Monday, October 25, 2010

US Airmen give testimony at UFO press conferece.

UFO Press Conference

27 September 2010, seven former Air Force officers spoke of UFO incidents at nuclear defense bases where the UFOs disabled the nuclear weapons. Interesting testimony, if true (not saying the testimony is not true, just that I'm keeping an open mind about the matter). UFOs always seemed a bit odd in their behavior in that they seem on one hand to not want contact, but on the other hand tease us. That is, instead of just landing outright and saying hi (I'm sure they've studied our TV, radio, and now Internet enough that they can figure out how to say "hi") or broadcasting a message, or appearing near a city and stay there for a few days so that everyone can be sure of what they saw, they "flirt" with us. Brief, momentary encounters that leave little, to no, evidence. Just enough to tantalize. Why? To test our reactions to determine if they should move to the next step? Or is it that there are galactic restrictions from contacting primitive planets but some just can't help themselves and poke at the humans while the galactic security folk aren't looking? It's intriguing.

UFOs and our Nukes

The UFOs disabling nuclear weapons sounds like a few classic science fiction movie scenarios - the UFOs coming to make sure we do not kill ourselves, saving us from ourselves. Wishful thinking? Would an alien race care that much? Would it interfere with their field observations (like scientists watching a young walrus struggle to find its mother - interfering with the observation by saving the young walrus would reduce the effectiveness of the data being collected)? Is there a Prime Directive? Is life so common that who cares if one planet's sentient beings destroy themselves? Or is life so rare that it warrants saving at the last minute?  Though I would think aliens that advanced could just snag enough humans, place them in suspended animation, to redeposit them after its all over and the planet has recovered enough for human habitation again.

Many questions, few, if any, answers.

Reference:

Gekas, Alexandra. "Daily Buzz: US Airmen Give Eerie Testimony at UFO Press Conference." The Daily WD. Woman'sDay. 28 September 2010. Web. 25 October 2010.  <http://dailywd.womansday.com/blog/2010/09/daily-buzz-us-airmen-give-eerie-testimony-at-ufo-press-conference.html>

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

UFO just means "unidentified flying object". It does not have to come from an alien world. The testimony can be made up, and even if it is true, the UFOs can be sent out by some Earth organization and be mere aviation, not spacefaring. There is no linear ladder of technology, a culture can be hyper-advanced in some areas and stone age in others, depending on physiology, environment and cultural prioritations. This of course destroys the whole idea of a Prime Directive. And new archaeological evidence shows that war are not an old phenomena in human prehistory at all, but instead began with global congestion. So if the aliens believe that war is in human nature, they have observed Earth for maximally 7000 terran years.

Alien said...

good news.

Anonymous said...

Let me clarify. That xenophobia can be observed in all cultures in the world may be, and probably is, caused by a sociological effect of global overpopulation, the fact that finite land and lack of truly vacant lots makes defense necessary. Before the world was overpopulated, no culture had that impetus. By the way, even an alien intelligent species with a violent evolutionary history would not be bound to always behave that way. Intelligence does, after all, mean instrumental behavior, and one group of baboons, Forest Troop, have "culturally" changed to a much more peaceful lifestyle than standard baboons, and show no load-up of aggression whatsoever. Truly sapient aliens would of course be even more instrumental-minded than any baboons, meaning that the notion of intelligent species bound by their biology to be violent is total bullshit. And aliens accustomed to non-congestion would not have the fear of interfering with cultures that is the base of the Prime Directive, simply because they all lack the motivation to enslave, forcibly proselytize, or otherwise harm them.