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They'll display the working Stargate.



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I think we have found alien life for years now.NASA is just hiding everything.Actually,NASA hides like 99.9% of their projects.



darthdevidem01 said:
highwaystar101 said:

I'm afraid I'll find it hard to get excited. It'll probably just be some discussion on an organic molecule that they found on some other body in the solar system, or a discussion on new evidence that could point to liquid water on a moon somewhere. I don't think it'll be anything big.

I would love it to be life, but I think it's a discovery that we're not expecting to make at any time in the near future.

How long do you think will it be till we can contact other life? Meet them!

And will it actually be wise to do so?



Us,citizen,will never know if alien life has been truly discovered of not.At least not in the near future.The government won't allow that anytime soon,sadly.

Unless..and invasion happens,and the government won't be able to do anything to stop it,in a quiet way.



SecondWar said:
darthdevidem01 said:
highwaystar101 said:

I'm afraid I'll find it hard to get excited. It'll probably just be some discussion on an organic molecule that they found on some other body in the solar system, or a discussion on new evidence that could point to liquid water on a moon somewhere. I don't think it'll be anything big.

I would love it to be life, but I think it's a discovery that we're not expecting to make at any time in the near future.

How long do you think will it be till we can contact other life? Meet them!

And will it actually be wise to do so?

It depends on their ability to do harm or not.



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ChrisIsNotSexy said:
SecondWar said:
darthdevidem01 said:
highwaystar101 said:

I'm afraid I'll find it hard to get excited. It'll probably just be some discussion on an organic molecule that they found on some other body in the solar system, or a discussion on new evidence that could point to liquid water on a moon somewhere. I don't think it'll be anything big.

I would love it to be life, but I think it's a discovery that we're not expecting to make at any time in the near future.

How long do you think will it be till we can contact other life? Meet them!

And will it actually be wise to do so?

It depends on their ability to do harm or not.

But we wont really know that until after first contact will we



SecondWar said:
ChrisIsNotSexy said:
SecondWar said:
darthdevidem01 said:
highwaystar101 said:

I'm afraid I'll find it hard to get excited. It'll probably just be some discussion on an organic molecule that they found on some other body in the solar system, or a discussion on new evidence that could point to liquid water on a moon somewhere. I don't think it'll be anything big.

I would love it to be life, but I think it's a discovery that we're not expecting to make at any time in the near future.

How long do you think will it be till we can contact other life? Meet them!

And will it actually be wise to do so?

It depends on their ability to do harm or not.

But we wont really know that until after first contact will we

You really think the government would allow a direct contact with unknown life forms,without first studying if they are dangerous or not?



highwaystar101 said:

Also, if you could travel to another star at near the speed of light, you could travel to another star within a life time as time is relative (the faster you travel towards the speed of light, the slower your time ticks). It would be feasible for some hyper advanced alien race capable of travelling close to the speed of light (I would love to know where they got the energy from to do that lol) they could travel to many stars within a single life time. But because there are hundreds of billions of stars in the milky way I find it unlikely that they come across other intelligent life very often (if at all). The milky way would require a lot of exploration.


How much time of Sun's irradiated energy would we need to get a few ships to, say, 0,9999c if we could keep it all?



Mr.Metralha said:
leatherhat said:

Oh boy they found some microbes on a rock. Fun.


Actually it is amino-acids.

Its a primal compound for generating life.

And it is not the first time a meteor impacts on earth bringing early forms of molecules that could sustain life.

I wouldn't get hyped for this. If it was really a big deal they would be telling about it to the world right now.

Yes I'm aware, I was making a little joke. Very little.



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Time for hype

I can't wait to play these aliens' viedeogames.



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