I don't really understand why you think the search for intelligent life outside of Homo sapiens means globalism, environmentalism, and atheism. You do have a point on government spending though. Sulgran 04:53, 14 April 2007 (EDT)
- Because aliens aren't mentioned in the Bible, so they don't exist. I mean, DUH. (Ignore the fact that germs, subatomic particles, and any planets further out than Saturn aren't mentioned in the Bible, either.)
- And what's so evil about wanting NOT to trash the planet? It isn't like we've got a spare in the trunk. --BobD 04:58, 14 April 2007 (EDT)
And by the way, the SETI program, over 14 years of government funding, only got about 600 million dollars, total.  I suspect the FBI spends more than that on paperclips every year. --BobD 05:32, 14 April 2007 (EDT)
The first people that Hitler put in concentration camps were liberals and communists. This is a true fact - neither conservative nor liberal.
Extraterrestrial life must exist?
First of all, since when are extraterrestrials a "liberal falsehood"? I can understand claiming that they don't exist (although no conclusive evidence in support of any camp on the issue has been proffered), and that they are thus a "falsehood", but liberal? In addition, who has made the claim that such life must exist? --Hacker
(Write some code) 08:40, 14 April 2007 (EDT)