hello...hella stoned. I tried to simplify this.but please read it b/c i've done my homework and I know what I'm talking about.. it's not too long

k..heres 4 reasons why Aliens surely exist...1. The Hubble telescope has detected light from 47 billion light years away. 1 light-year= 9.5 trillion miles (remember, light-year is a measure of distance, not time). So we know the Universe is beyond comprehension really... as far as we can tell the Universe is infinite...

ok 2. Our Milky way Galaxy has 400 billion stars just like our sun. around 200 billion have 7-13 planets caught in their gravitational pull. thats a lot of fucking stars. and alotta planets folks...also the milky way galaxy is one of trillions upon trillions upon trillions of galaxies in the observable Universe (conservative estimate)

3. but for now we'll stay in our own galaxy because other galaxies are impossibly far away and even at the speed of light it would take thousands of human life times to travel there. So wayyy out in OUR galaxy Cosmologists and Astronomers detect the fundamental atomic particles that build us. That is Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen blah blah.......... So out of 10 trillion planets, you're telling me that WE human beings, and alllllll life that has evolved on planet Earth, are the only forms of life in this fucking monstrously large, unexplicably diverse, infinite Universe?
...i hope not. for one, thats a huge waste of space...and two, so fucking boring. they probably have some legit alien buds lol ..but for real thoooo ...come on.....believe it...and we'll never reach them because they're simply too far away.....

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Mon, 11/22/2010 - 1:05pm

Hey thankyou and heres my theory and I find it to be very logical. All INTELLIGENT life, not animals and shit, but all forms of intelligence out there (most likely humans just like us wondering the same questions) have a common characteristic that is true across the universe. that is that all intelligent life eventually gets so advanced that they destroy themselves. think about it. On the cosmic timeline, humans have only been here for a trillionth of a second guys...and out of that 160,000 years the homo sapien has been around, only the last 50 years have we started to explore the universe....so basically there are trillions of civilizations on planets just like us, maybe a bit more advanced, maybe more primitive, but they exist. And there is no way we will ever make contact due to the Sheer distance..there's probably some people on another planet smoking weed and wondering the same things we are. in fact I bet theres an uncountable number of civilizations..infinite...

Mon, 11/22/2010 - 6:45pm
happydaZe Says:

alright man i dont think my mind can honostly handle you blowing it one more time lol

my name is peace this is my hour can i get just a little bit of power?

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 3:32pm
wATEVERmAn Says:
Fri, 09/05/2014 - 12:41am

1. There is life on earth that is not carbon based, this goes to show that life could potentially come from anything, we say life formed in this specific way yet there is life that can survive in the vacuum of space. Life is more diverse than we could imagine, life is the universe's purpose, the reason we experience anything is because the universe needs a way to experience itself.

2. Aliens most certainly exist, not even so far away, I bet we will find life on an asteroid, not some intelligent being (but why not?) but some tiny organism that doesn't even have DNA. Why could there not be flying jellyfish-like life on Jupiter? or an intelligent species nearby?

3. I disagree when you say that we cannot reach them, EVERYTHING in this fucking universe is possible. What if you could use gravity to warp space-time to make a bridge between two locations instantaneously? What if time can be stopped or traveled? This would enable travel at any distance instantly. Never say something is impossible, you can't tell me there is something stopping me from using my brainwaves to change the atoms in the air to form an apple. this IS the matrix and everything can be manipulated.
4. Thinking that humans are the ideal evolutionary product is straight-out ignorant, we are fragile beings prone to distraction, violence, and so much negativity; the reason aliens haven't made it clear that they are here is because they don't want us to freak out and let nuclear radiation emanate into space. We are a dangerous warmongering civilization who intelligent peaceful aliens wouldn't try to get into touch with, they probably try to help our governments but we probably don't want their advice.

6. This website fucking died lol

Fri, 09/05/2014 - 10:35pm
meggers Says:
Wed, 09/03/2014 - 8:41am

I had this highdea a while back staring at the stars. As far as we can tell space is "infinite" so if we think about the possibility of aliens existing or there being another hospitable planet in terms of statistics then it is undoubtedly possible. Even if you talk about something completely abstract like a parallel universe where Oprah rules the world. If the percent chance is any number >0 and space is "infinite" than the possibilities are truly infinite.

