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>pulsar map is incorrect

they will laugh at us when they find this...
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How is it incorrect? Explain.
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>>149249180
It should be occurring inside my asshole for one thing.
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>>149249127
>when

KEKW
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>>149249127
Wait wasn't there supposed to be an image of a man and a woman
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>>149249220
they scrapped the idea when they realized they couldnt fit all 62 genders on the plate
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>>149249180

there is nothing to explain. it's just wrong
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>>149249127
you probably have way better odds of winning the lottery ever single week until you die than this being found so don't worry about it
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>>149249127
I'm a human and I don't understand this shit, how the fuck would some aliens do?
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>>149249220
that one is on Pioneer, this is the Voyager disc
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>>149249295

but you're assuming they will just come across it randomly and not detect it with extremely advanced instruments...
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>>149249352
Because aliens smart and shit. For real though, why do we think that there may be a more advanced or similar species out there? We're probably the first intelligent life in space.
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>>149249220
You are thinking of the Pioneer plaque
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>>149249352

>I'm a human
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>>149249362
yeah you're right
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>bunch of squiggly lines scratched on a gold plate
how the hell anyone suppose to make sense of that nonsense??
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>>149249352
>I'm a human
I don't trust you show me your dick
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>>149249352
Sure you are.
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>>149249352
>I'm a human
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>>149249352
>I'm a human

uh bros...
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>>149249127
>when they find this
anon if it ever crashes on anything it will crash on a lifeless rock and be buried...
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>>149249352
t. alien
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>>149249382
the universe is too old for that
goldilocks planets are probably too far apart for intelligent species to ever communicate
that or the great filter is inevitable
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>>149249352
It's got pictures in the record, including booba
https://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/galleries/images-on-the-golden-record/
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>>149249127
How big are these things? no ones gonna find a vinyl record sized disc in space we shoulda made these bitches like a mile in size
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>>149249497
space is so lame
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>>149249497
>the great filter
Enlighten me on this
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>>149249495
JUST TELL ME HOW TO READ IT REEEEE
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>>149249127

The discs are gay naval gazing that were for the benefit of the nerds who made them and the aliens that will never see them.
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>>149249220
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pioneer_plaque
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>>149249536
brother it's literally a golden record that any ayy with technology comparable to us could play it
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>>149249531
retard memetheory that there must be something that prevent advanced evolution from happening and we're either before or after that filter. popsci shit
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>>149249127
> gold is poisonous to them on a fundamental level and they take it as a declaration of war
can't wait.
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>>149249511
not even the size of a car
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>>149249531
https://waitbutwhy.com/2014/05/fermi-paradox.html
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>>149249592
Why is it retarded? The universe is so old some civilization should have spread far and wide at this point
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Kinos for this feel?
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>>149249531
its what your mom puts over her cunt to stop clients getting her pregnant again.
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>>149249497
if the sun was the size of this period. the closest star would be like 2 miles away or some shit. niggers have no concept of how big and empty that shit is
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Alien here. If I find your gay little "record" I'm going to wipe my ass with it and then hurl an asteroid at your faggy planet.
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>>149249127
>incorrect
It's not incorrect. It's a brainlet filter. I dont want to talk to low iq aliens that will not be able to figure that shit out.
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>>149249592
In one sentence you've called the great filter
>retarded
>meme theory
>popsci shit
but fail to actually explain why
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>God doesn't exist because there is no proof of his existence
>Aliens exist even though there is no proof of their existence
Explain this
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>>149249282
>there is nothing to explain. it's just wrong
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>>149249585
>Art critic and activist Craig Owens said that sexual bias is exhibited by the choice to make the man in the diagram perform the wave gesture to greet the extraterrestrials while the woman in the diagram has her hands at her sides.[12] Feminists also took issue with this choice for the same reason.[13]
fucking lol those scientists were based
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>>149249531
The "great filter" is a theoretical reason for why we don't see signs of extraterrestrial life. Basically it's the something that destroys every intelligent race before they become galaxy-spanning civilizations.

In reality we're way early and probably the only sapient species in the observable universe.

We're the ancient old ones, act accordingly
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>>149249127
What a dumb idea. How fucking arrogant do you have to be to do something like this? They don't know what the fuck is out there.
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>>149249127
how embarrassing...
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>>149249685
Yeah good thing size and distance are two different things though
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>>149249657
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>>149249531
Fermi's Paradox is the question that since the universe is so vast with so many earthlike planets, and so old, why is there no evidence of any advanced life?

