mars, the great conspiracy

@shelagh77 (3643)
February 3, 2007 6:53pm CST
How do we know that there is not life on Mars or any of the other planets? We were told that aliens had not landed, nor been experimented upon, in the 1950's but we now have proof that they did indeed land. Is life on the other planets one of the best kept secrets of the scientific world?
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@rainbow (6763)
4 Feb 07
Could be, I think that any self-respecting alien landing here would realise what a destructive speices man is and wouldprobably rescue some creatures and go home very quickly. I can't immagine an intelligent species wanting to talk with man formorethan about 5 seconds.
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@shelagh77 (3643)
4 Feb 07
No, unfortunately as a species we are pretty destructive and that is a shame because there are still some of us who would like to exchange knowledge with people from other planets. It could be that some of the planets are in an even worse state than ours, and maybe they would be desperate enough to stop over here.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
4 Feb 07
the way I get it is they came from another galaxy
@shelagh77 (3643)
4 Feb 07
Precisely! They came and everyone said they had not been here, and pretty badly they were treated too. Enough to make any other life form keep well away from prying earthling eyes, I reckon!