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originally posted by: Invision123
I was thinking about this as I was walking down the town where I live and I saw a group of pigeons. What better way to disguise themselves in plain sight as another animal this way they can take a close look at studying us with no repercussions as to their secret activities.
What does ats think? Plausible?
originally posted by: InhaleExhale
Squirrels on the other hand could possible be aliens in disguise.
The fascination with nuts must be a direct side effect that spawns from the aliens fascination of human anus's.
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originally posted by: muzzleflash
a reply to: Invision123
Sufficiently advanced aliens would likely possess the technology capable of either scanning brains or receiving and analyzing their brainwaves from a considerable distance.
This would allow them to pull up memory logs including visual, auditory, etc.
With this tech they don't need to use anything to spy on you - they just look in your mind and see everything you thought felt and experienced.
Absolutely incorrect and pure nonsense.
How do you think pigeons got that defensive mechanism?
Squirrels? No, never. The very idea is so ludicrous as to be laughable. Its simply impossible. Pigeons though.. you might be on to something there. Something to look into, but forget about the squirrels.