posted on Nov, 17 2015 @ 08:55 PM
originally posted by: Puppylove
a reply to: schuyler
Possible, but a pointless angle to pursue in discussing possibilities, as any moron knows that's a possibility, and a boring uninteresting one to
To you, perhaps, or possibly you're the one lalalaing with your fingers in your ears. It is a logical possibility that these stories of "Grey Aliens"
are completely fabricated by folks with mental issues vying for attention. If you will notice, the phenomenon has abated quite a bit since the days of
Budd Hopkins, an artist, and Whitley Strieber, a successful novelist of horror fiction and Betty Andreasson, an avowed Christian. In fact, if you have
ever seen interviews with some of these folks you can't help but come away laughing your butt off. Fat girls with cellulite suddenly attributing their
"pock marks" to alien surgery and implants. You can call it a "cry for help" or the delusions of people who crave attention. Whatever floats your
boat. Lots of these folks are bat-# crazy.
But the fact is, the veracity of this phenomenon has yet to be proven in any satisfactory context--and it's been decades. Basically all you have is
stories with no objective proof. If that provides sufficient entertainment for you, by all means continue, but the OP brings up an excellent point
that you cannot easily explain away, and it was THAT point I was addressing. Just why is it that any time we encounter an alien environment, we can
breathe and feel completely normally? The odds of this happening in an alien environment are astronomically against the possibility. The only
possibilities are a) It isn't an alien environment at all or b) It isn't real at all.
Sorry if that bores you. Fantasies are much more exciting.