Zoo hypothesis

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The jafa

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Zoo hypothesis
« on: June 30, 2015, 05:10:56 AM »
This doesnt have much proof to back it up but i have this hypothesis (im not set on it, infact i have many) that the whole planet is the bottom of a giant cage built by an alien race as an
"experiment" a bit like the truman show but for science not entertainment
I hypothesise that this race is trying to study evolving creatures on the plane of earth and after a certain amount of time they reset the experiment eg; extinction of dinosaurs and the great flood as depicted in the story of "noah." i also therorise that the stories of this alien race have been diluted and altered  until now where they are called 'gods' And have sparked religions
(note: this is NOT trying to tell people who belive in a god that it is all false and is wrong, i have nothing against religion, it is just plainly a hypothesis).

Also the it seems odd that if you dig down it becomes unbearably hotand if you walk outwards it becomes unbearibly cold, seems to me like some kind of boundaries.

anyway thanks for reading and please reply sensibly
Im fully aware that i have next to no proof and that i could be completely wrong but as i said;
its just a hypothesis.

Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2015, 02:29:54 PM »
I don't see a question in there.

This should be in the Debate board if you want it discussed. The moderator may move this for you if he shows up again.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2015, 03:24:11 PM »
It's definitely not impossible, but there is no point believing in it unless you have any evidence.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2015, 07:00:46 PM »
Moving to S&AS

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2015, 07:07:46 PM »
I have a hypothesis that the universe was sneezed out by a giant walrus. But it's a hypothesis, like this or FE"T".
FEH is like tying rubber ducks to your car to go across the pacific: it might work, but why not take a better way?

Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2015, 10:33:07 AM »
Absolutely. I fully believe that we're part of a large alien experiment, and we are on a class R6 Zoo Biosphere (planet); and the main reason we haven't found alien-life yet? Because they don't want to be found, as it would ruin their experiment.

Back in 1977 some researchers for SETI discovered an odd signal when searching for possible ET-related interstellar broadcasts. This is now known as the Wow! Signal. There is ample evidence that suggests this signal is of extraterrestrial origin, and that it came from one of the ET's biosphere regulator devices that is situated knew Jupiter in conjunction with the Sagittarius constellation. Independent researchers have noted that the signal is very similar to the frequency of the Hydrogen line, which suggests that it wasn't just some random space occurrence, which further suggests that it was created via an alien device most likely used to stabilize our biosphere's environment. This has all been verified by independent researchers, many of which I know personally.

Irregardless, the strongest evidence for this is the fact that we haven't found alien life yet. The universe being so large; we would have found some ETs by now.

ETs don't want to be found. They perfer to control from the sidelines. They introduce different elements into our world slowly, then they watch how we deal with those elements. 9/11? Probably the ETs, or at least ET mind-control over Arabs which caused them to do it. ISIS? Most likely ET influence as well. Once you start seeing the pattern it's easy to spot when it's happening.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2015, 10:44:04 AM »
Are you high, man? There's absolutely zero evidence that suggests aliens have visited Earth. Even if they were careful, you'd figure they'd leave some evidence behind, right?

Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2015, 10:52:56 AM »
Are you high, man? There's absolutely zero evidence that suggests aliens have visited Earth. Even if they were careful, you'd figure they'd leave some evidence behind, right?

No. They are advanced beyond our wildest imaginings. They would simply zap the evidence out of existence, or simply alter our consciousness at a base level so that we forget about the evidence or so that we're complacent and constantly in denial.

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #8 on: July 01, 2015, 11:38:32 AM »
It's definitely not impossible, but there is no point believing in it unless you have any evidence.

So no point in religion then.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #9 on: July 01, 2015, 02:04:04 PM »
Incorrect use of the word "zoo." The animals know they are being watched, but not us.

I also hypothesize that a giant sky fairy with the wave of his hand made everything, but it's nothing more than a strange cult, three separate cults to be exact.

