Does anyone believe in alienns?

@cyby22 (1208)
Romania
November 14, 2006 10:22am CST
i don't know what to belive ...
7 responses
@myklj999 (14832)
14 Nov 06
I think our universe is too vast for us to be the only ones. Especially as screwed-up as our planet is...I would hope there is someone else out there with a little more intelligence than we have...
@cyby22 (1208)
• Romania
14 Nov 06
10x for your answer!:)
@fabiuz76 (1228)
• Italy
14 Nov 06
yes, i believe
@cyby22 (1208)
• Romania
14 Nov 06
me..i don't know what to believe cause at one channel tv i hear something and at another one i hear something else.:(
@exposed (124)
• United States
20 Nov 06
i definitely believe in aliens...i feel that i have seen them before...just think about it...it is a big universe for just humans.
@prasadr (872)
• India
19 Nov 06
I do But i haven't seen
@prasadr (872)
• India
19 Nov 06
Yes i do. But i didnt seen
@prasadr (872)
• India
19 Nov 06
Yes i do. But i didnt seen
@dan2003 (147)
• Romania
14 Nov 06
Does aliens really exist? - Nowhere in the Bible does it say that planet Earth is the only place where God has seen fit to create life. The Bible's message is to mankind on planet Earth and is designed to help mankind live at peace and successfully with the cosmos, with God and with one another. For that reason most people look at discussions of UFOs and aliens as harmless fantasies that may have some basis of fact in the distant future, but not really as a relevant concern in today's world and especially of no significance religiously. The recent claims of the Raileons that they have cloned a human being and that they are in contact with aliens who created all life on the earth 25,000 years ago has made it clear that aliens and UFOs are more serious subjects than that.
All of us know that UFO means Unidentified Flying Object, but we tend to forget that all that means is that the observers do not understand what they are looking at. It does not mean that an Extra Terrestrial Intelligence (ETI) is behind the UFO. Most Americans do not understand much of what they see in the sky. I was always amazed when I taught astronomy to my students how little they knew and how many misconceptions they had. Atmospheric phenomena like sun dogs, storm phenomena like ball lightning and stratospheric discharge, astronomical phenomena like auroras, meteorite storms and bolloids are all things that many of us are not familiar with. The use of man made objects like weather balloons, test aircraft, reentry vehicles from space not to mention practical jokes also deceive many people. Between 1947 and 1969, there were 12,618 sightings reported to civil authorities, and 11,917 of them (94%) have been identified and explained by natural phenomena or man-made influences. The fact that we do not know what something is that we see in the sky, does not automatically mean that there is an alien involved, and in fact it is obvious that most of the time it is a case of the observer simply not being informed about the world around them. There is no hard evidence that there is any ETI at the present time.