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#1 Re: This is Cool » Other Universes and Alien Races » 2007-04-28 06:14:23

Chocó wrote:

May as well get straight to it. Since 1930 when films about Mars and Moon aliens attacking Earth have gone on air, the world is thinking about if we are not alone. Half say there are aliens in other galaxies, others say there isn't. The Hubble Space telescope shows pictures of close galaxies, and no life has been detected. But maybe aliens DO exist! I've come to put an end to it. Here is my theory (PLEASE note that any off-topic posts will be reported or deleted by a moderator)

First off, you need to think about Europa, one of Jupiter's moons. It has a very dark, warm ocean underneath the bed of ice covering it. Scientists are guessing it may hold simple microscopic lifeforms. But if you look at our own deep oceans, you notice that deeper than the Twilight Zone (Over 3000 metres underwater) houses millions of sea-creatures that survive without light. Those creatures might of developed from simillar aliens that lived in Europa's oceans, but some got blasted to Earth by rocks and so on. NASA or the Russian space stations may launch a probe to Europa to dig deep into the ice

Second, think about humans. We need Oxygen, water, etc. to survive. Maybe, aliens don't need that stuff. They try to make sure they aren't discovered by sheilding a force-ray around the planets they live on so Hubble won't be able to detect it. But not all aliens could be uber-smart, etc. If you've ever watched a TV series on Discovery Science (In the UK) called Alien Planet, you must of heard of Darwin IV, an imaginary planet on the show which is visited by two space probes; Leo and Ike. They realise the lifeforms there are a lot like the ones on Earth. They get destroyed by two aliens that have the brain capacity of the humans that first lived in Europe.

Lastly, think about the possibilities. The future is coming very fast, and 2070 may be the year we realise aliens are on other planets. If they aren't, we could always just search for simple lifeforms. Scientists have given up about big aliens with ray guns, and have decided to move to very simple microscopic lifeforms. What's your theory? Share yours here, what you think about aliens.

PS: Wow, that was the longest post I've made in ages!

Well, astronauts think they've found a planet like earth outside of our solar systym.Okay, cat nap time. Anyone with me?roflolroflolroflol:P:Dsleep

#2 Re: Exercises » Exercises » 2007-04-28 06:08:09

Whats so funny, JaneFairFax?

#3 Re: Help Me ! » LaTeX - A Crash Course » 2007-04-28 06:04:48

How in the world do you get those cool patterns on the bottom of the screen?dunno(tell me in 5 hrs. i'm taking a napsleepswear:Dsleep)

#4 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » Welcome » 2007-03-25 07:49:38

insomnia wrote:

Shhhhhhhhhhhhh. Don't tell any one.

Keep on doing it .I don't understand anything. Meowrofloldizzyup

#5 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » Solution of tests, help with homework » 2007-03-25 07:44:53

Devantè wrote:

Oh noes, lightning is going to turn to the Dark Side of the Force. that a good thing?


Maybe, maybe not.

He probaly is.dunno I think it's time for a catnap.roflolsleep:D

#6 Re: Euler Avenue » About this forum » 2007-03-25 07:40:15

MathsIsFun wrote:

Good Q. How large is a slice of pi? How many angels can dance on a pin? And why would they?

I don't get it. (wheres the catscracher? roflolroflol

#7 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Help me! » 2007-03-25 07:35:45

Thanks so much. you guys are a real help. (I don't know why but I feel like a catnap zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz)

#9 Re: Introductions » Not much of an introduction » 2007-03-25 07:28:01

Hi, soha I've never seen you on this forum.

#10 Re: Guestbook » math » 2007-03-23 23:42:49

Josie it is very nice to meet you.

#11 Introductions » Any one new? » 2007-03-23 23:40:17

Replies: 4

wave I'm new and i'd like to meet some other new people.

#12 Re: Introductions » Are you new? » 2007-03-23 23:29:27

Cut it out, Choco! First time I find you online and your very annoying!

#13 Re: Introductions » Hello, come & tell us about yourself » 2007-03-23 08:10:20

Hi! I'm wondering if we have anything in common, mommas.

#14 Re: Introductions » Veektoree » 2007-03-23 08:06:52

Hi, Radical ed. I'm 8 years old. I love math. I love wildlife. Do we have any thing in common?

#15 Puzzles and Games » See if you can solve this » 2007-03-22 09:44:10

Replies: 15

See if you can solve this:
                                              + mug
All you have do is figure out which number the letter stands for.

#16 Re: Jokes » Blondes don't do news. » 2007-03-22 09:31:54

Sanora blondie I don't under stand this:
a blonde and a brunette were watching the 5 o'clock news. the main story was about a man on the edge of a bridge and was threatening to jump. the brunette said to the blonde, i bet you £500 that he jumps. the blonde agrees and a few seconds later he jumps. the blonde writes out a cheque but the brunette refuses to take her money. she says that she saw the 12 o'clock news and knew he would jump. the blonde said she saw the 12 o'clock news but thought he wouldn't jump again

#17 Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Help me! » 2007-03-22 09:21:03

Replies: 4

I don't know how to be any hire than a novice. Any suggestion?

#19 Help Me ! » Members can help me only » 2007-03-21 12:08:20

Replies: 3

I don't know how to be a member. Can you give me some suggestions?

#20 Re: Introductions » Another newbie! » 2007-03-21 11:56:36

Hi,Neela! I'm The oppisite of you!I love math and my life is sort of interesting!

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