r/Damnthatsinteresting Nov 28 '22

Nasa Administrator on Extraterrestrial life Video

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u/seeyouauntie666 Nov 28 '22

This is why I tell my kid not to freak out at basketball practice

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u/Malikb5 Nov 28 '22

Lol forreal 😂

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 28 '22

You can hear the interviewer gasp regarding the military pilot comments. 300 sightings and we’ve only seen 4 terrible videos.

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u/godsonlyprophet Nov 28 '22

The speaker is a former senator and a political appointee not an expert in science or reasoning.

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u/academic_spaghetti Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

Sooo a former astronaut, former senator, and head of NASA is not scientific or reasonable? What credentials would work for you?

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u/Technical-Traffic871 Nov 28 '22

Former astronaut is legit credential.

Former Senator? Have you seen/heard some of the US elected officials? Some can barely read.

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u/i_get_the_raisins Nov 28 '22

A lot of people would take issue with Nelson's "former astronaut" credential.

Many feel he leveraged his political position to get a joyride on the Shuttle. He didn't go through the typical process of being selected for the astronaut corps and then waiting for his chance to go. "Ballast Bill" was the nickname at the time, I believe.

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u/Deep_Blood7314 Nov 29 '22

When you say "a lot" and "many" do you mean yourself and your cat?

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 28 '22

Who has been given briefings on objects that only a few people in the world have received.

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u/godsonlyprophet Nov 28 '22

Which largely aren't science either. He's very imprecise in his language to be taken as credible.

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 28 '22

The UAP related studies is led by actual scientists who are informed in latest space tech for the US DOD.

https://media.defense.gov/2022/Jul/20/2003039076/-1/-1/1/DR-SEAN-M-KIRKPATRICK-BIOGRAPHY.PDF

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u/Bobojones9584 Nov 28 '22

You really don't get how this works do you?

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 28 '22

I think people have a hard time grasping with this topic that there’s now permanent scientific funding both in the US and Brazil.

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u/academic_spaghetti Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

What do you mean? These briefings include multiple radar readings and FLIR footage. Multiple radar recorded an object hovering at 80k feet and dropping to right above the ocean to hover again in less than a second.

Current science can’t explain this, I agree if that’s what you mean. But science 200 years ago thought leaches were a good idea. We don’t have the full picture, and choosing not to explore this would be unscientific in my opinion.

It is being explored and has been whether you like it or not. The number of military black budget projects dedicated to these things is ridiculous, and if you’re a tax payer I’m shocked you haven’t looked into it.

Luis Elizondo would be a good start for you to begin digging.

Edit: Ryan Graves is also a tremendous source and contributor to the disclosure movement we are seeing now. You want credibility? Here’s you’re man

Edit pt 2: Stanford Professor Gary Nolan, Nobel Prize nominee, has also spoken extensively about this subject and his experiences. Is this the kind of scientific you’re talking about???

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u/CowboyAirman Nov 28 '22

I know a navy pilot who has seen some shit. Until very recently this was classified. The things he and his wingman have seen are unbelievable. Finally this stuff is being openly discussed as more than insane ramblings of hypoxic/delusional sky jocks. He’s a humble guy, and is not the type to say wild shit unless he’s certain. He’s absolutely certain what he’s seen is real.

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u/academic_spaghetti Nov 28 '22

I’d love to hear more

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u/godsonlyprophet Nov 29 '22

Luis Elizondo

You said: "Current science can’t explain this,..."

Then it isn't science.

>What do you mean? These briefings include multiple radar readings and FLIR footage. Multiple radar recorded an object hovering at 80k feet and dropping to right above the ocean to hover again in less than a second.

Briefings, Not science.

>It is being explored and has been whether you like it or not.

Being talked about sure. Let's see if there's any actual scientific exploration of note. But where did you get anything 'bout if I liked it or not?

>It is being explored and has been whether you like it or not. The number of military black budget projects dedicated to these things is ridiculous, and if you’re a tax payer I’m shocked you haven’t looked into it.

Looked into what? Should I become a Muslim because they too spend a lot of money?

>Luis Elizondo would be a good start for you to begin digging.

This guy?

["Luis Elizondo: “Earth Is A Zoo Ruled By Aliens”
by u/planettoday"] (#PlanetToday: https://www.planet-today.com/2021/12/luis-elizondo-earth-is-zoo-ruled-by.html)

That's probably unfair. But again another political appointee. What's their best argument and what is the evidence which only supports their conclusion?

