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This is Why I Think "The Greys" Might Be a Myth...

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posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 10:46 PM
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Originally posted by Diplomat
Which animal species has different facial features amongst itself? When I go outside and see a bunch of squirrels, all of their faces look pretty much exactly the same. When I look at a specific "race" of Dogs, such as Labrador Retrievers, all of their faces seem to look very much the same. If you lined up 20 Bald Eagles next to each other, all of their faces and heads would basically look the same. Where are the differences?

This is not the case at all with humans, and wouldn't you know it, we are the only "intelligent" species on this planet.

[edit on 29-11-2007 by Diplomat]


Exactly my point. Our brains won't let us see the differences basically because we don't have to. If I lined 10 dogs of the same breed in a line and asked you to pick your dog you'd be able to. Why ? Because you come into contact enough with that animal to allow your brain to see the differences between it and others of its breed.




posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 10:47 PM
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To a lot of people who are underexposed to other races, other races look the same.



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 10:56 PM
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Originally posted by Jim_Kraken
reply to post by eRauzed
 


To a lot of people who are underexposed to other races, other races look the same.


Exactly. You could even go one step further; say that a pair of identical twins moves to your school. Immediately you cannot tell their differences but as you come into contact with them more and more you can see their differences quite easy.



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:00 PM
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Originally posted by Beamish

I fully believe that greys are nothing more than incredibly advanced versions of our Martian landers. They may well be self sustaining, completely autonomous, able to think logically and defensively, but at the end of the day they are still manufactured for specific purposes.
The same goes, IMO, for most UFOs. Why risk entering the earth's atmosphere with your universe beating starship, your ride home, and risk being attacked? (If that sounds illogical, as in how could we possibly harm such advanced tech, well, wouldn't a stone, a simple boulder, disable a tank's tracks, thus rendering it immobile?) All we see in the sky are next gen X 10 UAVs.



That has been my theory all along. Supposedly, greys do not have a digestive tract or even orifices, or "bathrooms" inside their crafts. In my opinion, they are biorobots doing the "dirty/exploratory" work. Why send humans to explore unknown territory if we can send dispensable robots first? Good post.



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:07 PM
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Personally I think this post makes you a racist. Odd thought being a racist toward the greys so it deserves a star!

b



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:11 PM
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Originally posted by eRauzed
Exactly. You could even go one step further; say that a pair of identical twins moves to your school. Immediately you cannot tell their differences but as you come into contact with them more and more you can see their differences quite easy.


When it is only 2 people that look the same then yes, you will be able to see differences eventually. But what if an entire race all had the same face and appearance? How would you find differences between all million or billion of them?



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:21 PM
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Let me respond like this.....Imagine all the people living in harmony...Yes a beetles song let me explain! Look at our so called advanced human race, that has forgotten so much of its history that it can not reproduce simple siege machines from circa B.C. Are we really advanced, or are we just getting dumber, relying on technology created by the few. What are we advancing to and are we evolving?
If we were to evolve, that is if we were to have a choice, or the choice was made for us to evolve. What would it look like? It might take form as a separation in the differences that cause hate and chaos. In the scheme of thing individuality in homosapiens often leads to meyhem and destruction. Family vs. Family- Race vs. Race- Country vs. Country- Man vs. Woman-Black vs. White- Republican vs. Democrat-Communism vs. Capitalism and so on and so on. My point being if it is a progressive society that has evolved or was created that way. I am sure the Greys would be able to differentiate their self identity from one to another. This is only one reason of many I can think of. I am not trying to be-little you but think outside the box here. Remember the book the Martian Chronicles by Ray- He paints a picture of a alien son questioning his mom about the possibility of life and earth and she laughs at the boy stating that there is to much oxygen on earth to sustain life.
While I am here we could take things even further but there is only so much I will say on the net. so ask and I will give you the best answer i can



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:24 PM
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I don't know, but when I see a gray squirrel it looks like any other gray squirrel I see. Same goes with a rabbit or chipmunk. The thing I am getting at is, if certain animals had there hair shaved off, they'd look strikingly similar within each observation of the breed. Humans have features that set them apart from the next that is easily recognized by the lowly human. If an alien is a bot or reptoid, they wouldn't need features to distinguish there appearence since they are of a single stock. But in all honesty, aliens are bottoids analyzing the human experience.



posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 11:29 PM
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Well I haven't read the whole thread so forgive me if this has been mentioned already.

Isn't the theory about Greys something along the lines of them not having the ability to naturally reproduce anymore, and they're here trying to crossbreed us with them to regain the ability?

Or if that's not the case, maybe they have a race of themselves that is specifically engineered for contact with our world... purposefully designed as a slave race for low-level diplomatic missions.

In either case, maybe they all look the same because they're all clones.

Or maybe they're like ants... ants from a single colony all look pretty much the same.



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 12:38 AM
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I think it would make perfect sense for all members of an advanced race to look alike. Just think of the progress we would make if no one worried about looks, sex, appeal, or any of that stuff. I think the grey race outgrew the need for physical attraction and uniqness. I mean, with an intelligent race, why would you even need to look different or appear more attractive than others? Its just a detriment to progress. Sure with a less advance race where physical ability would outweigh intelligence looks would be important, but not with a super advanced race.



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 01:29 AM
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Originally posted by Teratoma
A theory of mine, based on some others mentioned here and elsewhere, is that the "greys" ...the little beings we see are merely 'vessels' for extradimensional beings who have no form.


