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 No.8982[D]

Do you anons think aliens exist? Have you had any personal experiences or at least strange happenings that might be related to aliens? Have you ever seen a ufo or something strange in the sky?
Personally I've never been harassed by them, but I'm not arrogant enough to say we're the only advanced lifeforms out there. My dad, however, says he's had some kind of experience:
>From the pov of my dad as a kid in the early 70s
>Had been playing out in the late evening with his frens
>Sun has gone down, streetlamps litter the sidewalks
>Walking home alone after parting ways with his frens
>Sees light in the sky, mesmerizing for a few seconds or possibly a few minutes
>Very bright and sitting still in the sky
He says he doesn't remember what happened afterward, just that he woke up in his bed in the morning. He often says in jest he was abducted, though he's not truly sure what happened that night. I think it's a bit strange myself.

 No.8983[D][DF]

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>>8982
Also feel free to explain why you believe/don't believe, or just dump pics of aliens/ufos. Whatever works.

 No.8984[D][DF]

>>8982

I don't know if aliens abduct humans. But there's no reason to believe it. When someone tells you they were abducted by aliens or saw a UFO, it is the same as when they tell you they had an outer-body experience or they saw god. It's most likely explainable by other means, and no evidence is ever presented.

I agree that there is probably life somewhere out there. The probability that this is the only planet with life on it seems low, considering the expansiveness of the universe. But it is impossible to say.

 No.8985[D][DF]

>>8982
Well I see things of humanoid figures walking around me quite often, though I am schizophrenic so that's probably not aliens. Unless... the aliens implanted something in my butthole that made me this way... Hmm, something to think about.

 No.8986[D][DF]

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>>8984
>>8985
It's interesting how personal psycology and our own brains can interfere with the way we see/if we see the supernatural. What you think is an alien or demon could just be a hallucination from something as simple as not sleeping enough. The way we percieve the world is very fragile.
It's hard to concieve something we aren't sure exists, anyway. It's very interesting to think about.

 No.8988[D][DF]

>>8986

I feel this. I want to believe. But humans are just animals. We have sensory abilities that are easily fooled. Our minds are just a series of chemical reactions that can be warped in all kinds of ways. Even for the brightest among us, our cognitive abilities are limited by our own physiology.

But this is totally circular, because wanting to believe and wanting to find other life in the universe are emotional responses to our awareness of that possibility.

But I like being an animal. And I want to know what's out there.

 No.8990[D][DF]

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>>8982
I believe there likely are aliens, because it seems unlikely that our earth is the only place in the universe were life happened. I mean there are so so many stars and planets similar to earth...
Which gives birth to the fermi paradox. If it is likely that aliens exist, even intelligent ones, how come we haven't seen any aliens yet?
Perhaps it's not possible to space-travel far easily. Perhaps it's very unlikely for an intelligent race to develop, or once developed not to self-destruct. Interesting stuff

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 No.8992[D][DF]

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>>8988
It's harder still to even comprehend how little we know and the biases in the way we can percieve the world, because such biases and limited understanding block us from comprehending it. Strange stuff. I like being an animal too. Maybe us animals will see something in our lifetimes.

>>8990
Ah yes, the Fermi Paradox. I was actually thinking about that when I made this thread. I think we mostly haven't seen them because space is gigantic, bigger than we can know. It stretches on limitless. Intelligenet life could be hundreds or thousands or millions of light years away, and we may never be able to see them.
It does seem fairly unlikely they would've found us if we haven't found them yet, but there's a lot we don't know. What trips me out is that the aliens could be a kind of lifeform we don't see in our realm of what is seeable, so they would be technically invisible to us. Groovy and spooky, frankly.

 No.9003[D][DF]

I feel like if aliens did come to earth, and wanted to live with us peacefully, it would just make life more difficult. They could be just as bad as us and of cource, over population and gay alien politics instead of world peace and cool alien gadgets.

 No.9005[D][DF]

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>>9003
That's an interesting perspective. I always thought there'd be a huge culture clash or language misunderstanding if we just had to negotiate with them interstellarly, but it'd be trickier still if we lived among one another. Add more problems than they could give solutions, possibly.
What if alien refugees came to Earth from a dying planet and decided to settle down here? Brought their families, plants, and animals and integrated into our civilization? It'd be quite interesting how different countries handled such things.

 No.9010[D][DF]

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>>9003
>gay alien politics
Lol

 No.9013[D][DF]

>>8992
>It does seem fairly unlikely they would've found us if we haven't found them yet, but there's a lot we don't know. What trips me out is that the aliens could be a kind of lifeform we don't see in our realm of what is seeable
How could that be? I mean, if it's alive, it has a body. If it has a body made of matter that body will interact with light. We here on earth have some half-transparent creatures. And chameleons. I don't see how it would be possible to have something "invisible" in the true sense
>>9003
>>9005
>What if alien refugees came to Earth from a dying planet and decided to settle down here? Brought their families, plants, and animals and integrated into our civilization? It'd be quite interesting how different countries handled such things.
That sounds like a nice plot for a book/movie or whatever! I'm afraid it would hardly work out peacefully, as we humans often get nervous even when it's immigration from our own specie. But of course it depends a lot on how the aliens are, perhaps they'd learn to play along with our morals and present themselves in a way we'd like them

 No.9036[D][DF]

>>9013
Honestly I think that we would either: kill them, fuck them , or keep them as slaves



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