posted on Apr, 5 2004 @ 12:56 PM
Ok, here's something that's going to be hard for some people to do. Let's play "pretend" and forget all you "know" about aliens.
Forget the theories about the reptoids being a dominate race using the greys in their quest to dominate Earth by morphing into all of our world
leaders and anyone of any importaince which only a few people can tell they're actually reptoids and can't back up their claims with any evidence.
Let's just start with a blank slate.
Imagine, if you will, we're a interstellar spacefaring race. And we're explorers. Oh, yeah, and we're not human, with all of our human tendancies.
We're a totally different race of being. Let's say we're the gerbil people. We are playful and like to explore things. But smarter. As we're
scanning deep space with our scanners, we notice a strange signature coming from a planet which we suspect harbors primitive life. We've been
detecting radio waves in increasing strength coming from this little world, and so we're observing it from a distance, watching as these non-gerbil
people develop as a society. That's where we are when we recieve this strange reading.
The reading is that of an our of control atomic reaction. Something which has a larger destructive force on the atomic level then anything observed on
this little rock before. And shortly after the first, there's a second. This warrents some investigation. What the heck happened down there?
Now we, the gerbil people, start to check out this planet through first hand observation, trying to see what was going on. As the clues come together,
we realize it was actually a weapon, released by these non-gerbil beings on themselves. Curious. Why would they do that? Ahh, war, one country is
trying to kill of another country. Look at all those primitive flying and floating devices firing explosives and pieces of metal at eachother. But it
ends rather quickly after begining observations.
By observing radio transmissions, and translating their strange, flowing language, we begin to realize which nation fired off these run away nuclear
reactions. We start observing this nation, assuming it's the aggressor. After all, it did drop those bombs, and is occupying 2 other countries.
We watch for a few more years, and see the little guys try to develop a world order of law to keep these wars from happening. Well, that's what we
hear from intercepted transmissions. But immediatelly, these people vote, and the aggressor is back in another country killing their fellow
non-gerbils. After several years it happens again. And again. But these recent times are different. It's like they like to fight these wars for the
sake of the war. They fight fight fight, and then leave, allowing the same situation to crop up again.
Now, our superior gerbil mentality tells us a few things from this. First off, this seems to be a scientific warrior race of beings. They seem to
like to fight. From our observations, even individuals in the same countries fight and kill one another. And there are places for these little
creatures to turn their own bodies into weapons. This is a very agressive race. And if they were all to unite under a common goal, they would be
dangerous indeed. So why on Gerbilton would we expose ourselves to these creatures? We wouldn't, we will observe and plan on what to do if they ever
start trying to conquor space.
Just another idea to fling around in your brains. Just remember, all of our facts about aliens are actually just theories.