UFO Conjectures

Saturday, April 03, 2021

But there may be one reason that ETs would visit Earth ….

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….and that reason appears in the 2008 version of The Day the Earth Stood Still (with Keanu Reeves).

And that reason is this: 

The Earth is only one of a few (or maybe the only one) planets extant with the flora and fauna diversity found here.

Thus it is, perhaps, unique and must be preserved at all costs.

Advanced civilizations or species found this planet, in forays across the Galaxy or Cosmos long ago, and determined that Earth is a one-of-kind (or one-of-a-few) planet(s) that showcases the multiplicity of life as evolved or created.

And being advanced, the cosmic travelers have become regular visitors working to document this one-of-a-kind biosphere, maybe even capturing examples of the species found here – humans among them – and transferring many to planets that haven’t developed such diversity but are able to maintain such transferred species.

A 1960 Twilight Zone, with Roddy McDowall, had the same kind of idea: an astronaut that landed on Mars is housed in a caged replica of a human habitat (house) showing that Earth species are something to be viewed as unique.

RR

8 Comments:

  • Even though you've used that monstrosity of a movie (TDTESS remake) to make your point, it is nonetheless well taken. But the aliens seem to spend as much time probing humans as collecting soil samples, so . . . ?

    By Blogger Ron, at Saturday, April 03, 2021  

  • I like that idea Rich, lets hope it's close to what is really going on in this beautiful world of ours..

    There must be an answer to all this,and in my view,that is very close,if not right on,
    because the visitations go right back through history.It makes sense..I like it!......

    By Blogger Daniel, at Saturday, April 03, 2021  

  • The movie -- not as "realistic" as the earlier Rennie-starred movie -- showed up this afternoon, so I kept it on.

    Klaatu offered the diversity reason for protecting the Earth.

    Last night I caught, late, on UPTV (UP?), The Passion of Christ, which I had never seen.

    It was absolutely brutal, but it was during that film when I had what I'm calling an epiphany.

    Followed by a reading of "The Evolution of the Idea of a God" by Grant Allen [1897] of which I have three academic reviews.

    It was when I put down the book on my desk, only to see the cover and pages flutter as if hit by a strong breeze. There was no breeze or anything running that would cause a breeze.

    I'll present my "epiphany" upcoming.

    I've long accepted the suggestion that this planet is a zoo, visited by "tourists" but that flies in the face of my caveats mentioned in my ET Madness posting.

    But visitors accessing Earth because it houses a unique diversity of animals (us among them), plants, sea-life and other living creatures or flora has the whiff of possibility, yes?

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, April 03, 2021  

  • I go back to "Contact," the book. Here, Sagan expands on the alien mindset (as he sees it) and their aims. They're basically engineers and historians: the engineers fill empty space with matter, a non-trivial pursuit, while the historians catalog other civilizations and what makes them tick. (After all, "all we have is ourselves," says astronomer Ellie Arroway's alien host.) There are even more advanced ones who, before literally disappearing from the known universe, have left behind a system of wormholes that connect numerous civilizations. The pecking order seems to top off with the Creator of All, who offers up calling cards of Universal Intelligence within the depths of Pi.

    I think you have to give the idea of advanced civilizations their due and acknowledge what they may very well be capable of. As Arthur C. Clarke said, it would be like magic to us.

    By Blogger Ron, at Saturday, April 03, 2021  

  • -> But visitors accessing Earth because it houses a unique diversity of animals (us among them), plants, sea-life and other living creatures or flora has the whiff of possibility, yes?<-

    Possibility,Yes!..

    I've heard talk of this, over the years,and have had time to think about it, so I've had razed eyebrows on reading this. You have my attention:)..


    ->I've long accepted the suggestion that this planet is a zoo, visited by "tourists"<-

    This comment was a view once held by "Bob Dean" OR "Robert O'Dean"

    I don't know if you knew him, or not, he's no longer with us now, but I've not forgotten Bob for his interest & knowledge in Ufology.

    His line I think was; If you think you don't live in a zoo - You Do!!!.......

    By Blogger Daniel, at Saturday, April 03, 2021  

  • For those of you who are interested; This video is an example of "Bob Deans" standing, on UFOs in Ufology, and how he became interested & involved in the research of such:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g57TmSNogA

    By Blogger Daniel, at Sunday, April 04, 2021  

  • To invoke my inner Wolfgang Pauli, relying on a sample set of one (Earth's biological diversity) out of billions in our galaxy alone, is not only not right, it's not even wrong.

    By Blogger jlmet, at Monday, April 05, 2021  

  • The touring of earth as special place explains the diversity of UFO sightings better than anything I can think of.

    By Blogger Bryan Daum, at Monday, April 05, 2021  

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