posted on May, 17 2009 @ 12:55 PM
Wow did this thread explode. I'm trying to catch up! Okay, here are some questions and points:
1. Don't we already have enough weaponry to take out the entire earth? And in all honesty, if more energy means we can take out the entire... say...
universe, we wouldn't really care about anything past earth anyway. I'm not saying that is right, but that's how humans work. I would hope that if
we did create something that powerful, the ETs (if they exist, are intelligent, can communicate, etc) would do something to stop us. I don't think
they -would- hand over something that dangerous. But I also think that if a weapon that powerful was created, it would never be used until things
became so horrible that it was like a suicide for humanity. Not that we should also kill everything on our planet, but that's how humans think. I
always bring up nukes, because everyone always threatens with them, and we say "OH NOOO IRAN HAS WEAPONS!" or whatever, but they never use them.
They probably won't. Because if you use one, chances are you're getting nuked right back. We just use them as a scare tactic. And that's what I
wrote my college essay on because it makes me angry. I don't think we use even half of our most dangerous weapons. We're too scared.
2. We should be working on our own energy technology, and the reason why we're not progressing more is money. That's where the money comes in. I
don't think that money is behind the reason why UFO technology is out in the open, -specifically-. But I know that energy is why we are still using
fossil fuels. People enjoy drama. The people in power enjoy having lots of money from making us, the not-rich, pay for lots of things. So, fuel is
right up there, and if everyone could have it, a small handful of people would be out of luck. I say "oh well." They say "That's not fair, we
don't want to be poor like you! We don't care about the environment! Or fairness!" Funny, right?
3. You are all such great writers and it astounds me, moving on.
4. I think that the ships can be deconstructed and re-engineered. I think this because I personally believe that if we do have UFOs owned by the
government/military/whatever, that we don't just have one. We have at least 20. And possibly a lot more, I have no idea. That's my guess, because in
case something happened to one, we would still want lots more for backup. So, question. If we have a good handful of UFOs, where did they come from?
Maybe one from a crash here, one from a crash there (why are these UFOs crashing -anyway-. I don't think it's by accident, and I don't think the
ETs are just giving them away to us. What do you think?). But the chances of finding one or two are pretty high. But the chances of finding 20 in
perfectly working order are pretty low. Especially if they are -crashing-. That means part of it breaks. So we would have to repair it, and then make
more to fill in our stockpiles. I don't know if the ETs are just shipping in a ton of UFOs for us. That would be awfully nice, especially if the
stuff that runs them has the potential to destroy... us, stars, whatever.
um 5. Apparently the people on this planet -would- rather support habitat loss, cancer, all that awful stuff instead of giving out whatever free
technology they would have. It's like deforestation and population control and taxes, all at once. Awesome.
6. If there is free energy, which there probably is, why hasn't the formula been leaked somehow by some guy hoping to get rich off it?
7. And oil. Eventually there will be no more, correct? What happens then? Do they keep denying free energy and come up with a new energy to make us
pay for? Why not just make us pay for their free energy...?
8. Even if there is free energy that we can have, for free, you bet your bottom dollar that they will come up with something awful to charge us more
for. Food, clothes, healthcare. You can live without fuel for your car, and at this point you can power your house with wind or solar energy. But what
about the things we need to live? They'll probably give us all ugly barcode tattoos at birth, and when we are to get them removed at age 10, they
will charge us a million a pop. Something like that.
This discussion is amazing!