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    May I just say mike, your A level philosophy essays are very poor
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    (Original post by 2776)
    or take things as true until proven wrong. After all all science is like that.

    Science is a bit like that.
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    or take things as true until proven wrong. After all all science is like that.
    yeah true so could say God exists untill proven not .
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    There must be something out there, no matter what it is, there's something. Whether it's on Pluto, Jupiter or the Moon - something has to be there. It could be an alien, it could be a monster, or it could be an animal :confused:, but there must be something. Although I don't actualyl believe in aliens, I realize that there's some sort of life out there.
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    (Original post by Seer)
    May I just say mike, your A level philosophy essays are very poor
    but they seem to get A's so....
    what r u comparing them too?
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    Say a giant blue tower of soap flavoured muffins, measuring 10billion miles exists, until proven not :P
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    There must be something out there, no matter what it is, there's something. Whether it's on Pluto, Jupiter or the Moon - something has to be there. It could be an alien, it could be a monster, or it could be an animal :confused:, but there must be something. Although I don't actualyl believe in aliens, I realize that there's some sort of life out there.

    Why does there have to be anything?
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    (Original post by 2776)
    or take things as true until proven wrong. After all all science is like that.
    Well, science isn't quite like that. It hasn't been proven that there is no life after death, yet most scientists say death is the end.
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    (Original post by MattG)
    but they seem to get A's so....
    what r u comparing them too?
    I don't need to compare them to anything to see they are poorly written. Please don't say that because an essay achieves an 'A' grade it is necessarily good (well, depends on yuor definition of good).
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    . Although I don't actualyl believe in aliens, I realize that there's some sort of life out there.
    definition of alien is a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its atmosphere so you do believe in aliens
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    (Original post by Ralfskini)
    Why does there have to be anything?
    Because the universe is massive, look at all these planets. There must be something living on them.
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    (Original post by MattG)
    definition of alien is a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its atmosphere so you do believe in aliens
    Hmm, well I don't definately think there's a form of life but, I do. Well, now I'm confused. Yes, then, I am an official believer of...aliens. *cringe*
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    Because the universe is massive, look at all these planets. There must be something living on them.

    But their doesn't have to be life.
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    (Original post by Seer)
    May I just say mike, your A level philosophy essays are very poor
    Oh... thanks, I value your opinion. However, I had a Harvard lecturer complement me on the standard of the essays I sent off to Oxford which are on my site. So, they can't be that bad... just not up to your standard... lol
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    Because the universe is massive, look at all these planets. There must be something living on them.
    What I think Ralf is getting at is the point that the size of the universe only increases the probability of there being alien beings, size in itself doesn't make their existence necessary.
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    There must be something out there, no matter what it is, there's something. Whether it's on Pluto, Jupiter or the Moon - something has to be there. It could be an alien, it could be a monster, or it could be an animal :confused:, but there must be something. Although I don't actualyl believe in aliens, I realize that there's some sort of life out there.
    It will be on a larger scale, our solar system is just one arm of the Milky Way which is just one (small) galaxy in an (probably) infinate universe.
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    (Original post by Seer)
    I don't need to compare them to anything to see they are poorly written. Please don't say that because an essay achieves an 'A' grade it is necessarily good (well, depends on yuor definition of good).
    im not saying an A grade essay is a good essay. but if there is a quota for what an essay must contain and it does that then isnt it "good" in some respect.
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    (Original post by Ralfskini)
    But their doesn't have to be life.
    Well, it's creepy. Would you go to Pluto alone? No? Why? Because you fear of some living creature.
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    (Original post by Seer)
    I don't need to compare them to anything to see they are poorly written. Please don't say that because an essay achieves an 'A' grade it is necessarily good (well, depends on yuor definition of good).
    Which one of the essays are you reffering to?
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    I believe that there is another life form out there, for instance roswell 1973 there was somethin definitely goin on der.
    It also proves it in the quran, that god has not only created humans, there are many other life forms out there.
 
 
 
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