posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:56 PM
I'm so glad they didn't use any British builders to do the job on the pyramids, it would have been over priced, they'd never have turned up on time
and would have left the job half built.
The problem for me on this issue, is the evidence in itself. What alien race would actually use planes, gliders or rockets? This is what's restricting
us as a species in exploring outer space.
I can see many people throughout history making models or images of what we can describe as gliders or planes by watching birds. Most people would
have at least thought what it would feel like to fly like a bird. It doesn't take much imagination or creativity to copy the shape of the bird, build
basic models out of wood and try to make them glide. Through development, they would eventually create rear fins to stabilise the object.
However making something on a larger scale in order to carry people would need more precision, maybe that was the stumbling point.
It's very interesting though.
Edit: Also on the alien representations, they are humanoid, look at paintings in any gallery, you will see many interpretations of "man" they aren't
true photographic representations. When you take mythology and belief into account, no wonder there are some wacky representations.
edit on 28-11-2010 by JonoEnglish because: (no reason given)
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