posted on Jul, 28 2008 @ 02:11 PM
I have ZERO belief in any conspiracy theory about UFOs.
This is my own belief, based purely on logic and that I cannot possibly know information of which someone has no interest in letting me know -- takes
a moment to make sense of that.
Every week, we find more earth-like stars, and now we even find planets that could possibly be like earth. So it's pretty likely, that the Universe
is teaming with life. Even if life exists at 1 in a million planets. We would likely have a million planets with life in this galaxy alone.
So, I think it is inevitable, that there is life on other planets. And with the apparent age of this Universe, which may or may not be infinite -- but
of course, something is infinite, of which we are apart. Then there is going to be life superior to ours, and there will be advanced life 10,000 years
ahead, 100,000 years ahead and many millions of years ahead.
Therefore, the chance that there is life superior to humans is 1. A certainty. If that is 1, in an infinite Universe, there is many more than 1
We have seen no signals from space. This isn't too surprising, because from our own history, after only about 50 years with radio waves, we are now
using the spectrum in more complicated waves. Chances are, in another 20 years, there will not be a compressed, multiplexed and encoded signal that
would not look like background noise to another civilization. But, wouldn't an advanced and curious race make radio signals that were intended to be
encoded and send them out? Probably
So, NOT finding ANY examples of intelligent life, tells me that there must be some over-arching organization of intelligent races that makes sure we
do not find evidence. I'm sure that sounds like an oxy-moronic self-justifying rationale for a conspiracy theorist. But I think if you have a perfect
likelihood of advanced civilization but no sign of any, then the more advanced civilizations must be contacting the recently radio-ready civilization
and guaranteeing that they keep an embargo on communications that would interfere with undeveloped, sentient species.
SETI will not find anything, until someone says it is OK to find something at that someone is not on earth. Humanity must have been contacted for the
simple concept that EVERY advanced race that can contact other races gets contacted. The reason for not letting a developing sentience think that
there are "Gods" and monsters besides the one's they create out of their own struggles on their own planets, I think are too numerous to bother
I certainly can see why there would be a policy not to let people know that some super-alien is going to bail them out. We'd be whining that someone
didn't solve our cancer issue and blaming them for death -- instead of learning how to solve it ourselves. Such a dependency would crush any
development on earth, and make everyone part of a cult, presuming "what the aliens want." We have enough of that already.
>> So, going with the certainty that humanity has been contacted -- and that you can assume the government is covering it up, and that is the same
rule for EVERY undeveloped sentient species. Then, looking at the failure of missile shield technology -- whatever knowledge they've imparted has not
made it to our MAIN military. The President is out of the loop. There must be two governments.
The shadow government would put in their own "conspiracy theorists" and these people, with knowledge we don't have, could easily become the
legitimate authorities. Doing enough disinformation to keep the mainstream from believing them. The Book 1984 showed us that the main dissent group
was the government. A downside of policy, would of course be corruption in the privileged classes.
If you KNEW actual facts, and were not working for the government -- you would be ridiculed. If that didn't work you would be dead.
Therefore: Dead conspiracy theorists are more likely to NOT be working for disinformation -- crackpots aside.