posted on Oct, 9 2008 @ 08:47 PM
Even if "they" did actually come, they're not going to "help us", and they probably "cant" even if they wanted to.
To assume that intelligence evolves in a linear fashion, ie; that anything more intelligent than a human being had to have the intelligence EQUAL to a
human being at some point in the distant past. This would mean there's one linear path of heightened intelligence. I don't know if this is true or
not, but lets assume it is true for this point im about to make.
When we, educated humans, are in the wilderness of our own planet Earth, we take extremely great care not to get involved in the lives of the animals
we study and document. If we follow a mother lioness and her cubs as they struggle to survive, videotaping it, as a point of ethics we do not
interfere when a predator animal comes along and kills the mother lioness, or more commonly her cub(s). We watch these types of nature documentaries
all the time, and one of the unspoken rules is always leave nature alone! and not to interfere because, we were not meant to do so, and doing
so will upset the balance or equillibrium of our relationship with nature.
Thus, an alien civilization even more intelligent than we are, vastly more intelligent, would likely follow the same code of ethics so to speak. If
they have the capability to navigate the stars in any reason amount of time, they must have to take a strict oath of non-interference in other
creature's affairs no matter how bad their situation may be. Or, maybe they can only interact to a certain small degree, like crop circle pictures
and the like. Communication but no physical contact. Mental speech but no verbal speech. Just some ideas..
For example; lets say us humans send a manned spacecraft up to Mars, which we are planning to do, hopefully within the next 40 years, lol. Despite not
picking up any pictures or footage of life on the planet, let's say there is actual life there, but it is not advanced at all. Let's say that there
is some race of subterrainian cavern dwellers who live off of the pools of water which collect below the planet's surface. This would be why there
are no big structures or groups of beings walking around in any of the pictures sent back by the Rover.
Ok, now that we have established the background story, what do you think the Human astronauts would do? The aliens im refering to here would look
exactly like humans, except shorter, thinner, more curve in their spine, and much more pale? oh yes, and bald too. Imagine a grey, except he is 5 foot
4 inches tall, has a young mans' stature, has a head that's actually proportionate to his body, is bald and pale, yet looks identical to a human
being in the face and body structure. 5 fingers, 5 toes, identical set of organs that function like ours, etc. Obviously in this fictional scenario,
who'ever seeded the Earth with men did so with Mars also. But anyways... if our Astronauts saw them from low orbit, but did not get spotted by the
Martians, what do you think they'd do?
I think the Astronauts would either land in an isolated portion of the planet and attempt to go unnoticed, or to turn around and head back to Earth.
What I DONT think they'd do is meet and greet with the Martians purposefully playing that Ancient Astronaut role that the Anunnaki did. Because we
humans, we know the impact that such a thing could have on a people. They'd literally consider us Gods and consider our planet Heaven. We know that
they'd consider us Gods because of experiences such as helicopter/airplane fly-by's of uncontacted, amazonian tribes in the South American
rainforests. If we did the same thing except on another PLANET .. the effect would be multiplied by hundreds and hundreds. They'd worship us, start a
religion around us, consider us Gods, etc. Their women would throw themselves at us. The offspring created would be so much superior to their
pure-Martian bretheren due to the blood. Sound familiar to anyone? Heheh.. this is knda where the Earth's creation story according to the Sumerians
Bottom line: they will not contact us with a communication, unless perhaps on a generic medium, and if so, with a generic message for everyone.