Talk about space in general. I'm going to say a a few things about space. Anything seems possible out there. Who's to say it's not? How does space make you feel? I can tell you it makes me feel so small. But it makes me feel so special. When I stare up at the night sky, the the wondering I do makes it seem as if the world as I know it is fake, meaningless. Space is the ultimate of the unknown. It makes me sad yet happy in a strange way that I will probably never be up there. My generation won't know a billionth of what is to be known about space. And probably neither will several generations to come. Space scares me. If you think about it, foreign beings from a billion miles away could grab me up and take me any second. Anyone who doesn't believe in aliens does not have a practical imagination. What I mean by this is that if one does not use their imagination to wonder what (living or not) is there, especially with extra terrestrial beings, he is limiting himself to what we know now. He doesn't use his creativity to spawn curiosity, which spawn knowledge. Believers that aliens DON'T EXIST have no proof that they do. Now of course us believers that they do exist.have no true evidence supporting there are, but in this case, we haven't seen everything so we can't rule out the possibility of them. There's so much space (see where the name comes from?) that.there must be something else. What is outside of space? If the big band theory is really what happened, which in my opinion is what happened even though I'm being raised Catholic, so what contained all of the stuff was shrunk down and exploded? And people, please don't fight here. It's okay to disagree but think about what you say. Let's just talk about that place up there.