The Great Filter expands on that question by saying there is some kind of filter that prevents intelligent life from evolving or expanding across the cosmos. Either the initial creation of life is something that's extraordinarily rare, or something happens to advanced civilizations which prevents them from spreading through space.
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>>149249127
pathetic shit
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>>149249686
>gay
>my ass
>faggy
I had no idea aliens were that obsessed with being gay.
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>>149249725
>>149249728
>>149249781
Are you ok?
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>>149249656
Sure but looking from the galactic equivalent of our back porch and not seeing anything doesn't mean nothing's there. Hell we're still arguing about whether or not there's life elsewhere in our own solar system

>>149249693
Pick your favorite, mine is "aliens are too alien"/"discovery is difficult". Great Filter theory alone makes too many assumptions and currently isn't verifiable in any way whatsoever. Hell good luck settling an argument about what Earth's great filter might be, much less one on a universal scale where literal physics is different wherever you go
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_paradox#Hypothetical_explanations_for_the_paradox
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>>149249531
Fuckin' bullshit that tries to explain Fermy's paradox but the only thing it accomplishes is rewording the paradox and feeling so smart for doing it wrong.
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>>149249127
yeah im sure ayylmaos write numerals the same way we do
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or maybe they already contacted the bossniggers of this world and the bossniggers are keeping the information for themselves
they probably think we are disrespectful and don't give a shit about them
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>>149249721
>We're the ancient old ones
That's what I mean, we're probably the most advanced species. I'm not saying there's no life out there, there probably is but it's no where near as advanced as we are.
>tfw born too early to bring another advanced species out to space
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>>149249127
Why did they include Bay's Transformers there as No. 1 Kino? It should have been Spider-Man.
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>>149249275

Kek
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>>149249352
just like we have scientists who understand it, we expect an intelligent alien species to have scientists who could decipher it too
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>>149249717
no, they were just normal
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>>149249874
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fKBhvDjuy0

Watch this video and tell me again that we're probably the smartest thing in existence. It's space that's the problem, especially if light speed IS the universal speed limit.
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>>149249828
What are you on? Physics works the same everywhere and that's the whole point. The universe is so vast that in those 13 billion years somewhere a somewhat humanoid species should have sent out self replicating probes. Don't remember exact figures, but apparently each and every single one of stars in our Galaxy would receive one in a couple million years at most. Humans would do it for sure, if not governments, then some sort of a fringe organization or wealthy individual 1000 years into the future.
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>>149249808
it's a bit cringe
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>>149249352
this is something I've always thought about when it comes to these "magic space documents" or fucking whatever you call them. Ultimately these are just made with the assumption that whoever receives these artifacts just so happened to evolve in such a specific fucking way similar to ours that not only is their intelligence on par with ours but that their understanding of the universe around them is LITERALLY 100% IN PARALLEL WITH OURS. like seriously, what the fuck is this shit?
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I have seen UFOs and been visited by extraterrestrials. My family has a long lineage of abductees after my grandpa worked on project OXCART and was exposed to alien tech later in his career.
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>>149249971
We've observed convergent evolution in many places on our planet, why couldn't it occur on a bigger scale? Just make one billion planets mostly water and give them a similar atmosphere composition to ours. It probably wouldn't be Klingon level of similarity, but we should expect at least some parallels in their line of thinking
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>>149249971
I'm fairly sure that aliens would only need to know the difference between random noise and a pattern in a data set to decipher the plaque. I think that might a universal thing among species that are smart enough to communicate in a structured way.
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>>149249962
>Physics works the same everywhere
I goofed saying literally when it was an exaggeration. But there are places in the universe where space time is distorted, or your playing in quantum physics, or something is occuring that makes it's own biology completely incompatible with our assumptions of what "should" and "shouldn't" be.

As for the probes idea, there's a million reasons why this might not have happened or has gone unnoticed. To assume that it's one specific reason preventing every species across the known universe from evolving to our expectations is an absurd jump in logic, based on what information we have available.
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>>149249991
Were you awoken by bright lights, shadowy alien figures, and indiscernible voices/sounds?
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>>149249717
because they're dumb-asses, aliens wouldn't know what a fucking hand wave means when they don't even have hands. it's supposed to show the functionality of the limbs, that they can move, and the out stretched hand shows the dexterousness of them, they can figure out they're tools or whatever.
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>>149249352
Extrapolate your position
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the more I learn about the universe the more it becomes boring
it's like a fat greasy virgin GM coming up with absurd impossible rules
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>>149250071
>why couldn't it occur on a bigger scale?
because the appearance of humans on Earth was mostly due to chance. We needed several mass extinctions and all the very lucky mutations that lead to important changes like the eukaryote cell.
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>>149249721
>>149249874
Remember that the industrialization only happened 200 years ago. That is a very very short time and a civilization that did it only a thousand years earlier could be immensely more advanced
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>>149250189
Yes and my body was frozen still while they did experiments. My IQ went from 120 before to 170+. I’ve been working on developing my own particle accelerator in my basement but it’s really hard to get my hands on radioactive material
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>>149249941
Cool video but scale has no relevance until we find an ET sapient organism
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>>149250227
>What was before the big bang? Well nothing of course, the big bang invented time
>Elementary particles make up everything but you need a trillion dollar particle accelerator to prove it
>Also anti-matter is real but you can't have any
>Quantum physics isn't some hidden variable it's all completely random... no I'm not going to explain how that scales up to create a functional universe and physics
>Most of the universe is Dark Matter you can't interact with, but interacts with everything. Like the Force
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>>149249492
it'll more likely just be drawn into a star and be disintegrated before impact
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>>149250118
Space time is distorted everywhere where there is gravity at play, when you are walking around on our planet your body "clock" runs a very tiny bit slower than if you'd be free floating in space. Biology is based on physics and there is no reason to assume it would work differently on other planets - the chemical composition etc. of other organisms could of course be different, but with the universe's scale, there should be multiple places where similar to our own, carbon based life would appear.