Teratoma...I have also come to that conclusion and have stated it more than once here.
I believe hey are 3-D vessels for inter-dimensional beings and used merely as tools in our reality.

That is what I have come to understand from my own experiences. All part of the puzzle.



- Lee



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 02:04 AM
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There is a video leaked by an anonymous named "Viktor", where there was a Grey having an interview with ONE other person through telepathy. When the Interviewer was translating the Grey's thoughts, he stated, "...the body is a biological machine, a "vessel" for the spirit".

The actual interview can be found in Youtube, with the Grey and some military personnel standing around.



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 03:10 AM
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How come all species of penguins look the same?

It's a known fact people have trouble identifying those of other races.

Like how I would have trouble picking a Chinese man out of a police line-uo. Being Caucasian.

Now imagine trying to pick a being from a different species, instead of just race?

It's just like the penguin thing.

Granted theres supposed to be a handful of different races of greys, which can be differentiated between. But within a certain race group, it gets extremely hard.

There's nothing strange about it in my opinion.



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 03:51 AM
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Originally posted by Nola213
How come all species of penguins look the same?

It's a known fact people have trouble identifying those of other races.

Like how I would have trouble picking a Chinese man out of a police line-uo. Being Caucasian.

Now imagine trying to pick a being from a different species, instead of just race?

It's just like the penguin thing.

Granted theres supposed to be a handful of different races of greys, which can be differentiated between. But within a certain race group, it gets extremely hard.

There's nothing strange about it in my opinion.


Thank you soo much, that was exactly what I was saying...



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 05:25 AM
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Originally posted by Diplomat
Why would an advanced race all look the same?

What does everyone think about this?


Well, they don't look the same. Just as some people think that all Japanes people look the same or Chinese it is a generalisation of appearance.
How many "greys" did you encounter. I guess none, just as I have. Once I had a dream with grey midgetlike cratures and even they did not look the same.

These kind of thoughts. Why do ET's this or that or look so and so are nonsensical and based upon a lot of images and stories on internet. We don not know!



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 06:25 AM
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i think its more like how white people think that all asian people look alike. But i bet asian people think all white people look the same. But we know we dont really all look the same.

Perhaps the greys have distinct features that we just dont pick up on, giving us the impression that they all look alike.

And perhaps a super advanced race do all look alike, perhaps they are to the point of cloning and have bred a superior race. We dont know, so i wouldnt put it past those cheeky buggers.

and as far as being to tell eachother apart, i guess that where the telekinesis thing comes into play.

[edit on 30-11-2007 by Odessy]



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 06:31 AM
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I would agree with you except...


That as a 5 or 6 year old kid, I saw like 4 of them things in my room.
Yeah..thought it was a nightmare and so did my folks.

Id scream, they would run back into the closet and what have you..

My folks would run back into the room and tell me to calm down..

Then one sat in my rocking chair a small ways away from my bed, and when my dad ran in that time, the chair was rocking.

I would love to write this one off as a nightmare. I would love to write this off as some bad food or some bizzare chemical in my toothpaste...

Im 42 now...after reading streibers account and his description of the hats and coats which I usually ommit because people think your half nuts when bring it up...I put the damm book down in fear, and realized one of two things,

They are either real

or

They are a common psychological experience related to only God knows what.

Grays not real..hardly. My bottom dollar, my word and my sanity...a horrific experience that ranks as the most scarey event early in my life and with no pre bias or exposure of any kind.

It was pure, raw, maximum, unbridled fear of the highest sort. Terrifying!

Peace

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posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 07:01 AM
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Hi HIFIGUY. I don't wish to sound rude or confrontational, and I think it's only fair I say that I don't belive alien abductions are done by ETs, however, why is this experience so terrible? Surley if it really is real, then you're meeting an ET race for the first time, all the things you could ask, learn etc?



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 07:06 AM
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Originally posted by HIFIGUY
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They are a common psychological experience related to only God knows what.


I have expressed an idea quite like that in another thread; buried somewhere here in ATS.

Possibly, they are a naturally occurring phenomena, maybe inter-dimensional, that is simply so alien to our perceptions, that the only way it can be described is some kind of biological memories. Some researchers have theorized the existence of "shared memory" amongst races and cultures. It is interesting to note that as our civilization becomes increasingly technical, we may be morphing our elves, pixies, succubus, etc....into extra-terrestrial visitors.

A previous poster in this thread made a very good observation. Our minds may simply not be able to distinguish between individuals of this sort. Every single human being relies on generalizations, patterns, and assumptions in order to make sense of the world and our perceptions. Without some type of framework, or past experience, descriptions of these events and experiences will typically not make sense to non-experiencers. And may help explain the wide ranging descriptions of such events.



posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 07:14 AM
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thousands of years from now, as the races interbreed, there will be a common similar look to the human appearance, much the same way individual races have similar appearance now.

you've never heard 'they all look the same, i cant tell em apart'?

the greys, if they do exist, would elicit a similar reaction, their individual differentiation would be there, but to someone outside the exposure to their everyday culture and presence would believe they all 'look the same'

take hedgehogs, for example, they all really look the same, dont they? it takes a little more careful observation and familiarity to identify individuals among them. this can be applied to any animal species, the differentiation is there.

but thats not why greys are probably a myth, there are many more plausible reasons why that is so.



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