posted on Apr, 7 2011 @ 11:18 PM
Very interesting replies to this question.
A better question, however, might be: Humans, do you accept them?
As few fellow members have made blatantly clear in their responses, humans can't even accept each other's differences let alone think about
accepting a race from outside the planet. Let us be very clear on this issue. We are not even close to making any kind of open contact with an alien
race because the vast majority of the human population still needs to grow up.
We're like little five year olds playing in a school yard, pushing each other, forming cliques, picking our noses, snatching from other kids, and
running scared at the sound of thunder.
Of course, there will come a time when a question like this will be as silly as asking whether you think the earth is flat. You see, human progression
is slow, but it progresses nevertheless. Once our confidence of space exploration begins to increase and level of technology with it, making contact
with other lifeforms will be inevitable. Kind of reminds me of the early sailor explorers who made contact with another race of humans on a continent
that was not supposed to be there.
The reason why so many human beings are dreadfully afraid of such a proposal is because the thunder is too darn deafening.
Relax and enjoy your life. "They" will never make their presence known until we are spiritually ready for it. Sort of like a teacher pondering on
the day when his/her little ones will walk through that door as an adult ready to meet the teacher at the same level.
God bless and take care.