Has it ever been debated whether extraterstrial beings could be migratory?

towwwdothello 08/09/2018 at 18:40. 4 answers
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If so, would inhabitants found on a new planet have the same flight in returning to their origin?

This raises a whole foreign concept of philosophy unrestricted by known earth accepted norms.

E.T. phoned home?

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4 Answers

USAFisnumber1 08/10/2018 at 10:56.

The only reasons people travel is looking for a better place to live OR to find something they need. What do we have that aliens could possibly need? On the other hand, we have a decent place to live. A few asteroids diverted out beyond Jupiter and they could pretty much wipe us out and come down in a few years and simply take over.

Weasel McWeasel 08/10/2018 at 04:56.

we can't even get past the moon, so the odds of us reaching the next star system are remote at best.

the best argument *against* aliens visiting the earth, is the distances are simply too far for any sort of manned flights. You would need ships capable of supporting GENERATIONAL star travel........ meaning entire generations being born and dying ON the ship, as it covers the distance.

Unless of course, you really invent Warp speed and worm holes and all that.

Grandpa 08/10/2018 at 02:56.

If this is a major concern of yours, you have way too much free time.

jeeper_peeper321 08/10/2018 at 01:56.

highschool physics should tell you instellar space flight just doesn't work.

distances are just to far, with the closest star being over 8 light years away