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Aliens from outer space

Discussion in 'Paranormal Activities' started by Frank Goad, May 13, 2019.

  1. Frank Goad

    Frank Goad Active Member

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    Do you believe in aliens from outer space?I think i do.
     
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  2. Wandering Monk

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    I believe they could exist. Don't see how the laws of physics would allow them to visit earth, even from the nearest solar system.
     
  3. Windwalker

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    If they don't, they should. :)
     
  4. Nimos

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    I would expect there to be lots of life in the universe, otherwise its an awful waste of space.

    Also I hope they are very advance and friendly, as I would really like a trip around the universe :rocket:

    :hugehug:
     
  5. robocop (actually)

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    Finally I am overcoming some schizophrenia. I was sure for like 17 years there that I had seen an Alien, but now I think I just fantasized that she was extremely perfect.
     
  6. whirlingmerc

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    No, although the Net Flix series 'Roswell' was creative

    SPOILER ALERT!!!

    and the 'illegal aliens' had an interesting 'love hate' relationship with 'the illegal aliens'
     
  7. Salvador

    Salvador Conscious Being

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    I don't believe biological beings from far distant exosolar planets have come to Earth; because interstellar space travel takes too much energy beyond the obtainable resources of almost everybody or interstellar space travel time is too long for biological life to endure. However, I do believe extraterrestrial robotic intelligence has visited Earth.



    Also, I believe in directed panspermia.
    The numeric and semantic message of "037" that's been embedded in our genetic coding by our Creator gets conveyed to me who computes with a base 10 numeric system.

    This is evident to me by how each codon relates to 3 other particular codons having the same particular type of initial nucleobase and sequential nucleobase subsequently then followed by a different ending nucleobase. Half of these 4 set of codon groups ( whole family codons ) each code for the same particular amino acid. The other half of those 4 set of codon groups ( split codons ) don't code for the same amino acid. So then, in the case of whole family codons, there are 37 amino acid peptide chain nucleons for each relevant nucleobase determinant of how a particular amino acid gets coded. Start codons express 0 at the beginning of 37 Hence, the meaningful numeric and semantic message of 037 gets unambiguously and factually conveyed to us present day Earthling human beings with our genetic code invented by a superior intelligence beyond that of anybody presently bound to Earth.

    The significance of the semantic message "037" embedded in our genetic coding is well-explained in the following journal articles: .
    Biosystems Volume 70, Issue 3, August 2003, Pages 187-209 "Arithmetic inside the universal genetic code" Author: Vladimir I. shCherbak
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...4703000662

    NeuroQuantology | December 2011 | Vol 9 | Issue 4 | Page 702-715 Masic, Natasa Nested Properties of shCherbak’s PQ 037 and (Biological) Coding/Computing Nested Numeric/Geometric/Arithmetic Propertiesof shCherbak’s Prime Quantum 037 as a Base of (Biological) Coding/Computing

    https://www.researchgate.net/public...m_037_as_a_Base_of_Biological_CodingComputing

    The human genome has 145 "alien" genes that can't be linked to any of our distant past human ancestors; these genes are in our genome from the process of horizontal gene transfer. These 145 "alien" genes, which nobody inherited from any distant past terrestrial ancestor, might have been the result of genetic engineering by advanced extraterrestrial intelligence or from a post human futuristic civilization.

    Reference:

    Expression of multiple horizontally acquired genes is a hallmark of both vertebrate and invertebrate genomes
    Genome Biology201516:50
    Expression of multiple horizontally acquired genes is a hallmark of both vertebrate and invertebrate genomes
    • Received: 25 September 2014
    • Accepted: 4 February 2015
    • Published: 13 March 2015


    Cosmic ancestry theory can often explain the transitional evolutionary changes between species that aren't well-explained by traditional Darwinian evolution.

    Viruses can insert new genes, which have never before encountered by a species, to become part of the species' genome. These transferred genes are a vital part evolution. According to Cosmic Ancestry, the horizontal transfer of genes by viruses and other means is essential for evolutionary progress.

    Three New Human Genes
    and De Novo Genes in General | What'sNEW

    Entirely novel human-specific protein-coding genes originating from ancestrally noncoding sequences have been reported by two geneticists at the University of Dublin

    Reference:

    David G. Knowles and Aoife McLysaght, "Recent de novo origin of human protein-coding genes" [abstract], doi:10.1101/gr.095026.109, Genome Research, online 2 Sep 2009.
    Discovery of novel genes..., by EurekAlert!, 1 Sep 2009.
    Genes That Make Us Human, by Elizabeth Pennisi, ScienceNOW, 1 Sep 2009.
    Three human genes evolved from junk, by Michael Le Page, NewScientist, 3 Sep 2009.
    Which Genes Make Us Human? by Alan Boyle, MSNBC, 3 Sep 2009.

