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    • Yes, no way we are the only ones. -- Votes: 63
    • .Nope, we are the only ones. -- Votes: 10
Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
1st Jan '13

Of course. I think it's very possible that we were even introduced to this planet by aliens.

Onalee's Mummy Due August 26 (boy); 1 child; Newcastle, Australia 5355 posts
1st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Smokey_Taboo:</b>" :shock: .......... ........ ....... ... please do explain"</blockquote>



I think she meant alien as from another country as opposed to the alien from another planet

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
1st Jan '13

Of course. It's arrogant to think we are the only beings in the infinite universe.



And, well, he tells me to believe:



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user banned California 36390 posts
1st Jan '13

Definitely. I think they have even been here and left descendanrs.

Mom2William&Michael 2 kids; 1 angel baby; New York 7600 posts
1st Jan '13

There's no doubt in my mind that there is life out there. How couldn't there be? I'm not so certain that they've been here, though. They could have, I guess, but it's not an absolute in my mind.

melindapple 1 child; Michigan 5425 posts
1st Jan '13

Yea I do. I just don't think they're what they are said to be (green little probing abducting dudes).

κατι 1 child; Memphis, Tennessee 3143 posts
2nd Jan '13

Yeah i do.

jo-jo 2 kids; ..., SA, Australia 2260 posts
2nd Jan '13

I do think that there probably is life somewhere out there on other planets, I dont how ever think that we have had visits from them yet....
If there are aliens on earth that have visited and decided to stay..I think they are disguised in the form of my sil's.. it would explain the odd behaviour.

Pinkie Pie Washington 603 posts
2nd Jan '13

Yes, but not in the little-green-men kind of way.



Way I see it, there's mathematically NO CHANCE that we are the only planet with some kind of life form. With billions/trillions of other planets/solar systems/galaxies and an infinite number of possible realities, it's extremely unlikely that we're the only planet in the only solar system in the only galaxy in the only possible reality, that contains life of some sort. Simple life forms are probably quite common all over the universe, it's advanced life that is probably quite uncommon.

He Who Must Not Be Named 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59285 posts
status 2nd Jan '13

Yes.



It's egotistical to assume the only living beings in this infinite universe(s) are on Earth.



Not to mention my own abhorrence of our assumptions that all beings must be carbon-based and need the same type of environment/space/resources that we have.

C.K.I Due September 10 (girl); 2 kids; Texas 13314 posts
2nd Jan '13

Of course. I also believe that it is very likely that we have been visited. Look how far our civilization has come, and imagine how advanced a much older race could be if they had a few hundred thousand years on us. It's even likely that humans were brought to earth by aliens/engineered in some alien labratory.

He Who Must Not Be Named 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59285 posts
status 2nd Jan '13
Quoting C&K:" Of course. I also believe that it is very likely that we have been visited. Look how far our civilization ... [snip!] ... hundred thousand years on us. It's even likely that humans were brought to earth by aliens/engineered in some alien labratory."


Have you watched The Pyramid Code docu-series?




:D

Crystallized Due February 24; 1 child; California 431 posts
2nd Jan '13

Yes.



I highly doubt that we are the only beings in existence within the entire universe.

NopeNotGonnaDOIt 6 kids; Cuba 3000 posts
2nd Jan '13

Yes I do. I also believe they have been visiting Earth since, well forever.

Derp Due January 10; 1 child; Camp Lejeune, NC, United States 11574 posts
2nd Jan '13

Of course. Do I think they're beaming Billy Bob up to the mothership from his trailer every week for some anal probing? Nope. I do, however, believe there's something else out there. This universe is just way too big for there not to be. We have found over 800 planets and find more just about every couple of days. Many of these planets are located in the perfect spot in relation to their star (like Earth is). In fact, there is one planet just 11 light years away from us that is five times the size of Earth and likely covered in liquid water. Where there's water there's life. It's probably microbial (if there's anything at all) but it still counts.