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Why are aliens always naked

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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:20 AM
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It is because they have a construct body! Catch one, cut it open; well, first do a little probing, then cut it open. You will find they are a combination of Cow, Human, and other such collected DNA.

Remember the case of the man mutilated in South America? Remember all the cow mutilations? Yeah, parts is parts to them; they really do not even value the physical form because they do not have a soul.

They obviously do not eat, based on anything I have ever read. Some have speculated that they absorb nutrients through their skins, they don't!

They are not from this dimension and they are not from "Outer Space", they wouldn't survive out there any more than we could. They zip into this dimension and zip out, all the while trying to master a way to bring over all their little extended Demon Family!

MOOOOOOO!




posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:22 AM
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I believe ETs have mastered the art of phase shfting into other dimensions, teleportation, high speed space travel (ie. space elevators); and I would imagine that clothing would interfere with all of that.

clothing to a visiitor would be like a ninja wearing a suit of plate armor. totally defeats the purpose of their being.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:22 AM
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op is prude

just my two cents. We should ALL be naked, weather permitting, but when nice outside why not!

so who gives a F*** if aliens are naked or not. personally Im waiting for the green Orion girls to show up!!



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:24 AM
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Are these all facts?

cause my Party theory is just as valid...

And if you could jump dimentions then why the spaceships with rave lights?


I bet if you really wanna catch an alien, get a box with a string and a stick..... tie the string to the stick... now hide far away... put some alien porn and a bottle of jack daniels under the box.....

If you don't have alien porn just ask Xia she has some... don't judge her



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:24 AM
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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:24 AM
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Originally posted by KingAtlas
Uhm it can't be a nano suit, once a chemical bond is made at a atomic level the bond cant simply be broken, it would be good to put it on like you say, but to take it off would be insanely harder


A nano suit would easily come off when a signal is sent to the tech to deactivate. I am sure a nano suit would be immune to emp, or at least if I was a wearer of one, I would hope it would.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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We shed our skin continually.

If we were to bond a nanosuit/metamaterial-suit to the outer layer of skin cells on our bodies, the bond would be naturally lost, as the cells are shed and the suit would be shed the same way.

Of course, it is probably more technical than that, inasmuch as the nano-suit is probably made of individual, cell/atom sized 'machines' that re-orientate to the wearer, to prevent the suit shedding at an inconvenient time (along with the shedding of skin cells).

So, it can and probably is a nanosuit.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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I don't think OP is a prude you missed the Mental alien porn and Barry white...



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:32 AM
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okay im not debating nano tech, im having too much fun, just google it you will see...

Anyways...


I think if say the aliens don't think of being naked as a bad thing, they are just comfortable, well... i am glad we debunked their genitals away.

Coming down here mutilating our cows and messing with our corn fields all while naked.... or possible space condom... sounds like they are teenagers.... F N teenage aliens



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:36 AM
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You're mistaken.

Animal and plant cells have been and continue to be successfully spliced.

Tomatoes incorporating fish genes is just one example, actually accomplished quite a while ago now.

Jellyfish and corn genes is another.

There are probably hundreds, if not thousands of other examples of animal/plant hybrids by now.

There are also plenty of artificially created animal-animal and plant-plant hybrids too.

A lot more is happening in genetics than was ever thought possible only 20 years or so ago, and the technology and knowledge is increasing at an exponential rate.

Think of the level of (public) computing technology only 10 years ago, now think what can be achieved today...faster progress has been made in genetics and hybridization of species.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:40 AM
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It's more a question of practicalities and environmental problems to overcome, than one of morality or human scruples or bias.

Why don't astronauts go naked when spacewalking? Is it human morality bias, or environmental issues?



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:44 AM
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Yes, were not talking about splicing thought but rather the integration of chlorophyll to produce animals that take nutrients from the sun. Which at this time is not a possibility with our knowledge now. Yes you can take GENES and splice them but the ability to turn light into energy is NOT a Gene but a Cellular trait. there is no photosynthesis gene.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:44 AM
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You know...it's often asked "Well, if ET is real, why don't they just land in Parliament square, or on the Whitehouse lawn, and show themselves to us?"

And you say;



It is because they have a construct body! Catch one, cut it open; well, first do a little probing, then cut it open.


