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What would Aliens Even Come here for?

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posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 06:23 PM
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Based on the theories of Nassim Haramein each and every particle is linked to all the other particles in the universe through singularity. If that were true, I could speculate a few things:

1) Sufficiently advanced alien species might be able to tap into that singularity to get access to the universal knowledge, therefore aliens would "want" us to learn and experience stuff. In other words, the more thinking and learning beings there is in the universe the more "knowledgable" theses aliens would be.

2) What is it that human beings can do that animals can't do? Think, learn, explore, discover. Fits pretty well with number 1.

Check out this link if you want to learn more about Nassim Haramein
Youtube

When you think about it.. As someone said about slaves before, we could have been somewhat genetically eng. but not to work, that's not our strength.. Our strength is to think, learn and experience.




posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 06:25 PM
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They do talk about God a lot and the devil..



posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 06:39 PM
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Originally posted by Alkolyk
Based on the theories of Nassim Haramein each and every particle is linked to all the other particles in the universe through singularity. If that were true, I could speculate a few things:


Though I appreciate much the chap,
His research and abilities in communication.

Self starting for me is an very good strength.....

He certainly has proven that....

However he often gets credited for things he has not done...

I would rather re quote your phrase if you dont mind to a more factual



As the theories,
later proven by repeated experiments,
Of Non Locality, have postulated then showed unequivocally,
Every Molecule, atom and the building blocks of these,
Are linked to every other part and even potential of the universe,
And always have been!


Well there was an big bang, everything was together once non-seperation, one-ness (material universe) you know.

Kind Regards,

Elf



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 09:10 PM
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Aliens have one thing we don't, Robots.

Also, they don't need to make slaves, with their advanced technology (required for deep space flight) they would surely be able to create some non organic means of menial tasks.
edit on 28-9-2011 by Vortiki because: Added second line



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 09:31 PM
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Originally posted by SaloonSal
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Perhaps you are right and brainwashing has alter my perception of these visitations
ORRRRR....
Perhaps we ALL are being played like one big game of Interstellar Earth Poker.
Yes any alien contact could be viewed as frightening and a manipulative intrusion ....so unless you have a bigger ray-gun than mine to stop it, you become a potential pawn in this game also.


Did these ETs communicate with telepathy? If so, think about it.

Ever since the first humans learned how to talk, threre was a BSing politician trying to manipulate people.

Imagine what ETs could do if they had telepathy. Telepathic manipulation and ability to resist might be the true skills distinguishing the winners from losers in that society. Next to masters like them, we would be 3 year old kids watching a toy commercial.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 11:20 AM
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Why would they come here?

To supress the competition.

We have nothing they want or need but in time we could represent a threat on a number of levels.

Nothing evolves without a strong survival instinct.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by Klassified



What would Aliens Even Come here for?


Well, this question has been asked to death. Nevertheless, IMO, they would come here for some of the same reasons we would go there. Curiosity, and exploration. However, for them it would be to study the primitives. For us, it would be in hopes of attaining knowledge and technology we don't have yet.


I agree, but one would only reason that all the sightings and trips to Earth could be explained as research. Whether is to determine our potential hostility or ‘knowledge’, the fact remains that we humans are being studied. Not to discredit evolution or Christian belief in creation, but what if we were engineered for this planet? I mean, what if Earth is one large self-sustaining lab? Obviously if an alien race can travel in the manner theorized in physics, then you could deduce that their biological science could also engineer another race. But here is the rub. If in the past the primitive humans had such interaction with aliens, why not anymore?



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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Originally posted by merc4hire

Originally posted by Klassified



What would Aliens Even Come here for?


Well, this question has been asked to death. Nevertheless, IMO, they would come here for some of the same reasons we would go there. Curiosity, and exploration. However, for them it would be to study the primitives. For us, it would be in hopes of attaining knowledge and technology we don't have yet.


I agree, but one would only reason that all the sightings and trips to Earth could be explained as research. Whether is to determine our potential hostility or ‘knowledge’, the fact remains that we humans are being studied. Not to discredit evolution or Christian belief in creation, but what if we were engineered for this planet? I mean, what if Earth is one large self-sustaining lab? Obviously if an alien race can travel in the manner theorized in physics, then you could deduce that their biological science could also engineer another race. But here is the rub. If in the past the primitive humans had such interaction with aliens, why not anymore?


Yes. And isn't this the rub with so many ancient alien theories?

