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  1. Subscriber ogb
    15 Oct '17 14:11
    every night I look up to possibly detect any Alien presence. What do you see?
  2. 15 Oct '17 14:16
    Originally posted by @ogb
    every night I look up to possibly detect any Alien presence. What do you see?
    On cloudy nights? Not much.

    Clear night? I see stars.

    Simetimes I look for the big and little dipper.

    Usually I just look at the moon to see what stage it is in. The really cool moons are the ones with rings around them.

    Nothing better than walking around after a decent snow followed by a full moon. But then I'm not looking into the sky, but my well lit frozen surroundings.
  3. Subscriber venda
    Dave
    15 Oct '17 14:51
    Originally posted by @ogb
    every night I look up to possibly detect any Alien presence. What do you see?
    It depends on the time of year and where I am in the world.
    Howerver, I might add your chances of detecting an alien presence are in my opinion extremely unlikely.
    In a similar vein, considering all the various life forms on this small insignificant planet, is it not highlly unlikely that a life form from a different part of the universe would have 2 arms, two legs etc as depicted in the supposed sightings of aliens?.
    I think that if alien sightings are true the only explanation is human time travellers from the future.I am familiar with the "grandma paradox"
  4. Subscriber ogb
    15 Oct '17 16:10
    Originally posted by @venda
    It depends on the time of year and where I am in the world.
    Howerver, I might add your chances of detecting an alien presence are in my opinion extremely unlikely.
    In a similar vein, considering all the various life forms on this small insignificant planet, is it not highlly unlikely that a life form from a different part of the universe would have 2 arms, ...[text shortened]... ly explanation is human time travellers from the future.I am familiar with the "grandma paradox"
    let's make that "grandpa" instead..it's not nice to kill your grandmother..
  5. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    15 Oct '17 17:18
    Originally posted by @ogb
    let's make that "grandpa" instead..it's not nice to kill your grandmother..
    I see you recently joined, welcome to RHP and I also see you are a pretty strong player. Do or did you have a club rating? FIDE, USCF, ELO?