And your's is unfortunately NOT an isolated attitude.

I think the answer to the often asked question is fairly obvious, wouldn't you agree?



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:48 AM
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You're better off asking your question in reverse to perhaps gain a better answer and/or understanding.

Why is it, Humans are the only living thing on Earth that wear clothes? We certainly seem to be the exception to the general natural-rule.


Clothes were made to stop lust so the PTB can control us better. After all, religions said we ought not 'do it' until marriage.

Clothes were not created for sanitary reasons. Oh no! It's for total control and probably a little bit of profit (manufacturing said-clothes)

If you think about it, clothes probably help keep germs alive and trapped a lot more than running butt naked would.

So....it appears aliens and animals and plants and bugs and birds are a lot more evolved than Humans!
Face it, Humans are total slaves to society!



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:52 AM
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Alright Im off to watch a movie and maybe sleep too...

Thanks for the laughs Xia, Mor... everyone else...

Just a reminder Xia is selling alien porn at discount rates if you enter the pin code 12w35x 20% discount ...

Keep smiling guys!!!



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:55 AM
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*wink* You know it!! I also know a guy who can get you a discount on alien raver condom suits. Have fun watching your movie King



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:58 AM
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Enjoy.

I could also recommend my US Debt in Toilet Paper reply in one of the meltdown topics for a nervous laugh.

It helps bringing some humour on these otherwise serious and sometimes scary boards.

And yes, Xia, I will be contacting you soon.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 09:58 AM
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Not all humans where clothing some just wear enough to protect parts of them from their environment. It is not all about TPB, some is about basic protections, that evolved into fancier for show designs that later incorporated function and fashion, and now it is against the societal image to revert back, because now the PTB are involved and need the income to line their pockets.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 10:06 AM
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I was answering a specific point that was mentioned.

The poster said that he/she didn't think animal and plant genetics can be incorporated into each other, because they are so different...i was answering that yes they can and have been.

Animals incorporating artificial photosynthesis is another matter entirely.

Although...you may be interested in reading this research from 12 years ago (a lifetime ago by genetics research standards)

Link: www.seaslugforum.net...



My name is Michael Rhodin and I am a freshman at Trinity College in Hartford CT. I am doing research on the possibility of introducing a working chloroplast into an animal cell to make it photosynthetic.


And as an aside, we humans actually have a (arguably) limited ability to photosynthesize to produce bodily requirements.

We need to have direct skin exposure to sunlight in order for our cells to produce natural vitamin D...so (arguably) this is a distant cousin of photosynthesis, although it is converting Solar energy into nutrients needed by our bodies. Not the same thing as what happens in plants granted, but along the same lines.

A bit of tweaking here and there, select plant and animal genes introduced and we may be able to perform a similar feat to plants.

We already have the opposite effect created artificially...we have created plant chimeras that incorporate animal genes, that allow the plants to bio-fluoresce or glow in the dark.

Much is possible in this area, and more discoveries are being made all the time.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 10:10 AM
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Originally posted by spikey
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Could be.

I'd speculate that they overcame the fitting problem using a method like you mention.

If the suit is made of a kind of spray on material, right before it's being worn, fitting issues wouldn't arise.

I'd be willing to bet it's more advanced than that though, something along the lines of nanotechnology. The wearer enters the 'suit' donning device, and the nanoscale machines cover the entire body in a thin, but very durable layer or layers.

I can't see them climbing into such a suit, as we would, but rather the suit climbs onto them, adjusting itself for any small deviations or differences among them. This would be the perfect pressure suit. Even pressures and temperatures throughout the surface of the body, very tough and durable, could excrete waste and gases through temporary 'pores', and be extremely flexible.

If it incorporated an advanced version with similar properties to what we human call 'meta-materials', they would be able to appear invisible and visible at will.


That sounds like a real possibility,
Us humans today have already developed plastics and materials that can heal itself,
So a temporary 'pore' for waste doesn't sound far fetched,
and i think meta materials for invisibility could be a real possibility



Originally posted by KingAtlas
Uhm it can't be a nano suit, once a chemical bond is made at a atomic level the bond cant simply be broken, it would be good to put it on like you say, but to take it off would be insanely harder


If they had the technology to put on a spray on/nano suit I am sure as hell they would have a way to take it off and recycle it







 
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