Just for a moment. If we assume AA's are a given. Then the first question we would need to ask ourselves is, what is different now from then. If they were out in the open then. Why not now? Well, society is completely different now. Hypothetically speaking only. If they set in motion a series of events a long time ago, then they would also be smart enough to know where they were pointing us in the future. So at this point in the game, could it be a simple wait and see what happens game for them?

Or are we looking at something much more terrestrial in origin? Say, one civilization on earth that managed to advance much faster than all the rest by light years. Would early man have seen these people as gods or aliens? Especially if this hypothetical race encouraged them to think that way? Obviously, the possibilities are endless. And we may never know the truth. Especially if it's up to certain people on this planet now. Who are very tetrrestrial origin.



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 08:10 AM
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To add to your post, I think exploring life elsewhere is clearly something we can understand because we would do anything within our reach to learn about lifeforms anywhere. We even explore planets that may or may not have life just to see what type of geology they have. As far as elements are concerned, I don't think they would come here for mining purposes. However, if they came here for other reasons (biological exploration), and happened upon rare elements, I don't see why they would refrain from taking them. It can plausibly be a secondary reason.

On the other hand, I would not be so quick to establish who is more advanced. Whoever gets there first is clearly the more advanced one. If we managed to get to some planet that had life I would bet that there are far more life bearing planets with non-intelligent life than with intelligent life. Chances are that when we are finally able to study other planets closely, the number of planets with zero life will be the majority, followed by planets with less advanced life and finally, the number of planets with intelligent life will be the smallest. Look at our earth's history: This planet was, for most of its life bearing history absent of intelligent beings. It was only in the last few million years that creatures capable of using tools even began to exist.

One question I don't think we're ready to answer is whether the number of planets that are potentially life bearing are almost always bound to have some form of life on them or not. I would be willing to bet that there are relatively few planets that could harbor life that don't already have some life in them. I tend to believe life is so likely to happen, that the events that initially sparked life on Earth are probably occurring several times per second, forming RNA and others stuff randomly all the time, but only rarely catching on enough to create something that can overcome the already existing life forms. Now that is something we could hope to answer in my lifetime.


-rrr



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 11:57 AM
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Earth girls are easy?



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by Crytogod
Aliens wouldn't come here because aliens don't exist.


You don't know that. A person that knows that does not exist.

-rrr



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 09:27 PM
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Our sweet, succulent juices.

And porn.



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 09:41 PM
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Originally posted by Vortiki
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Aliens have one thing we don't, Robots.

Also, they don't need to make slaves, with their advanced technology (required for deep space flight) they would surely be able to create some non organic means of menial tasks.
edit on 28-9-2011 by Vortiki because: Added second line


I disagree...the U.S. Military is under a pentagon directive that dictates that 50% of all land based cargo or ammunition carrying vehicles must be robotic by 2019. The USAF is under even earlier guidlines that dictate that 35% of all combat aircraft must be robotic by 2018 and 75% of all recon flights as well as 80% of all electronic warfare craft.

Look this up...the numbers and dates keep changing as they become either ahead or behind schedual but the U.S. Military has a vast investment in Robotic Warfare. Split Infinity



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 02:02 PM
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So they wouldn't need slaves since robots are cheaper



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by Seanwalsh
After watching history's ancient aliens and hearing about the "Aliens" who came here for gold, I made a startling realization! All these elements occur naturally throughout our universe! They are the building blocks of our universe!

If they for some reason, needed water they could head to Neptune's moon Triton! Probably easier for them to get to, and they wouldn't have to destroy another pesky race. Or they could make it in a laboratory! (Not sure if you can but by combining hydrogen and oxygen I believe you could but you would need very large amounts)
Or they could use this! www.wired.com...




the physical dimension of this planet having liquid water and a great many life forms, has much to offer on a spiritual level as well as mining gold and minerals.

have you ever watch a dozen wild rabbits playing, a mother humingbird teaching her young to fly. a baby chipmunk exploring his new world?
seen the beauty of vegetation, flowers, palm trees, swam over coral reefs, this is a beautyful planet for those who see more beauty in a sparrow than a lambergini.
human society, with it's greed. jalousy, and stupid group hatred, might be something a wise alien would want to miss while visiting our planetary dimension.
not to mention paranoia and hysteria.

this planet has much more to offer than stupid humans, even some humans are impressive in that they overcome their social upbringing.

maybe some are gamblers, and bet on the outcome of stupid human endeavors, like war, banking, governance, religeous gigs.



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 03:26 PM
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