I like the probes idea, because it illustrates the paradox really well. If intelligent life on other planets is common, why has none of it, during billions of years of it's existence, attempted to "map out" our galaxy using automated probes. It costs as much as building one high tech self replicating probe, and can you imagine what tech we will have in 1000 years, assuming no catastrophe happens? All attempts of refuting this argument are always "b-but we're dumb and aliens are incomprehensible to us". Yeah right, all of them? That would make humanity pretty special, which people who use such arguments are always against
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>>149250351
>but it’s really hard to get my hands on radioactive material
metric fucktons of ionization smoke detectors
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>>149250378
the probability of it approaching any star close enough for it to become even a little bit hotter than within interstellar space is extremely fucking low
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>>149250338
If a more advanced civilization was present we'd surely know about it now. Unless they've discovered a way to travel that is not visable to this dimension we would have seen some form of sign that there is something out there.
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>>149249991
Is it hard to poo after being anally probed or is it suspiciously easy?
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>>149249127

You realize they actually responded to us?

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/circulos_cultivos/esp_circuloscultivos12.htm

Scroll down a bit.
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>>149250351
>I’ve been working on developing my own particle accelerator in my basement but it’s really hard to get my hands on radioactive material
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>>149249531
Sunshine's 3rd act
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>>149250395
You wouldn't fucking know if a bullfrog in china was trying to make contact with ya would ya m8
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>>149250298
No matter how improbable this series events eat, the universe is conceptually infinite. Nobody can calculate the probability of life evolving around a given star, but is it really smaller than the number of planets in the universe?
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>>149250376
>Like the Force
kek
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>>149249656
>The universe is so old
It really isn't though. >>149249721 is more correct. Especially with how long it takes planets to form. Plus the time it takes life to evolve on top of that.

We're out the gates like greyhounds.
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>>149249505
>160cm
The ayyylmaos will think humans are manlets...
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>>149250549
BWAAAAHM
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>>149250480
Give it a billion years and it could find a way
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>>149250462
>>149250554
Nobody's gonna read your malware schizo site that uses crop circles as actual evidence. take your meds
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>>149250554

Don't worry

>average height 3' 4''

They understand.
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>>149250551
>>149250625
lanklets irrevocably and eternally BTFO
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>>149250549
>then container with suns starts multiplying
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>>149250550
That's my point. The universe may be young on its own scale, but very old on ours. That Anon said the great filter is retarded, but if that's the case, why did no intelligent life colonize the whole galaxy? Humans needed just a couple million years to go from retarded apes to a technological civilization. That's a drop in current universe age, so the great filter theory must be at least somewhat correct. I also think we're one of the first
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the big bang is just a theory
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>>149250433
>If a more advanced civilization was present we'd surely know about it now
you don't have the slightest idea how massive the universe is.
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>>149249604
don't worry we'll be long gone by then
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>>149250351
How do I get them to come visit?
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>>149249721
>We're the ancient old ones, act accordingly
No! Future aliens will learn of my degeneracy, and they will like it.
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>>149250677
>why did no intelligent life colonize the whole galaxy?
Because there hasn't been enough time for life to advance to that level yet because the universe is too young. Either no one has yet, or the possible few to have the godroll window for it are still too recent for evidence to reach us yet.
It's like you deliberately missed the whole point.
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>tfw won't live long enough to play vidya or watch kino with ayys
It's not fair bros
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>>149250551
>20y
/tv/ why don't you have children at 20y?
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>>149250462
How in the fuck would ayy lmaos share the same name for constellations.
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>niggas itt arguing about little green men but the real ayys exist in abstracts and are practically imperceptible because of our shitty view of the temporal dimension
>the same niggas that can't even comprehend that they're 3 dimensional boys in a 12 dimensional mans world
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>>149250832
Fuck off, Greer.
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>>149250830

Maybe because you know... they're using our own language in the first place?
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>>149250758
I will threaten to shit on their heads and they will know the brown terror
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>>149250777
Do you have autism? This question you quoted literally supports your argument and is a counter argument to another Anon. I even said I agree with you, dumbass
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>>149249127
nigga thats the shit that was in beast wars
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>>149250832
>higher dimension ayys watching you fap and replay all your worst moments and kek about it
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>>149249717
We need to let Aliens know what the real deal is. Scientists just being honest
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>>149249127
Imagine being an ayylmao atheist redditor and trying to explain how the disk could have been made randomly by natural causes. Yes, evolution is stupid.
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>>149250549
and after that is Giiny Sack's mole
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>>149250988
>muh angels and gods
their theory is retarded too. seems like the only thing you can know is that you dont know anything.
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>>149249531
I mean, we're already being filtered hard.
The IQ is generally dropping.
Only dumb people reproduce.
Space travel is just a meme to us.
We have enough nukes to accidentally pulverise the entire planet many times over.
In short, we had a good run, but we're not going anywhere. Maybe the basic course of competitive evolution follows a similar pattern everywhere else in space too.
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>>149250947
those same ayys are probably jealous of what I can do with my meat all day
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>>149249127
if i can't understand this shit how the fuck do they expect aliens will
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>>149250882
Ah yes, ancient greek
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>>149249382
imagine if this lands on some planet and alien life forms had only developed into cows
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>>149249604
Gold doesn't react with anything, retard.
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>>149251077
That's because you're a retard, and aliens would puts smart ones to work on it
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>>149251077
google it
for you and the ayys
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>>149251094