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #10 on: July 01, 2015, 03:46:06 PM »
Absolutely. I fully believe that we're part of a large alien experiment, and we are on a class R6 Zoo Biosphere (planet); and the main reason we haven't found alien-life yet? Because they don't want to be found, as it would ruin their experiment.

Back in 1977 some researchers for SETI discovered an odd signal when searching for possible ET-related interstellar broadcasts. This is now known as the Wow! Signal. There is ample evidence that suggests this signal is of extraterrestrial origin, and that it came from one of the ET's biosphere regulator devices that is situated knew Jupiter in conjunction with the Sagittarius constellation. Independent researchers have noted that the signal is very similar to the frequency of the Hydrogen line, which suggests that it wasn't just some random space occurrence, which further suggests that it was created via an alien device most likely used to stabilize our biosphere's environment. This has all been verified by independent researchers, many of which I know personally.

Irregardless, the strongest evidence for this is the fact that we haven't found alien life yet. The universe being so large; we would have found some ETs by now.

ETs don't want to be found. They perfer to control from the sidelines. They introduce different elements into our world slowly, then they watch how we deal with those elements. 9/11? Probably the ETs, or at least ET mind-control over Arabs which caused them to do it. ISIS? Most likely ET influence as well. Once you start seeing the pattern it's easy to spot when it's happening.
The universe being large doesn't increase our chances of finding aliens, it increases the chance of them existing. It's still a huge achievement to get to Mars, there could be a teeming metropolis the next planet over and we wouldn't know.
FEH is like tying rubber ducks to your car to go across the pacific: it might work, but why not take a better way?

Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2015, 03:53:40 PM »
That's highly unlikely to be the case. There are certain levels of technological advancement before an experiment becomes too dangerous. We have nuclear weaponry, the technology for primitive time machines exists in this time... Aliens would have pulled a reset and I wouldn't be here, if they existed.

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #12 on: July 01, 2015, 08:58:15 PM »
Are you high, man? There's absolutely zero evidence that suggests aliens have visited Earth. Even if they were careful, you'd figure they'd leave some evidence behind, right?

Are YOU high man, there is so so so much evedince that aliens have visited earth
Aproximatley 83 different species are known to this day
There is probably more evedence of this than flat earth

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #13 on: July 01, 2015, 10:05:59 PM »
That's highly unlikely to be the case. There are certain levels of technological advancement before an experiment becomes too dangerous. We have nuclear weaponry, the technology for primitive time machines exists in this time... Aliens would have pulled a reset and I wouldn't be here, if they existed.

Actually a mass extinction may be due in about 2030 not meaning to alarm

Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #14 on: July 02, 2015, 05:25:19 PM »
That's highly unlikely to be the case. There are certain levels of technological advancement before an experiment becomes too dangerous. We have nuclear weaponry, the technology for primitive time machines exists in this time... Aliens would have pulled a reset and I wouldn't be here, if they existed.

Actually a mass extinction may be due in about 2030 not meaning to alarm

I was born in 2036, I can promise that the world still exists, even if it is in a sorry state.
It should have happened by your present according to this zoo hypothesis.

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2015, 05:52:51 PM »
Are you high, man? There's absolutely zero evidence that suggests aliens have visited Earth. Even if they were careful, you'd figure they'd leave some evidence behind, right?


There is probably more evedence of this than flat earth
Not sayin' much, man.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #16 on: July 06, 2015, 12:17:02 PM »


Back in 1977 some researchers for SETI discovered an odd signal when searching for possible ET-related interstellar broadcasts. This is now known as the Wow! Signal. There is ample evidence that suggests this signal is of extraterrestrial origin, and that it came from one of the ET's biosphere regulator devices that is situated knew Jupiter in conjunction with the Sagittarius constellation. Independent researchers have noted that the signal is very similar to the frequency of the Hydrogen line, which suggests that it wasn't just some random space occurrence, which further suggests that it was created via an alien device most likely used to stabilize our biosphere's environment. This has all been verified by independent researchers, many of which I know personally.

Sounds legit.

