- Sep 22, 2018
Thanks for that Mudpuppy. Glad you like the link I provided too.Oh, Im sorry I missed him. He was jolly fun and kept us all on our skeptical toes.
Like how rubbing aged urine into their eyes cures cancer? I spend my days on /r/insanepeoplefacebook and see various postings of that. Also the flat earthers too. At the very least they provide a source of entertainment. Ah Reddit, what would I do without you...All the moonbats have moved on to Facebook groups. Most of those groups kick me out after one post because they want so hard to believe a line of pure crap.
I like the idea too.Like how rubbing aged urine into their eyes cures cancer? I spend my days on /r/insanepeoplefacebook and see various postings of that. Also the flat earthers too. At the very least they provide a source of entertainment. Ah Reddit, what would I do without you...
I am surprised for this thread being started in 2011, that it somehow slipped my radar after all these years. I have an interest in Ancient Aliens. I like the idea of it, extraterrestrial beings that visited ancient cultures and interacted with them, guided them down gentler paths, provided wisdom and knowledge. I mean, lots of people believe there is other intelligent life out there, somewhere in this expansive universe, yet so many find it difficult to believe that ET has visited us in the past? Or could be visiting us now? No I'm not talking about lizard people.
But let's say hypothetically everything around us, flora and fauna, came from different parts of the universe? What if we're one big giant zoo, or conservatory? What if we were actually seeded here by another race that were dying out? I'm not saying any of those things are fact, just things I like to think about, to explain the purpose of our existence, and just how exactly we came from.. a single celled organism thriving at the bottom of an ocean.
With all the vast evidence out there that ETs and UFOs have visited this planet, I'll have to say you really don't know what you're talking about. I don't want to argue with you, but it seems you're buying into this whole pro-mainstream history and science propaganda.Regarding visitation, it's extremely unlikely in the past or the present.