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aliens are possible with our current understanding of how life works, and omnipotent gods are not.
"Aliens" already exist in the form of humans on earth, its simply the belief that biological matter can exist elsewhere as well as here.
Believing in aliens means having the idea that biological life can be found somewhere on another galaxy/solar system. A god would be an omnipotent being that created the universe and might not be biological or even physical. It is an entirely different thing.
Believing in god causes logical contradictions (depending on you definition of god)
Believing in life forms formed on a different planet does not
The existence of aliens is a testable hypothesis and a phenomenon that can be predicted with the knowledge we have. The existence of god is not testable and requires an assumption leading (in many cases) to contradictions.
I sometimes like to think of how giant the observable universe is. we have no idea how much bigger it can be. The more matter there is in the universe, the closer it becomes for small possibilities such as another intelligent life to become a reality.
We have no documented evidence to the fact that human kind has met either, so how do we even know this is something we can evaluate if we can't get the data one way or another?
This assumes either that belief in the existence of aliens is irrational, and therefore belief in the existence of a God is also irrational, or that belief in aliens is completely rational, and therefore belief in the existence of a God is also rational.
We are very close on resolving this issue once we find microscopic form of life in other planets. Or then aliens would only include creatures above a certain size and intelligence.
Mathematically, there should be another intelligent life form in among the 1E23 (1 sextillion) stars our universe.
Aliens may exist, God DOESN'T exist. Comparing the two is like comparing apples to oranges
There is no evidence for either.