Originally posted by jay.mo
as im aware no on the web bots for 16 year olds that are drunk, and what im saying is the aliens that are reportedly doing tests on humans, is not
obvious that they are looking for something, if they are using electronic tech they are obviously not looking for our electronic tech, then they are
looking for something else that humans have perhaps in our brains through such things like enlightenment which they might not find because they might
be lacking a belief system because of tech and a foundation of morals. because if its tech it doesn't matter if your spiritually bad, without beliefs
and morals anyways. which i believe might be why they are abandoned by god. i mean somebody had to create them if it took belief for enlightenment and
they didnt have any except for scientifilogical beliefs they could be abandoned, sorry for the weird word and crappy grammar.
It's reasonable to conclude that any species that has deeply investigated and applied technological development,
has as well, deeply investigated and applied moral codes and philosophies at GREAT length.
Perhaps the imperative for their need in what they're trying to accomplish through their abductions, in their mind, surpass the need to adhere to OUR
Perhaps their philosophy they've concluded to use, is the prime philosophy, and is one that does not include our comfort and pleasure, at this
Perhaps their philosophy actually includes suffering of others to derive their OWN comfort and pleasure.
Do human scientists "get off" on their experiments on lab rats while the rats suffer, but in the end produce a cure for a human disease, or
prolonged human life, or in the least, insight?
do they directly "get off" on the rat's suffering?
Would they get off on the suffering of a being who is more conscious of what is happening to it? Or has a more developed and sensitive nervous
I think most do not.
Or some may figure out how to eventually.
I think it's narrow sighted to think in a "good or bad" "commandments vs. science" mentality when looking at situations as broad and complex as
what could be going on during abductions.
They might not just be physical experiments / harvesting.
The experiments may have as broad a study base as the "soul", or biological effects through time, EM conditions, psychological effects of
situations, etc.. the possibilities are endless.
[edit on 7-11-2008 by prevenge]