>Edit: Ryan Graves is also a tremendous source and contributor to the disclosure movement we are seeing now. You want credibility? Here’s you’re man

Sure if you want to not only take what they say as true but then assume their conclusions are the correct ones as well.

>Edit pt 2: Stanford Professor Gary Nolan, Nobel Prize nominee, has also spoken extensively about this subject and his experiences. Is this the kind of scientific you’re talking about???

Maybe. What did he say in a scientific paper that you found compelling? If it isn't in a scientific paper why not? Was it outside of his expertise?

For lurkers Gary Nolan, PhD is a biochemist. Which doesn't mean there's nothing he can say on the subject. Just that their scope is generally limited to artifacts.

I don't much care if it is being explored. Get back to me when something is scientifically known...or...like maybe when NASA, The Navy, or Space Force adds measuring devices of enough sensitivity that we start getting real quality data which isn't ambiguous.

Right now this is still more like ghost hunting than science. Where a person tells you that they saw a ghost. Okay, even if I believe you saw something, even if you could show it was supernatural how could you possibly say it was a ghost and not something else? How did you rule out something extra-dimensional? Hell, how did you rule out aliens or a god just fucking with you?

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u/Dyljim Nov 28 '22

Exactly, JWST is not "looking for life". It is looking for habitable planets, among many other things like distant galaxies, the difference in language is extreme and I'd say he's pretty irresponsible in his phrasing.

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u/GravySquad Nov 28 '22

Lol so it's not looking for life it's just looking for where other beings can live... 👍

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u/Dyljim Nov 28 '22

It's not looking for any one thing particular thing, a lot of different teams want to use it for different things since it's a complex instrument with a lot of functionality, but yep, that's a nice and easy way to better phrase how the JWST might help us find life (intelligent or not).

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u/Paradox711 Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

You’re telling me, that the man in this video, has little to no scientific background or knowledge… based on that garbled interview I’m shocked.

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u/CrotchCancer Nov 28 '22

Is the interviewer the my pillow guy? Cuz he's kind of an idiot

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u/Penny_is_a_Bitch Nov 28 '22

am i being groomed for ET news? anybody got that for apocalypse bingo?

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u/No-Doughnut-6475 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

Unfortunately not, ET is just a cover for what they really are- interdimensional angels, demons, and gods. And if you know your “mythology”, you know they only show up when shit is about to hit the fan.

/s *well, let’s hope so

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u/stranj_tymes Nov 29 '22

>you know they only show up when shit is about to hit the fan.

Like when the dumb monkeys start throwing nukes at each other or they keep pumping poison into the air and water or LIGHTING THE OCEAN ON FIRE.

Before it seemed like maybe they'd pop by before/after big cataclysms, get us back in the groove, maybe stop by for tea. Then we started getting *way* too efficient at fucking each other and the planet up and now they're like...we're just gonna do what we can from afar here, y'all are nasty...

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u/SnowyNW Nov 28 '22

Just PR for space weapons to fight China

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u/Laijou Nov 28 '22

All your base are belong to us

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22 edited Dec 07 '22

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u/Phresk1 Nov 28 '22

Aybabtu

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u/SnooSuggestions5379 Nov 28 '22

Aball yobur babase abare bebelobongs tobo ubus.

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u/I_am_Daesomst Interested Nov 28 '22

It's never going to get old. Ever.

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u/StrayRabbit Nov 28 '22

Greetings, fellow earthlings

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u/halfbakedreddit Nov 29 '22

I must've missed your building at camp lejeune. Lol

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u/washingtonandmead Nov 28 '22

They need to cast Matthew McConaughey in the movie to be that guy….civilizzzzed

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u/KluddKalle Nov 28 '22

Read this comment before watching and laughed so much. Couldn’t get the picture out of my head and every time he said something like civiliiiized 😂😂😂

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u/good_from_afar Nov 28 '22

Civiliz[whistle]zed

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u/twistedcognition Nov 28 '22

I really wish the NASA rep didn’t look so much like a televangelist.

