posted on Jul, 2 2008 @ 01:58 PM
Originally posted by buds84
face it, humans are not that high on intelligence.
I beg to differ.
We have no "baseline" comparison other than other animals on our planet. Which, arguably have far more wisdom (even if they aren't conscious of
it) than we do.
Furthermore, what is Intelligence? How do you define it in quantifiable means - or even qualitative means?
there might be animals that are smarter than us, a lot of animals are telepathic.
And we are connected by an extra-universal system that is actually an extension of our physiology and is capable of manipulating events in our
universe in ways we do not yet completely understand. furthermore, our entire species is preserved in the physics of another universe connected to
and influencing our own (which is a combination of two or more universes converging on each other). Thus, even if our entire species is eliminated
from this physical universe, it will start bringing about minor fluctuations in the universe to "remanifest" itself.
Let's see the little gray bastards do that.
Of course, I can only show evidence that indicates a correlation with human will with fluctuations in "quantum" events outside of what is considered
What ever retarded scientists still think that humans and earth are the center of the universe should be slapped out of their Illuminati
It is a fool that forsakes one form of brainwashing for a system of brainwashing against brainwashing. While humans aren't the center of the
universe, we sure as hell have a lot more capacity than many give us credit for. Go ahead and submit to aliens if you wish... perhaps they will train
you to go get the news-roid or something and they will give you an orgasm like we pat a dog on the head.
So far, human intelligence has only been shown to be limited by one's own willingness to compete on an intellectual level. If you don't have the
drive to compete.... then you will be of lesser intelligence than those around you. If you have that drive - you are only limited by your
You can't say reptilians cant evolve into smart humanoids, on another planet far away it wont be exactly like earth.
We agree on something. It's rather silly to say that aliens can/can't evolve on other planets when we only have direct experience with our own, and
very limited experience with the few that are close to us. We haven't even seen planets outside of our own solar system spare a couple pixels. We
have no clue what all kinds of environments exist out there, and we have no clue what all kinds of life there are out there. Life may exist elsewhere
in our own sector that is not based on amino acids and proteins - but may be based on crystalline actions/reactions. It may be based on something
entirely different - some chemical reactions we've never witnessed before.