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the point im try to make here is that a civ millions of years in advance of our own would have tech sufficient enought to circumvent first hand obsevation!
if scientists could moniter events with the same precision as a feild operative from their respective laboratories there would be no need to risk feild work.
Originally posted by SINGULARITY
1. technology- having the technology to reach our planet alone is so far ahead of our own tech that one is hard pressed to see a reason an advanced civ would be interested past initial observation. to beleive they would be is a human idea called self importance! unless ofcourse you belieive the aliens originate here in our own solar system? which i find hard to beleive!
2. justification- how would an advanced civ justify itself in an ongoing of human orifices when they could simple take a few dozen and be done with it? it isnt hard to reproduce humans in a controlled invironment is it?
3. manpower- if there here there everywhere,right? wouldnt it lead to follow that if they seen fit to come here they would also be interested in the countless other species populating the various eden's of the universe?
in order for that to be possible it would take one helluva staff to simply handle the logisticleproblems involed wouldnt it?
conveinience- wouldnt it be easier to moniter our civ from home. we have the hubble im sure they have the hubble to the tenth power, correct?
why then should they feel a need for an ongoing presence?