posted on Dec, 1 2006 @ 08:18 AM
That is my point.
If the activity is meaningful, it should point in a given direction.
Industrial vivesection has two purposes: food, and research. You can tell from the WAY we do it. We have rules for how animal research is
conducted, and it is a crime to just torture animals, with no regard to the animals feelings, and no realistic research goals in sight.
human medical research HAS changed over the past 50 years; vivesection is no longer considered science. Most medical research involves administering
a drug or procedure to lab animals, and then harvesting the WHOLE GROUP at once, and comparing the test animals with a control group.
But the aliens aren't doing that. They re-visit some abductees more than others. And if they don't need to kill the abductees to gather their
info, why don't they insert a telemetric device, to study without intruding on the patient.
This is what we "mere" humans do.
If you know someone who has a serious medical problem, you notice that they know longer have a bunch of computers in their hospital room. They have
electrodes attached to their body, that go into a small box in their pocket, and all the data is beamed down to the nurse's station, where the person
is continuously monitored without any further intrusion . . . no beeping monitors to frighten the patient, no waking them up to take their pulse,
If the patient will need many injections over a week or more, the patient receives a "central line," sort of a "jack" for giving them IV's,
taking blood, etc. It reduces the risk of infection, and causes less scarring.
So how come we use these techs, even on lab animals (!) in medical research, but the aliens don't do this?
you can say "we'll never know," but that is sort of like admitting that the aliens don't have a meaningful purpose behind what they do--whatever
they are doing isn't scientific, and isn't meaningful, logical or directed toward a particular goal.
It's more like bullies torturing frogs in the creek behind the junior high, than it is like a research team carefully managing their research
Did you really come all the way from Zeta Reticuli to get my sperm, when one human could give you 30,000 or so? Why not rob a sperm bank???