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originally posted by: GnosticRooster
In my first reply to all this I was attempting to highlight the importance of 'context'. Let me introduce the concept again with a little more specificity.
Most of the replies here assume an encounter / interaction /engagement with the phenomena being discussed is or needs to be 'local'. It seems to be overlooked that locality is not required to cause change or have effect.
Take something as simple as mobile communications. From online poker games to SMS, watching videos and video chat, we're interacting and experiencing many things with others non-locally.
Let's step those examples up slightly to having non-local encounters with each other via an immersion of VR, even holographic. Do you know about haptic tech?
Haptic or kinesthetic communication recreates the sense of touch by applying forces, vibrations, or motions to the user.
Now we'll step it up again. Consider socially engaging through a wireless BCI (brain computer interface) using nanotech attaching to your neurons.
With that as your link you need to keep in mind the experience would encompass sight, sound, touch and more. And more includes emotions and memories.
That's a soft primer of how you could have non-local engagement using known tech (PS- Look up God Voice tech). Let's kick it up some more by bringing in a quantum physics concept for sending/receiving information non-locally and instantaneously across essentially limitless distances. And keep in mind that distances include dimensions beyond space-time.
It's called 'counterfactual quantum communication" and interestingly enough, a working proof has just been achieved. See: phys.org...
For more background, see (Counterfactual quantum-information transfer without transmitting any physical particles) - www.nature.com...
The ability to affect things non-locally (time/space/dimension) isn't just fantastical physics theories. Most of all, these seemingly possible feats of magic becomes military/industrial commercial hardware and application astonishingly fast. And this from a civilization that 50 years ago ...
OK. So what's this got to do with alien insectoid manifestations and cell towers? Encounters / interactions /engagement with phenomena does not have to be local. And a cell tower introduces an interesting system to modulate your preferred physics.
You ask, Ah yes, but are there insect molecules in the same locality as the person experiencing the phenomena? I answer with, I'll work with the notion there isn't because it doesn't matter.
You're having a Skype/Facetime with someone. Does it matter if you're simultaneously in the same local physicality? Depends on your goals/objectives. Can I cause you to feel/think/react in the way I want? What if I upscale the methods I'm using and make it virtually real to all your senses.
Again, the goals and outcomes being sought may not need physical simultaneity in the local sense.
What are the goals then? Ahh, that's the real question.
originally posted by: Mclaneinc
So lets get this straight, there's giant underground 'Roach Motels' with these Mantis creatures that we should be scared of but they are not going to kill me and the chances of seeing one is slim because only the 'farmers' see them and they have no emotion.
So lets look at the posting style..
We have to be frightened because you know the real truth.
You tell us some thing but hint at others but you can't say what they are.
You say you don't know anything else and then tell us they use cell towers.
You then vanish from the thread..
Conclusion of posting style, the same as every other person who comes on with a story, knows something no one else does, can't post anything as proof, offers little details and then gone...
Not even that good a story...My score, 3 out of 10 for little effort..
Next time sprinkle in some cattle mutilations, people going missing and MIB following you, do that and I'll give you a better score...
originally posted by: threepwood
So abductions are all made by these insect-like aliens? What about all the countless cases of people describing "greys" taking them away? I'm not saying I buy into all of this but I'd sure like to hear your opinion!