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If you had a fleet of a billion or more craft...?

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posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 09:34 PM
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The question is, "If you had a fleet of a billion or more (saucer or similar ET) craft, how would you change the present earth?"

I have been asked to pose this question to the board here (by a friend, not an alien).

I'll start by answering this myself and say that I would station these craft over every major city, or capital city, on the planet until I had the world's undivided attention.

The next thing I would do is offer to take willing participants for a cruise around the planets...

AND, when you have a transportation system that can carry 1/6th of the world's population at one time, I think you'd be able to get to everyone who wanted a ride up without a long wait...

Ten minutes a ride (for one billion) times six rides is six billion people, the entire planet seeing the moon up close in only an hour...you could get eyeglasses made in less time...

OK, the question is asked. Please feel free to toss in your thoughts. Thank you to anyone who responds...




posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 09:48 PM
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sarcastic answer :

send everyone who believes that the moon has a breathable atmosphere on a " fact finding trip " with no space suits



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 09:51 PM
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I would disband 999,000,000 of the saucers because one million of them would be enough to get Earth's undivided attention j/k. If I had one million flying saucers, I probably wouldn't waste my time with a backwards planet like Earth. I'm sure there are beings in other galaxies who are more deserving of enlightenment/knowledge than the greedy self-obsessed earthlings. I would definently leave the Milky Way.



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 09:53 PM
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Thank you, ignorant_ape, for responding. *chalk up one response* lol

I am on a fact gathering mission. There are no wrong answers. Thank you for playing...

Still looking...

And Looselips (*chalk up two responses*)- thank you, too! Remember, it's one "billion" ships. Don't make the mistake Dr. Evil made.

OK, I think my friend would like some serious answers. So please offer a sincere response to this query (I'm not forcing anyone - I appreciate any response, but I think the dialogue has a purpose...).

Thanks again!

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posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 09:58 PM
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A billion flying saucers is total overkill. There is no answer. Why? Because we don't have the knowledge for a flying saucer but if we had the knowledge for 1 billion flying saucers, I'd be able to give you a really good answer but we don't. What are we supposed to with our limited know-how? I guess we can take those billion aircraft and just fly around looking for a planet to take over. You don't have one billion flying saucers if peace is on your mind. You definently kick some ass...you become the Invaders!



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 10:04 PM
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If I had the resources to operate that type and size of fleet....

I would at least wave 'ello'! as I flashed by; on my way to somewhere with a better neighborhood.



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 10:04 PM
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You're right, Looselips. Really, if you had one million it would be sufficient...But, I've been asked to pose the "one billion" question.

Also, ignorant_ape, Earth doesn't have a breathable atmosphere either. lol

The question is how you would "change the Earth" (I take that to mean how things are run here).

Essentially, I take it to mean, "How would you use these ET craft to change the planet?"

Anyway, no answer is wrong. Thank you for your posts.

Still looking for some feedback. If the question is to general I'm sorry, I phrased the question, verbatim, how it was posed to me...



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 10:09 PM
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I'll just add...

Thank you, Mr. Penny. Unfortunately, you answer was wrong. Please leave. Kidding! Thanks for responding. And thank you for dissing our planet...lol Kidding again.

I don't blame you. Someone posted on another thread an angry response to another poster who said he is looking forward to getting off of this planet.

I have to agree - this planet and the twisted machinations of our governments, extreme poverty, cruelty, hoarding of wealth and resources leaves a lot to be desired. But could that be changed with the introduction of a show of force, and free energy?

I'll go back to the phone lines...Thanks again...



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 10:14 PM
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To keep this on topic, and provide some more parameters.

First, these craft could not be used to simply leave the planet.

Second, what actions (and this includes words; i.e., speaking to certain sectors, assemblies, now that you have their attention) would you take to better this planet?

What would you say or do now that you had the ability? Again the point is that you could not leave - let's just assume you cared for the people on this planet (mild sarcasm).

"How would you use these craft and this technology to better the planet?" I guess is the question.

What would our response be to a sighting this large, and what would follow this sighting?

I wasn't kidding above either. I believe that showing people the reality of travel off planet, and what lies "out there" can only bring more of an appreciation and wonder for what we really have down here.


