posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 02:32 PM
reply to post by wildapache and
post by godofme and
post by lightworker2011
wildapache, you acknowledge that we can make machines that can "smell", but you're not seeing the correlation in that and what a super inteligent
race could do with robotics with super senses. Imagine a robot, with speeds comparable to ufos, that could pound the earth in an area in order to
collect dust and scan for gold particals. Said bot would be much more efficient than a human with a dog. Absent super speed, the only thing humans
lack to create such robots is a portable energy source strong enough to power said robots - an energy source that a super intellegent race is sure to
To godofme and lightworker2011, wildapache
was trying to
To make a rebuttal, assuming a human is in any way superior to robots at completing tasks, is erroneous. Robots can reproduce themselves at a much
faster rate than humans and if any maintenance is needed, robots can handle that without intervention, once they're programmed how to. All that a
super intelligent being would need to do is to build a single robot that would be capable of construction and interfacing with said beings. That one
robot could then be given instructions and schematics needed for creating other robots for other tasks.
Since robots, that would be much more efficient than humans, could have been made, we can dismiss the slave creation theory. Personally, I have to
assume any being that would try to deceive mankind into thinking they created us for tasks, in order to enslave us, are wicked beings.
Since the stories about the interactions and the purpose of those interactions, between mankind and ancient aliens, differ in so many cultures, I have
to assume that most of said stories are deceptions perpetrated by men and aliens. The overall story that best describes why all these myths would
differ, is the story of fallen angels. Basically, the differences in all the ancient alien stories can be explained by saying that fallen angels use
the practices and beliefs, of cultures they interact with, to perpetrate a belief in a God other than the true god.