posted on May, 4 2006 @ 09:59 PM
Assuming Aliens exist - would some of them regard us as animals? And if they regarded us as animals (which they most certainly do with all the
supposed abductions and other stuff), would there not be Alien Poachers? Groups of aliens who would just abduct us, slice us up, and take off with
whatever they needed?
If so, wouldn't the Poachers, being so technilogically advanced, just drop down from the skies and snatch people up - with no care for whether they
were seen or not.
And if this was the case, would we not be aware of them so that we could fight against it?
Using that reasoning, would it not therefore mean that either a) aliens don't exist, or b) certain aliens are not allowed to do that stuff.
I'd rather the idea of B).
Continuing on from that, why/how is it that aliens aren't allowed to snatch us up like Poachers? One reason could be that they are completely
different from Humans - but I'd say the chances of that are unlikely. Any dominant species will be a predatorial species first, gatherers second.
This is the driving force for species to get together and become dominant. And it is the dominant species that hunt out others to extinction so that
they can remain dominant. A Hunter species will have Poachers - given that the population is large enough.
So, perhaps, a possible reason that we aren't hunted is because some aliens of those species DON'T KNOW OF US. Perhaps the average citizen of the
alien civilizations are actually just like us - believing they are alone in the universe and held under sway by powerful militaries and governments,
just like us.
Perhaps we only deal with the secretive military divisions of alien civilizations, which come from their own politically fractured planet, which could
be why the different alien species aren't united.
Perhaps our world is the same - that we might hold sway on far off planets with our own secret embassies, and conducting our own secret experiments
(or are crafting our own UFOs so that we can begin such activities of our own).
Perhaps the reason why alien sightings and experiences and details are so diverse is because the aliens are frighteningly more like us than we would
want to believe.