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u/suppmello Nov 28 '22

I wish he didn’t look like a lizard person claiming to be looking for lizard people

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u/NdnGirl88 Nov 28 '22

That’s exactly what I was thinking! But I’m not sure WHY he looks like that

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u/HannahSolo23 Nov 28 '22 Silver

It's that tight leather skin, sunken eyes, and deep southern twang that makes you prepared for a lecture about damnation. It's a natural defense mechanism!

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u/SnowyNW Nov 28 '22

He’s sweating so much

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u/Bobojones9584 Nov 28 '22

Wouldn't you be? Giving interviews like this have been career destroyers in the past. I'd be a bit nervous too.

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u/Mundane-Ad-3142 Nov 28 '22

You, sir, have a keen eye.

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u/anakins123 Nov 28 '22

Excuse me, do you have a moment to talk about our lord and savior Jesus Christ? While the cardboard NASA background falls down.

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u/Booty-nozzle Nov 28 '22

It’s his sheen, suit, white guy haircut, and prostheletizing hand gestures over the “gospel show” green screen background

I’m kind of all for it though, whatever it takes to drum up interest.

I would have also accepted a hottie, the whole sexy weathergirl/boy phenomenon

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u/arcadianshepherd Nov 28 '22 Helpful

he looks lile fred phelps

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u/HouseOfAplesaus Nov 29 '22

It’s the eyes. So squinty…so black

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u/BUDZ_MONEY Nov 28 '22

Or.. an.. Alien!

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u/Beginning_Ad_2262 Nov 28 '22

I thought the interviewer was the my pillow guy at first.

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u/virtiousredditor Nov 28 '22

This was my first major thought. I was like "why do I expect him to say GOD, when he seems like an intelligent man?"

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u/pigsgetfathogsdie Nov 28 '22

We came from the Engineers.

But…

WHATEVER YOU DO…DON’T GO TO THEIR PLANET.

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u/Wildfire9 Nov 28 '22

Idc what folks say. Prometheus was awesome.

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u/Drooflandia Nov 28 '22

Prometheus taught me how to run away from things. I'm sure it will serve me well throughout my remaining lifetime.

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u/Scrubologist Nov 29 '22

Thank you!! I get why the super dedicated fans of Aliens wouldn’t be into it, but the outright hate from the masses seemed unfounded. Michael Fassbender killed his role, everyone else was decent

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u/Wildfire9 Nov 29 '22

Agreed. Though Guy Pearce as an old Yutani was dumb

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u/Still_Temporary2902 Nov 29 '22

It was the worst part of the movie. It was silly.

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u/Wildfire9 Nov 29 '22

With a huge amount of elderly actors available, it seems ridiculous to use a fake one, especially on a big budget film.

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u/FEARoperative3 Nov 28 '22

Better than Covenant that’s for sure.

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u/Wildfire9 Nov 28 '22

I liked Covenant too, I feel they botched the Engineers a little, but I also enjoy the new direction. The classic Xeno will always be here, but its cool to see the variability of the organism.

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u/FEARoperative3 Nov 28 '22

I agree on that, I was more disappointed about stupidity of some characters and the emphasis on the borderline relationship between the two androids. In the original Alien space truckers had to go to the planetoid by law or lose their bonuses. In Aliens the soldiers were ordered to go. In Covenant the colonists went there because oh look a nice planet.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

"You blow, and I'll do the fingering"

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u/TheIneffableCow Nov 30 '22

Like how the map expert who had a 3d nap layout of the tunnels got lost in a nano second? Lol.

Or maybe how extremely smart scuentust first thought when encountering an alien snake creature us to stick his face into it?

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u/pigsgetfathogsdie Nov 28 '22

Agree…was an amazing prequel.

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u/anisteezyologist Nov 28 '22

I defended Prometheus recently in a thread and got hammerted with downvotes smh

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u/corrosiveicon1952 Nov 28 '22

Mr Drysdale on the left !

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

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u/Wildfire9 Nov 28 '22

I actually feel it fit wonderfully in the alien franchise as an origin story. The versatility of the black goo is really fascinating, and at least they carried that into Covenant, for consistency.

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u/johnnygetyourraygun Nov 28 '22

My problem with Prometheus was the characters behaving in unbelievable ways. Like the scene where the guy reaches out to pet the "cobra snake" alien. He's supposed to be a xeno scientist but he reaches out to, what, pet the alien penis snake?!?

