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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #7 - alphanet
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i was waiting for a yo mama joke
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#28 to #7 - brehon
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#1 - doctorgolgo
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Fap thread anyone?
User avatar #69 to #1 - srskate
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Should have made it
Chrisitans
Against
Masturbation
Everywhere

C.A.M.E.
#11 to #1 - bonboy
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Her name was Ellen Farber actually.
Her name was Ellen Farber actually.
User avatar #107 to #11 - trojanmannn
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and it was a skit.
#3 to #1 - arthurdetoo
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#4 to #3 - arthurdetoo
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#5 to #4 - arthurdetoo
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#6 to #5 - arthurdetoo
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User avatar #25 to #6 - thegkexperience
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that look of defeat is priceless
User avatar #132 to #101 - gunthar
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thanks, putting louis with that girl created one of the funniest videos ive seen.
User avatar #220 to #132 - cabbagemayhem
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it's staged
#134 to #132 - comanderspy
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i want to find pics of her, or someone who looks a lot like her...
#139 to #134 - gunthar
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what about this one...
#141 to #139 - comanderspy
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name?
name?
User avatar #143 to #141 - gunthar
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hahah liza halton the first thing that showed up on google when i wrote ellen farber.
User avatar #146 to #143 - comanderspy
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U LIE!

it is actually Liz Holtan, after a bit of goozoogloling her i found she was the actual actress
User avatar #155 to #146 - gunthar
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haha sorry i got confused
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#12 to #4 - anon id: 68c9ec7a
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#19 to #12 - arthurdetoo
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#18 - ichbinzweijahrealt
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mfw local galactic group
#172 to #18 - swagbot
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I say again
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User avatar #241 to #172 - ichbinzweijahrealt
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I'm aware of the mistake. But I took the image from the interwebz and I'm not feeling like photoshopping and cropping a new one
#82 - zeecan
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#16 - thatdrummerguy
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**** you I won't do what you tell me.
**** you I won't do what you tell me.
#15 - pootington
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Goddamnit if no one else is going to post it, then I will.
Goddamnit if no one else is going to post it, then I will.
#75 to #15 - anon id: 9fde6c83
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the end of that gif is "your mom" bigger than the biggest stars in the universe.
#94 to #75 - pootington
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#21 - ultimoz
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And people still don't ******* believe in aliens
User avatar #41 to #21 - davve
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It depends on how you define "aliens". If you mean extraterrestrial life in general, then that's definitely out there. This will usually be in the forums of micro bacteria, whose evolution pretty much stands still for millions to billions of years.
Technically advanced civilizations like ourselves usually last a 1000 years or so after reaching that level, by destroying themselves. This is either through making their home planet uninhabitable or through war/disastrous global accidents/virtual diseases/etc. Most of these points have humanity proven to be excellent at doing.
Taking the cosmic timescales (billions of years) into account, these civilizations only last a fraction of a blink of an eye and the chances of multiple advanced civilizations existing within a galaxy at once is very small. Even smaller is the chance that a specie would even find another one in the vast mess of stars, or learns how to communicate over such distances.
Perhaps a specie will evolve sometime, somewhere that manages to reach a level of complexity at which it leaves its solar system and proceeds to harvest the energy of its galaxy. And eventually colonizes the rest of the universe. From what humanity have displayed thus far, one thing's for certain - it won't be us.
#45 to #41 - srapture
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I'm not saying that what you've stated is definitely incorrect, but you've just pulled some theory out of your ass and laid it out as if it's the definite truth.
I'm not saying that what you've stated is definitely incorrect, but you've just pulled some theory out of your ass and laid it out as if it's the definite truth.
#65 to #41 - anon id: 172f2ff5
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"Technically advanced civilizations like ourselves usually last a 1000 years or so after reaching that level, by destroying themselves. This is either through making their home planet uninhabitable or through war/disastrous global accidents/virtual diseases/etc.

Alright give me one example of a planet this has happened on.
#196 to #65 - pineapplepeople
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I was gonna say the exact same thing.
User avatar #68 to #21 - srskate
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There are legit scientific communities who think that Life is just that rare.
User avatar #76 to #21 - fatmanxxxx
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Well it's entirely possible that we are the first life in the universe. And it is also entirely possible that we are one of trillions of races. So until i see a mother ******* alien they don't exist.
#97 to #21 - allamericandude
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Until we actually find significant evidence of alien life, we can't go around telling people that it exists--no matter how great we think the odds are. Touting something as fact without the ability to prove or disprove it is called religion.   
   
That being said, I'd love to meet an alien.
Until we actually find significant evidence of alien life, we can't go around telling people that it exists--no matter how great we think the odds are. Touting something as fact without the ability to prove or disprove it is called religion.

