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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#8 - lujan
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User avatar #192 to #8 - levitatingscrotum
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They do lift. They lifted Atlantis, remember?.. fkn casual
User avatar #204 to #192 - ssheinrich
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just because the one of the top comments mentioned Stargate Atlantis, doesn't mean you can be an ass
User avatar #205 to #204 - levitatingscrotum
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Wait wut.. isn't the whole post about him presenting his thought of atlantis not sinking and being lifted up?.. or just lifting off.
User avatar #207 to #205 - ssheinrich
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yeah, but the "fkn casual" part will offend people who get easiily butthurt
User avatar #208 to #207 - levitatingscrotum
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Oh come on.. who gets butthurt about being called fkn casual..?..I myself get butthurt pretty easily but this?..
#230 to #208 - anon id: 0e5f7230
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What the **** did you just ******* say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the **** out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my ******* words. You’re ******* dead, kiddo.
User avatar #231 to #230 - levitatingscrotum
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gr8 b8 m8 I r8 8/8
#25 - thesovereigngrave
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That's the joke.png
#126 to #118 - anon id: 2f72de11
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That's the joke
User avatar #94 to #25 - demandsgayversion
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I'd take the guy more seriously on the right talking about aliens than on the left. On the left, he just looks creepy.
#168 to #25 - anon id: 73f5b554
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Greetings to Greece from Serbia!
#179 to #168 - anon id: 760ae796
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jebi se tamo
#185 to #179 - anon id: 73f5b554
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Hocu, sa tvojom kevom.
#174 to #168 - anon id: d143bd03
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Greetings to Serbia friend.
#171 to #25 - anon id: aebfecf4
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha omfg
User avatar #135 to #25 - breastestvillainy **User deleted account**
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He looked better without the insane man hairstyle.
But I think it suits his way of thought.
User avatar #76 to #25 - headlesspoodle
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what if he's the alien and is actually trying to warn us of an invasion
#3 - Flywire
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No hes correct. Atlantic did take off...in Stargate.
User avatar #151 to #3 - DremoraValkynaz
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As much as I liked SG-1, I thought Atlantis was the best Stargate series.
#184 to #151 - alos
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I liked the older SG-1 compared to when Mitchell joined but yeah, Antlantis ftw
I liked the older SG-1 compared to when Mitchell joined but yeah, Antlantis ftw
User avatar #186 to #184 - reqiuem
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Jack O'Neil is the best !
#187 to #186 - alos
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Aww, you're making him blush
Aww, you're making him blush
#188 to #187 - reqiuem
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Comment Picture
#189 to #188 - alos
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And there was my favourite episode. Wait a sec. Requiem! Didn't you do a massive dump of SG reaction gifs?
And there was my favourite episode. Wait a sec. Requiem! Didn't you do a massive dump of SG reaction gifs?
#190 to #189 - reqiuem
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Well i haven't posted anything related to stargate until now haha
Well i haven't posted anything related to stargate until now haha
#267 to #190 - Flywire
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Best episode EVER. same episode of O'Niell and Teal'c juggling.
#191 to #190 - alos
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I was sure that I got my entire reaction folder of Stargate things from you :/ Oh well, my mistake.
#4 to #3 - Flywire
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C is kinda close to S....
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#5 to #3 - alos
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**** yeah Atlantis!
**** yeah Atlantis!
User avatar #29 - phoenixprince
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in the damn story of Atlantis the guy even says its a "purely hypothetical city"
User avatar #38 to #29 - PyroIsFiya
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Pro Tip, google meta physics
User avatar #84 to #38 - liquidz
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MLG pro tip, meta google, meta google meta physics
User avatar #233 to #29 - EpicAnon
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You mean in a movie about a fake world they say the city is fake?
That's a double negative, it's a real city.
User avatar #235 to #29 - anonymoose
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Hypothetical is just the name of an alien race.
#41 to #29 - Keoul
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But hypothetically if it was real it would not have hypothetically suck but hypothetically lifted off.
But hypothetically if it was real it would not have hypothetically suck but hypothetically lifted off.
User avatar #10 - arsenymous
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Why do people deny the idea so quickly that aliens could have been on earth? Maybe this guy doesn't help but still.
User avatar #227 to #10 - toastandbananas
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because the people who believe that idea usually look and act like this guy
#13 to #10 - skvat
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what is the name and the source on this guy btw?
User avatar #23 to #13 - jewpacabra
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It's called Ancient Aliens
User avatar #14 to #13 - arsenymous
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He has a show on science channel called aliens i think. Couldn't tell you the name.
User avatar #17 to #14 - alphahacker
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History channel*
#16 to #14 - skvat
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allright thanks
#31 to #10 - kungfujesusx
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I like to believe that if the universe is infinite aliens have to exist. The question if they're advanced enough to come to earth and if so why they leave a bunch of random signs like this is some goddamn Professor Layton puzzle
User avatar #34 to #31 - arsenymous
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The greatest proof of alien's existence is the fact that they didn't come to earth. (its a quote)
#51 to #34 - kungfujesusx
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thought so, but what if we found life? Wouldn't we flip **** and try to contact it?
#35 to #10 - irishlawyer
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It's not that its not possible
Personally, I believe that at some point in the past 4 or so billion years, aliens may have visited or had some sort of interaction. But this guy takes a good point and completely butchers it. Similar to the WBC, I'm not likening him to them just using an analogy sure, religion isn't a bad thing, but some people take it too far.
#47 to #10 - jaked
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Occam's razor. There's no evidence to support it and it vastly complicates the existing model of history which is just as or more airtight than the alternate model he suggests. Basically if it ain't broke don't fix it.
User avatar #52 to #10 - durkadurka
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Because there are huge distances between stars, and space travel is incredibly resource intensive. And then you have to consider that planets that could support life are somewhat rare. And out of those, only a certain percentage will have life. And out of those only a certain percentage of that life will be intelligent. And out of those only a certain percentage will have advanced far enough to develop interstellar space travel.