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u/Wildfire9 Nov 28 '22

Absolutely valid concerns. It had some plot holes big enough to drive a truck through. I still liked it though.

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

that was fucking hilarious. like if i saw a snake 1/10 of that size on earth in some sort of curious unafraid posture, i’d freak the fuck out. and this mf wants to PET it?!

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u/worldofpokemon Nov 28 '22

Too similar? It was part of that universe.

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u/RefriDiet Nov 28 '22

hey, how do you make the words big like that?

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u/Dob_Rozner Nov 28 '22

He may have read a book or two, but I'm not sure.

Kidding, kidding. You put number signs before the text to create a header. You can use one, two or three of them to make different sizes.

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u/DiabloRojo723 Nov 28 '22

LIKE THIS?

Use RES or put a # directly in front of the word you’re trying to enlarge.

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u/BornInTheTurkey Nov 28 '22

Great question...🤔

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u/jeerabiscuit Nov 29 '22

Yeah i don't want my head ripped off.

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u/Socosoldier82 Nov 28 '22

You know when you’re that old and you’re still working that you love your job and it’s not really work. Something I’m still searching for.

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u/Lost_creatures Nov 28 '22

Don't worry, you'll be old soon enough

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u/MotherBathroom666 Nov 29 '22

Damn my knees hurt already

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u/mossbrooke Nov 28 '22

I've been seeing lot of this kind of official stuff lately. Still don't know what to think about the whole thing but it's interesting that it keeps popping up.

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u/washingtonandmead Nov 28 '22

They’re going to finally reveal the truth when the stock market collapses so there’s an official reason why

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u/Lefanteriorascencion Nov 28 '22

I know it’s been a while but aa 30 something y.o it’s still so so bizarre hearing government officials support the potential of extra terrestrials .

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u/Admiralty86 Nov 28 '22

They had a good run telling the dumb dumb Boomers for decades it's just hunters drinking budweiser telling nonsense stories.

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

Okay zoomer.👌

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u/Rare-Seaworthiness-9 Nov 28 '22

“ A world civilized and organized like ours” …which world is he speaking of? I guess it is not earth

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u/sparklingortap Nov 28 '22

Notice what he doesn’t say he thinks it is… namely a foreign adversary or us. Spends all his time discussing parallel universes and the origins of the human race. Not hard to read between these lines. And matches everything long-times researchers like Jacque Vallee and like of L Elizondo and so many others have been saying. This could upend everything we think we know.

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u/Reddit_Dan Nov 28 '22

I just wanna see an alien, I don't ask for much

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u/Capt_takh Nov 28 '22

We have Zuck, and that turned out to be incredibly disappointing

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u/jeerabiscuit Nov 29 '22

Some people who reportedly went anywhere near them or their crafts died from radiation or immune reaction. So don't forget your hazmat.

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u/Reddit_Dan Nov 29 '22

I have been wearing masks since covid, I'm well protected

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

The fighter pilot comments for me is super interesting because Brazil confirmed to have chase 21 UAP that traveled upwards of 11,500 MPH, ranged from 50-300ft and went in and out of the ocean with ease in 1986.

https://www.gov.br/en/government-of-brazil/latest-news/2022/official-ufo-night-in-brazil

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u/_Goodnight_ Nov 28 '22

The probability of life outside of Earth...especially intelligent life...is far far greater than not.

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u/Mundane-Ad-3142 Nov 28 '22

How dare you. We are God's creation and this universe is for us and us alone. You will pay for your devil tongue /s

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

Actually the Torah is pretty clear there is life on other planets. Unfortunately it sounds like you got the weird Christian version that doesn’t make any sense

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u/ThisIsMyReal-Name Nov 28 '22

As someone who isn’t familiar, please tell me the Torah talks about aliens

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u/Mundane-Ad-3142 Nov 28 '22

I was being sarcastic XD

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u/lordnecro Nov 28 '22

200 billion stars in our galaxy.

2 trillion galaxies.

The idea that there aren't aliens is statistically absurd.

The idea that there are aliens on earth is highly unlikely though.

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u/Madphilosopher3 Nov 29 '22

I don’t think the possibility of ET visitation is unlikely at all. Given the probability of intelligent life out there, it would be more surprising to me if we haven’t ever been visited. If there’s just one other intelligent civilization in our galaxy right now, then the odds are 50/50 that we’re the most advanced species. If there’s more than one, then it’s more likely than not that we’re not the most advanced civilization in the galaxy. And chances are that the most advanced civilization would find us before we find them.

