I'd be interested in some hot retarded Alien sex.
At the very least it would be something different.
My answer is a definite YES; While acknowledging we may not be 100% happy with their methods of implementation, it would be much better than our
current leadership (current meaning anytime in my lifetime, leadership meaning the evil scum who MISlead from any political party worldwide.) It would
be better by default, because their technology would eliminate scarcity, while offering far better replacements for what is taken away in making
As long as we had freedom to do as we please without harming others, etc., count me in. If it's overly controlled, it begins to erase the joys of
humanity as well. Becoming robotic units of information processing isn't my cup of Kona. I also don't want them to come and eliminate war and
pollution only to force us to spend our lives wearing insanely comfortable linen robes, with our only real work or pleasure in life being to walk
around in an annoyingly tranquil manner getting every person, animal, and plant we see with a sickeningly heartfelt "Namaste."
A couple examples, and my vision of such a scenario:
The positive tradeoffs would far outweigh what we'd lose. Example: No more gas powered-cars made with steel and aluminum from toxin-producing mines
and refineries? No more newborn-lamb leather upholstery with rare wood veneer interior trim? Make exceptions for use of restored classics and
hydrocarbon racing, of course. We're humans, after all, many of us would lose much of the joy of life if we couldn't occasionally drive our 1970
'Cuda or occasionally breathe in some Nitro-Methane exhaust at the drag strip.
But if they give us clean, quantum-scale assembly and we can all whip up extreme luxury, extreme-sport, vehicles out of subatomic particles, which we
can customize as we wish, drive on pothole-free roads at 200 mph if we want thanks to advanced processing reducing accidents to 0, while operating on
some form of clean, freely available advanced energy. No maintenance, no surprise dead fuel pump in the middle of nowhere with menacingly
rapey-sounding banjo music in the distance, no more tickets! Yeah, I'll take that trade-off!
Food: see, the bad kind of well-intentioned aliens would force us all to become vegans, and we would subsist largely on UGMO (the U is for Ultra, they
put Monsanto & Friends to shame) soy, whose production is made incredibly efficient through the use of chemicals guaranteed to cause cancers and
neurologic disorders daily - however, they provide medications which cure those. We gleefully work in the medicine factories, doing our part to help
in the system that our wonderful saviors put in place to save us.
The Good Aliens make us stop using pesticides and slaughtering animals for food, though sport fishing is allowed, which doesn't even require
regulation in most cases as fish are no longer fished on a mass-scale for food. When they saw our sorry attempts at genetic modification, they didn't
punish anyone, they simply laughed hysterically at those who produced and approved such babyish attempts at "big boy science." So what DO they do
about food? No nutrient-nuggets from pea-brained food scientists who think the entire nutritional contents of foods are listed on FDA labels. No,
we're back to quantum assembly again. Pure foods, assembled as exact matches of what nature would produce, micronutrients, enzymes and all. You want
a 20 oz center-cut, Kobe Beef tenderloin, seared on the outside, cold and bloody in the middle on your way to an afternoon meeting? Set the car to
auto, tell it what you want, and second later, sit back and enjoy what would have been a $300 lunch BAC (before aliens came), but now simply required
20 oz of "anything." Farming still exists, but mainly as a niche / lifestyle. Use or production of chemical pesticides is punishable by being forced
to watch reality tv in a tiny room, for the next 1,500 years. Smart humans don't eat the best of the best for every meal. Even center-cut Kobe filet
gets boring after awhile.
The aliens learned only one thing from humans, which their civilization had forgotten long ago: variety is the spice of life. Thankfully, the alien
men are not...compatible with human women.