Wed, 09/03/2014 - 12:02pm

How can you group "animals" and "shit" together, you share a common ancestor with every living thing on this planet. That fish you think is so un-intelligent is the son of your father.

Thu, 10/09/2014 - 5:27pm

I'm imagining that UFOs are the vessels of time-travelers and they're just checking out wether we're living in the universe where we don't blow earth to shit and spread life to all of the universe because earth is the first incarnaction of sentience there is in this dimension.

Sun, 10/12/2014 - 9:45pm
exist Says:

Actually dude evolutionarily speaking you would get closer to goodness and the light as time passed. For as a species collectivley evolves that get higher and higher in consciousness as a whole. Please look up "The Galactic Federation of Light", there are only about 5 races of negative ETs. There are about 200,000 positivley evolved beings in this galaxy alone, they are much more advanced than the negative ones. They set up something called the "Galactic Federation" some 4.5 billon years ago in this planet to help preserve the evolution and saftey of the Galaxy from exploitment of dark forces. I see there star ships every night I pay attention, they look like stars but they are not, I have seen some crazy shit. The other day I even got perfect undeniable evidence of one recorded.. Anyways they are observing and at this time setting a barrier for Earth in this Solar system but they started making more and more influence since 2012 to Earth. They are assisting as much as they can without interfering with our free will, or evolution. They are setting a safe surrounding for us to finish ascending into the light and to be integrated into the galactic society. All you see going on in the world right now, all this "World War III" Nonesense will not happen. I say within this lifetime you are going to see many major changes for the better. What happening at this time is an end in the old energetic problems. They are problems that have been there for time, notice issues such as Israel and palestine, US- Middle East, Ukrane-Russia, and others is just the peak of those vibrations. Ebola, all this is the last attempt of the dark ones that have had so many of us blinded by darkness for so long as the Earth CANNOT, and WILLNOT house these vibrations anymore as it has already moved up in vibrational frequency. It has already reached criticacl mass level where eople want some sort of change, everyone knows a change is coming as a result of the collective unconcious becoming more aware. I think almost every person has some sense that something is going to change or happen on this Earth as a result and it leads to fear and further negative energies which are not necesary. If the ETs coult theyd just come down here and reveal themselfs and take out all the dark ones like a snap today but they cannot do that . The dark ones are constricted at this point as much as they can while also still having some free will. As one major universal law is that of free will. They have sent many incarnations starting in the 1970s, and in 90s began to increase more and more in the frequency of incarnations they sent. There are millions on this Earth at this time, some awakenend, some unawakened, all assisting on this Earth at this time wheather they realize it or not. I am one of them they are called "Starseeds" i reccomend looking this up. I have left my body before and talked to them. This is one of the methods they can assist in the enlightenment and ascension into the light of humanity. But they must agree to the same terms as any incarnation on Earth, and the desity of the 3rd dimension, and forget who they are and come into a body completley naked from a motther.. At soe point in life though these Starseeds will have soe sort of awakening, wheather its themselfs that figures it out, or someone else that tells them. Look I know this may sound crazy but do your research and look up reports, look up channelings, some of theese channels are infact legit and can truley connect to these higher beings and get the right information. Some are not however, always listen to your heart when it comes to this type of information on what is truth. But I have done my research on many different sources including my own personal experience to conclude this to me. I am simply sharing this information to you. Once it reaches critical mass of people becoming aware of them they will come down. But only when we are ready. We must learn love. Love is literally the key to solve all world problems and go to a higher state in cosmic evolution as a whole species.

Fri, 11/21/2014 - 9:29pm
TenaciousD Says:
Mon, 11/22/2010 - 2:29am
happydaZe Says:

well your highdea was the first one ive ever hit read more on and it was totally worth it and do you think that these "aliens" arent some wierd never before seen creature and just advanced human societies? thats what i think or maybe there even people from the future who have discovered time travel thats pushin it but its all very possible

my name is peace this is my hour can i get just a little bit of power?

Mon, 11/22/2010 - 3:04am
Mon, 11/22/2010 - 2:32am
Tree916z Says:

So right my friend. Their is believed to be numbers of parallel universes. A parallel you walking around smoking (maybe not?) in your parallel world.