Ironically ancient latin has been used in a message in crop circle near Turin, Italy.
Presumably they've been here for a long time.
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it was only ever relative to pulsars known to us anyway . there was not a hope in hell of a species existing in our proximity of time and space finding and understand it even if it was right
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>>149250832
I bet this nigga thinks the universe is made out of strings and shit, lmao
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>Carl Sagan regretted that the figures in the finished engraving failed to look panracial. Although this was the intent, the final figures appeared Caucasian.[13] In the original drawing, the man was drawn with an "Afro" haircut, so an additional African physical trait would be included in the man to make the figures look more panracial, but that detail was changed to a "non-African Mediterranean-curly haircut" in the finished engraving.[14] Furthermore, Carl Sagan said that Linda Sagan intended to portray both the man and woman as having brown hair, but the hair being only outlined rather than being both outlined and shaded made the hair appear blonde instead.[15] Other people had different interpretations of the race of people depicted by the figures. White people, Black people and Asian people each tended to think that the figures resembled their own racial group, so, although some people were proud that their race appeared to have been selected to represent all of humankind, others viewed the figures as "terribly racist" for "the apparently blatant exclusion" of other races.[16]
goddamn kikes
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>>149250506
it's not that it's too small in general, but it's very small in our given timeframe (it took 3 billions years to get from the first cells to us) and in our "neighborhood"
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>pretending their pioneer plaque was a real pragmatic effort to contact extraterrestrials and not just a symbolic offering to the gods of religion of scientism

state of you
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>>149249180
missing the Sneed
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>>149251074
like they dont laugh at your shitty low res masturbation
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>>149251204
People always find something to be upset about.
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>>149249127
Imagine if an alien like that guy who found starcraft golden disk finds this shit and lock away as a part of his collection
Shit
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>>149249127
There is alien life advanced enough to do anything with this stupid disk even if they did somehow find it floating aimlessly through ALL OF SPACE. Do you retards know how big space is?
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>>149250550
life evolves fast when able. it took only 800 million years for it to do so on earth
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ayy lmaos better be bipeds and with hole for my dick fit in
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>>149249694
>"I have faith"
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>>149251375
tfw aliens won't even fuck you
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>>149251404
>fuck ayy
>literally melt on the spot because space condoms don't exist yet
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>>149251347
While this is true, intelligence isn't a guaranteed. Our planet has survived multiple extinction events that also enabled mammals to be a thing, as well as be a dominant life form.

There's a lot of special circumstances for intelligent life in an already extremely special circumstances for life to exist in any relevant form
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>>149251404
>implying I need an ayys consent
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>>149251431
>fuck an ayy
>your semen causes it to erupt in a horrible allergic reaction comparable to Chernobyl shit
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>>149249843
retard
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>>149249694
There is space and planets for a billion trillion miles in all directions. Assuming some shitty microb living on one of these rockes is at least possible because it has happened here. We have no indication all powerful magical beings exists on any level except fictional ones.
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>>149251375
>tfw no pixie cut Nordic gf with big cow eyes, gumdrop nips, and ginger bush/pits to gently extract your vital fluids via cowgirl while white noise plays from her palms against your ears
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>>149251157
holy fucking hell you are stupid.

>>149250462
this one was an admitted fake.

>>149251157
someone in ITALY? SPEAKING LATIN? OH HOLY FUCK STOP THE PRESSES.

they're fake retard. Anyone with some string and a plank of wood can make them.
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>>149250430
Finger tips started bleeding and sloughing off after a while, need a better source than smoke detectors.

>>149250753
I dot recommend it but Crowley made contact through satanic rituals
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>>149250376
You can take a particle phyisics course anon it is not too hard also
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>>149251769
>t.
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>>149251157
Am I a pussy or does anyone else find this fucking terrifying
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>>149249127
Don't worry, we'll have other concerns when we meet the ayys.
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>>149251909
Now, I will eat your bugs
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>>149249657
wow what a cool and real map of the actual universe. I love science!
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>>149251879
looked into this shit 15 years ago. it's math memers playing pranks on brainlets for nerd clout.
They do good art though.
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Anyone has that comic with the ayy and the owl
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>>149251909
no fuck you and ur creepy gene-splicer shit

