posted on Nov, 15 2007 @ 02:09 PM
To Nohup: I would have to disagree being that we are at such a "primal stage" of space exploration that we could NEVER reach the accomplishments of
the aforementioned "aliens". If they are that much farther along in space exploration than we humans how can we ever expect to actually surpass
To Zeta115: No offense taken as I really don't know anything about this subject and have no idea who Billy Meier is. I will definitely research him
and try to reply intelligently. I can say that these summations are of my own reasoning and seem to me to make sense. If, and I emphasize if (though
I do believe there are aliens) aliens are in contact with earth we can ONLY benefit from this contact as they are obviously a MUCH more advanced
civilization. If it were in fact the other way around then it would be us invading their planet and researching them. As it stands it is quite the
opposite as we are a small minded civilization that thinks we are at the center of the universe.
Think of it this way.....if you were a scientist and wanted to research other planets, what better way to do this than to travel to them. What are
the chances that these "visitations" are more than research? If you look at civilization as a whole there are many complex building blocks that
make it up and research is a primary function in order for a civilization to thrive. You must have research to build. If these "aliens" are a
civilization then they must have similar tasks to accomplish. Granted their goals may be different but every being has reproduction and prosperity at
their core. If they did not then you would see MASS extinction of races and species.
You have to apply the natural state of living organisms to "alien" life as most species on earth do not have the same type of cognitive thinking as
humans. They do however have the same reproductive drive and survival instinct as humans. We, however, just add "emotions" into the mix. And take
emotions for what you will, but my belief is that they are all learned or taught. I believe that humans are just as much animal as a bear, lion, or
any other animal you can name. We have the same protective instinct and the same survival instinct, except that we are taught to have a conscience
and therefore can't act upon our natural instinct to react to certain situations. This could quite possibly be the same for our "alien"
counterparts as they have emotions that were learned and can't interfere directly with our civilization though some do as evidenced by
"human/alien" contact. These contacts may simply be the "ones" that let instinct override teaching and civilization which tells them not to
Again.....just my .02.