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13 hours ago, webfact said:

About 40 miles (64 km) east of Rachel, the small town of Hiko planned an event called "Storm Area 51 Basecamp" at a gift shop dubbed the Alien Research Center. Organizers promised musicians, artists and "prominent ufologists," and by Thursday had sold 3,200 tickets, according to Linda Looney, manager of the shop.

Seriously?

 

Looney? 

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Probably is intelligent life out there, The Milky Way has around 200 billion stars alone and the known universe has around 100 billion galaxies, but everything is so far from everything and getting further at an increasing rate for some unknown reason


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1 hour ago, lemonjelly said:

Probably is intelligent life out there, The Milky Way has around 200 billion stars alone and the known universe has around 100 billion galaxies, but everything is so far from everything and getting further at an increasing rate for some unknown reason


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There might be intelligent life out there somewhere, however it isn't showing up in Rachel Nevada anytime soon.

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Trust me......they are already here. To understand this you have to be interested enough to do the research and dig deep. If you are not that interested then the facts will always remain hidden, or appear as a load of BS. Easy really.

 

This phenomena is so utterly bizarre with levels of strangeness that might even be too difficult for most to comprehend. Don't make the mistake of applying what you understand to be normal physics to some of these non-human intelligence. In many cases it would be an accurate analogy to say you might as well try and explain the inner workings of the latest iPhone to an ant. Both the human and the ant are intelligent in their own domain, but with a gulf so wide it may be simply impossible to cross or comprehend.

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It's very likely humans like millions of other prior life forms will die off before gaining the technology for interspace travel.

 

Ass, Grass or Gas 

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5 hours ago, lemonjelly said:

Probably is intelligent life out there, The Milky Way has around 200 billion stars alone and the known universe has around 100 billion galaxies, but everything is so far from everything and getting further at an increasing rate for some unknown reason

Although the universe is expanding, the expansion only applies at large scales such as super clusters of galaxies. On smaller scales like local clusters, gravity still dominates. Our closest neighbour the Andromeda Galaxy is actually on a collision course with our Galaxy, and they will collide in a few billion years from now.

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9 hours ago, Elad said:

Although the universe is expanding, the expansion only applies at large scales such as super clusters of galaxies. On smaller scales like local clusters, gravity still dominates. Our closest neighbour the Andromeda Galaxy is actually on a collision course with our Galaxy, and they will collide in a few billion years from now.

And the result will be totally unspectacular due to the enormous distance between each star in each galaxy.

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andromeda–Milky_Way_collision

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13 hours ago, Conno said:

Trust me......they are already here.

OK then.

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15 hours ago, lemonjelly said:

Probably is intelligent life out there.....

I certainly hope so because it isn't exactly abundant here on earth.

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