ALIENS vs EARTH - Page 3




View Poll Results :You believe there're aliens?
YES and they are friendly 7 21.21%
YES and they are unfriendly 9 27.27%
NO 6 18.18%
NOT SURE 11 33.33%
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Boots
 
October 24th, 2004  
Jacob
 
 
I remember hearing there was an agreement the US made with the USSR during the cold war. If the earth was an atacked by an alien race they would stop the cold war and join forces. Just my 10 cents.
October 24th, 2004  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
I believe that if they have the tech to reach us they have common sense, but if they are aggressive then we are dead, because obviously their tech is better
October 24th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
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Originally Posted by drilldownmaster2004
I believe that if they have the tech to reach us they have common sense, but if they are aggressive then we are dead, because obviously their tech is better
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Boots
October 24th, 2004  
Marksman
 
 
alliens exist,and its prooven,they found some living organisams on mars,some bacterias and ameboic cells,but as for little green dudes,well i belive they exist too,since universe is endles(theory) there haves to be more creatures there
October 24th, 2004  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Marksman
alliens exist,and its prooven,they found some living organisams on mars,some bacterias and ameboic cells,but as for little green dudes,well i belive they exist too,since universe is endles(theory) there haves to be more creatures there
they found living organisms on mars? i thought they just had the meteor and the theory of the dead ocean on mars?
October 25th, 2004  
The Doctor
 
As an analogy I'd guess that aliens would be much the same as any country/government on this planet. You'd get the ones that'd be a pretty good crowd and that you'd get on alright with. You'd probably also get the ones that acknowledged your existence, tolerated you while it was mutually beneficial and ignored you the rest of the time. Then you'd get the ones where you both developed an instant and mutual dislike to each other.
In fact, you could apply that to anyone you tried to chat up after a few beers on a Saturday night downtown come to think of it.
I'd be very surprised if any aliens could come up with a good reason to visit planet earth at the moment though.
October 25th, 2004  
LIBERTY
 
 
I'm not sure if their out there or not. But them coming here to bring peace or to cause a "War of the Worlds" I doubt.
January 4th, 2005  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Doctor
As an analogy I'd guess that aliens would be much the same as any country/government on this planet. You'd get the ones that'd be a pretty good crowd and that you'd get on alright with. You'd probably also get the ones that acknowledged your existence, tolerated you while it was mutually beneficial and ignored you the rest of the time. Then you'd get the ones where you both developed an instant and mutual dislike to each other.
In fact, you could apply that to anyone you tried to chat up after a few beers on a Saturday night downtown come to think of it.
I'd be very surprised if any aliens could come up with a good reason to visit planet earth at the moment though.
Well there is always the factor of Advancement. If they are advanced and, some people will dislike me, Evolved than they by all scientific predictions will be a nice, peaceful race, that WILL NOT get involved in our race, but may observe us (maybe that is the UFO explanation)
January 4th, 2005  
chewie_nz
 
very VERY cool books, if typical trashy scifi...fun though

Alternate-history maestro Turtledove's conclusion to his Worldwar and Colonization sagas, about how lizard-like aliens known as the Race invaded Earth during WWII and were fought to a stalemate by the major Allied and Axis combatants, lacks the vividly described battle scenes of its predecessors, but more than compensates by closely examining the Race's culture and society. While the Race have colonized much of Earth, they're amazed by the human ability to adapt to change. (The aliens' probe some 600 years earlier led them to expect they'd be facing armored knights.) When an American starship makes the trip to Home, the Race's planet of origin, the lizards fear the loss of their technological dominance and decide to annihilate Earth, their colony included—until another Earth spaceship arrives, this one with the faster-than-light drive the Race never developed. The question of how much common ground exists between the lizards and humans wouldn't have been out of place in old issues of Astounding. The author dramatizes the old "nature versus nurture" argument through the moving stories of a human woman raised from birth by the lizards and of two aliens raised as humans. Fans will be pleased that room remains for a sequel.
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January 5th, 2005  
Charge 7
 
 
Oh yeah, they've been here. Most died laughing. The rest moved to San Francisco.