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 Posted: Tue Jul 22nd, 2014 11:42 pm
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Dr...that's probably 'it' right there in a nutshell.

Remember when they discovered (1984) the Martian rock ALH84001 from the Antarctic - NASA scientists then dubbed the micro-organisms within the rock as 'ALIEN LIFE'

"the fossils observed within the rock are believed to be those of tiny almost invisible primitive forms of bacteria like organisms. they are incredibly small; the largest of them is about 1/100th the width of a human hair and most are 10 times smaller ~ so small that they could be laid end to end across the width of the full stop which ends this sentence."

Take into consideration Dark Matter...and what percentage of what we actually see is Light!
The dark matter certainly overwhelms us.
So....we are yet to actually 'see' within the dark matter...and who knows what's in there?

Are there possibly aliens in our midst?...like right between your nose and the PC screen?

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That's right, in between my nose, the computer screen and all the aliens, I met my father who told me," Son, stop wasting your time looking for the answers, you should just be fishing"
I got the answer loud and clear.. ;)
Divine moments..aliens..ancestors..eish.

On the microbe alien topic, what about the origin of animal mitocondria? Organisms living inside each of our cells powering us, symbiotes from eons ago who have found a cozy niche. That is alien. Gives new meaning to the "voices in my head" hahaha..

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Dr halibut hoffman wrote:
That's right, in between my nose, the computer screen and all the aliens, I met my father who told me," Son, stop wasting your time looking for the answers, you should just be fishing"
I got the answer loud and clear.. ;)
Divine moments..aliens..ancestors..eish.

On the microbe alien topic, what about the origin of animal mitocondria? Organisms living inside each of our cells powering us, symbiotes from eons ago who have found a cozy niche. That is alien. Gives new meaning to the "voices in my head" hahaha..


"Sometimes the voices in my head" have saved me from my girlfriend...Lol

How's you Simon? Long time stranger? Or does time still stand still in essence for you?

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As the folks sometimes say here....

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Glenn wrote:
Dr halibut hoffman wrote:
That's right, in between my nose, the computer screen and all the aliens, I met my father who told me," Son, stop wasting your time looking for the answers, you should just be fishing"
I got the answer loud and clear.. ;)
Divine moments..aliens..ancestors..eish.

On the microbe alien topic, what about the origin of animal mitocondria? Organisms living inside each of our cells powering us, symbiotes from eons ago who have found a cozy niche. That is alien. Gives new meaning to the "voices in my head" hahaha..


"Sometimes the voices in my head" have saved me from my girlfriend...Lol

How's you Simon? Long time stranger? Or does time still stand still in essence for you?


Great thanks Glenn

No still around, keeping an eye on things

Wish time will stand still, getting old now

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Hey Glenn...wotcha got?

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Are We Alone? The Drake Equation
Trying to calculate the probability that extraterrestrial life exists in the universe is actually quite complicated. The universe isn't a static environment. Stars are born, they live and they die. Some stars form in association with planets. Others don't. Only some of those planets have the right conditions to support life.
Life is a tricky variable in its own right. Some planets might support complex organic molecules -- proteins and nucleic acids -- and nothing else. Other planets might support simple, single-celled organisms. And still others might support multicellular organisms, including those advanced enough to develop the technologies to travel or send signals into outer space. Finally, even organisms that have adapted extremely well to their environments don't last forever. As both the dinosaurs and the Roman Empire illustrate here on Earth, all dynasties come to an end, be it cataclysmic or otherwise.
Fra­nk D­rake had to account for all of these variables in developing a formula to quantify the odds of finding extraterrestrial life. His first task was deciding what he wanted to calculate. First, he limited his thinking to extraterrestrials in our home galaxy -- and only those that might be capable of interstellar communication. Then he inserted a mathematical factor to account for all of the conditions required to enable such civilizations to evolve. The result is the following formula:
N = RfpneflfifcL
In this equation, N is the number of detectable civilizations in our galaxy. The other variables are described below:
R is the rate of star formation in the galaxy
fp is the fraction of stars that form planets
ne is the number of planets hospitable to life (i.e., Earth-like planets)
fl is the fraction of these planets on which life actually emerges
fi is the fraction of these planets on which intelligent life arises
fc is the fraction of these planets with intelligent beings capable of interstellar communication
L is the length of time such a civilization remains detectable
The only variable known with any degree of certainty is the rate of stellar formation, R. In the Milky Way, a typical spiral galaxy, new stars form at a rate of roughly four per year [source: Cain]. The variable astronomers feel most uncertain about is L, the length of time a civilization remains detectable. A variety of estimates have been used for L, ranging from 10 years to 10 million years.
Astronomers can make educated guesses about the rest of the variables. For example, of the nine planets in our solar system, only four are what astronomers call terrestrial planets -- those that have a solid surface. Of those terrestrial planets, only Earth supports life. If we take our solar system as representative, then we might argue that ne equals 1/4 or 0.25. Similar guesses have been made about the other variables and, interestingly, they all end up having very similar values, usually in a range between 0.1 and 1.0. So, a typical calculation might look like this:
N = 4 x 0.5 x 0.25 x 0.2 x 0.2 x 0.2 x 3,000,000
which gives us a value of 12,000 civilizations in our galaxy.
Drake's original calculations were very close to this value for N. When he ran the numbers, he predicted that there might be 10,000 detectable civilizations in the Milky Way [source: Garber]. Carl Sagan, a leader in the SETI movement until he passed away in 1996, was even more generous when he suggested that 1 million civilizations might exist in the galaxy [source: Lemarchand]. That's a lot of ETs!


