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build and fly Interstellar Ships?
The Tomorrow War, more Bugs or whatever are attacking Earth.
Couldn't they kill everyone for Space, Radiation or whatever?
Why attack on the Ground and blow up buildings?
I'm thinking Independence Day here.
In Super 8, the Creature had Claws for Hands.
How do they do it?
OK, I mean besides getting in some Movies...
Surely it would be a less entertaining movie if the bugs weren't down here on earth menacing mankind. Think of how far less entertaining it would have been if Godzilla fought Mecha-Godzilla on the moon rather than stomping all over buildings in Tokyo.
OK, so it wasn't really all that entertaining in the first place, but far less so than it would have been on the moon.
supposedly a superior film with a similar theme. Not even close. As for how the bugs did this and how they did that, one would be well advised to leave those questions unasked when watching far fetched sci fi. Starship Troopers wouldn't survive even the simplest level of scrutiny.
Note - Dubbing English with no option to hear the native language with subtitles sucks balls.
"E Burres Stigano?"
sent to do death and dirty work while the elevated species pull the levers and push the buttons. But, I see your point. How could they manipulate tools and controls with lobster claws or 12 claws? So, they have to be the lesser beings. This is reflected in close encounter reports and abductions.
So, they'd have to go through the same evolution, with the same outcomes, i.e. large brains, agile hands with which to build. Darwin's laws seem absolute, so it's hard to imagine they'd be much different from us; for instance, cooperation would have to be a key component of their makeup.
But in another galaxy, an entirely new set of rules may apply.
If aliens are out there, maybe we're a fish bowl just for the kids to go check out. Like going to the mall. Maybe space travel just comes easy, no smarts needed. Maybe our standard, simple earthling rules don't apply at all, even here, on our simple little earth.
Maybe... all of it.
Physics is learned from experience with what we do on this earth, and in the extremely little bit that we travel beyond it in our solar system.
That was fun, back to work.
learning and progressing--- the laws of the universe don't stop applying to any planet, i.e. gravity, electromagnetism, etc.
Unless other species are able to defy the laws we've learned. If they are out there, they're able to do things far beyond what we currently understand. Whether intellectually or just being from a completely different cosmos, with a different set of rules.
I ain't saying it's possible, even what I'm saying, also ain't saying there are aliens, just toying...
principles of physics we have observed are "universal." I can suspend belief with no problem, however!
REAL strong union.
As for the rest of it, why not?
Science Fiction has always involved a whole lot of... fiction.
The more it evolves the less Pods or Robots or Giant Squid are going to "carry" a SF film.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination" -Michael McClure
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