That being said, I'd love to meet an alien.
#145 to #97 - newbiedoobiedoo
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It has been confirmed, but not how you would think, enlarge this and read it
User avatar #235 to #145 - allamericandude
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And apparently the journal "Cosmology" which the paper was published isn't scientifically neutral; it is notoriously biased towards the theory that life arrived on Earth via meteorites (like the article claims).
User avatar #234 to #145 - allamericandude
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Err, I wouldn't cash my bets just yet. First of all, that extremetech article is the only article related to that I could find (if people confirmed alien life, it would kind of be big news, wouldn't you think?) And they don't have the credibility that other news outlets have. Second, the study they're talking about hasn't been confirmed by anybody. Even the article says the findings "aren't a slam dunk yet" (which doesn't say much about the quality of their journalism, considering the title). This sort of thing has happened before--people found little fossil-like objects in meteorites only to find that they were just sediments.

So as much as I would like for that article to be true, I'm going to have to call ********.

Sorry.
#108 to #21 - anon id: 8a66d03f
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Dude, what if we ARE alone in the universe? imagine, the whole ******* universe and only life found is on earth.. lonely lonely ******* place we're in if that's the case. (Im discarding bacteria, prokaryotes and the likes of those from my example, ya know what Im intending).
#110 to #21 - anon id: 18a92808
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Yea, because alien means an extraterrestrial being present on our planet or spacecraft. As in "intruder". Chance of this save for all of us being of extraterrestrial origin is close to nill. As is chance we will ever even observe another civilisation of some sort somehow.

