posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 08:01 PM
This is assuming we know all there is to know about the "law of physics". Which isn't just doubtful, but certainly not the case. To believe we are
at the apex of our learning curve with physics is irrational. We have no way of knowing what the future discoveries in science will entail, but it is
safe to assume we've only scratched the surface.
Three hundred years from now, we will look at today's capabilities, as rudimentary science - just as we look at three hundred years ago as
rudimentary. It's natural to feel superior and as though we are at the height of our game, but save yourself the let down - because we are not there,
not even close. We wouldn't have millions dying from things such as hunger, while the more fortunate waste food as though there were none dying of
malnutrition, Trust me, we are no where near the top of our game.
As to Christ being an alien - he would have seemed so to us wouldn't he? After all, his father is God who lives up in the heavens with his angels.
Seems rather extra-terrestrial. So I understand where the OP is coming from. Doesn't mean he was though. We have our rock stars today. Those people
who have the gift to move people. Why is it so hard to believe that people from that time had magnetism to? They had their own famous people, with the
gift of speech and persuasion. The power to effectively cause change and movement. It's not rocket science, it's human nature. There is a reason we
associate our earth bound stars with those in the sky. We are always looking up. Have been since the beginning.