    ."Analyzing available data, they identified genes that are expressed in the human species but not in chimps. They then looked for simiar sequences in other primates, finding three. The chimp and macaque (unexpressed) sequences are nearly identical to the human one, but are interrupted by frameshifting insertions and stop codons.
    Although the three human genes are known to be expressed from several lines of evidence, their functions are not definitively characterized. However one, chronic lymphocytic leukemia upregulated gene 1 (CLLU1), appears to have a role in that human disease. Its sequence among humans, compared to the matching one in chimps and macaques, is illustrated below."

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    "Multiple sequence alignment of the gene sequence of the human gene CLLU1 and similar nucleotide sequences from the syntenic location in chimp and macaque. The start codon is located immediately following the first alignment gap, which was inserted for clarity. Stop codons are indicated by red boxes. The sequenced peptide identified from this locus is indicated in orange. The critical mutation that allows the production of a protein is the deletion of an A nucleotide, which is present in both chimp and macaque (indicated by an arrow). This causes a frameshift in human that results in a much longer ORF capable of producing a 121-amino acids-long protein. Both the chimp and macaque sequences have a stop codon after only 42 potential codons." © Genome Research 2009
    CLLU1 is also disabled by a matching point insertion in the gorilla and gibbon, but not orangutan, genomes. The geneticists reason, If the ancestral primate sequence was coding, then we would need to infer that an identical 1-bp insertion occurred in four lineages independently, whereas if we infer the presence of the disabler in the ancestral sequence, then we must infer two independent 1-bp deletions. The inference that the ancestral sequence was noncoding is a more parsimonious explanation of the data, even without considering that the parallel insertion of a specific base into an identical location is probably less likely than the parallel deletion of one base. ...We hypothesize that these genes have originated de novo in the human lineage, since the divergence with chimp from ancestrally noncoding sequence.

    Consider the human nucleotide sequence designated CLLU1, 121 codons in length. A codon, three nucleotides, may encode any of 20 amino acids, or a stop. (But this sequence is a gene, an open reading frame with no stops.)
    Assume that the protein encoded by this nucleotide sequence needs ~25%, or 30, of its codons exactly right. In other words, only 1 out of 21 codons can occupy each of those 30 positions. The chance that 30 random codons will match this sequence in one trial can be estimated as

    (1/21)^30 = ~10^-40

    Assume that the remaining 91 codons in this sequence may vary widely, encoding any of 10 of life's 20 amino acids, but no stops. In other words, 10 out of 21 codons can occupy each of those 91 codon positions. The chance that 91 random codons will satisfy these criteria in one trial is approximately

    (10/21)^91 = ~10^-30

    Combining these assumptions, the chance that a given sequence of 121 random codons will constitute a working version of this gene is on the order of

    10^(-40-30) = 10^-70 ..."

    (This method copies Chandra Wickramasinghe's in The Legacy of Fred Hoyle, reviewed 2005.)

    Reference: Metazoan Genes Older Than Metazoa?, 25 Oct 1996.

    "If a new genetic program arrives by the strong panspermia process, intervening (ancestral) species should possess either nearly identical versions of it ...or nothing similar.."
    Reference: New genetic programs in Darwinism and strong panspermia, 7 Apr 2002.
    .At least some of the silent DNA is for future use ."]Reference: Why Sexual Reproduction?, first posted May 1996.
    "Point mutations and other simple mechanisms can switch existing programs off and on."
    Reference: Testing Darwinism versus Cosmic Ancestry, 24 Nov 2002
    "This process would ...depend on sophisticated software management that can recognize an installed program."
    Reference: Duplication Makes A New Primate Gene, 21 Feb 2005.
    "New genetic programs will be continually offered for testing."
    Reference: How is it Possible?

    This mark of intelligence left in our genetic coding is indicative of an intelligent designer, whom we Earthling humans may never truly understand.
     
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  8. shmogie

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    Why would they want to come here ? It would be like visiting an insane asylum with the patients in charge.
     
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  10. David1967

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    Sure, why not? It's a lot less believable to think we're the only ones.
     
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    I'd like to think there might be. In a universe with trillions of galaxies, there's got to be something else out there that's alive besides us.

    I don't know that aliens from outer space have visited Earth, though. I'm very doubtful and skeptical of any stories about UFOs or aliens.
     
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    Thanks for sharing the video. Our true father(s) and mother(s) who art in heaven. I wonder where they are staying since their planet has been destroyed? On a mother space ship? They destroyed their planet so it's in our genetic makeup to do the same here (which we've been doing very well, and need to stop). I hope they come to answer our questions, but are people ready for the truth?
     
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    They'll be here in October.
     
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