December 6, 2006 11:19pm CST
Do you beleive that there is an extra terristrial? Hahaha im really curious...
7 Dec 06
yes, i believe that there are aliens, but what's their form and their intelligence, we cannot tell, i don't know the sightings of aliens and UFOs are real, but i do believe that there's life on other planets cause there are 100 billion stars in each galaxy and 100 billion galaxies in the universe, so, we can expect many planets in the universe that have similar conditions as the Earth and so can teem with life...and there's also an equation to tell approximately how many planets are there with life...and also, there's a program called SETI abt which u might have already heard, its Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence thats aimed at locating any ET in any part of the universe...
7 Dec 06
Alien is a 1979 science fiction/horror film directed by Ridley Scott, from an original story by Dan O'Bannon and Ronald Shusett. The film's title refers to the main antagonist, a highly aggressive extraterrestrial which threatens the crew of the spaceship Nostromo after hatching from the body of one of the humans. Of the seven main crew members, the film stars Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley, Tom Skerritt as Captain Dallas, and Ian Holm as Ash. Alien became both a critical and box office success, spawning a successful Hollywood franchise of literature, video games, merchandise, and three official sequels. Along with launching the career of actress Sigourney Weaver, the film proved to be pioneering as it was the first action film to feature a strong female heroine. While the alien itself (referred to in spin-offs as a xenomorph) proved a popular aspect of the film, the story of Ellen Ripley provided the connecting thread of the series. Some observers believe that the film helped to popularize the body-horror subgenre. The film produced three sequels: Aliens (1986), Alien³ (1992), and Alien: Resurrection (1997), and the crossover Alien vs. Predator (2004).