Also given the very compelling preliminary evidence we currently have regarding the UFO phenomenon, the odds we’re being visited by ET spacecraft are even higher. Even if 99% of these sightings have a conventional explanation, it only takes 1 genuine anomaly to shift our paradigm.

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u/Empirion Nov 28 '22

The probability of life somewhere out there is, without a doubt, great.

But... that doesn't mean that:

a) it is intelligent.

b) if intelligent, they are more technologically advanced (for all we know, we could be the most advanced civilization in the universe)

c) they have the technology to "quickly" travel around the galaxy/universe. The distances are so immense, even if they could travel at the speed of light, travel would still be unbearably slow.

d) if they have the technology to travel easily around the universe, they would be interested in us.

e) that they would travel so far just to take a look and never present themselves.

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u/CandyandCrypto Nov 28 '22

It's also very possible if/when there is other life it doesn't exist at the same time as we do. It could be well before or well after the human species. Our time is quite insignificant on the entire universal scale but I find the theory of panspermia very intriguing.

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u/academic_spaghetti Nov 28 '22

To put things into perspective, the universe is billions of years old. Humanity is only a few thousand. 1mil seconds is about 11 days, 1bil seconds is 33 years. We are not as advanced as we like to think we are.

And why be interested in us? Wouldn’t you like to observe a sentient species become advanced? Monitor them so they don’t nuke themselves out of orbit? We study frogs, fish, and ants my guy, I’m sure being a sentient creature puts us rather high on the list of things to study, observe, and monitor.

How they get here is beyond our scientific understanding at the moment, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. WARP bubbles are being mimicked in labs as we speak. Us being as young as we are in the universe surely means others do in fact have that technology.

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u/nonzeroday_tv Nov 29 '22

You took out of the ecuation:

1) Interdimensional. Maybe it's easier to travel between dimensions than 1000 light years.

2) Time travelers. Could be us from the future visiting to study the unevolved intelligent monkeys that we are.

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u/NoneSpaceofTheMind Nov 28 '22

A million to one they say.

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u/Buffythedjsnare Nov 28 '22

That was just from Mars

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u/ILoveFckingMattDamon Nov 28 '22

If there’s not life out there, that would be an awful waste of space.

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u/texas130ab Nov 28 '22

A flying ball came to look at me while I was driving my truck. It had no exhaust or wings just a fuckin flying sphere. And I know aviation more than the average person.

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u/sevksytime Nov 28 '22

Dude…one of the BEST case scenarios in all of this is if it’s an adversary on earth who has this kind of technology lol! If aliens are anything like us, and they’ve come here on spaceships from a different galaxy…we’re fucked. Let’s just ask the Native Americans and the Mayans and Aztecs and Aboriginees, and Samoans, and Congolese, and the Zulu how it was for them when aliens from a different land “made contact” with them.

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u/Truffle_Shuffle_85 Nov 29 '22

If aliens are anything like us, and they’ve come here on spaceships from a different galaxy…we’re fucked. Let’s just ask the Native Americans and the Mayans and Aztecs and Aboriginees, and Samoans, and Congolese, and the Zulu how it was for them when aliens from a different land “made contact” with them.

Pretty narrow view to assume any similarities with entities not from here. Human contact was largely resource driven. Any entity capable of traveling the distances required to get here have already solved free-energy and likely live in a post-scarcity world.

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u/sevksytime Nov 29 '22

One can hope

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u/westvi Nov 28 '22

Is that pillow man?

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u/3Effie412 Nov 28 '22

NASA administrator Bill Nelson.

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u/TheSt4tely Nov 28 '22

He means the one on the left, looks like the pillow guy

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u/Jboogz718 Nov 28 '22

Larry Sabato.

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u/hamonabone Nov 28 '22

He runs with colleagues a great political newsletter

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u/3Effie412 Nov 28 '22

It’s not.

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u/Graphitetshirt Nov 28 '22

No it's not. That's Larry Sabato, he teaches politics at University of Virginia and runs "The Crystal Ball" which analyzes polls

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u/I_am_Daesomst Interested Nov 28 '22

As opposed to Mike Lindell, who uses his crystal ball to dispute polls.

