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This is a realistic example of the facts surrounding disclosure & it's implications

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posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 01:02 AM
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Hello,

I'm making this thread to share my thoughts and the logical thinking of this subject. Hopefully some of you can understand the main points behind this:

1. An Alien craft (Or fleet), capable of travelling millions of light years through space, to find a floating blue orb would be less concerned with it's native inhabitants any more so than it would regard any other form of floral life, or the riots happening in the streets if it wanted to get closer to announce it's presence. Most people are too self centered to comprehend the idea of a civilization, far more advanced and intelligent than they, wouldn't stop by or have more important tasks at hand...

2. The proof of life existing on another planet is already here. The simple fact we exist, is the only proof we need to know sentient life is capable of existing as long as it's environment can sustain it (eg natural selection: what doesn't grow stronger dies) as humans aren't special, and the circumstances that maintain our existence exists thousands of times over outside of our view.

If you disagree feel free to post why.

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posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 01:20 AM
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I totally agree with point 2. Life is everywhere in the universe I bet, I am just not sure the chances we run into any of it are very high. The universe is massive and to think we're the best thing in all of it would be a very depressing thought.



posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 01:57 AM
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Dear empathy5975

I know my idea sounds rather like star trek; however it is likely they have come across other civilizations on there travels.

So being as advanced as they are they will have formulated a protocol for dealing with such encounters.

They would observe that we are in the nuclear age, so therefore it would not be a really good idea for them to hand out the plans for an anti matter drive etc,.

That is if they didn’t seed this planet in the first place.



posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 04:38 AM
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Originally posted by empathy5975
2. The proof of life existing on another planet is already here. The simple fact we exist, is the only proof we need to know sentient life is capable of existing as long as it's environment can sustain it (eg natural selection: what doesn't grow stronger dies) as humans aren't special, and the circumstances that maintain our existence exists thousands of times over outside of our view.

What proof?

You cannot claim that there is proof for something, without actually having another example. You can theorize, hypothesize and possibly claim its evidence. In short, you cannot draw a line between a dot and nothing. You need another dot.

With just said dot, you'd be stuck in circle-logic, saying that the proof is there because there is proof.



posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 06:06 AM
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I completely agree with you, especially at point 2. I am quite skeptical when it comes to any evidence or witnesses, but IMHO common sense dictates that if we are here then there are certain to be others elsewhere. Whether we have already encountered them or not is another question.



posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 06:10 AM
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So what are they getting from following such protocol or caring the least bit about wether we are in a nuclear age or not. If you have a race of beings that are capable of conquering the galaxy why wouldn't they just wipe us out and make sure we didn't destroy the planet before they could use it themselves?




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