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TheWordIsOne101

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Alien are not demonic in nature, but highly intelligent being, they are bad ones, and good ones

John 1:2-3 (KJV) The same was in the beginning with God.
All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.

Colossians 1:16 (KJV) For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:
 

rakovsky

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It seems more natural and likely to suppose that this skull is from a deformed infant, rather than theorize that it's from an ET. Sometimes infants are born with physical deformities, so it's natural to think that remainds were found of a deformed infant from centuries ago.
 

Temujin

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It seems more natural and likely to suppose that this skull is from a deformed infant, rather than theorize that it's from an ET. Sometimes infants are born with physical deformities, so it's natural to think that remainds were found of a deformed infant from centuries ago.
Much more likely than suspecting that aliens would look anything like us.
 

rakovsky

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Much more likely than suspecting that aliens would look anything like us.
It's reasonable to theorize about how closely ETs look to us, and there are arguments in favor of similarities. One is convergent evolution. It may be more advantageous for a sentient creature to walk upright, for example, as he can use his/her hands for working with tools.
On the other hand, to find a cranially deformed infant skeleton and to theorize from the fact of its deformity that ET is the best explanation seems unreasonable, because some infant skulls are naturally deformed.

It seems that in general, the best route is to show that natural and artificial explanations are highly unlikely before moving on to ET and paranormal theories.
 

Temujin

Well-known member
It's reasonable to theorize about how closely ETs look to us, and there are arguments in favor of similarities. One is convergent evolution. It may be more advantageous for a sentient creature to walk upright, for example, as he can use his/her hands for working with tools.
On the other hand, to find a cranially deformed infant skeleton and to theorize from the fact of its deformity that ET is the best explanation seems unreasonable, because some infant skulls are naturally deformed.

It seems that in general, the best route is to show that natural and artificial explanations are highly unlikely before moving on to ET and paranormal theories.
One of the most intelligent organisms on earth is the octopus. That truly is an alien mind, and body form, yet is of this planet. It would take anthropomorphism to a new level to assume that aliens would look like us. Besides, the probability is that there are no more than five, possibly only one, intelligent lifeform in the galaxy at any one time. So, I suppose you could say that every intelligent being in the galaxy looks like us. Because they are us.
 

rakovsky

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One of the most intelligent organisms on earth is the octopus. That truly is an alien mind, and body form, yet is of this planet. It would take anthropomorphism to a new level to assume that aliens would look like us. Besides, the probability is that there are no more than five, possibly only one, intelligent lifeform in the galaxy at any one time. So, I suppose you could say that every intelligent being in the galaxy looks like us. Because they are us.
There are a couple factors as to how similar or different ETs might be to humans. One is convergence. For instance, toolmaking is improved with bipedalism and being able to use hands for tools. Another is being on land, where tools and firemaking are more usable. There was a game in the 90's called Simearth where you help develop sentience in creatures. The discovery of firemaking is considered a big step in human sentient evolution. The octopus is not walking on land with hands for tools or firemaking. So one could theorize that ETs would be more likely to walk on land and have hands for tools.
 
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