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Anonymous 16/12/24(Sat)23:39 No. 12763 ID: 0f36a6
12763

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https://richarddawkins.net/2016/06/yes-there-have-been-aliens/

Why are atheists so obsessed with aliens and other conspiracy theories? There is literally no credible evidence for their existence. Is it because they are immature manchildren?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_paradox


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Anonymous 17/12/12(Tue)20:46 No. 13361 ID: 019eec
13361

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>>13359
Wow, so you're making the same argument people make against global warming, and now I realize for the same reason: you're an idiot who only trusts people who agree with you, loudly, and in simple, familiar terms.

Scientists endevor not to sound like asshats by making the softest claim possible from the conclusion of their research. This leads them to saying things like "x may represent y" when there's really very little chance it does not. Idiots inevitably interpret this as the scientists themselves seeding doubt in their conclusions, and refuse to accept those conclusions until they are literally slapping them in the face, and >>13354, indeed, perhaps not even then.

Pic related.


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Anonymous 17/12/12(Tue)21:02 No. 13362 ID: d60c6c

>>13361

The evidence for extraterrestrial life is so weak that only a tinfoil hat would believe it. The meteorite "traces" are crop circle tier.


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Anonymous 17/12/12(Tue)21:10 No. 13363 ID: 9f22fd

>>13359
can't even admit that the possibility exists then lol

You either qualify for the world record of thickest skull or you're the kind of troll that pretends to be stupid


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Anonymous 17/12/12(Tue)21:21 No. 13364 ID: d60c6c

>>13363

You have no evidence. All you have is some dents in a rock from outer space.


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Anonymous 17/12/13(Wed)01:18 No. 13365 ID: a870df

>>13361
>so you're making the same argument people make against global warming
Its not particularly surprising, since he also uses the same argument against global warming. Any and all science, really.

He has a hammer and he uses it on everything. Nail? Hammer. Screw? Hammer. Bolt? Hammer. Nut? Hammer. Turbopump? Hammer. Penis? Hammer.


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Anonymous 17/12/13(Wed)05:02 No. 13366 ID: d60c6c
13366

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>>13365

Literally dents in a rock. "Wow, look at those dents! They look like fossils!" Tinfoil hats are hilarious.


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Anonymous 17/12/13(Wed)12:52 No. 13369 ID: d151e5

>>13366
I know, you probably don't believe in evolution either, but one of your ancestors was a dent in a rock too, and it shows.


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Anonymous 17/12/14(Thu)05:02 No. 13372 ID: d60c6c

>>13369

You still need to provide evidence for your claim. A rock crevice isn't really convincing and hardly scientific.


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Anonymous 17/12/14(Thu)07:52 No. 13373 ID: 3a3089

>>13372
I hope our future alien overlords deem your genetic line unworthy of preservation.


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Anonymous 17/12/14(Thu)12:01 No. 13376 ID: 57f992
13376

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>>13366
That reminds me of pic related. Nothing particularly alien about it. Just a worm shaped rock.


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Anonymous 17/12/18(Mon)12:15 No. 13389 ID: 09a262

>>13376

I beg to differ! That's undeniable proof that aliens created life on Earth! Excuse me while I go and get my tinfoil hat. The invasion is about to begin.


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Anonymous 17/12/18(Mon)19:21 No. 13390 ID: 076607

>>13389
See, the comparison you are making here is ludicrious. Your opposition doesn't posit any such argument. All you achieve by this is making yourself look more rediculous than the people you mock.


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Anonymous 17/12/19(Tue)05:20 No. 13391 ID: d60c6c
13391

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>>13389
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiVoS78lNqM


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Anonymous 17/12/21(Thu)14:34 No. 13393 ID: b44204
13393

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>>13391
>that quote


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Anonymous 17/12/26(Tue)11:58 No. 13397 ID: d60c6c
13397

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>>13393

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5198325/Was-Oumuamua-alien-spacecraft.html
>Attempts to scan the mysterious Oumuamua 'comet' that hurtled past Earth may have 'awoken alien intelligence inside', UFO expert warns.

>UFO expert

They forgot how to spell tinfoil hat in this article.


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Anonymous 17/12/27(Wed)04:50 No. 13398 ID: ae8f36

>>13390
But he already was more ridiculous than the people he's mocking. He's never been less ridiculous than them.

Notice how he scrupulously avoids mentioning what he believes in. He mocks beliefs that others hold but is too much of a chickenshit to admit his own.


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Anonymous 17/12/27(Wed)11:01 No. 13399 ID: ed417b

>>13397
How do you even become a UFO expert? Do you read all Warhammer 40 000K lore and watch all seasons of Stargate?


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Anonymous 17/12/27(Wed)15:03 No. 13400 ID: 57f992

>>13389
I don't understand how something animal-like is proof of anything. There are tons of rocks that look like worms that's laying around.


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Anonymous 18/01/01(Mon)08:38 No. 13405 ID: d60c6c
13405

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>>13399

Pretty much, yeah. You also need a PhD in Wikipedia and then you're all set.