Mon, 11/22/2010 - 2:41am

i totally agree. to me, its purely ignorant to say theres no other forms of life out in space. how can we say there's no life when we only know about a minute part of the universe?

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 3:31pm
bakayurei Says:

because we only know a minute part of the universe.. well that's no reason to fall on the conclusion that there's no life besides earth life, but it's also no reason to fall on the other conclusion

Mon, 11/22/2010 - 10:57pm

This is straight up Buddahful.

Mitch Hedberg's Disciple

Mon, 09/10/2012 - 9:43pm
Wazzutoker Says:

Blah blah blah speculation upon speculation. Do you understand the EXTREMELY rare occurrences that all have to happen in sync in order for life to form?

Sun, 08/31/2014 - 8:31pm

That's what he is trying to say. For every instance of a planet- not just one that can support life (or what we define as life aka organs and brains that can move around)- there is a chance. If life on any given planet is a rare occurrence (say, one in a billion), there is totally enough stars and planets in the known universe (plus what the hell is in the "unknown" universe?!?!) to support that kind of rare chance that you speak of.

Sun, 08/31/2014 - 8:31pm

That's what he is trying to say. For every instance of a planet- not just one that can support life (or what we define as life aka organs and brains that can move around)- there is a chance. If life on any given planet is a rare occurrence (say, one in a billion), there is totally enough stars and planets in the known universe (plus what the hell is in the "unknown" universe?!?!) to support that kind of rare chance that you speak of.

Tue, 09/23/2014 - 8:41am

Even for a gallaxy with only 100 billion planets, if there's a one in a million chance that a planet can fit criteria for producing life (which really, all you need is an atmosphere containing some sort of nontoxic gas.
The gas being highly flamable wont stop it from supporting life though. I mean what is so special about oxygen, an incredibly explosive gas, that makes it so vital to keeping our brains working.. but I digress.) Then that means that there are, just by sticking to the chance, one million planets in that galaxy that produce life. The math should be the only proof you need. Its a totally objective un-biased fact.

Mon, 12/30/2013 - 9:23pm
Rod-o Says:

We are the aliens we think exist...its like those ghost hunting shows where they hear a voice and its actually someone else hearing a voice at the same time in another time period trying to get you to speak louder and identify yourself when thats what you are doing to them through another dimension of time and space.

Mon, 03/31/2014 - 8:22pm
Jordy.Kool Says:
Sun, 09/14/2014 - 4:34am

bruh im wonderin the same thing. like ive thought about everything hes said before but iw as like wait you said 4 things theres only 3 and i sat here waiting ><

Tue, 09/23/2014 - 8:45am

Holy shit I didnt even catch that! Looked up and freaken busted out laughing.

Wed, 08/27/2014 - 12:04pm

What if our galaxy is enclosed by some alien tech and they're keeping us from traveling too far.

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 3:30pm
bakayurei Says:

as far as anyone knows the universe is finite, it may be infinite but infinity doesn't make sense to human minds but apparently there are good reasons for thinking it is so i guess we can assume that's a fact.. even so tho it doesn't prove anything, as far as anyone knows still earth is the only place in the universe that has life.. now we may be wrong about this but we can't conclude anything based on what we don't know, we can't make assumptions about the rest of the universe based on this little bit of it that we've seen, maybe in the end it'll turn out that the creationists have it right (i don't think so but my opinion's not worth anything) .. and alright there's a lot of indirect evidence that there was once life on mars, for example, but that evidence can be interpreted in a number of ways, there's this interpretation, that there was or still is life there, but then there's another interpretation that says that those simple molecules like the kind that living things have to produce just by being alive and that can possibly group together to form living things, maybe they just showed up because they had to under the circumstances that they've come about, like what miller and urey managed to do by setting up conditions like the ones on early earth and early mars, after a while they found a soup of amino acids and nucleic acids but they still had their work cut out for them if they wanted to produce real life.. all anyone knows is that such molecules as amino acids can form spontaneously given the right conditions, and that's as far as human knowledge can take us.. and as for reason, that can't tell us anything about what we don't know, you need the facts first to apply reason to after you know them.. then again tho what do i know, if the experts don't know enough to draw conclusions from then i certainly don't

Sat, 08/30/2014 - 9:47pm

I recently watched a documentary about how people have claimed to be ubducted and they could see where they were going. They all claim they were taken to an alien city in the deepest parts of the ocean..... like not human accessible depths of the ocean. I never thought about that, but I kinda believe it. Huh, welp its certainly possible

Tue, 09/02/2014 - 10:42pm
Tue, 09/02/2014 - 11:35pm
Greenaries Says:



The line "huge waste of space " comes right out of that movie. You should watch it if you haven't already.

