posted on Jan, 5 2006 @ 08:31 AM
Once again, the thinking and concepts are based on our own unique civilisation, of our history, our politics, our technologies to understand
'beings' that could achieve interstellar space travel.
Lets presume the owners of UFO are 'off-world' and what we understand of science, of which is not much, is taken into account of our understanding
I am not sure if science as we know it is the same throughout universe, which i doubt so, due the constant discoveries and breakthru in our own
Example:- a mere 40 years ago, scientists would laughed at 'stealth' technology and consigned it to the realm of RocketMan and science fiction and
'fringe' sciences. Yet today, even kids are familiar and even taught stealth technology! I would not be surprised if today's science fiction will
further become science fact 20 years later, and debunkers who laughed at the 'fringe' scientists today would be hiding in shame or brazenly speak
with forked tongues tomorrow. My point is that there is still too much unknown to safely say ' The laws of science had been discovered, is the same
throughout the universe, and any other theories are fringe science'.
To travel into space is not as easy as piloting a ship or get a plane ticket to Denver. It involves several disciplines and would need an 'expansion
of cranium tissues', figuratively speaking, to understand it all. And in that expansion of mind and thoughts, logic and rationality will ultimately
rule over sentimental or baser emotions, if such 'owners' of high tech space travelling UFO has them.
We took 4000 years of recorded history, civilisation, advancement to realize today, blacks and whites and yellows and what nots are the same - we are
all human race, amongst many rational thoughts and philosophies to arrive where we at this point of time, and much more to go before we can as a race
living in harmony with ourselves and our planet. My point is, wouldnt such UFO owners would had evolved enough to know what they are doing and thus do
not behave as we, only a maturing civilisation, expect them to?