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bunga87 bunga87 26-30, F 14 Answers Nov 19, 2012 in Community

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Nope - that craft would be American territory by definition - even it were the International Space Station

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damn it you beat me to it!

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me so sorry :)

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No, but the kid will never know what he weighed at birth.

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You could literally say they are not of this world.

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Not unless it came form Uranus.

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Every country on Earth would be clamouring to offer that kid citizenship. "Slovakia pay 5% of costs of spacesuits, you come live here, we feed you many dumplings make you big and strong!"



*I hereby apologise to any and all Slovakian readers for the gross stereotyping in the above post*

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Well yes.. an "alien" is a person from a foreign country or nation... in this case space, but if you mean sci-fi "extraterrestrial" then no, still human, still originates from earth, still 100% homo sapien.

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Lmao

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No .. probably just an international citizen.

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We are all aliens to animals.

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What?

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Any life form that is different from another has a sense of alien about it.

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Well in the sense that "alien" can mean the same thing as "different", yeah. The question was pretty obviously using "alien" to mean "extraterrestrial being".

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2+2 Doesn't always = 4.

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