Wed, 09/03/2014 - 9:01pm

If aliens are "simply to far away" why are they constantly here? their is a hole in your theory sir. like a big black hole in your theory.

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 4:17am

I've heard a fascinating theory that the aliens that visit us are coming from the oceans. In this thought the so called aliens were really just a different branch of life on earth humans thrive on the land and another higher intelligence lifeform thrived under the extreme pressures of the deep. So their kinda like Atlanteans from Atlantis. And the large spike in sightings that occurred during and after WWII was a result of ships, planes, bodies, debris, dud explosives, etc. Basically all this shit starting dropping out of the sky and there was clearly something going on so they sent scientists up in specialized ships so they could try to see what was going on and study whatever they came across. But they would need to make sure they're protected from the lower pressure of the surface since they live and evolved at the bottom of the sea, like we have to use very specialized equipment to go to the bottom and can only manage to stay for so long maybe they can only stay up here so long. Plus we rarely go down because it's expensive to make the equipment to go down and keep us alive, it's plausible that they have the same issue. Maybe our "aliens" are really our relatives and we can't survive in their environment because the pressure is too great it'd crush us and they can't survive in our environment because the pressure is too much lower and they'd... I guess pop/explode(?) so we only encounter each other rarely due to the great difficulty to reach the other in the first place. I keep losing my train of thought and it's 4:16am so I'm just gonna stop typing now.
P.S. If this is true maybe there is some kind of lifeform below them IN the Earth (mole people or magma men).

Wed, 09/03/2014 - 9:02pm

If aliens are "simply to far away" why are they constantly here? their is a hole in your theory sir. like a big black hole in your theory.

Wed, 09/03/2014 - 9:42pm
Wed, 09/03/2014 - 10:38pm

Dude, you need to smoke more. You only will live to 85-95. Stop wasting your time and enjoy yourself. In the time, traveling at the speed of light, you could get to the nearest planet, you would already be dead. Roll a fattie and shut up.

Thu, 09/04/2014 - 10:10pm

Let's just hope that when Aliens finally either reach us or go public (cus they're already here?!????) that they will come in peace!! Let's hope that we do NOT become taken over by aliens and become they're lab rats!! I hope me or my children don't live to see the day! U should watch Stephen Hawkings Into the Universe about aliens. It's along the lines of what ur saying and it's very interesting!! Love Stephen Hawking!!!!

Fri, 09/05/2014 - 12:55pm

But wait! The plot thickens!
Currently the most accepted idea in theoretical physics about what's behind the big bang spacetime is basically an infinite number of universes. This might be so because black holes might create "folds" in space time and dump their contents into a different universe. If you think about how man black holes have do and will exist in this universe alone then the amount of universes would be infinite, unless there is an unknown structure out there that governs this phenomenon.

Yep, just got done reading Stephen Hawking's The Theory of Everything, and it blew my mind!!!!

Fri, 09/05/2014 - 11:19pm
Luerim Says:

Sentience is relative. Dolphins, elephants, squids, largely alien lifeforms to most those reading this, but they reside on the same planet. They display elements that imply they have more than they are. Life on other planets? Almost a foregone conclusion. Too much evidence life manages in some of the most seemingly inhospitable places on this planet. Another planet? Our probes have looked for apparent signs of life, but putting a sample under a literal microscope is something that's not just tricky, but leads to why space agencies want to put people on the easy target (Mars). If I had money, I'd lay a bet someone would fine some kind of microbial life before I died.

The other side, "Intelligent life". I remain amused that others in my own species are still so... self-centered. Our version of intelligence. There could be a message in the pulsars if you bothered to look at them in the right way. Yeah, radio signals are cheaper, a lantern to look in the right direction, but there's always the "What if". Hard to miss a celestial body, easy to miss an intelligence beaming a radio signal the wrong way.

