Most people think that grays (the aliens we most often believe we see) either come from other planets or another dimension, however this is very unlikely because: A) even at light speed it still takes an extremely long time to cross the galaxy B) trying to rip through the fabric of time and space, is probably impossible, even if it was, it would take tremendous amounts of energy, and could have disaterous effects if even there is one miscalculation rather I believe that these so called aliens, are actually not too far from us, beneth us infact. We have not been able to drill that far into the crust, and we have barely explored the bottom of the ocean. Some factors that contribute to the theory: 1. Aliens seen by observers look like humans, maybe suggesting that they are a seperate race of men that is subterranean 2. their skin is white/gray, creatures that live in total darkness lose skin coloration 3. they have big eyes, large eyes would probaly go with creatures that live in darkness, to allow them to see what little they can 4. they have more acsess to minerals and oil, which they probably use to build their ships, which they probably use to explore the surface 5. UFO's are often seen at night, creatures that live in darkness do not like bright lights as it hurts their eyes 6. All cultures of man have made works of art, crop circles are probably their idea of art Now if you ask, how is their technology more advanced than ours, all you would have to do is look at history. Compare the British colonists to the native americans, the British had superior weapons and equipment than the natives, they had far surpassed them technologically. Now if you ask what would they eat, my guess would be fungus, as you know, fungus thrives in damp dark places, or they could feed off of an undiscoved species of plant or animal. My guess is that for power, they'd use geothermal energy, as being that far below, it might be easy for them to find a lava vein. Now the big question is how do they get to the surface, my guess would be through exits from caves, above ground or under water. If you think about it, this explination is much more plausable than the idea of aliens coming from other planets or dimensions. What do you think?
Italicised no more
14th August 2004
nanobot_swarm;4255673What do you think?
To be blunt - poppycock.
Well it is a shared theory, not by me particularly but some people believe in this.
I do not recommend you spend too much time invested into this.
It is not worth knowing YouTube - The Ufo lecture by Philip Schneider that got him murdered
I pretend I'm cooler than AzH
20th August 2007
I think that there aren't aliens at all. How come we haven't been able to prove that aliens actually do exist? How do we know that people who claim to have seen aliens are delusional?
Some knowledge is dangerous, and as contagious as a forest fire, you do not want to get caught up in this subject and burned.
It appears that you are just playing with the match boxes , I would keep it that way.
personally, i beleive in aliens, but i think they do come from some not-so-far-away planet. the underground theory makes sense, but I just dont think its real.
The Old Man
4th September 2004
How would they deal with the extreme pressure? The incredible heat?
What would they live in?
What would they breathe?
How would they deal with earthquakes?
Well considering that most the people you see that say they saw a UFO probably shoot at passing cars for fun, I'm not too worried about aliens, and the UFO sightings that are seen by intelligent people are most likely some new thing the USAF is testing out And of course I must quote Jeff Foxworthy "If you are limited to one phone call per day to the UFO hot line, you might be a redneck"
Some people know the truth and others do not , is that even worth mentioning ? You will never know it yourself unless you ultimately experience it one way or another destroying speculation for yourself based on existence but either way on both sides their will always be much much more to speculate. Even if you did discover what you thought to be true, whatever it was , their would be more questions, many more , and even too many questions after? Could you even comprehend or emotionally handle the truth , against both realities that something can and can not exist but now all the sudden after all this time it is red lined as existing or not existing and never both ? Could you even accept the truth then if it bite you in the face? How , why does the question exist , what does the evidence show you and how much more can you learn from it.
This topic will never bring peace of mind , either way , unless you accept one side of it early on and chose to believe in it for the rest of your life. At least in your case, your innocent interests in something truthful and factual , either real or false is a waste of time.
You will never find the answers , if there is a morsel of doubt because you will continuously search for fact and in this world there is no fact, but several varying forms of a similar nature of fact. Interpretations and compromise , logical and fallacies .
So believe what you want to but to minorities on both sides it will always be a bunch of BS and to others it will be fact. Both will always exist.
Balanced upon balances.
And what you already know to be fact is still part of a some large mystery . What you see around you are the answers you often seek and you do not even realize it. Many surprises are around you.
in spite of erosion
13th May 2004
The whole point of extraterrestrial life is that it it exists elsewhere, that's what makes it alien. If something is living beneath the surface of the earth, then it's just another earth-born species.
Aliens probably exist, but not here. There are over a hundred billion stars in our galaxy, and perhaps hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe. The chances of at least one star our there in the arms of some similar spiral galaxy, with a planetary system resembling ours is high enough to be realistic.
As far as real (no offense nanobot) theories go, there is a real interesting one from [some jerk], who postulates that if aliens decided to visit earth, they wouldn't do it in person, but they would send reconnaissance machines in their stead, perhaps even nanobots (why not make em small?). It makes sense. After all, as we expand past our solar system (assuming we make it that far), we'll be sending in machines to test the waters before we go ourselves. No sensible, technologically competent species is going to just head off into unknown space without an idea of what is there.