Originally posted by anon72
I hadn'g thought of it like that. Wow. Interesting take on it. Including UFO's? Really.
As I see it, there are several million species of animate creatures on this planet that are very highly evolved in their own way... Humanity just
it's the crowning glory of evolution — but the fact is that the other creatures of Earth KNEW
how to coexist and maintain
ecological balance for hundreds of millions of years before Humankind ever showed up. They got on quite brilliantly, as a matter of fact, adapting to
the Earth's perfectly natural changes in climate.
But look at Humankind — scarcely 7 million years old, but we are so out-of-touch with Nature that we have to wrack our brains figuring out how to
with it. And every time we attempt to fix
Nature (which aint broke), we only succeed in damaging it further.
As "intelligent" species go, we're the retårded kids
on the block.
If it wasn't so goddamned serious a problem, it would almost be comical, the way we tumor-brained apes go scampering and babbling about, pretending
to know the difference between "right & wrong," but not having a fekking notion
of how to live in harmony with our planet.
And, yes, I think that the so-called "UFO aliens" aren't from outer space
at all. Given all the evidence of their existence, the only
logical conclusion one can make is that they evolved on Earth.
Perhaps they are examples of another intelligent
Earth species that did
learn how to live in harmony with the planet, maybe by learning
how to slip in-and-out of and in-between
Just a thought.
The exactly correct
thought, as it happens, but still just a thought.
— Doc Velocity