I absolutely believe in aliens.
Of course, you’re welcome to contradict me, but I look at it in terms of probability. Word is that our observable universe is currently about 13.8 billion light years, and that’s just the sphere that we can see. If one light year equates to 9,461,000,000,000 km, saying our universe is big is a massive (bigger-than-our-universe kind of huge) understatement. If a sphere that big doesn’t contain at least SOME kind of life, I’d be baffled.
My lovely friend is an exuberant speaker, loud, emphatic and hilarious. Getting her talking aliens is always entertaining, she truly believes that they’ve been to Earth and have been instrumental in most of mankind’s great accomplishments. The pyramids? Aliens. The Renaissance? Aliens. Stonehenge? Aliens. Personally, I don’t know if I can give extraterrestrial life that much credit, but this story from my friend surprised me with its complete conviction.
Now you’ve heard something like this stuff before, I’m sure. But the part that really got me was listening to a friend of mine tell me about her experience with aliens.
Take it or leave it, but I still believe.
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About Me: My major is Integrated Sciences; I'm integrating physiology and psychology, and completing a minor in kinesiology. The movie 'The Imitation Game' blew my mind, and every piece done by the artist Alex Cherry is spectacular. Also, if you look up the definition of a bookworm, you'll find me.
Integrating Physiology and Neuroscience!
I like hanging out at Tower Beach but you can usually find me studying at Ponderosa even though I don't live there.