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What does Crunchyroll make of UFOs?
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Posted 9/25/14 , edited 9/25/14
I heard you say about being open minded.
Well do remember than anything is possible, there is trillions of reasons that could of happened.
Aliens are only one of them.
There is probably more reasons for it being something we do not know or understand than there is it being aliens.

The way i think of things is i will just sit back and wait, if there is aliens, they will show one day.
If there isn't... Well i'm dead by then so who cares?

Additionally i am more of a ghost guy, even though i believe that when we all die there is nothing, we are just gone. I sincerely WANT to believe that there is some supernatural, strange unknown aspects to the world.
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Well you know, I believe in aliens (other living forms in different planets) actually. So, UFO's are not too far-fetched for me.
Posted 9/25/14
Well, if this Alien showed up on my doorstep I'd be shitting bricks.



Time to call Ripley...
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Well I don't think by any stretch we are alone in the universe. Also don't think we are the most advanced species in the universe. So wouldn't suprise me to find that some of the other species in the universe are visiting us. I'm guessing some sort of Prime Directive is keeping them from making real contact though.
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The new "heights" we got so far is a talking Cortana.
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Oh, Hollywood. You heartless bitch.
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Posted 9/25/14

ayesharocks wrote:

Well you know, I believe in aliens (other living forms in different planets) actually. So, UFO's are not too far-fetched for me.


I also believe there is life somewhere out there, but I don't believe any UFO's have ever visited because the distances are just too massive.
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Doomedfox wrote:
OP you believe that something as huge as free energy is being kept a secret but than they would slip up with a Video?
I find that amusing,
Nothing about that Video is proven anyways and how do you explain that an identical looking white dot also changes direction after the flash?
Check out your posted Video at 1.50 there is another identical looking white dot under the dot in question which also changes direction after the flash.
So we have 2 objects that behave in a similar matter after the flash totally supporting ice particle theory and on the other hand we have a UFO theory ignoring the behavior of the second identical locking object.


Keep laughing, My Friend. Every great Theorem holder and Philosopher were laughed at. Disclosure will be soon enough. I answer this reponse with <---That face.


Ah i see now my mistake for taking you serious to begin with.
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The whole concept of aliens is very interesting, but I don't know if this video is enough. For the first video footage that is shown, at about anywhere from the 45 sec-60 sec mark, it seems the "UFO" actually hit something. It's very faint and could be very easily missed. Though watch the video and look a little ahead of the path of the supposed UFO, there is something in it's path. My guess is just some debris running into more debris causing it to bounce off into another direction.

As for the other footage I dunno I would have to look at it more. The video was interesting, but to you as evidence for alien life I don't want to say yes. I am no expert when it comes to space, but I don't want to just jump to conclusions and say Aliens.
Posted 9/25/14
I am all about UFO's it's very interesting and been into everything and anything to do with the subject c: and I do believe we are not alone.

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This http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betty_and_Barney_Hill_abduction is the reason I believe. The Hill's were close family friends (Barney worked with my Uncle in the Post Office). They were sane as can be and really sweet down to earth people. What wasn't brought up much in the reports until much later was that the needle Betty mentioned being put in her navel had become a well-known test on pregnant women years later.

I agree what others have said about it being naive to think we're the only life in the universe. Some say that it's impossible for alien life to get here since we don't have the capability. What many don't realize is we're a baby planet compared to some of the other ones. There are planets millions or even billions of years older than us out there. Do you think millions or billions of years from now we'll still be struggling in the space race? I highly doubt that.
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I find it hard to believe that an alien species would take the time and energy to develop faster than light travel just to kidnap some blokes and mutilate livestock. I don't at all doubt the existence of alien life, but to assume we are constantly being visited is stupid and arrogant
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NeoPraetorian wrote:

I find it hard to believe that an alien species would take the time and energy to develop faster than light travel just to kidnap some blokes and mutilate livestock. I don't at all doubt the existence of alien life, but to assume we are constantly being visited is stupid and arrogant


It is not that I find it hard to believe. It is that I do not know why they would need to. Almost everything from the Hill's abduction to the links that created this topic are just conspiracy theories that only seem rational when we look at it from our worldview of today. When you look at it from a hypothetical alien's point of view, it just makes no sense.

Let us take a quick look at the Hill's abduction. On the surface, it seems to make sense. A couple at night on a lone deserted road. Of course they would be targets right? Except that by taking people who are already awake said aliens created the very inconsistencies that gave them away. Mainly the time gap. Why do that? Even with today's tech, if I wanted to study a human I would just gas some random farmhouse in the middle of Kansas at 2am. There would be no inconsistencies because everyone would have thought themselves to be asleep anyway. And why be invasive? Even today we can run a full MRI and X-Ray and find out pretty much everything we need to know about a person's physiology. I mean, assuming we do not just bother to hack some medical records or John Hopkins University's Medical School. About the only thing you could not get are actual samples. And those are easy enough to get. Just flirt over any random war zone at night and wait for a firefight. Then beam up or grab some random body. People will think it was just blown to bits and move on. Or again, hack a medical database.

Same thing for the cows. I mean, heck, you do not even need to steal them. Grab a few ounces of gold from an asteroid, contact a farmer via the Internet and offer to trade 5 cows for the gold and the farmer will deliver the cows to some random spot and leave them if he gets the gold and never look back. No need for face to face contact, no need for any trails or loose ends. But really, why even mutilate cows and leave them there? Why not just take what you need and dispose of them and leave a mystery? Leaving clues is just asking to be discovered which goes against the very nature of a clandestine operation.

The biggest problem SETI has is that it has not, to date, found any signs of alien communication on the electromagnetic spectrum. Which is not a good sign for alien life, at least within a 500 light year radius. It implies we are either the first or the last. Of course, we make so much noise here on Earth it is hard to read most of the spectrum, but what SETI monitors should be what others would monitor as well if they were looking for life. This implies that alien life, if we are the last to emerge, is far far more advanced. So advanced they have not used the electromagnetic spectrum for long distance communication in centuries, 500 or so at least. This implies a level of advancement a lot higher than ours. High enough that they would only need to leave traces of themselves if they wanted to.

Think of it, if a person went back in time to 1515 would it be possible to discover everything they wanted to know about the culture and people of that age without ever being seen? And the answer is of course, just the use of drones and sensors would accomplish a lot. If you had a sensor that could function like a MRI and X-Ray that was small enough you could just put it on a small drone, land it somewhere at night, and start collecting data en masse. If we can do it, why would aliens not?

If aliens did not really care what they left behind, then we would definitively know they are here. Think of it, when people litter, they litter a lot. You know people who litter have been in the area. If people do not litter, then they do not leave some litter and take the rest, they take all of it. The kind of behavior that would allow a species to conceal themselves in someways but not others that are obvious to it, would create either an irrational or insane personality profile as we know it. To do the irrational is almost the definition of insanity. And irrationality and insanity are not traits that should leave to technological development as those traits, if general in a population, should cause them to wipe themselves out.

So really, all of this makes no sense from an alien perspective. Only a human perspective. But if those are aliens out there, then we would have to look at things from their perspective and from that point of view pretty none of what conspirators talk about really makes any sense at all.

Posted 9/26/14
^ nods.


Even if aliens have space shuttles that can go at the speed of light; it will still take them like 50 years or more to get to our Solar System. That's how big the distance between things in the universe is.

No matter how advanced they are, they can't bring enough food/supply that will last them for that amount of time. And building their own ecosystem in the space shuttle is not even an option, if they are travelling at the speed of light..... The faster you travel, the heavier your space ship becomes...
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