When aliens in galaxies 70 million light years away look through a telescope at Earth, they see dinosaurs.
So what you’re saying is we can’t see aliens because when we look that far we just see baron planets.
Guys the aliens are there, we’re here, but it’s all just fucked up with time.
Distance sucks 2k12
These “mammatus clouds” were photographed above Hastings, Nebraska, after a destructive thunderstorm in May 2005. Although their formation is not completely understood, these rare clouds usually develop at the base of a thunderstorm, and appear lumpy because of instabilities and temperature differences between sinking and rising air.