mankind invicta, xenocide now
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>>149250551
>20 years old
>pair bonded
>expecting a child
>none of them are overweight
I can't even believe this shit, did we really expect some alien to buy it!?
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>>149251930
>bugs
If you're lucky.
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>>149249352
Watch Vsauce video on this matter, pretty cool. Also expectation is the alien will decipher it, you cant just type words for them to read.
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Or they attack us for deliberately wasting their time with bullshit information.
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>>149249721
>Basically it's the something that destroys every intelligent race before they become galaxy-spanning civilizations.
Isn't that the plot of TTGL?
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>>149249382
>We're probably the first intelligent life in space
theres no base for this assumption yet
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>>149251157
anon, you DO know crop circles are created by people as a lark, right?
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>>149251975
Damn, I though this was real for a really long time
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>>149250551
>160cm
>tfw 30cm taller than a human
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>>149249767
I reckon everything that becomes so advanced just destroys itself long long before making the technological advancements necessary for serious space travel
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>>149252080
It's true until proved otherwise.
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we travel, alone
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>>149252080
Considering how long it took us to reach this stage and no sign of other similar lifeforms yes, we are the first intelligent life in this universe.
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>>149252210
But how will you get the Sun to move?
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>>149252217
>this monkey thinks we’re intelligent
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>>149252259
We are, compared to other lifeforms which are literal bacteria or wild animals we are gods. Just because chinks, niggers and indians exist doesn't mean we as a species are dumb.
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>>149252217
>we are the first intelligent life in this universe
we cant observe even a fraction of the entire universe. Also "how long" it took us is relative. Could be long, could be very short. We just have no reference at all. Just making assumptions based on nothing doesnt lead to a conclusion.
>>149252152
yes but meaningsless at this stage
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>>149252210
We sail through endless skies
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>>149249275
Welp pack it up space is cancelled
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>>149252145
Seems quite likely, over the last century we came pretty close multiple times to sending our species back to the medieval period just with nukes, which in the grand scheme of things are pretty primitive compared to stuff like general AI, autonomous weapons, nanotechnology and engineered life.

I think people underestimate how hard it'd be to "bounce back" from even a non-extinction event. Even being put back to a medieval level of society and general technology would be disasterous. Yes some of our modern technology and learning would be preserved but would we ever be able to go through the industrial revolution again on a large scale, even knowing what a steam engine is already?

Pretty much all the easily accessible coal and oil deposits have already been tapped and a lower technology society wouldn't be able to access the ones we currently do to get started. Even things like huge tracts of the best farmland currently being kept fertile using enormous amounts of fertilizer would be a block or delay to development. Without that fertilizer, it could take decades or a century or more for some of Earth's best farming territory to be viable for a low technology culture to live off in any significant numbers.
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>>149252121
>The rest is silence...
How can a show based on selling toys to children be so good?
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>>149249531
It's Marxism
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>>149252210
it's been a long time
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>>149252247
The sun is in orbit around the center of the galaxy, the galaxy is in orbit around the neighboring galaxies, etc.
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Maybe I should carve on a disk as well, depicting myself as a ruler, then bury it.
When we, as a specie, are gone, aliens will dig it up and put me in their knowledge archives.
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>>149252335
Already happened.
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>>149251769
>149250462
>>149252116
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>>149252389
So you're saying we should wait billions of years for our galaxy to move a tiny bit instead of setting out ourselves?
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>>149249694
>there is direct proof of God's existence, but the government is covering it up
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>>149252502

It's a phenomenon that's been going on since the 19th century.

http://www.davidpratt.info/cropcirc1.htm
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>>149249352
>I'm a human
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>>149252319
>Just making assumptions based on nothing doesnt lead to a conclusion.
that is literally how science as a discipline began and advanced you absolute slope
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>>149252318
>compared to...wild animals we are gods
>"because humans are good at the narrow range of things humans decide are intelligent, we're smart"
lewl, how naively homocentric
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>>149250549
>no your mom's vagene at the end
Such a waste.
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>>149250462
>>149250554
>>149250625
>>149252447
>>149252447
>>149252478

do you know whats more impressive than patterns in wheat

the camera used to take the picture
the drone or helicopter used
the internet the picture was uploaded to
the computer you are viewing it with


alas humans could never fold wheat, the just use giant machines to harvest and turn it into thousands of foods
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>/tv/ has better /x/ threads than /x/
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>>149252664
not true. name one theory that was made on the basis of nothing.
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>>149252806
This is an /x/ thread to you?
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>>149252744
goddamn monke is good with memorization and sequence
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>>149252825
>ayys and crop circles
Yes?
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Nothing unusual going on, please look right here.
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i'll never understand how so many smarty pants science cunts okayed this and let it happen, if their own assumptions about the intelligence of these alien species are correct enough for them to have travelled this far and deciphered it, you literally just drew a map for them and gave them enough examples of human culture to infiltrate our far less advanced and weaker civilisation.
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>>149252852
I fucking hate Neuralyzers
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>>149251256
why was this image made lol
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>>149251077
just use AYYggle
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>>149252851
that's facebook tier
i don't see any schizo shit, demonology, alien leaks, LARP, ARG, tarot, future-seeing or all of that
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>>149252842
I now all 151 pokemon
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>>149252924
The schizoshit made that board borderline unusable
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>>149252744
it's called anthropocentric nigger
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>>149249203
Ah, based?
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>>149252926
>151
30 year old boomer detected
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>>149252744
A human would be able to do the same thing if it was trapped and rewarded for doing the same memorization patterns over and over again. Not saying there's no intelligent animals but this is as far as it can go. It has been trained and guided by us(humans) and would never do this on it's own.
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>>149252819
gender theory
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>>149253016
Synonymous.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/homocentric
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>>149253046
Wrong, the average chimp has superior short term visual memory
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>>149253016
Your love life is homocentric
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>>149252842
you could learn this shit in five minutes too if it was your only chance to get banan
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>>149249531
Niggers/Jews/women will keep us from our future in the stars
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>>149250549
why did you cut the webm right before it showed your mom's ass?
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>>149251070
>Maybe the basic course of competitive evolution follows a similar pattern everywhere else in space too.
theanarchistlibrary.org/library/ted-kaczynski-why-the-technological-system-will-destroy-itself
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>>149249531
>or something happens to advanced civilizations which prevents them from spreading through space.
>tfw were in the gurren lagann timeline
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it's time to cringepost
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>>149252379
IT'S BEEN A LONG ROAD
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I'm curious about the reaction of the average hss on beings from another planet. How would you guys react? With too much animosity or would you be welcoming?
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>>149254210
Why would anyone travel with speed of light? Faster than light speed, now this is the shit.
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>>149253046
they have tried that
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>>149250395
The paradox is silly because of the life is 'common' assumption
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>>149253046
they aren't trapped - it's a voluntary exercise they can perform to get treats - and their memory, at least as far as it applies to keeping sequences in order spatially, is much, much stronger than ours
a human being would only be able to do the same thing if there was something exceptional about its brain structure. eidetic memory or some kim peek-tangential shit.