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Anonymous 18/01/02(Tue)09:36 No. 13407 ID: 0e6485

>>13405
that guy in the pic looks like a true alien hunter


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Anonymous 18/01/10(Wed)16:02 No. 13410 ID: 48f52c

>>13405
a wild star wars expert appears


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Anonymous 18/01/14(Sun)12:18 No. 13414 ID: f7a4f9

>>12824
Did you read the fucking article dipshit?
The reason why the bacteria didn't evolve is because its habitat didn't change


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Anonymous 18/01/14(Sun)17:41 No. 13416 ID: d60c6c
13416

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>>13414

Its habitat did change. If you know what a sulfur cycle is you wouldn't claim the habitat is unchanged. 

https://www.britannica.com/science/sulfur-cycle 
>Sulfur cycle, circulation of sulfur in various forms through nature. 

This means this bacteria travel through many environments and still remain exactly the same. Nice cognitive dissonance you got there.


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Anonymous 18/01/15(Mon)16:01 No. 13417 ID: d667ac

>>13416
maybe it was the aliens that stopped it from evolving?


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Anonymous 18/01/17(Wed)16:20 No. 13421 ID: 373ffd

>>13417
or maybe it's alien bacteria? the kind of bacteria that crawls into your brain unless you have a tin foil hat


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Anonymous 18/01/23(Tue)15:00 No. 13424 ID: 33df81
13424

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>>13421

>bacteria that crawls into your brain unless you have a tin foil hat


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Anonymous 18/02/13(Tue)19:49 No. 13425 ID: d60c6c
13425

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>>13424

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfBBrLcuHK0

Listen to this tinfoil hat. Prepare for the alien take over!

What a nutcase.


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>Coco Bandicoot 18/02/14(Wed)21:32 No. 13426 ID: f5c7bd

>>12763
Lol.


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Anonymous 18/02/15(Thu)12:42 No. 13427 ID: 86440b

>>13425
He probably should go and see a therapist for those delusions.


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Anonymous 18/02/21(Wed)16:06 No. 13429 ID: 3f5dbb

>>13425
It's hard to believe there are people that actually think there are aliens that will invade Earth. To everybody else this is just schizophrenic ramblings.

There isn't enough tin foil in this world to protect them from these imaginary threats. So sad that these people won't get professional help.


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Anonymous 18/05/16(Wed)19:18 No. 13527 ID: 7d5109
13527

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>>12763
https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/958247/alien-octopuses-cephalopods-earth-outer-space-aliens-cryopreserved-eggs-cambrian-explosion
>OCTOPUSES are “aliens” which evolved on another planet before arriving on Earth hundreds of millions of years ago

>octopuses are too complex to explain with evolutionary biology
>they are aliens

Fedora tippers are losing it.


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Anonymous 18/05/19(Sat)19:32 No. 13532 ID: 1e4c65

In the simplest terms, atheists are spiritually dead and have nothing to believe in, no cause to which to dedicate their lives. Therefore they latch on to MUH ALIENS and other stupid shit.
Seriously, if there are aliens we can find them in due time. Time to focus on cleaning up our own race and planet before we start fucking with others.


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Anonymous 18/05/24(Thu)13:11 No. 13539 ID: 1bafe4

>>13527
Fedora tippers are hilarious. This kind of "science" is what you get when you have manchildren running the universities.


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Anonymous 18/06/18(Mon)09:39 No. 13550 ID: b44204
13550

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>>13527
>Octopuses are aliens

Someone has gone off the deep end here.


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Anonymous 18/07/22(Sun)21:50 No. 13572 ID: 0c6f2e
13572

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>>13527
>this is what fedora tippers actually believe


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Anonymous 18/10/13(Sat)20:40 No. 13661 ID: 7d5109
13661

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>>13572
Dolphins are also from outer space.


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Anonymous 18/10/13(Sat)23:33 No. 13662 ID: 1e5fb7
13662

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This whole thread.


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falsehood tomska 18/10/15(Mon)17:30 No. 13666 ID: cad565

I am a strong athiest, and I dont believe in aliens, or that aliens do not exist. I believe that there is a chance they exist, and a chance that they do not. At our technological level and understanding of the universe, I believe that we have no way to deem them existent, without having visual proof of one of them or their vehicles/objects/etc...
and I think we are wasting our time arguing over their existence, and should debate more important matters.


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Anonymous 18/10/15(Mon)18:23 No. 13668 ID: 7d5109
13668

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>>13666
>I dont believe in aliens, or that aliens do not exist.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitting_on_the_fence


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Anonymous 18/10/22(Mon)08:49 No. 13678 ID: 848b2c

>>13666
The issue of aliens and atheism is rather unrelated, and ones opinion of them comes from completely different disciplines.

Extraterrestrial life exists, somewhere. Full stop. End of story. It's so astronomically likely, that it's almost a mathematical guarantee. There might even be (or have been) some bacteria-sized life here in the Solar System deep in Mars or under the ice sheets or Europa or in the methane lakes of Titan. Whether that life will be intelligent or not is debatable; it's not yet been proven that human-level intelligence is an evolutionarily valuable adaptation over the long term. But life of some sort, for sure.

