posted on Feb, 27 2017 @ 02:41 PM
There are any number of problems with the standard answer to this question. So I'll speak to a few.
1. Just because you have never heard, met, or even seen others who have identified themselves as being from elsewhere does not meant it hasn't
happened somewhere on earth at some time. The notion that "all things" including interactions with others from other places has been documented,
stamped for approval and is readily available in detailed form at any local library is preposterous.
2. There is an assumption, and it is is just an assumption, that all life everywhere and anywhere exists in exactly the same form as it does here. The
idea that folks cannot exist in forms other then blood and bone is beyond silly. So folks may have indeed visited, you just could not "see" them due
to the fact that they are not in the form you expect to see. Toss in "they must come by metal craft in this mix too, silly.
3. Visit, interact, live, conquer, which is it? There any number of reasons to visit another country. I have visited Mexico, yet NO ONE in Mexico
today has any idea I was ever there. So if I can visit a country without the entire population knowing I was there, I think it is safe to say others
from other places can do the same.
4. What the hell is so interesting about this place? People kill anything and everything that scares them. The planet thrives on suppression, poverty,
killing, manipulation and the majority of the population love it. They adhere to rituals they have no idea of the origins and are locked into phone
and tv as a means to an end. Why visit? The folks are very likely to kill you. If Jesus came back today he'd be outed as a fraud, fake, a heretic,
he'd never survive being jesus.
5. Distance. just because we x as a travel mode doesn't mean others use the same. The idea that "we have, so they must only have..." is below even the
way a child thinks. The folks in Remote parts of the world don't have high speed wireless or the ability to send a satellite into space, hardly means
it does not exist elsewhere on the planet.
6. There is a long standing assumption that all living beings are bound by the clock, time, and while that makes sense given what the average person
lives like, it is preposterous to assume that all living things are bound by the same clock. Or time, even intellectual thief Einstein figured it was
not an absolute.
7. Stop looking to some "approved" science master for the definition or equation to state "life on other planets must exist because..." and start
thinking for yourself. Those "approved" limitations are just some guy's theory and there were a whole bunch of people, even in the YOUR lifetime, who
had theories that have been blown apart while you watched it happen. This fact, obvious fact, should tell you there are no absolutes just theories
which may, or may not, be valid at any given moment in our existence.