Do you believe in life on other planets?

Belief in aliens is a controversial topic, usually reserved for or science fiction fans, conspiracy theorists and people with overactive
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Belief in aliens is a controversial topic, usually reserved for or science fiction fans, conspiracy theorists and people with overactive imaginations. But, what if life does exist on other planets?

When we think of aliens, we usually picture some form of intelligent life. Humanoid creatures flying around in spaceships, leaving weird markings in the fields of poor, defenceless and confused corn farmers who are just trying to make a living.

But alien life isn’t exclusive to walking and talking creatures. Just as there is on our world there’s a good chance life as small as the microscopic organisms we know may exist out there somewhere.

And with the space being the massive expansive and infinite mixture of stars and worlds it is, is it really so hard to believe that life like us could be out there somewhere, wondering the same thing about us in a galaxy far, far away?

We might not have any definitive proof of intelligent life, but as Agent Mulder would say: the truth is out there.

What do you think? Do you believe in alien life? Have they ever visited us?

Tell us your theories below!

  1. Green Apples  

    No, & no!

    Utter baloney!
    Keeps all sci-fi media in funds

  2. Brian Lee  

    Of course there’s alien life out there – how arrogant would we need to be, to believe we are the only ones. The scientist and astronomers say there are as many stars in the universe as there are grains of sand on Earth, and if only one percent of them had planets revolving round them, there’d still be a hell of a lot of planets. On the other hand, I don’t believe that flying saucers come from another planet somewhere – the nearest possible star is about twenty light years from here, so even at a speed of a hundred thousand miles an hour they would still take many years to get here. And what for? Just to look at us for a few minutes and then clear off home again? I think not! (I have a completely different theory, but I won’t go into that now.)

    • Maree Wayman  

      I agree; I think many Earthlings are a tad egocentric or at least their imagination can’t/doesn’t extend past this Planet and it’s immediate neighbours.

  3. Brian why would Like you, why would this planet be singled out to have ‘life’on it ?

  4. william oconnor.  

    iTS SAID THAT FOR EVERY STAR IN OUR SKYES,THERE IS NOT ENOUGH GRAINS OF SAND ON ALL THE BEACHES ON EARTH TO GIVE ONE GRAIN TO EACH STAR.
    NOW, ITS BEEN PROVEN THAT THERE IS MANY PLANETS FOR EVERY STAR OUT THERE.
    YOU WOULD HAVE TO BE A NO BRAINER TO THINK THAT THERE IS ONLY ONE PLANET (EARTH)WITH INTELLIGENT
    LIFE.
    I BELIEVE THAT THE ODDS OF NO OTHER INTELLIGENT LIFE BEING OUT THERE.
    ZERO.

    .

  5. vic roby  

    Its mathematically impossible for there NOT be life on other planets.
    Life doesn’t have to mean advanced life forms, it could mean anything from single cell organisms right up to anything that is so far advanced that we can NOT comprehend it.

    It would be very naive for intelligent people to say that there is no life beyond Earth.

  6. Statistically it’s fairly likely that some sort of life would exist, though whether it could travel to our planet faster than the speed of light may explain why they are not coming for dinner tonight. If you believe in intelligent life or God or something similar then it may be that statistics could be irrelevant, as the design may exclude anyone other life than ours. Basically what I’m saying is that unless someone has some inside information, we can’t possibly know what we don’t know. I personally hope that if there are beings more intelligent than us, they are keeping an eye on us and our planet, because we don’t seem to manage very well. We are like most other life forms on our planet in that we fight for what is best for ourselves and tend to forget the bigger picture.

  7. There is an overwhelming amount of direct evidence for visitation to earth by beings from other places wherever they may be. This evidence has been subject to a habitual and invariable cover-up by authorities who don’t want to admit they don’t have total control of our airspace and socieities. They are also worried about what will happen when the religious meet beings from other places who are sufficiently advanced to have overcome the need for supernatural nonsense and realise that the concept of gods is outdated.
    The Vatican spends millions on it’s advanced radio telescope in Arizona (do a Google search) in order to detect alien life first so they can bring it into the faith (good luck with that).
    The Disclosure Project being run by emergency doctor, Dr Steven Greer has amassed an astonishing amount of direct evidence from military, police, pilots, and other witnesses engaged in secret government projects etc that indicate aliens are here and visit frequently. These people’s evidence would be accepted in a murder trial and are therefore be acceptable by researchers.
    Crop circles are an example of advanced extraterrestrial beings doing something that is incomprehensible to us although some think the shapes have messages in them.
    There is far more evidence for aliens than there is for gods – or even Father Christmas for that matter.

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