What this means is that any life that could actually reach is is pretty damn far away. In all of the directions they could possibly travel, they'd have to happen to travel in ours (and they'd also have to go far enough).

So the chances of aliens actually making it here are extremely low. Why would you travel all of this way just to sneak around and possibly probe a few dudes? The amount of time and effort required makes no sense when the result is considered.

If aliens actually did make it here, they'd either be here to say hi and establish a relationship or to wipe us out and move in.
#59 to #10 - anon id: cfce9e52
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Because it's most likely impossible. You need a **** ton of resources to fly trough space to an even close to habitable planet.
User avatar #63 to #10 - yuukoku
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I don't deny that at all. However, there's hardly any evidence to support it, either.
#136 to #10 - pacs
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i am one
#144 to #10 - trustust
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Most of what he says is exagerated and misleading (see ancient aliens debunked). But there are documentaries (i.e. the disclosure project) that have good evidence for aliens vissiting our planet .There are testimonies of pilots, politicians and air controllers. Also video footage and a whole city saying they saw a UFO (Phoenix lights).
User avatar #225 to #10 - dubslao
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I don't know about being on Earth, but, in my opinion, you'd have to be completely ******* retarded not to think there was life somewhere else in the universe.
I don't mean War-of-the-Worlds laser-death-machine technology aliens, but maybe a small little reptile-like creature.
#247 to #10 - presentdent
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Fermi Paradox.
User avatar #252 to #10 - Epid
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found the alien
#258 to #10 - anon id: af616be7
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I believe in aliens. Why? By experience of course!
I know a lot of you will call this ******** but hear me out.

Where I live there is this rather large lake, one evening I was looking out over said lake.
Then I saw a glowing/pulsating orb thingy flying over it. I first thought it was a helicopter or something with its lights on or something. But it didn't make any sound so that was weird.
It keeps going at a rather fast speed and then just stops in the middle of the lake. It stays there for about 30 sec and then just shoots straight up into the night sky and disappears.

Idk what it was but I hold onto the belief that it was an ufo or some kind of alien drone.
it kinda looked like orb nr 2 from the left on this pic. (these are NOT the orb that I saw)
#55 to #10 - kingpongthedon
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As melontwilight said, lack of evidence, mostly. But in addition to that, lack of a good reason:

If they wanted resources, why Earth? We are in no way unique, the resources available here are more accessible and in much larger quantities on other planets.

Even if we did have something they wanted, why wouldn't they just come and take it. If they've mastered the technology to get here, even if only from a nearby planet, they'd be light-years ahead of us technologically. They'd be able to wipe us out on a whim. They'd have no reason to hide their presence.

Another possibility is tourism, but that has the same problems the prior section has. There's no reason not to reveal themselves. Surely they'd want to get up close to the natives.