the person who's performing those tests suggests that we traded that sort of memory for language at some point in our evolution
in plenty of ways, our brains are inferior to other animals' brains
it's just that in the ways that matter to us, they're exceedingly superior
we aren't the only species with some form of language or tool use, but we have the most impressive language and tool use and that's most of what sets us apart from anything else

we definitely don't have the best memory, or the best reaction time, or plenty of other metrics, but none of that matters when we can make a gun and teach each other how to use it and recreate it
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>>149253046
No it’s because we’re different animals. There is an explanation which I can’t be bothered to type out, read into it. A human simply cannot physically do this
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I fapped to the Pioneer plaque because it has naked people
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>here is where we are please come blow us up daddy uwu
NASA is a cuck
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>>149249127
>>pulsar map is incorrect
no
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>>149249220
WHOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA MANDELA EFFECT I'M GOING INSAAAAAAAAAAAAAANE!!!!!
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>>149250625
why would we send aliens their own height? wtf is this
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>>149249767
fermi paradox is probably nonsense - the universe is incredibly vast and we probably just haven't seen any advanced life yet. no doubt it's out there.

the great filter thing is probably true. i reckon its going from organic molecules to cells, or going from single-celled to multicelled. one of those imo is the great filter, or they are both filters.
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>>149249180
There are A LOT more pulsars than we thought - this is like pointing at a clump of trees in the entirety of the worlds forests
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>>149249694
They always do this
>hurr le relejun is stupid
>I believe that quantum fluctuation create gorillions of parallel universes every femtosecond
>t. Sean Carroll
they also believe that men can transmogrify into women through sheer willpower. Really makes Jesus walking on water seem quite reasonable in comparison.
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>>149254776
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve fapped to the moon landing. I try to bust at “ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND”. I made an edit that plays spranch zarathrusta that lines up with it

duuuun duuuuuuuun DADAAAAAAH

BOM bom BOM bom BOM
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how many humans do you think can figure out all these symbols?
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one day aliens will arrive on this planet and wipe out every single man
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>>149255555
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>>149249497
>the universe is too old for that
Aren't we actually in a fairly young stage for the universe? Like it isn't even 1/4 of the way through its entire lifespan right now?
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>>149255560
Everyone that had physics in university for a year or more. So Basically all physics students and graduates. Probably the more scientific Computer Science courses as well. MIT engineering courses etc.

I'd think that would be around 2% of global population that could decode it. Considering we aren't individuals but live in a society and we all build off of each other's strengths and specializations I think it's reasonable to assume whatever species would receive it could still manage to decode it.
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>>149255620
Good thing I'm a married man!
Haha alright, I'll be here all week, folks! Don't forget to tip your waitresses!
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>>149250452
Suspiciously easy.
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>>149249962
Or maybe we are the descendants of a self-replicating probe that crashed on earth billions of years ago.
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>>149252926
Me and my friend actually did that back then, memorizing all 151
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>>149251003
Hah, did you hear that Tone? I said Giny Sack got a 90 lb mole on her ass, could fit infinite information on that fat fucking ass of hers thus proving the holographic theory and universal determinism.
Heh heh.
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>>149249352
>I'm a human
Humans don't say things like that...
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>>149255641
The universe is exactly 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000468% through its lifespan. It's insane how young the universe is. It's no wonder it's still empty. One species had to be the first technological one after all. It's no surprise we are the first if you look at insanely early we are.
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>>149256148
im thinking that unironically we are gonna create AYs. still, definitely knowing we are gonna be the first would solve a lot of dilemmas.
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>>149249971
Agreed
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>>149249531
faggot just played mass effect and thinks he's hot shit
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>>149249694
Nobody claims to know Aliens exist, just that there is a chance they might.
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>>149249352
t. the Thing
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>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6zulqXLPUw
why is space so inherently KINO?
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>>149249127
Good. I don't want any space-fairing species to know the location of our planet. This is great news assuming OP isn't a lying faggot.
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>>149256148
Yes indeed it's still ridiculously young in a cosmic scale, after all earth is around 4 billion years old meaning it was formed before the universe was 10 billion.
But still, hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy, you can assume there can be quite a lot of arrangements of exoplanets. And even if there is nothing else in our galaxy, there as literally an uncountable number of galaxies half as small as our own, and up to a hundred times larger than our own (comes with extra radiation starter pack)
And that's without looking past the observation point, that is around dozens of light years away. That's a fuckton of possibility for a baby universe
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>>149256566
>dozens of light years away.
meant dozens of billions of light years
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>>149249127
>>pulsar map is incorrect
that is your issue with it?
not how in the living fuck will aliens ever be able to interpret it the same way humans do
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>>149249352
That's why we wouldn't ask you for help if we were ever to find such a disk. Thank you for your contribution though.
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>>149256637
It isn't that complicated and depicts things that are universal constants. If aliens see the disc and pull it into their ship to have a look at it, that means they have some sense of want for exploration and discovery, which puts them on track to being pretty close to us in mentality. Even if the aliens didn't have eyes to see the disc with, its safe to assume that a hyper advanced starfaring civilization would have the sensory equipment to study it.
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>>149256637
It portrays 14 pulars when there are over a billion in the milky way - we just didnt know that.

