

>> No.15530549

>>15530545
bruh that's such a banal task for anything smart enough to get here. that's a vial of special engineered virus thrown in a random part of the ocean. the amount of energy needed for them to just wipe out all humans, and nothing else, is so simple and energetically cheap on their part, that it would have happened by now and we'd have no idea what hit us.

>> No.15530614

>>15530330
There is no verifiable life in space and never will be
Kaku schizos can dream and theory craft all they want at the end of the day the dark matter only exists in their stretched assholes

>> No.15530705

Where would these aliens come from? There are no planets capable of supporting a technology using civilization within thousands of light years at the very least.

>> No.15532308

>>15530330
6EQUJ5

>> No.15532329

Trappist was the best hope for the ayys but it's turning out to be a nothingburger. There is nothing in space but lifeless rocks.

>> No.15532520
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>>15530330
"They believe in the government and thus believe the extraterrestrial lie. These dupes do not know that the Illuminati are the aliens who plan to destroy the United States of America in any event. When I saw Operation Majority while serving in the Navy I believed the alien threat was real just like everyone else. It was not until I had performed many years of research that I was able to fully understand exactly what it was that I had seen. It was extremely difficult for me to believe that my government and the United States Navy had used me, especially since I had dedicated my life to government and military service. Most government and military personnel cannot and will not believe such and idea. The plan is real. The extraterrestrial threat is artificial. The threat is presented through the use of secret technology originally developed by the Germans in their secret weapons programs during WW-II, by geniuses like Nikola Tesla, and many others."
-Bill Cooper

"I know that the CIA employees were programmed to believe in such alien forces in order to mask their uber programmers - these operatives were indoctrinated - made to foster this 'alien agenda' belief system and to pass it on. The Nazis were creating aircraft that looked like flying saucers. If any retired CIA official decided to talk about all of this - after the documents had been declassified 'memory modification' would kick in i.e. the unwitting mind control victim would add fanciful stuff about the 'alien agenda' to confuse the issue. I know that there were Illuminati/Nazi designs of aircraft, of the 'flying saucer' variety - but they were not built or flown by 'aliens'."
-Ex MI6

https://youtu.be/CJqBiH2e5HM?t=3407
https://youtu.be/UTLHmbbI8ik

pro tip: the earth is flat and stationary, aliens don't exist

>> No.15532784

why do people think the distance is a limiting factor in aliens sending shit here. sure our radio waves and shit arent far out but i dont really see how that is relevant.

we dont look for life only with radio waves, we look at atmospheric composition and shit, and our planet has been emitting signs of organic activity for what, 3.5 billion years? so any or many civilizations that are ahead of our timeline that are analyzing planets for organic atmospheric activity trends with more powerful telescopes than we have could have sent drones in that window and even if they weren't close to FTL travel they could be here. they didn't have to know humans were here just that life in general was developing. and with how our AI has developed over the last few years years im sure they could have something similar thats advanced enough to the point that we think we are "communicating" when its really just some alien chatgpt shit.

theres no FTL or wormhole shit really necessary for this to happen, just the assumption that other species are somewhat ahead of us on a tech timeline so why would it be so shocking. im sure within 50 years we'll be sending out golden disc tier drone ships with chatgpt preuploaded all over the place so why wouldnt other species

>> No.15532819

I'm right here

>> No.15533355

>>15530330
We are the oldest and most advanced ones.
Everything you think about aliens, that will be us.

>> No.15533375

>>15530500
>Retarded summerfag uses improbability for alien life
>continues to say low probability of aliens can survive on earth

>> No.15533376

>>15533355
>We are the oldest and most advanced ones.
Definitely in our lightcone.

>> No.15533382

>>15530330
From the perspective of my planet you are the alien

>> No.15534082

Most likely invisible/entirely indetectable by humans, perhaps even existing within a set of dimensions completely orthogonal to our conventional concept of spacetime

But rest assured, there are literally millions of species of human-intelligent-or-greater life in the universe out there

>> No.15534126

>>15533382
Not possible. We humans are the most important and most sexy. And we are special. One day we will travel the stars and advance past others. First we must rid our species of low intelligence, violence, and greed.

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15534133

Even if the prob. of life in a given solar system was 0.0001%, we would still have thousands if not millions of planets with life. That means they're out there somewhere, but you were unfortunate enough to be born in the one planet where you are forced to pay taxes to pedophiles. Think about that for a moment.

>> No.15534134

>>15534133
There could be cultures way worse than ours out there.

>> No.15534142

>>15534133
0.0001% seems high

>> No.15534367

Reminder that none of the planet finding missions like Kepler have found a single Earthlike planet yet. Of course many planetary systems can't be detected because they're at an inclination that doesn't transit their star as seen from Earth. However, we still have a large enough random sample to conclude that the likelihood of another Earthlike planet within a few thousand light years is practically nil.

>> No.15534381

>>15530330
They went back to Zeta Reticuli