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Originally posted by Royal76
1. That their bodies weren't ment for fighting.
- They are way to frail to mix it up with many species of animals on our planet, let alone other planets
2. Their Cranium is Huge. So They must be thinkers
1. Their bodies were designed for a little of both
- They still have claws, very muscular. So they could probably take us one on one with out weapons
2. They are not as smart as the Greys. They could still be smarter than us
- They look like a group that is uses tactics in the fighting.
- If they work together with the greys they for a group that uses its strenghts for the better of the group.
Finally there are far too many abduction and reports for it to be a real phenomenon.
Even advanced beings make mistakes, leave footprints, drop gum wrappers, no?
Hyper-advanced beings would have no such worries. Do we brush out the foot prints when we tag the antelope? No.
Unfortunately I wouldn't expect them to be man-sized, given that exo-skeletons seem to have a limit due to the physics involved.
It would be simple for an ultra-advanced civilization to communicate across vast distances in space - they'd simply arrange for the detonation of a number of neutron stars, drawing attention to themselves by civilizations that have telescopes.
Originally posted by Flighty
I was wondering what you think their physical characteristics may tell us about them? I'm referring to the pictures that around that are usually drawn by adbuctees or people who have a close encounter of the 3rd kind.
Could the fact that they sometimes appear bluish/grey mean that they have low blood pressure/circulation? If so, I wonder why that would be. Any theories?
Why are their eyes usually extremely large, usually dove shaped and black?
What would they be able to see if anything?
Having such a huge head surely would mean that their brains would be incredibly large. But because they are so small , even though their heads are large, would their brains be roughly the same size as ours?
Because their mouths and nostrils seem to be small in pictures some abductees have drawn, would that suggest that they don't need as much oxygen?
Why have a mouth at all if they speak telepathically?
Does having a mouth imply that they must eat? If not for speaking, eating or breathing why would they have them??
So many questions .....anyone got any creative ideas or more questions to add to this?
Originally posted by Solarskye
Sorry screwed that up. Anyway I wonder if they have something other than blood? Chlorophil or something like that. They wouldn't have to eat like we do if so.
Due to limitations of Earth physics.
As far as most scientists are concerned
BTW, those examples (blowing up a neutron star) is not my example. I believe it was mentioned by Sagan, or some prominent scientist. I have to admit that it's a pretty surefire way to attract attention to that part of the galaxy. (it's not exactly wasteful. Some stars explode anyway due to their natural evolution).
Originally posted by Flighty
Sorry, my post above was a little off topic but back on topic....
If we're to assume that they have mouths, they must eat. (They don't speak verbally apparentlyand so mouths wouldn't be needed for communication). They abduct cows and so it could be assumed that they are meat eaters? Don't carnivores have appendixes?
I'm just wondering if they do eat, how they would dispose of the waste. From what I've read of abduction experiences they don't mention genitalia, let alone
having buttocks similiar to ours and so simliar other waste disposal bits!!
Originally posted by Badge01
OK, more on the problem of using a Neutron star to signal...
First, consider that there are galaxies that are uninhabited and have no planets. The uber-smart advanced alien civ would just choose one of these nearby. The point is it would be a very prominent beacon and the only way to signal another Civ to 'point your telescopes here'. It's actually quite clever. It's really not the problem you're anticipating.
If there were really aliens visiting, they would not care about exposure, would be perceived by us as hostile and we'd be -very- aware of their presence.
I take it you've read my links on the Fermi Paradox?
The Fermi Paradox ignores all of the evidence that has been gathered that supports an alien presence on Earth. There is a multitude of credible evidence that shows an alien presence on the planet. Many people choose to ignore the evidence and proclaim that it doesn't exist.