Hi Tetratoma, it has been a while since we've crossed paths! How lovely to see you on this thread!
I know sometimes my posts are a bit off-center, thank you so much for taking the time to address this topic with me.
Originally posted by Teratoma
reply to post by GENERAL EYES
I think if these species and bloodlines exist, then strict protocols would be in place to ensure that these types of challenges just don't happen.
I agree! I've been trying to piece together possible explanations myself for a breach of protocol. I might even be barking up the wrong tree here,
but the hypothetical scenario presented itself to me, and try as I might, I didn't want to make notes on the issue without a bit of additional
From what I understand, the EBEs are worker-drones who move in a somewhat robotic fashion and might have a consciousness that's connected to a
"hive-mind" and no true ego of their own. I imagine their operations would be orchestrated to keep them from ever crossing paths with the wrong
Understood - we're still on the same page in regards to Grey behavior and theory. I'll see what I can dig up further on the subject, but it's a bit
of a personal challange because I'm still getting the hang of search features and this whole "internet" thing.
Unless you're describing a scenario like that which might be possible at some underground facility like Dulce where some dino-descended
military fat-cat doesn't like the way things are being handled in pod 6G ("G" for "gray").
This is touching on some subject matter I should probably look a bit deeper into. Thank you.
And as for blue-blood vs blue-blood, perhaps this is where ridiculous rituals of "gentlemen" challenging each other "to the death" came
from. Taking off your dandy white glove and swatting a guy with it could be symbolic of slapping them with a husk of your freshly-shed skin, which I
imagine would be quite offensive to a dino.
Alright, we're on the same page here as well. I have always had the impression that such tradtions were maintained within their heirarchy. Proper
codes of conduct does seem to be of the utmost importance to them.
So actually, I'd like to hear you elaborate on just what kind of scenario you have in mind, if you don't mind.
A training or testing excercise where the "Hive Mind" of the worker drones are sent out in response to the behavior of another entity (for arguments
sake we'll say a rep/hybrid humanoid who is topside but under watch by various agencies) because the hybrid is not "acting in a way deemed
desirable" or "needs to be tested further" or even something a simple as a routine stimulus/response test by theoretical 'Head Dino" of that
particular type of Operations within the Military Industrial Complex and it's subjects.
Not that the attack is to the death, mind you. It was just decided that a worker drone with a high telepathic influence would best suit the needs of
the particular test.
The isolated rep/hybrid, on the other hand, feeling threatened and attacked (but maintaining an individual will and mind of it's own) senses the
attack and wonders how to properly defend, adapt and or reply to what it percieves as a threat without violating any established universal
It may be a case where the topside entity is undergoing a right of passage or personality evaluation, and the military complex is just running on
"old data, the wrong data, or influenced by other factors" that lead said isolated hybrid to begin systematically questioning the reason for such an
experience and thus build an appropriate psychological/physical defense mechanism in case future situations of this nature became routine norm.
*In defense of our Dino-General, it might be nothing more than a routine intelligence gathering excercise on a particular test subject.
I hope that didn't go too far, too fast.
I'm actually quite nervous, because presenting scenarios of this nature aren't always "in line" with the normal and accepted jargon of other
groups, and I've been having trouble finding the types of literature (fictional and/or exploratory science) that satisfy my curiousity.
Not that I have a problem with Sci-Fi novels and series, but I'm sort of stuck in the Asimov, Heinlein, Bradbury, Clarke and original Herbert works.
I can't seem to "wrap my head around a lot of the newer works.
I'm still trying to maintain an actual, theorteical scenario based on known and suspected government programs that may or may not exist until I find
a comprehensive casefile or document archive that is available to serious, discreet and trustworthy parties in this field of research.
But then again, getting those access passes requires a lot of time and patience and the right connections, and I'm a bit limited on resources at the
Thanks so much for entertaining this thread and scenario!