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Based on eyewitness testimony, the following physical profile can be composed. Height is 5 feet 5 inches; overall shape is humanoid. Skin coloration is dark gray and non-porous. The head is proportionally large and triangular-shaped in the vertical plane. The back skull area is large and rounded. The eyes are large and slanted upwards toward the back. Greys are often mistaken for two human subgroups, known as workers and technicians. These are smaller and as stated, are of human descent.
Based on all the evidence thus far seen, we might hypothesize as follows. The Greys descended from cetaceans. What are cetaceans? On Earth they comprise the species we call whales and dolphins. We have already seen that human species can be found elsewhere. If the same genetic code for humans exists on other worlds, then it is not unreasonable to propose that other genetic codes previously thought to be only Earth-indigenous, exist out there as well. This raises a very interesting question -- Why is the same basic genetic code found on all these different worlds? The answer may well be that an unknown intelligence deliberately seeded the various planets with the same basic genetic blueprints.
Originally posted by ilovepizza
If greys evolved from dolphins and dolphins have sex for pleausre, does that mean greys have sex for pleasure???
Originally posted by John Nada
I thought beings were meant to become more civilized and enlightened as they evolved? Yet dolphins go from care free, fun loving playfulness to kidnapping and anal probing.
Boy something went wrong there.
Originally posted by ShadowSephiroth
But whales used to WALK the earth, not swim, walk. This was during the time of the dinosaurs..... although i cant think of the time period.
"The existence of a pair of small pelvic bones is known to exist in nearly all of the Cetacea, lying far apart from the vertebral column...
Originally posted by intelgurl
I knew there was something FISHY about those greys....
[Edited on 14-1-2004 by intelgurl]