This Deserved to be in Avatar. He's right, you know... No, I know I didn't make this. Spare us your pity, alien. You gush about your connection with nature, you
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This Deserved to be in Avatar

He's right, you know... No, I know I didn't make this

Spare us your pity, alien. You gush about your connection with nature, your
primal wisdom, but what has it brought you?
Where are your marvels of engineering? Your voyages of discovery? Your
great Insight into the nature of the universe? Even at our bases) when we
dressed as you do, dwelt as you do, hunted as you do, lived as you do, we did
more than merely survive. We built wonders. We made great , blotto--
forged epics. You have not.
You spack; s. o '",trois' dangling from your skulls, little realizing
that they are but strings and” you puppets. What little you have accomplished
you attribute to the wisdom of your goddess, who is nothing but the voices of
your dead echoing for all eternity. She moors you to the past, serving as a
leash that keeps you as little better than apes, sad parodies of civilization
that lack that special spark to become something more.
We have come to your world in search of resources. Whether your actions
drive us back or we take what we want and move on, the outcome is the
same. We will depart from your wretched planet, leaving you behind. And in a
thousand years, you will G' thave changed from this contact with another
world. You will remain In your trees, hunting your prey, communing with your
goddess, until your sun burns out and your world dies. _
And above your tomb, the Mars will belong to us.
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#1 - teranin ONLINE (07/05/2013) [+] (10 replies)
This would be the argument against that... but I agree with the content.
#3 - sanguinesolitude (07/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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main argument for space travel <
#12 - Jesusnipples ONLINE (07/06/2013) [+] (11 replies)
PROBABLY UNPOPULAR OPINION TIME   
   
I actually kinda sided with the humans in that movie. Sure, the dude running the mining operation was a little prick, but he was kinda right with the whole &quot;I see a lot of trees; they can move&quot;  thing.   
Plus there was nothing amazing about the blue people, they were just kinda there, not making a ton of progress in any direction
PROBABLY UNPOPULAR OPINION TIME

I actually kinda sided with the humans in that movie. Sure, the dude running the mining operation was a little prick, but he was kinda right with the whole "I see a lot of trees; they can move" thing.
Plus there was nothing amazing about the blue people, they were just kinda there, not making a ton of progress in any direction
User avatar #16 - I Am Monkey (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I love movies were the villain actually make a compelling argument as opposed to saying "I'm going to blow up X because money".
#84 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [+] (5 replies)
You know what bothered me the most about that movie?
Unobtainium.

Why the **** would you name an element that? I mean, it's not very scientific to say "oh, well it's not very abundant so we'll just make sure to name it so everyone knows it's unobtainable." Felt really lazy on the part of the writers.
#100 to #84 - glaciel (07/06/2013) [-]
Actually unobtainium is a reall term. It usually used when referring to a material which has perfect characteristics but is unobtainable. This term has been used in engineering since 1950s. The name is used in the movie as a reference to this practice.

It's ironic that the person calling the film-makers "lazy" didn't take the time to research what he's talking about
#7 - kibi (07/06/2013) [+] (20 replies)
The aliens would probably ask us what our marvels brought us. Did they bring is joy? Are we happy because we touched the heavens? Or are we consumed by it, our constant need to surpass ourselves? We reached the heavens, but we went beyond. We built things, but continued to build bigger, more destructive things. We are not please with anything we do. We need to do more because we are not happy.   
   
I'm saying I agree with this philosophy. This is just a guess as to what their rebuttal would be.
The aliens would probably ask us what our marvels brought us. Did they bring is joy? Are we happy because we touched the heavens? Or are we consumed by it, our constant need to surpass ourselves? We reached the heavens, but we went beyond. We built things, but continued to build bigger, more destructive things. We are not please with anything we do. We need to do more because we are not happy.

I'm saying I agree with this philosophy. This is just a guess as to what their rebuttal would be.
#23 - ilovehitler (07/06/2013) [+] (27 replies)
I love humans in space things like this.
Dump commencing
#59 - sadawedsa **User deleted account** (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
In the movie they explain that Earth has gone into havoc after the unobtainum goes scarce, and that to bring peace back and balance, they need to find more of it, which is why they attack the planet after diplomacy takes too long. I hated how the blue cats won. Seriously, they could have just nuked them from orbit or something.
In the movie they explain that Earth has gone into havoc after the unobtainum goes scarce, and that to bring peace back and balance, they need to find more of it, which is why they attack the planet after diplomacy takes too long. I hated how the blue cats won. Seriously, they could have just nuked them from orbit or something.
#106 - whycanticaps (07/06/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I liked avatar, but god damn I would have had to change my pants if this happened
#154 - EdwardNigma (07/06/2013) [+] (6 replies)
The movie could have been a lot better with this.
AND if at the very end a bunch of space marines from WH40k just popped out of a ship.

Then we'd have a ******* movie.
#2 - wardd (07/05/2013) [-]
This just about describes the main argument in favor of space travel
I'm amazed there are stil people who are agianst it
#118 - maidenfan (07/06/2013) [+] (4 replies)
humanity can reach space, has sent probes out of the solar system (nearly), can takes pictures of the edge of the universe, split the atom, dive to the deepest depths of the ocean, yet, if we swallow food the wrong way, its game over
#76 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
I rooted for this guy the whole movie anyways
Jake is a freaking pussy
#55 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [+] (6 replies)
The whole reason the war started was because of the humans though.
Rather then:
Maybe we should try talk with the aliens and be allowed to (carefully) mine the resource without any conflict.
They went with:
Let's just use force the get them to move and completetly destroy their home.
User avatar #50 - masdercheef ONLINE (07/06/2013) [+] (13 replies)
This is why I hoped that this movie would actually end with the "villains" losing. The navi pull some giant dragon creature out of their ass that can actually pose a threat to most human aircraft and vehicles we sent there? Well, we have anti-aircraft cannons. They're designed to destroy planes (or perhaps by the time in that movie, spacecraft), constructions of engineering and metal, what chance does a creature of flesh and bone have against it? And really, what was the harm in letting the humans take the resources and go? In attacking the small force that came to their planet, did they not risk bringing down the full wrath of humanity upon them?
User avatar #116 - Shiny (07/06/2013) [+] (4 replies)
What would his attitude be if aliens came in huge, state-of-the-art ships to kill off humanity and take Earth resources?
User avatar #136 - coolioplasm (07/06/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Well if you murder someone I'm not siding with you. Simple as that.
User avatar #147 to #144 - coolioplasm (07/06/2013) [-]
I can't argue with that.
User avatar #79 - Ropyx (07/06/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I like how no one is actually thinking of one of the main aspects of this movie, in this case WE are the Aliens invading their home planet, in those movies where Aliens invade us, wanting resources and blowing **** up, we root for those who are attacked, us, surely not for the aliens, who are just invading a planet for their own needs.

This is basically the same story, in this chain of events HUMANS are the Invading travellers, who are just getting what they want and killing everything that is in their way, we are not better than any other form of life out there;
User avatar #89 to #79 - nustix (07/06/2013) [-]
The main difference is, in the movie the aliens got a choice, move the **** out of the way or die. While in most alien movies we are just attacked regardless of our answers.
#41 - thechosentroll (07/06/2013) [-]
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Off to Mars we go, then.
#11 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
.......Just throwing this out there Xenomorph vs the Navii......look we all know the Navii get slaughtered and infected along with all local fauna....but you gotta admit it would be awesome to see......Anyone good at animating quality movies......we need u....your time has come
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