There's also the possibility of research. However, we've already developed the technology to send unmanned probes to other planets, surely they would have as well. A probe is much safer and will have less impact on the system being studied. It doesn't make sense for them to come here for that.

To me, it seems improbable that any life capable of reaching us would have a reason to stay for long. If they are here, they're aren't interacting with us, which doesn't make sense to me. And if they are here and just not interacting with us, then they might as well not even be here. I can only base this off my perspective as a human, so they may very well have reasons beyond my capacity to understand, but I fail to see them.
#254 to #55 - anon id: af616be7
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Maybe they just like to observe us.
Maybe there is an intergalactic law for not disturbing the evolution of a developing planet.
#261 to #254 - kingpongthedon
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Yeah, I kinda brought that up already, but if they can't do anything, then for all intents and purposes they aren't here. It's a moot point if that's the case.
User avatar #111 to #55 - bumbojumbo
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Maybe they are trying to help us.
#236 to #111 - kingpongthedon
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I knew I was forgetting something Maybe, but I still think they'd make their presence known.
User avatar #237 to #236 - bumbojumbo
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I kinda think they did, in architectural wonders like the pyramids, which haven't sinked for a milimeter while the world's most advanced buildings sink every year. I mean, it's not much, but I ask myself is that really possible with only human strength.
#240 to #237 - kingpongthedon
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The Pyramids have seriously degraded over time and have moved drastically from their original placement. The only reason they aren't buried is because people constantly dig them out now. Up until Britain came in, the Pyramids and Sphinx were almost completely buried in sand. Point being, they are not the perfect structures Tsoukalos & others claims them to be.

As far as the technical feats of the ancients, there's a pretty clear build up from the first early pyramids and those at Giza. There was a progression in their understanding of how to build a pyramid, culminating in the Great Pyramids. They didn't start with those, they worked their way up to it. If it was aliens, it seems to me that they'd be able to make massive leaps in their technological progression, instead of the steady progress we do see.

As a soon-to-be material engineer, I refuse to believe that aliens would build anything out of stone, especially limestone. Surely any race that can master interplanetary travel has mastered metals, plastics, & composites. I don't know exactly what they would use, it could be something we've never seen before, but it sure as **** isn't going to be any type of stone.

Which brings me to the next point, the reason we experience more sinking in modern buildings is because we can sustain much higher pressures with modern materials. Back then they had to spread out the force over a much larger area to build a stable building, but now with steel, we can build something much larger over a smaller area. Greater pressure means it's going to sink faster. We have those problems because we are lightyears ahead of where the ancients were, not because they knew things we didn't. They simply hadn't gotten to the point where those things became issues.

I focused on the Pyramids, but the same holds true for any ancient wonder.
User avatar #15 to #10 - melontwilight
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Lack of evidence, mostly.
User avatar #18 to #15 - arsenymous
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In his show he trys to show evidence and when you actually get down to some of what he says it is not always foolish.
User avatar #19 to #18 - melontwilight
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Yea I'm kind of on the fence when it comes to life on other planets, but like many theories, it can't really be accepted as right or wrong until there is actual, physical proof such as a body or something.
User avatar #21 to #19 - arsenymous
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It's the same as religion behold my opinions with more proof. You can't completley accept it, but you can't completley deny it. However, the chances of there not being life on other planets are so small that it is almost impossible for there not to be.
User avatar #183 to #21 - approval
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I believe that there is other life some where in the universe, but I refuse to believe that extraterrestrial life has visited this planet when there's little to no proof. Though I do think that there's is a possibility beings from a distant planet may have come here. With that being said though, I also understand that we very well could be on the only planet int eh universe that has life.
#234 to #183 - danster
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What if there is proof and we're misunderstanding it?
User avatar #58 to #21 - yarr
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I'm pretty sure there's intelligent life on other planets. Them having set foot on planet earth however I don't believe.
#77 to #18 - anon id: e44b43c8
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most of the stuff on his shows is misinformation, he presents an idea and claims that it is only posible with aliens even though scientists know the actual cause
#89 to #15 - npfortytwo
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Lack of evidence doesn't necessarily constitute nonexistence.  It just means there's no (current) way to prove that it existed.  It all depends on your personal thought process.  Some people believe "it didn't happen until we find proof", some say "it happened until we can disprove it".     
On the whole, this can applied to a lot of different concepts and theories out there.  Hell, religion is probably the biggest one.  Is there a God?  Well, considering there are several versions of "God", none of which we can prove, the answer is: maybe.  There very well could be a flying spaghetti monster, for argument's sake.   
   