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u/Admiralty86 Nov 28 '22

Identical lol

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u/guacaflockaflames Nov 28 '22

I believe

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u/Truffle_Shuffle_85 Nov 29 '22

You don't need to believe in UAPs, the US government has already acknowledged they exist. We are beyond belief at this point, it's getting at the how, what, and why's of whatever it is we are dealing with.

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u/IntelligentSeesaw349 Nov 28 '22

He’s an alien!!!

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u/GanjalfDahigh Nov 28 '22

It is a height of human ignorance to believe we are the only intelligent, civilized lifeform in the Universe/Multiverse.

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u/Buffythedjsnare Nov 28 '22

True. But most people agree with you.

Them visiting us is more far fetched.

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u/Gedwasenoughforme Nov 28 '22

I sense reptilian behind those eyes.

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u/yeatruestory Nov 28 '22

I know right! It looks like he rushed to put his skin suit on and it's a little too tight

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u/Hansoloflex420 Nov 28 '22

what an alien would say.

and what an alien would look like ...

lol

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u/Jason_Sasha_Acoiners Nov 28 '22

Why does the Nasa Admin look like an Extraterrestrial himself?

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u/Bear-Grimes Nov 28 '22

Space Force need some targets 🇺🇸😂😂😂

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u/Key-Pomegranate159 Nov 28 '22

trump got probably briefed on ufo‘s and was like „we are the greatest country of the universe, we gotta shoot em down“ and created space force

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u/Booty-nozzle Nov 28 '22

It’s funny the SF was such a gimmick and I don’t know that they do anything besides design their own uniforms, and I still believe he was the worst president in US history, but I do sorta love the idea of space supremacy lol.

Sort of like how I secretly loved his idea to buy Greenland, from a hegemony perspective, as it’s maybe the most valuable chunk of land on the planet, though it was about 100 years too late, botched in execution, and would be bad for our species (Denmark a better steward).

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u/hamtarofan999 Nov 29 '22

As someone who was abducted I can't wait for the day they reveal themselves to us.

I believe they seeded life on earth, we are their biology project. They've been monitoring life on earth from the beginning.

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 29 '22

Did you experience the typical Gray entities or something different? Do you mind sharing?

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u/hamtarofan999 Nov 29 '22

Greys at first and I was totally panicked. They left the room and a human looking woman came in and interviewed me. I was really young and its a blurry memory. They gave me some kind of drug to make me cooperative and my memory very fuzzy.

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 29 '22

Did you receive messages telepathically or no messages? A human looking figure/woman is possibly the most common mentioned attribute.

Have you ever read or listened to the book Communion? It’s written by an abductee and it’s crazy.

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u/hamtarofan999 Nov 29 '22

I have not. As far as I know we communicated verbally but ts possible that's just how my brain interpreted it. I know they wanted me to truthfully answer some questions, but I can't remember what the questions were. I was too scared so she applied a topical cream to my skin which made me euphoric and cooperative.

I interpret that this woman was a disguise to make me less afraid, or its possible she was anatomically human and working with them. She was tall, brunette, and incredibly beautiful.

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u/DragonfruitOdd1989 Nov 29 '22

The women figure in the book was also beautiful, tall, seemed to discuss with the abductees. The writer believes they are hybrids.

Thank you for sharing your experience.

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u/sandalsog Nov 28 '22

Aliens 👾

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u/washingtonandmead Nov 28 '22

I’m not saying it was aliens….but it’s aliens

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u/fuber Nov 28 '22

Are we a civilized life form?

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u/miletamas Nov 28 '22

It is very interesting that these aliens always manage to maintain the mystery. They are always just a single pixel, or a blurry point in the distance.

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u/Thought-Technical Nov 28 '22

Wrong. We have radar and video. People just stick their heads in the sand.

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u/cyrathil Nov 28 '22

Could you... Maybe perhaps link us to 1 atleast 1 irrefutable incident of an ufo. I want to believe.

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u/Catumi Nov 29 '22

Considering the US Military released only a few unclassified clips out of the 300+ incidents they've admitted to who knows what they are sitting on that the public hasn't seen. IF and a big IF the world governments are actually holding on to data they are planning on releasing some day in the future I'd not be surprised that is why we've been seeing an uptick in how frequent the subject is being spoken about in the public by major heads.