People won't imagine "hey this exo-planet has oxygen/methane atmosphere within the right temperature bracket so it might have some archea-like uglies on it" when you say "aliens".
#114 to #21 - anon id: e0c6c0c3
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Aliens doesn't exists. They are "existed" because of our optimism that there must be at least a life (at least ancient micro creatures) in this vast infinite universe. But there are no evidence proves they are exists (source: Howard Smith, astrophysicist at Harvard University). This is why atheists were flawed. Science is based on logical evidences, but without evidence of aliens, atheists believe that aliens are exist. Are you ******* kidding me? What is your arguments? You rejected God because there is no evidence that He exists but you accept aliens without evidence that they are exists? Your arguments are flawed.
User avatar #173 to #114 - ilovehitler
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Put some effort into trolling.
#122 to #114 - anon id: 4c1f5ffb
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Obvious troll
User avatar #142 to #21 - cudlefish
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Not to mention that there could be billions of other universes like ours
User avatar #171 to #21 - infineks
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I believe in aliens, but as depicted by the picture above, I highly doubt we will ever come in contact with aliens and vice-versa.
#246 to #21 - anon id: cceefe9d
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******
#248 to #21 - anon id: 55882fb8
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If the universe is so big, why isn't life also?
whose to say we aren't the first to evolve into logical beings?
#39 to #21 - meathooksodomy
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I once said my mom and my sister I believed in aliens and they started making fun of me, which is ironic because my mom believes in the horoscope.
I once said my mom and my sister I believed in aliens and they started making fun of me, which is ironic because my mom believes in the horoscope.
#79 to #39 - martbeast
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i needed that laugh. thank you.
User avatar #43 to #39 - srapture
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I love how horoscopes avoid making any clear statements about anyone just so it can potentially apply to everyone. They'll never say "you're intelligent" on it's own. It'll always be something like "You're an intelligent person, but sometimes find it difficult to put what you're thinking into words", so any idiots that spend their whole life talking **** read it conclude that they're totally clever and that this amazingly precise horoscope, tailored just for that twelfth of the world that are born around the same time as them, has perfectly pinpointed why people mistakenly think they're complete morons when they're actually geniuses that are unfortunately burdened by their inability to comprehensibly speak their brilliant ideas.
How people believe that stuff is beyond me.
#46 to #43 - meathooksodomy
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My mom actually went to see one of those people who read tarot cards and made her believe someone put a "spell" on her to make her have bad luck and she payed the guy to remove that "spell".
This was MFW she was telling me.
User avatar #49 to #46 - srapture
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That's a pretty horrible situation to be in. Also, all of those people are complete assholes, especially the "mediums". I don't know how the hell people live with themselves when they get paid to lie to some grief-stricken mourners about how their dead loved one is speaking to them from beyond the grave and then come out with some **** like "He says... Don't worry about the money" which can apply to so many situations that... well, it's the horoscope thing all over again.
User avatar #163 to #49 - hektoroftroy
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Even sadder then that is when the medium actually believes what their doing is real
#240 to #49 - anon id: b6e1ce7e
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While it may be lying, it still makes the mourners feel better, and that in itself makes up for the lies (even if the mediums only want money).
User avatar #242 to #240 - srapture
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I don't believe that at all. It may make them feel better, but it's bliss in ignorance. In my opinion, that's worse than the misery.
#30 to #21 - alanflindt
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I remember reading something that said "Stephen Hawking actually believes in aliens omg i thought he was smart!"
User avatar #23 to #21 - ogomer
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Most people (stupid people) think we mean the kind that comes in flying kitchen wear and abduct you to stick stuff up your ass.
#52 to #23 - srapture
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I don't know how that came about. You'd think that these people would see that if an alien civilisation was advanced enough to build spaceships to fly them to our planet, they are more advanced than us. They can be considered like us far into the future in that respect. So the people that believe it would have to wonder, why would we stick things up people ass rather that contacting them? Why would we draw large, nonsensical pictures in their cornfields? Some people just seem to avoid logic entirely. Toast.
I don't know how that came about. You'd think that these people would see that if an alien civilisation was advanced enough to build spaceships to fly them to our planet, they are more advanced than us. They can be considered like us far into the future in that respect. So the people that believe it would have to wonder, why would we stick things up people ass rather that contacting them? Why would we draw large, nonsensical pictures in their cornfields? Some people just seem to avoid logic entirely. Toast.
#140 to #52 - hankhillofthe
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The thing about that is, you have to take into account what the aliens would even be like. Humans are carbon-based life-forms, there could just as well be aliens that are just sentient gaseous hydrogen clouds.
The thing about that is, you have to take into account what the aliens would even be like. Humans are carbon-based life-forms, there could just as well be aliens that are just sentient gaseous hydrogen clouds.
#204 to #140 - jakeattack
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carbon based life might be more common though. also silicon based life might exist
#199 to #140 - pineapplepeople
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While you have a point, I'd just like to point out that carbon and silicon are the most likely bases of life due to their ability to form extremely long molecular chains.
#217 to #52 - oenomaus
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Problem is that the vast distances of space are too ridiculous to even comprehend. Therefore the probability of ever coming in contact with one of these external species, is very low even with crazy-ass advanced technology.
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User avatar #169 to #52 - ilovehitler
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Well, they'd likely have a completely different culture than us. Maybe ass probing is their way of saying "howdy neighbor". And maybe the crop thingymabobers is their language.
User avatar #54 to #52 - tisjunkisdamnfunny
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even if there were other civilizations on distant planets or universes, who is to say they havent died out yet? who is to say we didn't come from a higher life form in the beginning of time? *******.
User avatar #62 to #54 - alltimetens
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Mathematically, there are enough galaxies and enough time for one civilization to exist and another to be formed.
#208 to #54 - pineapplepeople
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Just imagine:
>Scientists have finally found a planet with other sentient life
>We can see them
>Technology just a dozen years behind us
>Begin work on a ship
>Ship finished in a year
>Launch
>Ship rapidly approaching planet
>Passengers can watch their society
>see them progress
>One scientist notices ship
>Freaks out
>Believes it's a meteor
#209 to #208 - pineapplepeople
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>They begin working on a missile to intercept
>The ship is on autopilot
>the passengers can't change course
>They watch as the missile is manufactured
>The missile is finished
>Launched
>The ship is destroyed
>Thousands of lives destroyed
>Entire planet celebrates
>New plan: send them a message
>We send them the message
>"It wasn't a meteor, it was a ship."
>They send a message back
>"We know."
User avatar #247 to #209 - tisjunkisdamnfunny
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that just mind ****** my ********
#56 to #54 - srapture
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User avatar #182 to #52 - lolzordz
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how would you know whats nonsense to someone that advanced? dogs would consider maths to be nonsense though it obviously isnt
User avatar #229 to #182 - srapture
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Dogs are not more advanced than humans. If a civilisation can build a working spaceship, they have mathematical knowledge.
User avatar #230 to #229 - lolzordz
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1. no one said dogs are more advanced than humans
2. i wasnt disputing our mathematical knowledge, i was using it as an example

