posted on Dec, 11 2011 @ 04:38 PM
The topic of alien invasion has always been speculative but apparently when scientists bring it up, it becomes more concrete. I think that one thing
we should definitely consider is the zoo theory. Personally, I have no doubt that intelligent alien life exists outside of earth, but what are the
chances that they want anything to do with us? We could be comparable to an ant farm in relation to their civilization.
We have no other intelligent life (unless you count dolphins and various animals) with which we can compare with to see how technologically advanced
or mentally advanced we are on the universal food chain. Considering our location in the Milky Way galaxy, in the midst of all the galaxy clusters in
the universe, I think there's a fair chance that some planet more technologically advance would be a more visible target for hostile aliens.
As for whether or not we do have aliens already visiting us, that's a theory that should be explored with meticulous detail as to why they are here,
if they are, and why there is no public establishment of their presence. And if they are not, why we are led to believe that they are here and what we
could do about it.