posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 08:12 AM
reply to post by Gorman91
You're making some assumption there. Not that I'm not, but yours aren't any better than mine. Stories say they mixed their DNA with ours, stories
say they did have sex with us. So what I said is not farfetched. Why on earth would they not have need for sex? Sure, there might be few species who
stopped doing that, or never did that at all, but just because you're advanced enough to travel from another solar system to another, or create a new
species, it doesn't mean you wouldn't have need for sex. Some conspiracy theorists say even we are able to do that. Have people in the know stopped
having need for sex? I doubt that. If the general population is told about this technology, would we stop having the need for sex? Not for many, many
thousands of years. If ever. Whose to say these aliens aren't fairly new to this technology? And just because we tend to make most of the work with
robots, it doesn't mean some other species would care about making robots for everything.
I watched the video. What proof do you have that something like that is possible? Well, let's assume it is. You could travel in universe, you could
create a life-form, you could create badass robots, but it doesn't mean you're even nearly as advanced to have some liquid that grows factories from
the ground. That's like comparing to creating a fire and and a car. And speaking of cars. Do we have robots that collect all the recources that are
needed to build the car? Of course not.
A human can kill yes. Which is deadlier, a pissed off human with a stick, or a messed up robot? Well, I didn't really mean that the robot would
suddenly take a gun at you. I meant technical problems that could end up in fatalities.
My opinion is mostly based on what I would do. If I wanted a huge load of stuff from the nature and was too lazy to do it myself, I'd rather create a
life-form who lives in the nature and who could find it easily. I wouldn't bother programming a robot that could detect all the stuff I wanted,
collect it, bring it to me, repeat. All that without breaking apart, and also recreating itself out of "nothing" in the mean time. While the work
would start much later than with robots, in the long run, it's more profitable. And to fuel the fire, if you're saying it's possible to have this
superliquid that grows factories, then they could have the technology to grow humans to their twenties and plant skills in his brains, in just a
matter of minutes.