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Old 12-01-2014, 01:29 PM
 
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What about intelligent life here on Earth from Unidentified Human Objects?

It will be interesting to see how this palys out in scientific discovery:

Stanford University Examines Biological Entity Found In Atacama Desert | Collective-Evolution

Of note, other tiny humanoids have just been discovered in Ireland...
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Old 12-02-2014, 06:58 AM
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What about intelligent life here on Earth from Unidentified Human Objects?

It will be interesting to see how this palys out in scientific discovery:

Stanford University Examines Biological Entity Found In Atacama Desert | Collective-Evolution

Of note, other tiny humanoids have just been discovered in Ireland...
pretty obvious what those are, isn't it?
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Old 12-03-2014, 09:11 PM
 
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I don't know about UFO enthusiasts, but it says that this was DNA tests and found to be 91% human. A monkey is 96% human. So it's not human at all. Had we found allot of these, that would suggest it lived on earth, but objectively speaking, the possibility of UFO is not ruled out.

There is tons in the myth and folk lore to suggest that there were more advanced civilizations on earth then we know.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atacama_skeleton
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Old 12-04-2014, 10:26 AM
 
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I don't know about UFO enthusiasts, but it says that this was DNA tests and found to be 91% human. A monkey is 96% human. So it's not human at all. Had we found allot of these, that would suggest it lived on earth, but objectively speaking, the possibility of UFO is not ruled out.

There is tons in the myth and folk lore to suggest that there were more advanced civilizations on earth then we know.


Atacama skeleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Well, the skeletons are still 91% human DNA...that's more human than say, a horse or a hippo.

Me, I think they are another life form..I'm remembering how many reports over the years of supposed contacts with aliens refer to various medical tests and procedures..maybe this is the result..a blend of alien and human...

Lots of cultures have stories and "myths" of "little peolpe" in their folk lore. Mabe these weren't folk lore at all? But reality. Interesting to consider.
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Old 12-04-2014, 01:34 PM
 
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I would care. I would want to see what it is like out there in the universe.
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Old 12-04-2014, 08:11 PM
 
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If we found Signals in space, (If SETI found something) or maybe if one of our Rovers, or Satellites, came across Intelligent Alien Life on another Planet, Moon, or whatever else. This Proof was undeniable, it wasn't a false alarm,

Would you care? Yes.
Would you want the government to spend more money spent to investigate? Yes.
Would you want to try to communicate? Sure, but realize it will take at the very least several thousand years for the signal to reach them.
Would it somehow change the way you lived? No.
Would it somehow change the way you look at the world or universe?Yes.

Just wondering.
^^ My answers above
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Old 12-08-2014, 01:50 PM
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If we found Signals in space, (If SETI found something) or maybe if one of our Rovers, or Satellites, came across Intelligent Alien Life on another Planet, Moon, or whatever else. This Proof was undeniable, it wasn't a false alarm,

Would you care?
Would you want the government to spend more money spent to investigate?
Would you want to try to communicate?
Would it somehow change the way you lived?
Would it somehow change the way you look at the world or universe?

Just wondering.
It would be pretty neat to find life out there, but unless it's intelligent life that's willing to share their advances I doubt much would change in our daily lives.
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Old 01-20-2015, 04:39 PM
 
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Faster than light travel is inevitable - that's not a science fiction-ism. Just 120+ years ago, many scientists believed that "heavier than air flying machines" could not exist. Recently, an experiment was done on quantum entanglement which demonstrated that some operation was performed at something like 17 times faster than the speed of light. Aside from quantum computing, this phenomena will likely show the way of how to break through the accepted speed limit of light (aside from the recently reported speed of some neutrinos doing this outside of the quantum state).
Crazy thought here, but the presence of light is the only way to know that a particular place or thing actually exists. So, if something is faster than light, it had to have been in place before light hits it, or sometime in the past. But we wouldn't know it had arrived until some point in the future, when light catches up.

Hmmmm...
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