posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 03:48 PM
What does everyone think of the theory that the "Greys" are the evolution of a cetecean species, like dophins and whales here on Earth?
"The skin of a Grey is very similar to that of dolphins in texture, and in most cases, coloration. On Terra, cetaceans evolved legs and arms to
function on land, but when they returned to the oceans, the arms and legs evolved into flippers and tails. X-ray analysis clearly show the residual
appendages in modern day dolphins and whales as being comparable in skeletal structure to that of land-dwelling mammals in placement and types of
bones. It is possible that the Greys evolved much like Terran dolphins did, but did not return to the oceans, but continued to develop as a land based
mammal. Next is the skull shape: The Greys have a large rounded skull region area on the upperanterior and posterior sections of their skulls. An
examination of the dolphin skull shows very similar large, rounded anterior and posterior areas. The eyes of Greys are described as large and black,
with what appears to be a protective shielding covering the eye. Many Terran aquatic animals have developed protective outer eye shields for
Also, there appears to be three types of "Greys", each of which claiming to be from different solar systems: There are the ones from the Zeta
Reticuli 2 star system, the ones from the Orion star system, and the ones from the Bellatrix star system. Whether these are three different, simliar
species or that two of them are colonies of the original star system, no one knows.
I do find it interesting, though, that no one has ever said what the "Greys" call themselves, or what names they've given the star systems they've
told us they're from. For that matter, what do they call our star system? What do they call our species? The langauage aspect is a tantalizing
missing piece of evidence that remains missing...