I watched an episode of ancient aliens a few days ago and I cant stop thinking about what some of the people on there said. Im new to this site and wanted to interact with all of you which is also why i’m curious as to what you have to say. I think we (and by we I mean humanity) have taken the context of “aliens” and have turned the idea into a scary/creepy unexplained mystery where they are going to come and kill us all. After watching this episode though I feel very different. One of the woman on the show was explaining how aliens view earth as a sort of “zoo.” They come to visit us and see how we work within our communities,but overall they do not care to interfere with our existence. Just like we view animals, they do the same for us.They simply just observe us.I believe that their nature is much more “good” as opposed to “bad” (as subjective as those terms are anyway)The part that makes me wonder though and ask all of you is,what do you think they want to observe about us?
Without solid evidence, we’re only left with hearsay and eyewitness accounts. So until there’s solid evidence for their existence, I’m inclined to believe we are not being visited, even though there are many convincing personal accounts and testimonies and even personal accounts from military and ex-military officials.
The strongest reason I have for doubting their presence is because of the logistics of getting here. While it may be true that our universe, and in fact our own galaxy, may be teeming with life, the actual distances involved between even the closest stars, when compared to the travel we are used to such as maritime, leads me to consider the difficulties inherent with crossing such vast distances through space.
Add in to that the extremely hostile nature of the environment being crossed, and the lack of any known way to side-step the issues involved (via faster than light travel, hyperspace, wormholes, etc), and the possibility that we are actually being visited by alien life seems rather unlikely.
Again, until there’s solid proof, I’m inclined to believe we’re not being visited.
Having only an abstract concept of imagining them makes your question hard to answer. But the creepy and scary part is calling that abstract idea an alien in the first place. I have a masochistic way of thinking objectively with infinite “what thens’. Let’s say there are species, let’s say they visit, let’s say they didn’t survive, let’s say they are God, let’s say they are beings morphed differently and their different laws of physics wouldn’t let them function in our atmosphere. The next ‘what then’ would be if they already exist, then what about the other things that are possible even only in theory? It’s all a frequent festival of curiosity to tickle our senses and proof thinking is actually pleasant as fuck.
As some ancient astronaut theorist believe… Hehe :) … Maybe they’re not coming to earth, but “returning” to earth? Hmm, the plot thickens… Have they really been here before? What was done when they were here? I wonder if they left anything behind?
Food for thought.
The fact that we use math should be sufficient evidence to alien species that we are an evolved species. Also our ability to obtain flight. Some could argue music is universal as well. Basically, just these facts alone should make an alien species curious about us(even if they have discovered millions of species across the universe), maybe even to the point of trying to communicate with us.
I think there has been enough evidence to support that we should be questioning whether they visit, whether they contributed to the creation of humans, and whether they live among us. Even if we are to them just what an earth worm on a sidewalk would be to us.
Because we currently do not have the technology needed to visit far away planet doesn’t mean that another species is not as technologically advanced to make the trip.
The important thing is that we should not immediately dismiss accounts of aliens and ufos, even though we are programmed to because it’s easier, less scary. Not that we should believe all of them either, but to look into it and form our own opinions.
Have you heard the Sumerian text translation of Adam and Eve? (where the story originated) If not, google it, it’s fascinating!