posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 12:12 AM
Either we're at the top or we're not. If we're not then we have to imagine we don't know every trick they have or will use to do what they want. Maybe
they ARE higher on the pole than us and really do have something like a biosuit or something out of this world crazy. To us, their technology might
appear as magic. And yet if we're indeed at the top then all of this is probably just the product of our rich imagination, producing both good things
and BS things.
And what if we're not at the top and yet instead of aliens it's us? What if there's a secret cabal of more intelligent and capable humans, who've
stealed and kept hidden technology to enable them to do what we can't?
To a sincere and reasonable mind, no time is wasted on this frivolous s*** pie. Unless a piece of an alien spaceship shows up or some dead alien... or
something out of hollywood where they park in orbit and start talking to us.
I think only a limited number of possibilities can explain why humans find themselves alone, without any official sign of contact between ourselves
and some other intelligent extraterrestrial species, and yet we're in reality surrounded by intelligent species in our galaxy. This paradox is just
plain hard to grasp, since even nuclear-powered starships would be enough to travel between the stars. If a species could manage a thousand years of
travel then they could probably use solar sails to leap the spaces between stars too. A thousand years is not beyond the reach of machines. We look
out there and so far we see NOTHING except bright burning stars and enormous gas clouds and black holes and so on.
I was in another thread and asked if the 94% or whatever of the universe we register as dark energy/matter is actually ET civilization? The idea being
they completely mask their presence, but can't hide their gravity effects. It's beyond insane to suggest somehow ET civilization would resemble dark
energy/matter, but it's a thought I can't resist putting out there, since it's 94% of our universe.
Some smart-seeming gentleman linked me this book:
en.wikipedia.org - The Wanderer (Fritz Leiber novel)...
Unfortunately, he is probably just juicing my imagination. I understand that. It's like what glory is there in telling kids there's no Santa Claus,
unless you give them something they can bite into and enjoy and make you feel less cold hearted?
edit on 16-3-2014 by jonnywhite because: (no