are you even trying?
User avatar #231 to #230 - srapture
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In my original comment, which yours was in response to, I stated that the alien civilisation I was referring to was more advanced than us, so using dogs as an example in terms of knowledge that we possess didn't make sense because that would mean they're less advanced than us.
User avatar #232 to #231 - lolzordz
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yes, dogs are less advanced than us in the same way we would be less advanced than visiting aliens. thus not understanding if they did some nonsensical **** the same way dogs wouldnt understand our 'nonsensical' **** e.g. maths or even blowjobs
User avatar #233 to #232 - srapture
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So we wouldn't write a message to a dog in a field to communicate with it, because we know that the dog would consider it nonsensical.
User avatar #237 to #233 - lolzordz
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oh i get what you mean.. but there are people who understand those symbols, those symbols are from back before even egyptian times
User avatar #243 to #237 - srapture
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The symbols printed in the fields? I don't see why not. It's quite likely that someone did that and had knowledge of ancient Egyptian symbols.
User avatar #244 to #243 - lolzordz
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theres lots of talk about egyptians being the first to encounter aliens and i would not be surprised one bit since they did go pretty ******* far, at the same time many civilizations also began writing & scribing etc... i would really not be surprised
User avatar #245 to #244 - lolzordz
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many civilizations around the world*
#119 to #23 - tabarzins
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You mean those weren't aliens?
User avatar #74 - MythBuster
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what if the universe is just a huge organism and we are a small cell in it.. someday we'll get so polluted that we will be extracted from the body and tossed in the garbage. it's not that weird if you really think about it. another thought that i've heard is that we are the creations of aliens. there was an organism soooo smart that they made us, they killed off all the dinosaurs so that we would have a fair playing field.. **** im getting excited by typing this!! they made an organism that then flourished and started inventing ****.. damn i love crazy ass theories!
#109 to #74 - anon id: 6b3bcdce
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If you like crazy ass theories watch this. "Our History Is Not What We Think!" If you have an open mind then you'll love this.
#180 to #74 - poniesnstuff
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Thinking like that is what causes me to go into an hour long, and depressing session of wandering what life is
User avatar #207 to #74 - pokeface
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It sounds to me like you love marijuana too.
User avatar #90 to #74 - yurilowenthalll
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( • _ •) i read organism as orgasm...
#218 to #90 - anon id: 9e1dedb6
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Reread. Made my day.
#80 to #74 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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***** you high as **** right now.
User avatar #81 to #80 - MythBuster
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no.. a little hangover that is all. how is believing about a guy in the ******* clouds more respectable than these theories
#83 to #81 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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It's on the same ground as that. Meaning that they're both completely nuts.
It's on the same ground as that. Meaning that they're both completely nuts.
User avatar #85 to #83 - MythBuster
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maybe the cell one but the alien one isn't too unbelievable.. you create anything that can be created, why not make a farm planet and create an intelligent life form
#86 to #85 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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lulz prove it.
lulz prove it.
User avatar #87 to #86 - MythBuster
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........ i said it was a theory. i'm not saying it's true you dumbass. i just think it's interesting
#32 - confusedasian
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And then their are those stubborn ass people that would deny the existence of life on another planet.
And then their are those stubborn ass people that would deny the existence of life on another planet.
User avatar #133 to #32 - swayze
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I wouldn't say they deny it, they're just not accepting the thought of it.
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>their
User avatar #84 - iLime
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SAying there are no other planets with life on them is ********, there has to be.
#125 to #84 - amazingunicorn
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In theory, if the universe is infinitely expanding, then there are an infinite number of planets harboring life forms, many of them sentient.(In fact, an infinite amount of them.)
#129 to #125 - tinglyturtletaint
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Infinite....
User avatar #164 to #125 - candytaker
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You're making grand assumptions that haven't been proven yet. I completely believe that there's life out there, but it's just not right to say that there's an infinite amount of planets. Actually, let me rephrase that: it MAY be right, but there's no conclusive proof that it is. Nonetheless, I believe that there's intelligent life out there. I don't believe we'll find out for sure in our lifetimes, unfortunately.
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By direct observation, we know that space is expanding at an accelerating rate, and current models tell us that it's likely indefinite. These models, derived from Big Bang theory, would restrict the universe to a finite size. Thus, there can only be a finite amount of mass-energy, hence finite number of planets, in the universe (according to most accepted models of cosmology today)

Still, the number of potential planets out there given all these billions of galaxies is ******* enormous. Just in the observable universe, there are AT LEAST one hundred billion galaxies. Let's low-ball it and say only 1% of them contain a potentially habitable plane (despite the billions of stars in every one). We're left with 10^9 potential biospheres. Let's say only 0.1% of them actually have life. By these assumptions, there are still a million planets out there that harbor life. This is a very strict quota -- there just has to be life out there. We just need to observe it.
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Notice I said "In theory" what i said may be complete *********.
#89 to #84 - jalthelas
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There has to be hundreds of thousands, if not more.
There has to be hundreds of thousands, if not more.
User avatar #111 to #89 - nacholo
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and if this exists on any of them I will ragequit.
#205 to #89 - jakeattack
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what the **** is that from
User avatar #177 to #89 - supermandan
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What is this from?