Way I see it, if somebody can make a good argument for something that isn't too far fetched, I'll accept that it might be truth until somebody can disprove it with actual evidence.
Lack of evidence doesn't necessarily constitute nonexistence. It just means there's no (current) way to prove that it existed. It all depends on your personal thought process. Some people believe "it didn't happen until we find proof", some say "it happened until we can disprove it".
On the whole, this can applied to a lot of different concepts and theories out there. Hell, religion is probably the biggest one. Is there a God? Well, considering there are several versions of "God", none of which we can prove, the answer is: maybe. There very well could be a flying spaghetti monster, for argument's sake.

Way I see it, if somebody can make a good argument for something that isn't too far fetched, I'll accept that it might be truth until somebody can disprove it with actual evidence.
#165 to #89 - anon id: 5c02fa44
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Science doesn't work on a "it happened until we disprove it" basis. That's the flaw in your logic. Since debates like this revolve around scientific evidence or the lack of, you can't say "its there we just havent proved it yet". That's devil's proof, and why any religious argument that starts that way gets absolutely laughed out of the community.

That's not to say there isn't evidence of "aliens" (outer life). We've found one celled life in space before. There just isn't evidence of something near our intelligence yet. Especially not something probing people's butts for giggles and coming to earth on a regular basis.
User avatar #260 to #165 - npfortytwo
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What people choose to believe is based on their own personal dispositions, not based on how science does or doesn't work. People can (and still) deny evolution, even with undeniable, solid proof that it has occurred just because of what they read in a book. That's what they choose to do.
I didn't say "It's there, we just haven't proved it yet."
I said, "If it isn't too far fetched, it might be true until somebody can disprove it with actual evidence." Emphasis on the word "might".
#265 to #260 - anon id: 5c02fa44
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You're acting on the basis that you can just say "the grass could be rainbow" and wait until someone says "but that's wrong." and proves why. People shouldn't be believed if they say something without any proof multiple from different sources. Theories are useless without evidence. There's a reason scientific theories have to go through a large amount of review to ever be accepted - you can't just say the grass could be rainbow and tell people to prove you wrong.
User avatar #268 to #265 - npfortytwo
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First of all, yes, I can say that "the grass is rainbow" and tell people to prove me wrong - and they can, and will, because it's obvious the grass isn't rainbow.

Are you even reading a word I put into these, or are you just going to try and reword your first comment in as many ways as you possibly can?

Now let me again repeat what I'm trying to say.
"If it isn't too far fetched, it might be true until somebody can disprove it with actual evidence."

Key words:
too far fetched
might

Guess what's too far fetched? The grass being rainbow colored.
Guess what isn't too far fetched? The concept that there might be a higher power.
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#66 - hadrian
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Yep, it did.
#72 to #66 - megayoming
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It was all fun and games till it got canceled
It was all fun and games till it got canceled
#75 to #72 - hadrian
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Have this as well. Never know when you might need it.
Have this as well. Never know when you might need it.
#82 to #75 - megayoming
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God the erection i got from this show
hell even the Universe series was a godsend

Jpeg vary relevant
#202 to #82 - ssheinrich
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universe, to me, was almost complete ****. to much drama for me
universe, to me, was almost complete ****. to much drama for me
User avatar #93 to #82 - caet
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ew
#73 to #72 - hadrian
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#83 to #73 - megayoming
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That moment when you realize we never get to know what happened to the city on earth that had a suicide bomb or what happened to Atlantis after it jumped
So many unanswered questions and no show
User avatar #103 to #72 - ilbacondeity
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It ended fine. I enjoyed it. Wish they ended SG-1 2 seasons early when they killed anubis and destroyed the replicators... the ori were completely unfun imho

Universe had a nice premise, but a bunch of the characters were not very likable, and the premise itself was a little bigger than they could handle imo... Again, good premise, pretty **** execution...
User avatar #92 to #72 - caet
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it didnt get cancelled though. it had a series finale
User avatar #96 to #92 - megayoming
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its last episode had to be altered so it could close its doors
i can understand the confusion but the other series was shut down with 3 episodes left and then a cliffhanger to rule them all
User avatar #97 to #96 - caet
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Universe? That show sucked
User avatar #99 to #97 - megayoming
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It had a good spinoff story but yes was a irritable show to get through
But the fans mostly loved it

