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Life Out There

The coolest thing in the world is absolutely knowing if there is life out because I would love to see new life. I would love to get away from this Earth and visit life outside. Maybe they will not be as cruel as the humans besides from the whole “destroy the world” stories. I am sure somewhere there are aliens like E.T. I just don’t want to be surrounded by all the badness of this world of ours. I wish that such a thing couldn’t exist. I wish it could all be taken away and the happily ever after this world receives is knowing that we can live in peace instead of worrying about the next bad guy that is going to strike. I wish we could do impossible things like fly. I want to fly in the sky, but of course, not so high. There are many nonexistent things I am sure we all wish existed. Sometimes it is like we need those things now more than ever. I crave these things when I am sad more than anything else in my life. I just want the negative emotions to go away, and going to life out there would brighten my day and make “traveling” and “seeing new things” fall under a whole new level.


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Kasman wrote on November 23, 2014, 11:22 AM

There may be life elsewhere in the universe - or they may not. Either way the answer will be very profound for humanity. Remember that every single 'bug-eyed monster' you have ever seen was created right here on planet Earth. The reality (if it is ever discovered) may be far more different than we can ever imagine. I for one look forward to it.

Ellis wrote on November 23, 2014, 2:01 PM

If we come across life that is not as advanced as our own we will use them, abuse them, enslave them, disenfranchise them, kill them and even eat them...If an advanced civilization comes across us they will use us, abuse us, enslave us etc....

angelsherry wrote on November 23, 2014, 6:30 PM

What you say is so true, but then again, what do we know what will possibly happen? I just want to see life, nothing more.

angelsherry wrote on November 23, 2014, 6:31 PM

Definitely! This universe is too big for us to think that we are the only life around here. All those galaxies and planets are not just going to stand there. My theory is that they are so far away because they can't reach us.

Kasman wrote on November 23, 2014, 6:43 PM

Ellis - remember that every horror story you have ever read about aliens was written right here on Earth. Real aliens (if they exist) my be utterly incomprehensible to us - and us to them.

Ellis wrote on November 23, 2014, 7:41 PM

Even if they are no more than microbes we will bung them in a test tube and boil them up because we would want to make the incomprehensible...comprehensible. Our history teaches us that...unfortunately..

Glenn wrote on November 23, 2014, 10:00 PM

We are living in a time that is very interesting. With the present technology we now have succeeded at landing a probe on an asteroid. This is the first glimpse at discovering if life on Earth has actually come from somewhere else in the universe.

The things you said bring me to want to say so much. Because I think like you do. I imagine the unimaginable. If you want to imagine things you speak of, you can fantasize about it. Write about it! Write a fiction story about the world you perceive beyond the present world we live in. I'd want to read what you write.

angelsherry wrote on November 24, 2014, 4:22 PM

Hello, you! Thank you so much! I love imagining what is out there that we don't know about. I mean, they say we don't need the answer to all of life's questions, but hey, we can imagine, and that builds up on our creativity. I am currently writing fictional books, because I just love fiction. All of us using our own imaginings and beliefs, we can each create a story with our own voices that reveal our view of a world out there.

Glenn wrote on November 24, 2014, 6:52 PM

That's the sign of a good author. What you said: "we can each create a story with our own voices that reveal our view of a world out there."

angelsherry wrote on November 26, 2014, 1:35 AM

Aw, thank you so much! I think you're a good author too with your writing and commenting. It would be awesome to read some of your stories as well. =)

Feisty56 wrote on December 3, 2014, 6:32 PM

I may be among the few who have little curiosity about life other than on earth. Perhaps it's because I lack imagination or because there are so many questions and issues to be addressed on this globe yet.

Ruby3881 wrote on December 4, 2014, 12:45 AM

I think it's pretty common to feel the desire to escape to something "outside" when life is discouraging here. The thing is, life "out there" could be the same as here - or worse....

angelsherry wrote on December 6, 2014, 3:35 PM

Hey, we're all different individuals, so it is okay to feel our own way. =)

angelsherry wrote on December 6, 2014, 3:37 PM

It is true what you say. I want to see what is out there because I am curious. And plus, it feels like it is the same thing here, and boring. I think whether the same or not, it would be a little bit different anyways. Just a little.

Koalemos wrote on January 5, 2015, 6:53 PM

There is certain to be some form of life on another planet, although whether it is a form that we would recognise as life is less certain.

Louemham wrote on January 13, 2015, 3:06 PM

I really do think that there is life beyond on our earth. There are bound to be similar planets in the universe that can support life.

Nancee14 wrote on March 8, 2015, 4:37 PM

It would indeed be nice if we could take interplanetary trips whenever we wanted to. Not just to visit all the other planets that we know about, but to visit the other unknown ones as well. We might have to do take extra precautions or wear special clothing to adjust to the environments on the other planets, but I still think that it would be worth the trip, because I think that a lot of us would like to have the option of leaving the wickedness of the Earth from time to time.