Do You Believe in Aliens?

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Yes, I believe in aliens. We are living on earth. Likewise, there are many planets and many galaxies and there may be other creatures living in them.
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No i don't believe in Aliens because just as humans have discovered and gone to other planets they could have discovered aliens too, just like humans if there are any life forms out there they could have also come to earth to find out what's here.. So no i don't believe in Aliens,i believe they are just myths and stories that are meant to make people believe in non existent and to make life more interesting somehow
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Post by Ashley Crane »

Of course, there's too much evidence not to. I think just like people, and even animals, there is both good and bad out there. Some will try to fight or harm us, some will try to help us, and some will just ignore us.
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Post by eelavahs-jay »

Until the rest of the universe has been thoroughly explored I think it's fair to say there maybe other life forms elsewhere. And while planets that exist within our solar system do not have conditions suitable for human life, whose to say that its not suitable for aliens. I imagine we would have completely different biological make ups from theirs.

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Post by Anjum »

I believe in aliens but I don't think that they are smarter than us.
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Post by ReyvrexQuestor Reyes »

By the sheer number of stars alone, and the number of galaxies, it is an overwhelming possibility of having a life outside our own system. There are countless of stars. Our very own galaxy, the Milky Way alone, has millions and millions of stars. And the millions or billions of galaxies have each millions or billions of stars in them. And each star is a sun with planets revolving around it. It is of very high probability that the preconditions for life had also been met in some of the planets, as it has on earth. I believe life is not exclusive to earth only. For all we know, we have a double living in a parallel universe this very moment, even as we speak.
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Post by inaramid »

Hm...I think there may be other life forms out there. We don't know how huge the universe really is, so at some point, life could have developed in other regions.

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Post by Mailis »

Yes and no. Do I believe in the green/grey funny-looking aliens usually depicted to us on tv? Not really. Do I believe that there is no possibility for lifeforms out there that we can't even begin to imagine or comprehend? No.

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Post by Irfan Aslam 132 »

Are kidding There's not any aliens the only our earth is serve able I don't believe otherwise I'm sure not anywhere are aliens

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Post by innah96 »

I do and I also don't... I do believe that something somewhere exists, and they are probably way smarter than us. I don't believe that they exist in the way or shape in which they are presented to us..

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Post by Lincolnshirelass »

I most certainly believe it is possible that sentient life has developed elsewhere in the universe. Have also been wondering about the so-called 'ancient aliens'. My first inclination was to scoff at such notions as the stuff of conspiracy theories and the small hours on cable tv, but when you think about it, structures WERE made thousands of years ago (eg the Pyramids, Machu Picchu) that could not be rivalled in their complexity and precision until after the Industrial Revolution. Not saying I'm sure I believe it, but not dismissing it out of hand, either.
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Post by atonykamau »

Do i believe in intelligent life forms? I would have to say no, because i think that if aliens were real we would found some evidence by now. Simply put i will believe it when i see it.

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Post by Sakilunamermaid »

I definitely think it would be entirely egotistical to think we are the only intelligent life in the galaxy. It certainly would be sad to be alone on this floating rock. The chances of life and similar conditions to ours could occur in the universe is very possible.

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Post by jvez »

Yes. I honestly think there are aliens. There are many proofs, even relics from the past, that support the existence of aliens. But if I'd want to see one face to face, I'm not sure. I'm scared because I do not know what to expect from them or what they think of us.

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Post by Julie Green »

Depending upon the definition of alien, yes I believe that there is life on other planets - perhaps only simple organisms, but life all the same. And if not now, in all millennia, it must have occurred elsewhere, or will do one day.

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