Just like going to get so much **** Startrek Starwars:clonewars
they both can be looked at and hated
#67 to #66 - ilbacondeity
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#69 to #67 - hadrian
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You magnificent bastard.
You magnificent bastard.
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As much as this guy may be a fanatic about his study, in all fairness there is still quite a bit we do not understand about our past and our universe. Perhaps suggesting that aliens were an integral part of our history is is a bit far fetched, But in the same breath we are still making new discoveries every day that change our perception of the past. People like to think that we have a very well documented knowledge of our past, but in complete honesty much of our ancient history is as much conjecture as our theories on dinosaur behavioral patterns. An archaeological dig is a lot like trying to assemble a jigsaw puzzle, except that half the pieces are missing/damaged beyond recognition, and you don't have much of a picture to go by beyond what others say it should look like, and what the area looks like presently (Which is probably radically different from what it was). Piecing together a historical scene takes a great deal of luck and patience, and the further back in history you go, the more difficult it becomes. Going back to our most ancient history, not much survives for us to study, save for stone/metal artifacts and abandoned monolithic structures with little context. Without context, it becomes nearly impossible to do anything other then speculate on how it all fits together.

TL;DR: The guy might be a bit eccentric, but in some ways he's no closer to the truth than other 'legitimate' historians.
#79 to #57 - megayoming
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As much as i want to say the human race is advancing. We still lack the ability to reason as much of our race is convoluted through religion/science/personal Beliefs (ext..)
To this day we don't understand much of our anatomy let alone the world to think that most people wont allow new technologies simply because of said beliefs
Stem cell resources have been discovered when the human body eats the proper amount of nutrients we naturally regenerate this was discovered by a scientist that was put on trail for mistreating a person who happily agreed to the test The kicker is The person was in perfect health but the man was not licensed to do any kind of experimenting or fallowing his proposed thesis because of the allegation that the body wasn't getting enough natural nutrients
the man was blind and the stem cells rejuvenated his cornea and other damaged parts of his eyes as well as lungs and liver

Taking that into consideration its vary probable that humans who believe that what is wrong is actually correct looking moor into it peoples perception are all different Then looking a Little deeper we see beliefs take a roll in that perception being scientific or religious for worse or better
User avatar #112 to #57 - EdwardNigma
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Except legitimate historians aren't making ridiculous claims that border on impossible with little to no evidence for it. This guy is chucking ******** around. At least a historian will speculate using evidence, things to support their theory and doesn't chalk everything up to aliens.
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That's kind of what I like about the show.  Most of what they say isn't claiming aliens did it all, but putting aliens in the missing pieces of the puzzle and seeing what sticks.  Did aliens maybe have something to do with the pyramids?  Probably not.  As more evidence of how it was built comes out and explains it.   
   
Did aliens have something to do with a south-american monument that was built of pure granite which was mined hundreds of miles away and dragged up a mountain side, and somehow cut into extremely finely cut shapes that modern tools struggle to replicate and even melted and molded by a civilization that at the time had no access to the wheel or writing, much less advanced stone-cutting and crucible technology?  Well now you start thinking.   
   
I like it because it makes you question the perceived reality that science currently gives us, which makes you more likely to think outside the box and more likely that you or someone's critical thinking would lead to better explanations and discoveries in the long run.  And maybe that critical thinking would come back and realize whether or not we had some help getting us out of the dirt in the ancient times.  Who knows?
That's kind of what I like about the show. Most of what they say isn't claiming aliens did it all, but putting aliens in the missing pieces of the puzzle and seeing what sticks. Did aliens maybe have something to do with the pyramids? Probably not. As more evidence of how it was built comes out and explains it.

Did aliens have something to do with a south-american monument that was built of pure granite which was mined hundreds of miles away and dragged up a mountain side, and somehow cut into extremely finely cut shapes that modern tools struggle to replicate and even melted and molded by a civilization that at the time had no access to the wheel or writing, much less advanced stone-cutting and crucible technology? Well now you start thinking.

I like it because it makes you question the perceived reality that science currently gives us, which makes you more likely to think outside the box and more likely that you or someone's critical thinking would lead to better explanations and discoveries in the long run. And maybe that critical thinking would come back and realize whether or not we had some help getting us out of the dirt in the ancient times. Who knows?
#120 to #57 - veryspecialagent
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You know, there's actually a book that explains all that.
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#46 - waffies
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Who said "Flying City"?
Who said "Flying City"?