posted on May, 20 2008 @ 01:22 PM
reply to post by jkrog08
The rate of advancement has nothing to do with Roswell. WE have been advancing at a rapid rate since the dawn of the industrial revolution. In 1765
Arkwright invented the Spinning Jenny, at that time people were weaving cloth by hand and spinning wool the same way. In 1779 Crompton inventend the
mule which automated spinning and weaving and in that same year the first steam powered mill opened. Within a space of 14 years man went from weaving
in his home to working on mass in huge factories where every process of the cloth making procedure was automated. I am sure that in that year people
thought that we was progressing to fast. Another example is that at the start of the first world war the allies were using horse power on the
battlefield four years later the tank was king.
What I am saying is that what we see happening today is simply an extension of the progress that has been speeding onwards since the eighteenth
century. We have seen the birth of the silicon chip and all of the advances made through that invention and now we are turning our attention to
biology. Yes we are moving fast but it is all through our own innovation.
I am not saying that Roswell never happened (Something happened there) but if we did find something in that desert we would need the raw materials to
recreate it. So maybe we got some ideas from the crashed craft but there is no way that we could copy it exactly. And while we was attempting to make
our own version of that tech using the technology that we already posses then progress marches on