UFO Conjecture(s)

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

What do we hope to gain (find out) from UFO “aliens”?

Do they know if there is a God (or not)?

How do we get to there from here (as they do)?

Do they have diseases and/or illness as humans do, and if so, have they cures?

Is there a way to provide energy without fracturing the Earth, economically or physically?

Is alien life abundant in the Cosmos?

And what really happened in Roswell?

RR

3 Comments:

  • I'm still trying to figure out:

    1) How do they breathe our atmosphere without dying given they typically wear no respiratory apparatus?

    2) Why aren't they contagious to any of OUR (alien) viruses or bacteria and hence gravely ill from deadly infections?

    3) How do they ingest nutrients given reports they have no functioning mouth or tastebuds?

    4) Why do they wear those ridiculous, black, fashionably out-of-date sunglasses?

    5) Do they consider themselves nudists given they prefer no clothes?

    6) Do they have any use for toilets given they have no ingested waste products or digestive track?

    But on your questions I'll offer these observations:

    1) Do they know if there is a God (or not)?

    Yes. They are GOD. Afterall ET'ers claim they are....so what the heck?

    2) How do we get to there from here (as they do)?

    In the blink of an eye of course, but more likely by a psychological disorder that merely afflicts fantasy prone hopefuls.

    3) Do they have diseases and/or illness as humans do, and if so, have they cures?

    Apparently they are immune from all diseases given abductees never see them use their own medical facilities right there on the spaceship - not even blow their tiny noses or sneeze from the multitude of alergens in our atmosphere.

    4) Is there a way to provide energy without fracturing the Earth, economically or physically?

    Yes. We might harness the energy demonstrated by others with "the will to believe in ET". But perhaps they will tell us to just tap Zero Point instead.

    5) Is alien life abundant in the Cosmos?

    Obviously. If not, "it would an awful waste of space!"

    6) And what really happened in Roswell?

    Xorg had one too many at that dingy pub on Pluto, dozed off, and ran off the road. Basically, they crashed their tinfoil and balsa spaceship held together with flower tape.

    By Blogger Brian Bell, at Tuesday, April 19, 2016  

  • Hahahaha, Brian....

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, April 19, 2016  

  • The contrapuntal "Universe as a Simulation" answers:

    Do they know if there is a God (or not)?
    Of course there's no God or Gods. You were just programmed to think there were so "they" could use your belief as a "get out of jail free" card. The "anthropology" department for this simulation insisted that they needed this so they could do "field work".


    How do we get to there from here (as they do)?
    This is a simulation on some n-dimensional mainframe. There is no here. Humanity does not have the kind of "reality" that would allow it to go "there". OTOH, it has been really great watching "humanity" try to explain the inexplicable. UFO believers have been chasing cursors like some idiot cat in front of a computer screen-- for thousands of years! The anthropology students love it when you fall all over their "take me to your leader", "Space Brother" Schtick. OTOH, The programmers have a special place in their heart for the skeptics who buy into "this is the *real* reality" though they are a bit surprised that the skeptics can be fooled so easily.

    Do they have diseases and/or illness as humans do, and if so, have they cures?
    Ever tried to play John Horton Conway's "Game of Life". These "disease" things are a part of the rules in this simulation. There is no cure. One must find solace in what they are or have accomplished in support of the simulation even if that is nothing [that too is necessary].

    Is there a way to provide energy without fracturing the Earth, economically or physically?
    Does it matter? Those things will happen if the simulation evolves that way... what ever happens proves the point of the simulation.

    Is alien life abundant in the Cosmos?
    Humanity will never know it. Humanity can't see the real cosmos any way-- since it does not have the 12 senses that *real people* do and which are required to experience the real world.

    And what really happened in Roswell?
    Oh that... It was a joke some Grad Student played on their professor. The administration of the *Universe* hosting this simulation been trying for almost forever to figure out how to get everyone to forget about it. They settled on letting everyone in the simulation that had anything to do with it die off. No proof will ever be forth coming. That is easier than having to start the simulation all over.

    Of course you know these answers are "fictional"... don't you?

    By Blogger Joel Crook, at Wednesday, April 20, 2016  

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