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Also by Impolsion+122Cats have canine teeth. amirite?
Also about Philosophy+110None could live through their life without getting injured. amirite?
Also by Impolsion+117lol looks like a drowning stick figure, amirite?
Also about Philosophy+145At some point in our live, we all felt like living a life like Truman in The Truman Show, amirite?
Also about Philosophy+113In an emergency humans tend to move away from what they fear; and for most humans that explains their direction in everyday life. amirite?
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How would you even detect intelligent life millions of light years away?
200 thousand years, max (assuming that they are in the Milky Way galaxy).
If they're in Milky Way, it will take 25 to 75 thousand years one way. Other galaxies would be millions. But even if they're relatively close, it's hundreds of years each way. The speed of light is unbelievably fast, but space is incredibly vast.
Alternatively isn't it strange that we have already pick up radio waves from long dead civilizations.
Unless they help us with technology
This is assuming that their technology and existence is bound to the physical realm
Our technology sure is
They used to say that the Atlantic Ocean was to far