Originally posted by b3l13v3
reply to post by jonnywhite
........I believe we have the solution to free energy(or extremely cost beneficial), and it is being refused to be released because it would diminish
the control of the elite.
Reason why I believe in it? Because I saw a intelligently controlled craft that defied all laws of physics at the age of 10 along with 3 other family
members and the memory has not dimmed at all since that life changing day. Whatever powered that craft was a force beyond recognition.
And - I thoroughly believe that we have similar technologies, and I'm fairly convinced that it was actually our technology because if it wasn't it was
a bunch of drunk interstellar beings showing off their cool ride, which sounds a lot less plausible.
Well there's the source of all your anxiety and The End Is Near.
If I believed what you believed, I'd probably be in the same boat.
I can already give you an example of a technology that's "refused to be released because it would diminish the control of the elite." Nuclear
technology. If you're a physics student, one of the things they drill into your brain is that nuclear technology is fundamentally safe - if done right
- and that it's the single greatest step we can take in the 21st century as a bridge technology away from fossil fuels to something new (and
sustainable). And yet we hear all these stories of controlling the spread of nuclear technology precisely because the same methods that're used to
produce electricity can be used to produce materials for nuclear bombs. Hell, we could have built nuclear fission/fusion-pulsed propulsion for use in
spacecraft but didn't because of the fear of nuclear materials proliferation and the very small fallout if these craft were launched from earth's
surface. But nevermind that if we HAD TO travel to a nearby star NOW, it would use nuclear technology since nothing else is close yet. I've seen some
articles that hint we may be able to use things like VASIMR or positron-based propulsion in the foreseeable future. Or even solar sails. But right
now, if we had to do a crash course and time to reach the nearest star was critical, we'd have to turn to old(er) nuclear (dirty) designs.
See this, the first page of an article in Science magazing in 1965:
www.sciencemag.org - Death of a Project...
The story of Orion is significant because this is the first time in modern history that a major expansion of human technology has been
suppressed for political reasons.
How much you want to bet that the same reasons we control the use of nuclear technology are the reasons we would control "free energy"? Free energy
probably means cheap energy which means cheap methods to either make bombs and guns or to produce the factories or materials needed to make them.
Cheap energy emboldens rogue regimes and makes them more of a threat. The real story today isn't that nuclear technology can be used to make bombs,
but rather that nuclear technology is so amazing that it has to be suppressed. Einstein knew how powerful nuclear could be. Scientists of his day
imagined a new world of cheap energy based on nuclear power. But all those dreams crashed when exposed to the harsh reality of this little planet
that's plagued with war and conflict.
What I'm telling you is that ANY super-technology will cause this reaction from the elite. They will attempt to control it to protect against rogue
regimes and to maintain a level of safety.
We don't give guns to children for the same reason.
Society must advance slowly. Any rapid change in technology is dangerous.
This all goes back to the story of Icarus when he was told not to fly too high or he would burn his wings. What this story is about is EARNING YOUR
WINGS. Humans must earn their technology.
And drunk interstellar beings have been known to visit. Just like how we watch animals in the wild or send submersibles down to the sea bottom or
explore the wild for new species. I think about 99% of UFOs sightings are bogus, but there may be a few left over that're the real deal.
I've met a number of people who say they've seen ufos just like yourself, so i have no reason to debunk you. I'll take your word that it was utilizing
I also think aliens, assuming they do visit us (i think a couple have... or maybe just their probes), will mostly stay away. They may sample things,
just like we sample hte wild, but the idea that they would live among us like in the V series is kind of stupid. Would we live among dolphins or
monkeys or pigeons? Aliens would have to be as stupid as we're to live among us. We're probably the worst smell they've ever had, or at least the
worst eye sore. They probably think the way we live is tragic and savage. A full (and fair) examination of technology tells you that aliens more
advanced than us are going to be able to clean their bodies and their spacecraft with a precision we can only dream of. And their sophistication in
protocol and exactness would reduce us to the level of a drunk monkey. Honestly, I don't want the aliens to come too close or they might get the idea
to exterminate us to clean the place up. Humans do something similar to animals when there's overcrowding.
There're fundamental things that separate species. Cultural and religious things can also be major factors. I'd be shocked if aliens had the exact
same cultural and religious characteristics as humans. Odds are they're very different than our own and, in fact, are probably incompatible in most
regards. Anybody who thinks we can talk to aliens like we talk to humans is high on something. I mean, we may be able to speak to them in basic terms,
but the cultural and religious differences will be there to remind us how far we have to go to cross the barrier. Also keep in mind there're DNA
differences. In the War of the Worlds the aliens are killed by earth bacteria or maybe earth viruses. I don't think this possibility is far from the
reality. The aliens evolved on another planet, for christ sake.
All this means I take a very practical view of aliens. We should be weary of them.
Realistically, the only safe aliens we can intermingle with are the different human races. But even here you can see differences between them that act
as small barriers to intermingling.
I don't say these things to be uplifting. I say them to help define aliens. When I contemplate aliens, I inevitably contemplate the life here on earth
and the relationships between the species. I look at us humans and how we relate to other species here. I look at lower life-forms and how they relate
to us. I look at the 4+ billion year history of earth and see how life went from basic to more complex and how at each stage in this process the
properties of earth changed to make each era a unique earth. All this tells me that our interactions with aliens may not be as uplifting as previously
It has made me look at animals differently. I've realized that how we treat them reflects on how we may one day be treated by aliens. If the present
world relates then it's not a pretty thought.
I am not so conceited that I think I've figured it all out. Perhaps evolution is the enemy or the exception? Or maybe there's a trapdoor to leave this
reality? My mind changes from year to year about these things, but there're commonalities that're preserved longer than others. But the recurring
theme is that evolution -does- matter and we ignore it at our own peril. For example, if evolution here on earth cautions me to be weary of aliens
then I'm glad I'm not that guy that happily jumped onto their spaceship and took off with them. For all I know, they're now hooking him up to machines
and sucking his brains out. Or maybe he's somebody's new pet human(tm) and lives in a special cage. It has taught me that freedom is probably better -
even if evolution can be violent and heartless.
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