Aliens don't know we're here, we've been sending signals out into space sine the 1950's so those signals are about 60 years out into space, so the
aliens that are coming here now can't be more 30 light years away to have enough time to pick up our signals and then send their signals back to us.
So even if they can go the speed of light, there are only 2000 stars that have been exposed to our fm, tv and radar. But the thing is, a couple of
thousand stars is a very small number and strikes me as too few a number for any civilisation to currently know that we exist. This might help you
sleep better at night knowing no one knows we're here. To the people who claim that we're being visited, why are they here now? The usual answer to
that is, well they're concerned with what we're doing to the environment or they're concerned about nuclear war, that they have some moral interest in
us but that's alien sociology so we don't really know that.
But that's all supersession, i mean no one really knows if aliens would have any interest in us but the point is that, that argument doesn't matter
because they don't know about us. So if they've come now, that's enormously coincidental. My question to those are convinced that we're being visited,
why isn't this evidence good enough to be put into the local science museum? The answers are always that there is good evidence but it's being covered
up, well that's an argument from ignorance. That's saying i've got a cure for cancer but they've taken it away from me and locked it up so i can't
tell you…..that shouldn't convince you.
Most of you think that the best way to find aliens is that they're here abducting people out of their homes, so why is SETI trying to pick up radio
signals from space when there are aliens here abducting us? Because in the real world scientists aren't finding any signals from aliens, theres no
compelling evidence. And even if they did, there's actual protocols at SETI for what to do if a signal is picked up and most of you assume that if a
signal was picked up, the government would cover it up on the assumption that people would start rioting in the street, but thats not true at all
because in 1997 at 3:30 in the morning SETI found what they thought was an alien signal, but as it turned out it was a false alarm. It took about 16
hours to figure out it was the solar research satellite, and the signal was just bouncing around the antenna they were using in just the right way to
mimic a real alien signal.
But what's interesting about this, is the public assumes the government would come in and shut them down because the public couldn't handle the news
but instead nobody seemed to be interested, no secrecy. All that happened was a science writer from the New York times called a few hours later. So
the New York Times already knew about it, you can be sure the media will find out about this before anybody else - there's no policy of secrecy. So
you see in the event of the real thing you will read about it right away, because there's no government cover up.
And even when we do make contact they won't be anything like the greys reptilians and pleiadians, because the idea that aliens are still like us, soft
and squishy and are just in a short interval between inventing radio and building machines that can replace their frail bodies as we have began doing
makes no sense. It's not reasonable that the aliens are going to be soft little squishy grey guys, they're going to be some sort of machine
Think of it chronology - you invent radio and within 100 years after inventing radio people are already talking about artificial intelligence. So it's
seems reasonable it's going to happen within this century, because by 2020 your laptop will have the same compute power as the human brain. The point
is that's the time scale - you invent radio and within a century or two you invent your successor and it's not soft squishy intelligence, you've have
moved on to something much better then that.
edit on 16-4-2011 by andre18
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