[edit on 16-1-2007 by OnTheDeck]



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 10:28 PM
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With that number of flying saucers, the only way to save the planet would be to take away the rights of the people on planet Earth. You would enslave the world. Why? It's the only way to ensure that the most poweful and greedy evil doers won't maintain their status in the New Earth. After everyone is leveled to one plane, it would be time to build up from there. There would be no religion just enlightenment. The greatest emphasis I would give the people would be a spiritual devotion so that the tainted could heal. After most had been healed, it would be time to share knowledge, basically give the backwards people of Earth what they've been searching for. I would give them the key to life. This being losing oneself in the conquest of bettering their neighbor. In effect, everyone would benefit because their charity would spread around to everyone on the planet like one giant cycle of understanding and spiritual connection. Once the planet, for the most part, was able to achieve this one selfless world it would be time for my fleet of saucers to take back off into space. Once the billion flying saucers were in space, I'd give the orders to destroy the planet earth because they would have already experienced heaven on Earth, thus the only thing left for them to experience would the real heaven.



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 10:44 PM
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I don't see it as taking rights away from people, but more giving the people back their freedoms; giving people the knowledge of their place in this universe, and providing them with free energy technology, and technology that would better their lives and provide for all.

I think a lot of the evils perpetrated on this planet have to do with people unable to support themselves - basic survival, as well as ignorance of our true place in this universe.

I think you have excellent suggestions, which is to educate people - to enlighten them. This is a start toward creating a "livable" planet, and a camaraderie with our fellow man.

When you take away peoples' fear of simply being able to provide for themselves and their families, you've taken a large part of the equation out that creates crime, etc.

And when you show people that they are independent, free and cared for beings in a larger universe - that they can take willing part in - this creates a sense of connection, wonder and responsibility for ourselves and this planet.

I'm taking the "force" out of the equation, and introducing enlightenment, technology, freedom, information, etc., as a means to free people, and to awaken them to the big picture - what's really going on here.

Thank you for your honest answer. I'm looking for more...

I'm taking a break to, you know, sleep, but will be back to tend to this thread. Thanks for anymore responses.



[edit on 16-1-2007 by OnTheDeck]



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 11:34 PM
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this is pretty interesting stuff. we can not possibly grasp the possibilites to properly use one billion craft capable of such space travel. For example, what if those one billion craft could be sprinkled throughout the universe acting as one unit. What if any one of the one billion flying saucers had the ability to harness the power of one billion flying saucers in a true fraction of a second? I'm ashamed to say that we humans only use 10% or so of our possible brain power. Give me 11% and I'll show you what's up.



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 11:50 PM
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Above comments indicate "one billion is too many," and so forth.

Well I take the view that each person should have and does have their own Universe!

What better way to express that than each person having their own Flying Saucer. Now get this right okay? The specific design is to favor life support, and transportation away from danger. It would be a self contained vehicle at a very high standard of living. When people choose to do so, additional Flying Saucers would be of a larger variety to express family living. Since all life support systems are self contained and operating with all ecological soundness, there would be zero impact on the environment, in contrast to our current comparatively over impacting chemistry. The interaction is neutral, and it has its own provision of "do no harm," at least in its design, implementation and testing.

The main point is that such a model might stimulate us to build universal life support systems here on earth, and to cease and desist current paradigms favored by wealthy extremists who currently bank wars. The idea of flashing light years away from conflicts might interfere greatly with these foolish but long persisting elite paradigms. Hey big boys, your game is exposed and your time is over!


[edit on 17-1-2007 by SkipShipman]



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 11:52 PM
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Originally posted by SkipShipman
You above comments that "one billion is too many," and so forth.

Well I take the view that each person should have and does have their own Universe!

What better way to express that than each person having their own Flying Saucer. Now get this right okay? The specific design is to favor life support, and transportation away from danger. It would be a self contained vehicle at a very high standard of living. When people choose to do so, additional Flying Saucers would be of a larger variety to express family living. Since all life support systems are self contained and operating with all ecological soundness, there would be zero impact on the environment, in contrast to our current comparatively over impacting chemistry. The interaction is neutral, and it has its own provision of "do no harm," at least in its design, implementation and testing.