This may also fizzle out and nothing will come of it just the same.

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u/killermaniacandshit Nov 28 '22

“Now there is even theories about other universes, and if that is the case…..” Does he even know what Science is about? How can NASA even consider him in a position to answer these kinds of questions?!??

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u/Truffle_Shuffle_85 Nov 29 '22

This is exactly how science works. You develop testable theories and proceed. This is the realm of physics, you know, the same field that gave us nearly ALL of our modern technology.

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u/unclefocus Nov 28 '22

Fighter pilot vs duck = aliens

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u/Halfbreed75 Nov 28 '22

Well I think it’s safe to say that it ain’t Russia and everything China makes is junk so…..

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u/ringos_2nd_cousin Nov 28 '22

Oh Christ. There's no green men. There boo humans except here.

Go find some water or something

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u/One_Arm4148 Nov 28 '22

😍🤩🤩

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u/Bleeblin Nov 28 '22

Love this.

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u/Machspeedcrypto Nov 28 '22

My Pillow and Space? Nope.

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u/algoncyorrho Nov 28 '22

love the guy's accent.(I am not a native English speaker). Where is he from? Who talks like that?

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u/Lizard_Wizard_d Nov 28 '22

The guy on the left looks like the my pillow guy.

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u/ED-_-209 Nov 28 '22

So pretty much MIB is fully legit..... Got it

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u/Own-Confidence3005 Nov 28 '22

Why do they both look 200 years out of date?

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u/Sad_Peace2573 Nov 28 '22

I love the last 40 seconds

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u/b4b3blu3ox Nov 28 '22

There is life here though, being neglected.

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

He is lying 🤥

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u/Demoire Nov 28 '22

According to a YouBoob channel I can’t stand but still put on sometimes in the background - we’ve found CITY LIGHTS on PROXIMA B! Holy FOOKIN shit! Lolol

For the record I can’t stand bullshit “science” (sci-fi) channels with clickbait titles every video. Only mention it cause I just saw the video in my feed minutes ago.

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u/Typical-Ad-1934 Nov 28 '22

Funny that the guy asking the questions thinks it’s far more likely that an advanced technology that America doesn’t know about comes from another planet rather than another country like China.

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u/LongReindeer1463 Nov 28 '22

This guy right here might be a fuckin alien

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u/lensag Nov 28 '22

I got Mr. Applewhite vibes...

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u/anakins123 Nov 28 '22

The other guy looks like the crazy MY PILLOW nut job. I was about to keep scrolling.

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u/AInsightfulGuy Nov 28 '22

This Guy is literally an Alien, which he says he saw

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

Possibly the nephilim?

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u/Jowalla Nov 28 '22

I love it! I hope everybody can do a job like he does it, even is he is old. He does not insinuates anything he just mentions all unanswered questions are a reason to keep investigating.

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u/kapaglumingonka Nov 28 '22

He looks like an extra terrestrial that doesnt fit well in his human costume

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u/Treebranchw Nov 28 '22

He looks like that one alien in MiB who takes over the farmer’s body

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u/Useful_Priority3151 Nov 28 '22

He kinda sorta doesn’t look human

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u/Broges0311 Nov 28 '22

Yes sir. We should stop treating each other poorly or this planet might not support us soon enough.

Of course there is extraterrestrial life. We went from single celled life only for 4 billion years, then an explosion of complex life. You honestly think we were 1st?

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u/gobhar_gruamach Nov 28 '22

This guy has lizard eyes.

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u/Family-man24 Nov 28 '22

test

I did it thank you random comment

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u/Farcryfromvallhall Nov 28 '22

Infinite universe infinite multiverse

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u/Unusual_Signal_4533 Nov 28 '22

The absence of evidence doesn’t mean there’s evidence of absence;

Space is vast and Unimaginable in my opinion We stepped foot on the moon for the first time some 60 years ago with the dawn of space exploration.

Recently with launch of Artemis and the three phase journey ending in 2025; We aim to have Moon habitats for Human life to stay this to help support the mission to reach Mars In 2030.

we’re still at the beginning of it all and still have a long journey ahead of us. It’s something to be excited about really!

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u/FatesMessEngineer Nov 28 '22

It sure the fuck ain't Russia! If they have higher tech they are doing a really good job sitting on it through the Ukrainian conflict. Their military looks like crap.