The disc shows you the frequency of the pulsar spin relative to earth, timed to the spin of a hyrdogen atoms electron (which is on the right). If you know the frequency of the pulsar spin you can identify the pulsar - the problem is its 14 out of a billion+ and they change over time
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didn't that probe that hit the absolute limit of the sun's gravity either explode or the friction from actually leaving it caused an unbelievable heat spike we couldn't survive?
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>>149249531
>the great filter
Sucker Punch anon
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>>149255641
>>149256148
Nigger the oldest the universe is, the more scattered everything will be, and HARDER to find ayys
If anything, It being young is the optimal time to space travel
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>>149249127
Why did they put the flag of Japan on it?
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>>149256566
The major issue is that due to the accelerating expansion of the universe, the observable universe will be nothing but the Milky Way/Andromeda hybrid galaxy within 100 billion years. The observable universe is currently 93 billion light years in diameter, even if we saw a civilization in a different galaxy today, it would effectively leave our universe before we could ever travel to it, even at light speed.

Most of the lifetime of the universe will be extremely lonely. If life isn't elsewhere in our own galaxy, it might as well not be there.
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>>149249721
>even used reddit posting for his garbage reddit euphoria
Fuck off retard
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>>149257078
>14
15
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>>149249403
Only high IQs can read it so it excludes retards like you.
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>>149257230
>>149257162
We better start working on ftl travel then
That's something that really grinds my gears
It's like, purposely selective dreams
>Even if there are ayys, we can't reach it!
>Going to the extent of believing in ayys, but somehow not wanting to believe in ftl travel
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>>149249492
I don't think you guys understand how massive the distance between stars is. It is moving nowhere near fast enough to do anything other than maybe go to a close system in thousands of years if it is not destroyed by space dust in the Oort Cloud first
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>>149257239
>Doesn't know what reddit spacing is
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>>149257230
>>149257162
Yeah but intergalactic travel might as well be pure fiction as far as we're concerned
besides before every galaxies scatter, the closest ones/ones with heaviest pull will get together so you'll have many more superclusters
and i'm pretty sure no matter how much time you have in the universe you'll never explore a simple galaxy cluster entirely
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>>149254210
>Launch an RKV at the primitives in the next system over after detecting their radio signals
>Half a dozen other species detect the burn of whatever ungodly engine you're using to accelerate this thing, not only telling them exactly where you are but also that you're xenocidal enough to launch RKVs without provocation
Yeah, seems like a great way to ensure your species' survival.
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>>149257230
*folds paper*
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>>149251204
> others viewed the figures as "terribly racist" for "the apparently blatant exclusion" of other races
No they didn't. Why does nobody tell these people to shut the fuck up and that nobody even believes they care themselves.
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>>149257390
hence the "if it ever crashes on anything"
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>>149257300
The 15th line is the galactic center
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>>149249127
if i can't understand this then how is an alien supposed to?
map of the stars? there isn't even a scale, i've only been orienteering a few time but i know you need a scale to say how big things on a map are, angles would help too.
yeah for real aliens will look at this and think wow, these guys are fuckign retarded lets enslave them and do you know what they would be right.
imaine if god was alive to see this, head in his hands for one thing.
oh i can't post mp4 on cuckchan sorry
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>>149251109
>their blood is aqua regia
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>>149257078
Sort of irrelevant any since it'll be tens of thousands of years before any of these probes even reach the equivalent distance of Alpha Proxima and we're already pretty sure none of our nearby stars harbor intelligent life.

The only people who are going to find these things will already be on top of us. Like worrying the directions you wrote down to help people find your house weren't clear enough, when all you've done is pin them to your front door.
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>>149251109
but that's wrong you fucking retard
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>>149257616
>Guy who doesn't know how to capitalize sentences is also mentally retarded
Shocking
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>>149252924
all those things you listed are the cancer that killed /x/ and the latter half is literally tumblrinashit
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>>149249505
it do be like that
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>>149257657
Well theoretically our next probes will outpace it and give better directions - or we set up a beacon
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>>149257744
What the fuck was /x/ for if not for that kind of garbage? It was always about nonsensical shit from the start. I should know, I've been shitposting there from the very beginning.
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>>149257833
>onision is le vampyre an only de nobuddy can stobs him :DD
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>>149257833
2016 brought a lot of a boomer schizos to 4chan that never left.
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>>149257833
no you haven't
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>>149249505
>Due to copyright restrictions, only a subset of the images on the Golden Record are displayed above

>All of these images are copyright protected. Reproduction without permission of the copyright holder is prohibited.