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http://www.psychedelicadventure.net/2012/08/crystal-pyramid-discovered-in-bermuda.html

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http://thespiritscience.net/2014/05/23/this-8-year-old-prodigy-uses-crystal-grids-to-transmute-dark-energy-and-explains-how-it-works/

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Recently the suggestions are that we should look closer to home for alien species. An interesting new aspect of this species search predicts the future potential for not "ALIEN" but new species of plain old HUMAN BEINGS:

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/sep/05/body-upgrades-only-for-rich

Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari says expensive human enhancements will lead to a society more unequal than ever.

Homo sapiens were not always so special. In the ancient past, other human forms lived beside us. The Neanderthals in Eurasia. Small, hobbit-like humans in Indonesia. The mysterious Denisovans in the Ural mountains.

But our time alone may be nearing its end. Through the power of technology, humans are set to take on the role of Intelligent Designer. We can upgrade ourselves and surmount evolution. Ultimately, we can become entirely new beings that set the stage for a posthuman future.

The scenario has played out for decades in science fiction but the prospect is raised more seriously by Yuval Noah Harari, an Israeli historian, in his latest book, Sapiens. In it he sees trouble ahead. The latest human enhancements will be accessible only to the rich, leading to a 21st-century society more unequal than any that came before.

The revolution Harari has in mind is borne of engineering and exploits mechanical, electronic, chemical and genetic progress. In place of treatments that correct biological deficits, like failing hearts, poor hearing and weak eyesight, will be procedures that improve on natural performance, making the fortunate recipients biologically better than the rest.

"In the 20th century, the main task of medicine was to bring everybody to a certain level of health and capability. It was by definition an egalitarian aim," Harari told the Guardian. "In the 21st century medicine is moving onwards and trying to surpass the norm, to help people live longer, to have stronger memories, to have better control of their emotions. But upgrading like that is not an egalitarian project, it's an elitist project. No matter what norm you reach, there is always another upgrade which is possible."

The haves and have-nots are far from new. Cochlear implants which wire directly into the auditory nervous system have transformed the lives of a minority of deaf people. But they cost £40,000 apiece. Similarly, genetic tests that radically change patient care are beyond the means of many individuals and countries' healthcare systems.

Harari argues that as science progresses the upgrades that become available will increasingly widen the gap between rich and poor. Research on implantable devices called brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are in trials to help disabled people move their defunct limbs or robotic prosthetics.
More advanced devices could link people's brains directly to the internet, giving them vast and faithful memory storage, and seamless access to information, even if that does include endless footage of cats in hats.

Work is ongoing into BCIs that connect many brains at once, allowing animals to cooperate by accessesing each others' brain power - work which raises deep questions about the future meaning of identity.

