posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 11:16 AM
Consider this, the universe is an infinite entity all in it's own, we as human's cannot fathom/comprehend an infinite item..
Now consider, the mentality of the majority of humanity. most people go with what they can see, touch, taste, hear, and smell, their 5 sense guide
A maority of people go through life beieving what they are told by "learned" people who have spent time reading and studying books. Don't get me
wrong, education is great, but, it seems to kill people's open-mindedness in things. Perhaps it is religeon that does this to us as well.
Now I know not the exact time-lines that we thought the earth was the center of the universe, and then that was changed. Then we thought the sun was
the center of everything and the world was flat.
Obviously, time has moved on, and our ideals have changed. Now we realise we are a infinitly tiny drop in a infinitly massive multi-verse.
So along those lines. What is to say that we are the only ones or were the only ones to have a civilisation on the infinit size of things.
Now, to either back-step or step forward, not sure which.. Our Governments keep information from the mass populace because, for the most part, the
average person wouldn't take the concepts laid out above very well. it would destroy religeon, among other things.. or so they believe.
We can debate the reality of ET, and ET civilisations until we are blue in the face.. Either evidence must be so abundant that yes it does exist, and
cannot be ignored, or out governments will continue hiding the evidence from us, as it's small evidence, and can easily be hidden.
As it continues tho, our governments will continue to "shield" information from us.. it is retarding our growth as a whole, and keeps us under the
thumb they deem we should sit under.
Until such a time as a large UFO hovers over a large city, in the middle of day, for all to see, and grey men emerge from that said craft, and begin
interacting with people on a large scale, the Governments will contiue to "sheidl" us.
Thats my $10 thoughts, but after market shrinkage, and such.. turns out to be $0.02