Was one of these researchers Jerry Seinfeld by any chance?
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2015, 01:53:28 PM »
Nope, the Wow! signal was a bit strange, but the fact that it never happened again is a bit strange to me. Makes me think it's an irrational signal, to be honest. Because someone hearing from earth would always be getting these signals. TV signals, radio signals, etc.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2015, 06:11:00 PM »
I'd like to see this irrefutable evidence of 83 species. And I'm not asking for a Club Conspiracy thread, I'm asking for evidence.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #19 on: July 07, 2015, 06:55:21 PM »
Absolutely. I fully believe that we're part of a large alien experiment, and we are on a class R6 Zoo Biosphere (planet); and the main reason we haven't found alien-life yet? Because they don't want to be found, as it would ruin their experiment.

Back in 1977 some researchers for SETI discovered an odd signal when searching for possible ET-related interstellar broadcasts. This is now known as the Wow! Signal. There is ample evidence that suggests this signal is of extraterrestrial origin, and that it came from one of the ET's biosphere regulator devices that is situated knew Jupiter in conjunction with the Sagittarius constellation. Independent researchers have noted that the signal is very similar to the frequency of the Hydrogen line, which suggests that it wasn't just some random space occurrence, which further suggests that it was created via an alien device most likely used to stabilize our biosphere's environment. This has all been verified by independent researchers, many of which I know personally.

Irregardless, the strongest evidence for this is the fact that we haven't found alien life yet. The universe being so large; we would have found some ETs by now.

ETs don't want to be found. They perfer to control from the sidelines. They introduce different elements into our world slowly, then they watch how we deal with those elements. 9/11? Probably the ETs, or at least ET mind-control over Arabs which caused them to do it. ISIS? Most likely ET influence as well. Once you start seeing the pattern it's easy to spot when it's happening.

You should spend less time on this forum preaching and more time at your daily alien cult meeting, praying to Alien Jesus here. How else do you expect Alien Jesus to accept you into the Mothership if you don't pray to him daily?
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2015, 10:25:08 PM »
Irregardless, the strongest evidence for this is the fact that we haven't found alien life yet. The universe being so large; we would have found some ETs by now.

ETs don't want to be found. They perfer to control from the sidelines. They introduce different elements into our world slowly, then they watch how we deal with those elements. 9/11? Probably the ETs, or at least ET mind-control over Arabs which caused them to do it. ISIS? Most likely ET influence as well. Once you start seeing the pattern it's easy to spot when it's happening.

Or maybe it has something to do with the fact that we haven't really looked hard enough.  We haven't even definitively proven that Mars doesn't have life under it's surface, and we have only just started looking outside our star system.  Even if the closest star system had intelligent space fairing life we wouldn't know because of our current technological limitations.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #21 on: July 12, 2015, 08:55:54 PM »
Why would a super powerful alien need to perform experiments on a primate species? Wouldn't they already know the results? What could they possible learn from the behavoirs? Unless this is just an amusement grounds.
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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #22 on: July 17, 2015, 02:29:22 AM »
I suggest that our whole universe is nothing but a sandbox toy of a multidimensional alien race, if you can call them such. And I am convinced that in a remote future our descendents will be able to build universes too.

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Re: Zoo hypothesis
« Reply #23 on: July 17, 2015, 02:45:40 AM »
One presumption that is often made with the idea of advanced alien races is that they will want to do anything other than preserve/observe us. If you looked at our current rate of advancement, running into a tribe with 1000 year old technologies will serve zero threat to us.
If an advanced alien race is out there, they could easily be 1000's or millions of years ahead of us in every way possible. 1 of them could easily posses more power than our entire race combined at any moment. If they wanted to control us, we would not know, the bigger question would be why would they want to control us? We have nothing to offer them.

I was recently thinking of the possibility of a race having Dyson spheres around all of the stars they inhabit. Dyson spheres only need to be big enough to surround the star (plus some distance to avoid over heating) making them very difficult to detect. If they inhabited enough starts with Dyson spheres we would eventually observe galaxies with more mass than what we are currently observing. Thus leaving us with what we observe as dark matter - unaccounted for mass.
This will mean they are everywhere, we just can not see them