They made the fucking disk but they can't show us everything that's on it? What kind of copyright bullshit is this?! And how convenient they hid the anatomy stuff too. I swear to god I will not show mercy to the jews that keep ruining our civilization.
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>>149257714
ok big man explain the gold disk then no cheating i bet you can't explain two parts
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>>149257908
A thread about Onision possibly being an unstoppable vampire actually sounds a lot more entertaining then constant gang stalking threads by schizoids.
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>>149257368
It's not about accepting life in the universe, it's acceptance of the futility of interacting with anything beyond a certain distance from us. The same statement could just as easily be applied to the galaxies themselves, it's got nothing to whether you accept life or not.

Also we have pretty solid empirical evidence for life existing, but none for FTL. I don't completely exclude the possibility of FTL, but it seems unlikely given how the universe is constructed.
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>296 posts

this thread was never /tv/ related . wtf jannybros
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>>149257975
the photographer/agency that owns the photos are probably massive cunts. It's like having to pay National Geographic or gettyimages to use their shit in your own work.
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>>149257913
Throughout the thousands of threads that the Q schizos spammed here, they never once went to /x/ even if that board is literally made for such topics and even after a mod and then the fucking manager told them to fuck off there before transferring their general over to /x/

No. They just *had* to be on /pol/ for some reason.
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>>149255432
But pointing out the 7 tallest/most visible trees would make sense.
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>>149257990
not him but the circles look like our orbit and solar systems size, the squiggles I assume are the frequencies of sound and light we can pick up and then the spikes are the pulsar map
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>>149257230
Not if it's in the andromeda galaxy. That shit is coming for us.
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>>149258078
They aren't.
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>>149258035
get the fuck back to retarddit you worthless control freak cocksucker
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>>149258133
Guess I need to start reading astronomy mags again.
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>>149258049
Q posting is cancer but it's pretty clear you came over here at the same time. /pol/ used to have a wide variety of topics, if it had the moderation it does now you would have never even come to 4chan because nobody would have used the board.
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>>149257975
>First thing the aliens get when they step off their UFO to make contact with us is a Cease and Desist letter
kek
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>>149251879
The alien is Xenu, he was imprisoned for enslavement and genocide.
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>>149258201
to add to this I suspect the reason it was done was to create the limbo for a lot of topics we have now where the jannies can perpetually say a topic either belongs on /pol/ or on a different board and it just ends up getting deleted everywhere
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>>149257657
Yeah that's sort of the inherent problem with space. One of my favorite comics, the original Guardians of the Galaxy series, is exactly that same thing. They prepared this one man, Vance Astro, with special surgery, genetic changes to his body, etc. so he could survive 1000 years cryogenically frozen in a space pod so he could be launched out into the void and reach Alpha Centauri.

And then, 1000 years later he wakes up and lands there, except humans discovered light speed centuries ago and beat him there and colonized it, and it completely ruined his whole life.
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> not realizing that we live in a simulation and the alien race (we) are so advanced, that we create reality itself
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>>149257401
>Yeah but intergalactic travel might as well be pure fiction as far as we're concerned
I think most things about moving any sort of distance in space will end up being relegated to fiction. Even with ttech that can cover trillions of AUs in seconds, you're talking about pulling a trigger and maybe, if you're lucky, hitting a target years, maybe decades later.
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>>149258376
What dicks, they couldn't have picked him up half way and given him a lift?
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>>149258201
I'm on /pol/ since it was /new/, projecting redditor
/pol/ was never like this until pic related appeared in 2016 which was the predecessor of Q, and this specific pic was a literal marketing campaign exhibiting the exact same themes that Qposting does
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>>149258540
No, they threw a big celebration when he got there, he was considered a hero and shit, but obviously to him it was meaningless.

To make matters worse, he had to be chemically and geneitcally altered so that he could survive cryo and in non-Earth atmospheres, but as a result Oxygen would react so violently with his skin that he had to be permanently sealed inside a skintight suit so he didn't die.

Obviously that part was mostly a convenience for the comic, but still it's fucked up.
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>>149254776
Why didn't they put actual pics of nude people? I'd volounteer for that
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>>149252416
>skinny crippled children
>complaining about exploration
>muh hunger
>mother is a fat fuck
hilarous
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>>149258631
why do you guys always lie?
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>>149249657
Fuck I gotta book it ASAP, anyone know any flights off-galsctic cluster?
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>>149258778
What am I lying about? Not my fault you're too new to know what BSE was and to make the very obvious correlation to Q which, by the way, appeared just a few months later.
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>>149258923
I already called Q retarded and it's pretty clear that's not what I'm talking about you obsessed astroturfer
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>comfy thread ruined by trannies crying about /pol/ and media endorsed bogyman Q
Good one dickheads, go dilate and leave this site.
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>>149259653
YWNHS



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