The existence of an anthropomorphic Abrahamic God is simply logically absurd. There mere existence of such an entity creates so many logical paradoxes that one has to be willfully mentally deficient to consider it a possibility. Now, being(s) that are so above humanity in capability as to SEEM like gods (and approaching the point where they are functionally indistinguishable) may exist, but that's not the same thing by any stretch. As a reality, "God" may exist; but as a concept, God is logically impossible.


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Anonymous 18/10/29(Mon)18:43 No. 13689 ID: d60c6c
13689

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>>13678
>Extraterrestrial life exists, somewhere. Full stop. End of story. It's so astronomically likely, that it's almost a mathematical guarantee. There might even be (or have been) some bacteria-sized life here in the Solar System deep in Mars or under the ice sheets or Europa or in the methane lakes of Titan. Whether that life will be intelligent or not is debatable; it's not yet been proven that human-level intelligence is an evolutionarily valuable adaptation over the long term. But life of some sort, for sure. 

>The existence of an anthropomorphic Abrahamic God is simply logically absurd. There mere existence of such an entity creates so many logical paradoxes that one has to be willfully mentally deficient to consider it a possibility. Now, being(s) that are so above humanity in capability as to SEEM like gods (and approaching the point where they are functionally indistinguishable) may exist, but that's not the same thing by any stretch. As a reality, "God" may exist; but as a concept, God is logically impossible.


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Anonymous 18/11/07(Wed)07:34 No. 13697 ID: dc714c

>>13689
Nice rebuttal you've got there. Just gave everyone else a chance to re-read the salient points of my argument. Care to shoot yourself in the foot some more? Save me some time in reiteration.


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Anonymous 18/11/10(Sat)12:21 No. 13699 ID: d60c6c
13699

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>>13697
>Extraterrestrial life exists, somewhere. Full stop. End of story.

Nice "evidence" you got there.


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Anonymous 18/11/10(Sat)20:22 No. 13700 ID: 881894

>>13699
Think about it this way: life is a fractal pattern.

We know organic compounds are distributed throughout the universe.

There are so many microbes on every square centimeter of every surface on our planet and in our bodies that we can never be fully rid of them.

There are over a million documented species of eukaryotic life, with another seven million or so expected to be discovered.

Among those already documented, over nine hundred thousand are animals.

Only one of those species of animals--as far as we know--is sentient.

They all live on one planet.

Our bodies are composed of approximately thirty-seven trillion cells, each of them with a mitochondria our most distant ancestors absorbed in the primordial soup. We are symbiotes with a host of gut flora and other microbes. We consume animal and plant lifeforms to fuel our biology. Although we may be the penultimate achievement of life on earth, we are hardly distinct from it.

We would not exist if not for all the other components in the system, and we are also a component in the system. The planet itself is a complex life form with a life cycle.

It is not possible that this has occurred in only one place in the universe. There are too many other galaxies, star systems, and planets. There's too much organic matter. We have evidence of microbes on Mars, and water in all sorts of places. There are bacteria on the Earth that thrive on radioactive decay and minerals alone.

It may be rare that a galaxy produces solar systems with the right materials and conditions for life, and rare that a solar system develops with a planet at the right distance from its star(s) for organic compounds to become microbes, and rarer still that a planet maintains such conditions long enough for life to thrive; and even more rare for such life to adapt the atmosphere of its host planet like our Oxygen Boom, but even at the most remote estimate, it is simply not realistic to think that Earth is one in infinity.


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Anonymous 18/11/10(Sat)21:20 No. 13701 ID: d60c6c

>>13700
Where's the proof for life on other planets? Time for some evidence or time for you to take your tinfoil hat elsewhere.


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Anonymous 18/11/11(Sun)12:38 No. 13702 ID: 34632d

>>13701
Well, you're proof it's wasted on this planet.
I hope it's smarter somewhere else.


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Anonymous 18/11/11(Sun)14:06 No. 13703 ID: d60c6c

>>13702
Why do you keep switching IP when you reply to me? Are you a paranoid schizophrenic? If so then it might explain why you believe in aliens.


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Anonymous 18/11/11(Sun)16:50 No. 13704 ID: 7d5109
13704

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>>13703
He's switching IP's because he's trying to avoid the alien mind control rays that the government is emitting from Area 51.


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Anonymous 18/11/11(Sun)20:59 No. 13705 ID: 404e35
13705

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Dynamic
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Why do your addresses never change? Is it because you're bouncing off a few fixed IP servers you rent to make it appear like you're not an isolated aspie posting the same tired ass shit to /phi/ over and over for years on end?


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Anonymous 18/11/12(Mon)05:28 No. 13707 ID: d60c6c

>>13705
I think you need to get off your computer and take your medication. Maybe your delusions about aliens will disappear and you can do something productive with your life, mister schizo.



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