Genetic engineering will be more disruptive still. A new genome editing procedure called Crispr has given scientists their first real hope of making safe, precise changes to the human genome. They have already used it to correct cells with genetic faults that cause cataracts and cystic fibrosis. Similar therapies might allow improvements to human performance.

Western history has made many of today's researchers flinch at studies into the genetic basis of intelligence. But the Beijing Genomics Institute, the world's largest genomics research centre, has taken on the job . If the project bears fruit, it might drive attempts to boost human intelligence by genetically modifying embryos.

George Church, a geneticist at Harvard University, suggests another radical possibility. He has developed tools that can scramble the genetic code leaving it functional but unrecognisable to invading viruses. His first goal is to engineer a bacterium that is resistant to viral infection. But he does not dimiss the possibility of changing human DNA too – leading to a biologically new kind of human.

"In the 21st century, there is a real possibility of creating biological castes, with real biological differences between rich and poor," said Harari. "The end result could be speciation. We're used to being the only human species around, but there is no law of nature that says there can only be one species of human. With this kind of upgrading treatment we could have, in the not too distant future, more than one human species on Earth again."

Anders Sandberg, a researcher at the Future of Humanity Institute at the Oxford Martin School, said that while technology might drive an evolutionary split in humankind, the divide would not separate rich and poor.

"Speciation might well happen, but instead of class, I think it'll be much more driven by culture. You might get a country that decides it wants to bring down its healthcare budget by subsidising an upgrade that makes people healthier. The end result might be that the Singaporeans become their own species. Or it could be a technological speciation, like Mac users versus PC users, which is probably even more horrifying," Sandberg said.

Harari says the rich will always have first access to the latest enhancements. "When the aim is to upgrade, by definition, you want to be better than others. So no matter how much the cost goes down, there will always be the next treatment which is only available to the rich. The differences might become so big that if you miss the train it will be too late."

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A very viable argument, as some latest thoughts are speculating that some of the latest UFO's we see are Morphing and Transforming into each other.

Similar scenarios have already been televised and put onto the big screen such as the likes of the Sci Fi movies ie 'Transformers'

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Watch "The Worlds Strangest S01E03 : Inventions ". They have already created the stuff above and we have the tech to grow new body parts, or people for that matter, and make limbs regenerate. Now take into consideration we are actually a bag of thousands of species of bacteria and fungi etc. like a transforming microbial mechwarrior battlecruiser, that has a conciousness and self-awareness we might call a soul, that may or may not be timeless or independent of the bag/starship of microbes. Then consider..the cutting edge of science..

http://motherboard.vice.com/read/why-government-researchers-think-we-may-be-living-in-a-2d-hologram

Think about all that..we live in interesting times indeed.

The jungle shaman could have told em so though ;). The bermuda crystal stuff and other "pyramid stuff" might be bit woo for my liking..the real world is crazier though than I can fathom so I'll wait and see.

I think any self aware intelligent alien life would pass the same logical evolutionary paths that we would on our search for technology and advancement. The more power we gain through tech to live better, the more power we gain to destroy ourselves. This place/system we are in has, like this, checks and balances to control the "progression of soul" or interconnected program of the "species'" or collective intelligence and knowledge. There are thresholds to understanding of the fundamentals of the universe, or whatever, whereby an intelligence may or may not survive the next progression over the next horizon depending on innate character or design. Almost like a built in debugging test in the program that keeps on creating more creation programs that keep on etc.. etc.. Like Einstein and the bomb as an example of a species failing an innate design test..We still haven't learned the lesson.

Ja the aliens I think would be either on a par to us or less, and we'd have go look to find them..or microbial and maybe not carbon based in which case we might not even recognize them. There would I'm sure be aliens that would be more advanced than us in which case I think some would have uncovered the understanding of the deep fundamentals of everything and might have had to have gone through many such program design tests and may well by now be somehow a fundamental part of everything in some way. Understanding and tech leads on through logarithmic curves from horizon to horizon, our physical understanding of everything based on our "relatively blind" evolved senses really wouldn't really be able to understand some/most advanced alien existence or most likely not be able recognise them unless they chose to be seen by us how we see things in our relative perception of wavelength, scale and timeframe, wherever and whatever we are. We live in our own little, narrow band of things. Most of everything is inconceivable to us and our physics at this point. My 2c ramble.. How would we recognise a trans-dimentional alien.. Is that an angel, a Jinn etc..? There are worlds within worlds, within worlds, within worlds, within worlds etc.. etc..The universe or whatever is a fractal, we know that much..Who knows if there is an end? We are somewhere in there, somewhere.. Time is just some framework, like electrons or vibrations or quarks or neutrinos.. what was it again, we still are not sure actually.

