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Odds are very high that there is life out there. Where there is water, or ice for that matter, there is or most likely was some type of life, however small at some point in time. With as many planets as there is grains of sand on the earth, a lot of them probably have microscopic lifeforms on them.
As for intelligent life similar or above our own, it's probably out there as well. For all we know there can be alien life forms in or around our own technological age, and wonder the same things we do. The Universe as many have said, is fucking massive, so big we can't even fathom it.
I believe that aliens do exists but I'm pretty skeptic on the narrations of various people being abducted by aliens. I mean, that's pretty out of the blue already.
I believe too that there are alien lifeforms out there...it's just that we are unable to perceive them, yet, not to mention contact...the structure of the universe, the structure of life...these are fields that we no almost nothing of, so we might never even meet an alien life form at all...
I don't believe in abductions, because I'm convinced that an alien life form is different, and will not act as humans do, will not have similar value system, if they will have any...so no abduction, threats or any other bullshit
I'm sure that aliens exist... IMHO, i think that there are bacteria living on other planets... There are lots of parts of the universe that we have not explored, so we can't be sure that we are th only life-forms in the universe. About intelligent lifes, i'm sure they are somewhere in the universe.
If the universe is endless, then the possibilities are endless and I am of no doubt that there are thousands of thousands of planets that has life. However, I do not believe in green men with gigantic heads, four fingers, and lasers. I believe in life forms completely different from anything we've seen, an intelligence that differs from ours, and a world that looks nothing like the ones we've seen.
The thought that we're the only so called "intelligent" being in the universe is raaaather arrogant, don't ya think?
Even the documentary spoken by Harrison Ford, "Are We Alone?", clearly shows the very high possibilities of "another" planet that might contain life. We can never be alone in this vast, unfathomable universe.
After all, we have already sent several mechanisms out there in space that tell us our existence in earth. We are just hoping that "someone out there" might receive that message of ours.
Watch this video: Its from 2001 titled the 'disclosure project'.
"A large number of ex high ranking officals including air traffic controllers, ex secret op. officers, commercial pilots, numorous military defence specialists with top secret clearance, people who had access to very sensitive documents
lieutenants, ex commanders in the u.s airforce,
all going befor ethe national press club to discuss what their experiences have been regarding u.f.o's and all are willing to go before congress to testify under oath.. never before has such a group come forward..
this is a must see it is long.. extremely informative and enlightening.
This video was uploaded by centralelements.com"
Some may already be aware of it or have watched it.
I thought what's was presented was rather interesting.
Has over 1 million views.
Youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vyVe-6YdUk
Roughly 2 hours worth of information.