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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    What do you think?
    I think it's possible, but I've only ever seen one incident which led me to believe the alien phenomenon may be real. I do have friends who report otherwise unexplainable events, and it lends credence to the possibility.
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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zgoldsmith23 View Post
    Our knowledge may be limited, but that doesn't mean they exist. To date, I've read zero journals regarding flying saucer verificatio

    I don't believe in flying saucers..

    I was lying on my back in the woods staring at the sky..

    A bright light darted across the sky....then stopped...hovered..and took off again at an amazing rate..

    was it a flying saucer...naah!!


    What do you think it was?
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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Quote Originally Posted by specklebang View Post
    ...and you know this to be a fact how? There are an estimated 300 billion stars in our relatively minor galaxy. There are an estimated 17 billion "earth size" planets. Pirate MK and Specklebang claim to be from Mars, which is just a short ride away - are you calling us liars?
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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

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    What do you think it was?

    Probably some secret military experiment..

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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post


    Probably some secret military experiment..
    Every sighting?
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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Chuckles View Post
    Seems like you're appealing to ignorance. Being that the amount of the universe we have explored is extremely small (the amount of potential evidence we have reviewed doesn't lend itself to a "reasonable" declaration on the matter), especially when we are talking about individual planets and possible eco-systems on those planets.
    Yes, we've explored an infinitesimally small percentage of the universe. That doesn't mean that any claims go as they could be true somewhere else. Scientists do base the way they think on evidence - it's time they put up or shut up. If you had evidence of them, it would probably be gladly accepted as most people want to know whether there is something else looking back at us through the telescope.
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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Quote Originally Posted by zgoldsmith23 View Post
    Yes, we've explored an infinitesimally small percentage of the universe. That doesn't mean that any claims go as they could be true somewhere else. Scientists do base the way they think on evidence - it's time they put up or shut up. If you had evidence of them, it would probably be gladly accepted as most people want to know whether there is something else looking back at us through the telescope.
    But you need to actually have evidence to make a rational assesment of it. You're skipping that important step

    Its like some primitive making an assessment about the ocean when he hasn't seen anything beyond it surface

    There is nothing scientific or rational about what you are doing here

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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Traveling 186,000 EARTH MILES PER SECOND (speed of light) for 25 THOUSAND EARTH YEARS would get you to the center of our own galaxy.

    Space crafts capable of traveling from even just the opposite side of our own galaxy couldn't be at all like the current collective mindset is regarding potential designs of alien crafts.

    I say that because even if we could create a craft that travels 100 times faster than the speed of light (18,600,000 earth miles per second), it still take 250 earth years to get to the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.

    Traveling at the speed of light is going about 17 trillion miles in one earth year. To put 1 trillion into perspective. 1 trillion earth seconds equals about 32,000 earth years.

    Somebody traveling to this planet either needs to pack a hell of a lunch...or simply think where one wants to be....and be there. A craft of any kind would be a drag.

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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    I don't think we are alone in the universe
    At the risk of sounding like a nut job, I don't think we're alone int he universe either, based on what I've read in the Bible. I happen to think however is just like there are spectrum of light not visible to us, whatever else is out these is usually not perceivable and/or is "other dimensional." Science knows about dark matter, for example. Just because we haven't "discovered" it yet, doesn't mean something does not exist.

    In my understanding of the Bible there could be 3 universes referred to as "heavens" in the Bible, where life exists. They are possibly interrelated with some limited movement between them. People on earth seeing them might think of it as extra-terrestrial, flying saucers, whatever.

    -2 Kings 6:17. Using the vocabulary of 9 BC advanced mechanical transport vehicles might be described as horses and chariots of fire.
    -2 Corinthians 12:2 The Apostle Paul talked about being teleported to the Third Heaven (I personally think means third universe). If there's a third heaven, logic dictates there must be a first and second heaven.
    -Daniel 10 discusses a dialog the ancient prophet Daniel had with what many think was a being sent form the Third Heaven or universe to Daniel in our universe. It took weeks for the being to get to Daniel because of active opposition he had to fight through possibly in the second heaven.
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    Re: Do you believe in flying saucers?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Chuckles View Post
    But you need to actually have evidence to make a rational assesment of it. You're skipping that important step

    Its like some primitive making an assessment about the ocean when he hasn't seen anything beyond it surface

    There is nothing scientific or rational about what you are doing here
    It's perfectly rational to declare things of which there is no evidence for, and claims against their existence have been disproven, not to exist. It would be irrational to claim there's absolutely no way in hell they CAN exist. There's a difference.
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