I'm stoked though to have my moment in the sun so to speak of life and enjoy myself thoroughly, stoked for my time on the stage of the physical world in this form, whatever it may be that I am, this person thing.. I've seen enough aliens for now to be thankful for it all and one day I'll visit them again. Om namah shivaia om.. and also the rest! Or/and it may just all be a holographic illusion ala matrix style. I'm not fussed though either way I'm having fun and trying to do my little bit of good till the curtains close and as said before enjoying myself immensely. That's how I relate that to fishing ;)

To be honest there are serotonin's brothers and sisters which are made by our brain but blocked for most of the day except when dreaming or if schitzo. Switch off the mono-oxidase enzyme in the blood and let serotonin take a back seat to the other neurotransmitters and one literally tunes into many, many other wavelengths of physical existence. This has traditionally been done through mind/body control, meditation, fasting, rhythmic chanting/drumming/dancing or ingesting plants containing the same neurotransmitters along with a mono-amine enzyme inhibiting plant. Put the dream juice into anyone's blood in a good dose while switching off the dream blockers will let anyone see the aliens. They are inside, around and all about, never mind out there too. On that note, don't do too much dreaming; As per our now unlawful and unconstitutional Medicines etc..Act ( unlawful due to recent court precedent) our body and brains (and every other mammal at least) manufacture not one but at least two schedule 7 chemicals throughout the day. Which makes anyone actually more illegal than a coke lab, but less so than a meth lab as per the law. On par with a shroom factory and dagga plantation rolled into one. Makes one wonder why dreaming is effectively illegal, albeit through an unlawful law. Lawmakers should be ..ja lets leave it at that..

When the aliens get a bit much for ya.. just go gooi a line and really appreciate this alien place we live in! Think that's about all the ramblings on aliens I got unless I go into details.. I've looked into it quite deeply in my life, and seen some $hit but to a point where I turned back.. I'm more interested in those aliens with scales that swim in the water here on earth! Those alien waters, they go deep!

:) :) :)

Back to the fishing for me, chat away guys..


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Om. Good Morning ;) That should explain it better than my previous brain fart does.. A large majority of alien "encounters" or UFO "encounters" can not only be explained through neuro-chemistry, but in fact, demonstrated. These demonstrations would clearly show too, that the ones not explained are either BS, or are entirely within the realms of possibility. Stuff in reality is way wild and crazy, we are lucky to have our little human existance...here we are in against all possibilities ourselves..reflecting.

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Also, that's not to say that the "aliens" are not real...they are very real. It is more to say that we will find life wherever we look, if we look hard enough. Some are of the understanding that nothing is without life. Me, I'm one of em..

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Posting fishing stuff on the alien sites and posting alien stuff on the fishing sites! Ja eish..haha that's it for me on aliens in open forum..over and out. :) Let me get to work so I can go fishing when the weather is better..

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Posting fishing stuff on the alien sites and posting alien stuff on the fishing sites! Ja eish..haha that's it for me on aliens in open forum..over and out. :) Let me get to work so I can go fishing when the weather is better..

Dr Hoffman...we are in the Lounge. :shock:

We do everything in the Lounge...everything.
We even take our rods and reels into the Lounge to clean and admire them.

So :X don't get me all worked up.

But don't run away, I sense you have some valuable input to add to this 'well read thread' - (140,289 Views)


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 Posted: Thu Nov 13th, 2014 09:40 am
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:cool:        See GOOGLE doodle today for the first Earth Spacecraft landed on a comet in recorded history .

 

 

Also:    
http://www.theguardian.com/science/video/2014/nov/13/philae-lander-sends-picture-from-comet-video1
 

 

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that's just what they are telling us...there's more ~

http://www.examiner.com/article/mars-and-earth-have-same-ancient-man-rock-engraving-visitors-to-both-planets

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