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Originally posted by Event Horizon
This is a good website that I found. Dont know how accurate it is but it looks cool. Tell me what you think.
Originally posted by CloudlessKnight
How about the actual spoken words?
Message to Gort:
Klatu barado nikto...
Originally posted by siriuslyone
That will be great to see, To Serve Men had me fooled to the very end..
We lost a wonderful mind when Serling died at such a young age..
IMO, the gray HAVE to use telepathy or a trance medium to get through to us..one problem thay have is emotions of humans are foreign to them, as the lost emotional baggage eons ago..
Originally posted by MCory1
I mean, if a Japanese person wanted to explain math to me, they would have to use the arabic numeral system or I would have to learn their system of writing numbers (that may be a very, very crappy example, but I seem to remember Chinese or Japanese writing uses symbols for numbers that look nothing like 1, 2, 3...)
Originally posted by probedbygrays
the aliens have shown me lots of symbols but I didn't remember them clearly enough to draw as they were quite complex. They also use English writing to communicate with me. Also they don't think like us. We follow a logic which is ultra ignorant from their point of view as it is based on a tiny narrow 3-d conception of reality.
On the off topic tangent I believe the aliens don't have emotions because this is a virtual reality world. It's a game to them nothing more and they can't get emotional about it at all because they are such realists. But when you get to know them you'll find they do have aloof emotions and feelings that relate to their own reality where we all originally come from.
btw thanks for all the interesting links to different languages.
I found that Aztec and Mayan art made a lot of sense after being with the aliens. Their art is a multidimensional abstract language depicting related activities taking place at the same time on different planes of existence. To my mind the Mayan and Aztec etc artwork contains the deepest secrets of life.
Originally posted by MCory1
Anyways...one thing I've always been somewhat curious of is why a lot of scientists consider math or numbers to be the main way to communicate with an alien civilization. I mean, we may have the same principles, forumlae, etc., but whose to say that it would be expressed in a way they/we could understand? I mean, if a Japanese person wanted to explain math to me, they would have to use the arabic numeral system or I would have to learn their system of writing numbers (that may be a very, very crappy example, but I seem to remember Chinese or Japanese writing uses symbols for numbers that look nothing like 1, 2, 3...)