reply to post by CaptNemo2012
Sorry for taking so long to respond, but thanks for trying out the test. 126 is good, and honest to boot. Your story is credible in my eyes. I'll
share my theories in a bit....
Off topic: I also have to comment on all the naysayers. This is the Grey Area, where we share personal stories, not the hack and slash attitude
common in the Alien and UFO forum. Some of you should be ashamed of yourselves, really. There are also those who have made comments that make me
proud to be a contributing member of ATS. You know who you are.
On topic: You've taken the heat, you've taken the test, you've been honest, but less than perfect. You are to be commended. You have reason to
question that you are NOTW.
I've known for a long time that I am NOTW. A long standing joke I had was that I am an alien spy, sent here to observe this race, and when I am 80,
the mothership will come back, and I'll file my report at that time. Of course, that's impossible, but it did wonders to buffet the skeptics
against the believers.
Unlike you, I have no log or journal. My biological mother gave my two other siblings and I to my father's custody when I was three. He re-married,
and I never really knew my biological mother until much later in life, and we had many phone conversations together, but I never met her in person
before she passed away. The rue.
Of course, I discovered that my biological mother was very intelligent, and could hold swag with me with anything we talked about over the phone. My
father and siblings are blocks of bricks, accordingly.
I've always thought my father was the mailman, but she confirmed he wasn't.
I was left with a dilemma. How can one kid be different from the rest, given the genetic constraints?
It just happens. Random mutations in the genetic code produce a different combination on the preliminary mitosis. Okay. Not satisfying.
There's some sort of intervention. Not very plausible, but scientifically unfalsifiable.
I've never seen a UFO, have no journal to compare, and I'm quite the skeptic when it comes to alien abductions. I don't believe that aliens have
space ships that visit our planet and abduct us, and tinker with our genetics. Theory two states that inter-dimensional beings have been mistaken for
aliens for years. When Roswell occurred, 57?, there was no theory of Quantum Mechanics, or Multiverse Theory, or String Theory.
A bit more disturbing, but I'll run it past you anyhoo. Mankind is due for an evolutionary leap. Just as Homo Ergaster made a leap 500,000 years
ago, into Homo Sapien, we are due for another "jump" in our evolution. Mind you, evolutionary diversions take a long time, and 500k years is on the
lean side of any scientific approach, but the key point in any evolutionary diversion is environmental factors.
Look at our environment today. Our basic needs are met. Life is full of gadgets, interwebz, and communication. Typically, evolutionary gaps are
bridged by environmental needs, but who among us is to say that the next evolutionary step won't be a result of a mental evolution. According to
theory three, people all over the world are coming to the realization that they are different, not physically, but mentally. According to evolution
it only takes an isolated group to present physiological differences over time. Since we are all connected, there's no longer a geographic
inhibition for mental evolution. Nope.
The theory of evolution dictates that the best memes prevail, whether it be binocular vision, bipedal locomotion, or the freedom of thought. With
theory three, I have to ask, are we going to evolve, as a species, mentally?
Till then, I'm merrily posting away on ATS.
(Because evolution has no shortcuts!)