posted on Apr, 22 2014 @ 08:38 PM
The fact that we continue to make new discoveries in physics pretty much indicates that we do not know everything there is to know. I tend to chuckle
to myself whenever folks try to use our current limited understanding of physics and cosmology to debunk UFO's obvious incredible capabilities.
The chemical evolution of galaxies proceeds over time, and once a planet with suitable conditions is located in a peaceful quadrant of a random galaxy
the process of life should start much like it did here.
They obviously manage to get here. Some UFOs seem to materialize/dematerialize into and out of seemingly nothing. Whilst others seem to
instantaneously zip off into nothingness. My personal feeling is that they have multiple methods of overcoming the speed of light dilemma that we
currently face. Even the abduction stories indicate that they can manipulate matter in ways that seem impossible to us. The electromagnetic effects
and the occasional reports of certain UFOs causing interference with gyrocompass based navigation equipment are all clues to how they do what they do.
They can manipulate space time and matter in an extremly fundamental way. The reports of UFOs plunging into water, and yet not making a splash is
also an indicator of how they work. I've often thought that they have a way of canceling matter temporarily as all particles can be described as a
wave function, and waves can negatively interfere with each other and seemingly disappear even if only temporarily.
It's up to us to objectively examine the evidence and figure out what they're doing to do what they do. They are showing us what is possible, and
in a way they are trailblazing for us provided we are open minded enough to learn from them. It's also possible that they are literally a few
billion years ahead of us. The basic chemical evolution of the Universe would be the limiting factor that the earliest a habitable planet could exist
so I think there are civilizations literally billions of years older than ours.