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Ancient Aliens

CoreIssue

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Staff member
I have been watching this series on the History Channel.

Obviously I don't buy into the alien claims. But, if you watch, the buildings and other structures they show and talk about make one think.

The age, size, materials used, etc just don't fit unless one considers Pre-Adamic, the Flood and related issues in the Bible.
 

jdyson

Advanced Poster
Extraterrestrial life

What are the odds of life living on other planets?

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As humanity casts an ever-wider net across the cosmos, capturing evidence of thousands of worlds, an ancient question haunts us: Is anybody out there?

The good news: We know vastly more than any previous generation. Our galaxy is crowded with exoplanets – planets around other stars. A healthy percentage of them are small, rocky worlds, of a similar size and likely similar composition to our home planet.
Life in the Universe: What are the Odds? – Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System (nasa.gov)

Exoplanets Last update: June 30, 2021
CONFIRMED Exoplanets 4,422
NASA CANDIDATES 7,450
PLANETARY SYSTEMS 3,280
Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System (nasa.gov)

Since there are billions of stars out there and planets much liker ours circling many of those suns the odds that there is no life out there is near “zero”; most likely there is life out there.

I personally doubt that whoever they are would travel here to take a personal look at “us” but I do believe many of those solar civilizations have progressed to the point where they have sent “probs” in search of life and we may have inadvertently seen a probe or two.

I am totally confident that humans will eventually travel beyond our solar system, and I believe we will send probes out into outer space looking for evidence of life, and I believe we may have seen such probes probing us.
 

CoreIssue

Administrator
Staff member
God created Angels and man, not aliens. He died for the sins of man, not aliens. He incarnated for the sins of man, not aliens. At the end of the millennial kingdom the whole universe will be destroyed because God determines enough is enough. Aliens do not fit in God's plans.
 
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