The main point is that such a model might stimulate us to build universal life support systems here on earth, and to cease and desist current paradigms favored by wealthy extremists who currently bank wars. The idea of flashing light years away from conflicts might interfere greatly with these foolish but long persisting elite paradigms. Hey big boys, your game is exposed and it is up!

[edit on 16-1-2007 by SkipShipman]


Wow, definently the post of the thread. Do we have anymore out there?



posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 11:52 PM
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I think i would do what most humans would, invade, conquer, and rule planet earth. I'm not sure if i would be benevolent or not. I would certainly study the human race as a whole though. Using the data that only an outside perspective could afford. Infact i might do my studying before i deemed it necessary to invade and conquer. If my findings found that Humans are naturally prone to not think for themselves then i would conquer.

I would then rule the planet, the only difference would be i would make it easier for those that can think for themselves to rise in the ranks of my government, no heriditary rule here. However if you wish to follow and not lead then that is what the rest of the people will do.

Afterwards I might take my ships and my newly trained earth invasion force on the hunt through the rest of the galaxy, I would colonize uninhabited planets, then i would sever all ties with the colonies and setup multiple long term experiments of human evolution.

I hope no real alien if they exhist reads this
because people who are willing to stand up and think for themselves really do warrant the opportunity to do so.



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by ignorant_ape
sarcastic answer :

send everyone who believes that the moon has a breathable atmosphere on a " fact finding trip " with no space suits


Sign me up.


(with apologies to Majic for off topic comment and 3 word response)



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 12:23 AM
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Assuming the intent is :
- changing the planet
- not leaving it,

I'd put the biggest part in orbit to create a massive eclipse over earth.
Take over or monitor communications systems.
Have smaller fleets over capitals...
Until governments ackowledge the fact and give back the power to the people.



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 01:48 AM
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I would tell the world that there was no god and all religions are false, the human race was started by us aliens.

Then the next thing all weapons would be taken away from all humans and they would be told to live in peace.

Finally just let it slip that all politicians lie.

Time to sit back and watch how the world would respond to the notion of no religions and have no weapons to wage war and politics down the pan.

[edit on 17/1/07 by Wolfie_UK]



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 01:57 AM
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Originally posted by Wolfie_UK


Time to sit back and watch how the world would respond to the notion of no religions and have no weapons to wage war and politics down the pan.

[edit on 17/1/07 by Wolfie_UK]


You would just start a war fought with sticks and stones over those that believe you and those that hold onto the old ways.
I don't think even a mass event like aliens landing will change humans over night, it has to be a slow and subtle process. It's just how we are i think, personally I think it's already started too.



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 04:30 AM
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I would:

- Allocate 40% of the total armada to serve as inter-galactic libraries designed to search for and distribute information.

- Allocate 30% of the total armada to serve as resource machines which will harvest the universe to create 'useful matter'. Fabrication plans would be constantly processed from librarian and adminstrator ships.

The above 70% would operate for upwards of 1,000 years, depending on their level of success. If success were achieved within that time frame, the total armada of 1 billion ships would be officially revealed to the people of Earth. If success were not achieved in that time frame allocation percentages would be formulated accordingly, but I think it's safe to assume that the librarians and harvesters would find something worthy of being called success.

- Allocate 10% of the armada to a free-of-charge travel industry divided into quarters; terrestrial, inter-planetary, inter-stellar, and inter-galactic. The actual number of vehicles distributed to each quarter would be on a sliding scale. Most private and public sectors would be under this umbrella.

- 10% of the armada sealed and stored across the universe for future use. These are essentially seed ships.

- 5% serve as processing centres to monitor the collective brain of 1 billion ships.

- 4% serve as colonies of varying size and central utility.

- 1% to astonish the Earth into a collective mind-evolution upon the unveiling of the entire fleet. These craft would be specially designed to alter space-time in localized pockets, project visuals, and induce authentic emotional responses on a global scale. They are essentially giant acculteration devices; the boot to push us over the edge into better living.

[edit on 17-1-2007 by alexg]




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