I think the idea of this site is to think a little outside the box. It was meant as a joke to outsiders, but could be useful in the long run. A thinktank of malcontents. :)

I'm at least amused, and largely intrigued.

Sat, 09/06/2014 - 1:06pm

ok so lately i've been thinking about it this way:

think of the human existence. all of our history of all mankind. earth is what, roughly 4.6 billion years old? and humans have existed here for about 200,000 years or so. so all people on earth, every intelligent being that has ever lived to our knowledge, happened in about 200,000 years. now i'm not gonna say that's not a long time, but relatively it's not. now go back to those trillions upon trillions of galaxies stars and planets and the estimated 13.8 billion years the universe has existed (according to most scientific data), compared to this amount of time, our 200,000 is rather insignificant. now suppose we last another 50,000 (unlikely in my opinion but whatev), that's 250,000 years. every one of us, mankind, here and gone in 250,000 years. a fleeting instant. a blip.

I've been thinking lately of the possibility that other races of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe could happen in such a blip as well. if this is the case, then in great likelihood, two such races may never exist simultaneously.

so while i believe that otherworldly life must exist, including other intelligence, it may be that we will never be able to know for sure.

Mon, 09/08/2014 - 2:28am
Mon, 09/08/2014 - 7:41am
Tue, 09/09/2014 - 10:09pm
MrFeelgood Says:

If you had done your research, you would be mentioning the drake equation, meant to calculate the probability of other life forms in the universe. Is it likely other life forms exist? Hell yes. Is it likely they're actually in our galaxy? Slightly. Is it likely they're intelligent, and would someday be able to communicate with us? Not necessarily, we don't exactly have a lot of data on that. We are, so far as we know, the only creatures intelligent enough to develop interstellar communication. One form of the drake equation accounts for the inevitability of intelligence through evolution, by factoring in the likelihood that a life bearing planet will have had enough time to face the course of evolution without a mass extinction event. But for every form of the equation, one thing has become abundantly clear; if there ARE other life forms, and there likely are, then it is entirely UNLIKELY even if they are intelligent, that they will be able to communicate or even come face to face with us. Considering that even traveling to the nearest star is a trip that could likely take 20,000 years, or even 4 times that... You'd literally have to make a rocket powered by the force of a nuclear bomb to make it any faster than that, and even then the current crew would likely die off before they ever saw orbit. And its entirely UNLIKELY theres life in orbit around the nearest star, or even in our corner of the galaxy.

Thu, 09/18/2014 - 1:10am

*slow claps* The one of the few people here with intelligence. Thank you for mentioning probabilities of alien existence. Saved me the effort from typing a paragraph like that. Bravo! lol

Wed, 09/10/2014 - 2:04am

lol you're so right dude. thats hella crazy….

Fri, 09/12/2014 - 9:33pm

This is the same shit that I think about! glad to see someone shares my ideas! smoke on

Mon, 09/15/2014 - 5:14pm

Just need to thank you. For what?... ive been coming to this site for years just to browse but when i fecided to sign up i was trying to think of a screen name then i cam across this highdea. You said "Hello hella-stoned". I felt like that was my first official greeting. Lol. So thanks to you i have a screen name. Haha.

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 1:54am

How convenient that we some how. aspired on this planet.and the sun is just the perfect distance . what's more remarkable is the fact intelligent life exist at all I find almost the same joy in knowing that we exist as I would in ets . Nevertheless imagine if the universe existed yet no biological form of life existed ? What propose wouldthat serve? anyways my philosophical or theoretical view on this is we may not know of our set purpose but we can for damn sure make one.

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 2:44am
Febel Says:

You really should check facts before you go into hardcore theorizing like this lol. The universe is only ~13.8 billion years old, light can only travel 1 light year per year so, the farthest away light could EVER come from is 13.8 billion light years

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 3:58pm

You are right... With your point. We are probably not alone but our "friends" are just really really really really really, i mean REALLY far away.

Thu, 09/18/2014 - 2:45am
K0nne Says:

dude you should really really really look at this documentary.

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 5:54pm