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Posted by Nicholas on October 31, 2002 19:08:36 UTC

"I find it nearly impossible to belive that we are the most advanced, intelligent beings in the universe."

I imagine that anything with more intelligence than humans would probably know better than to reveal themselves to us. :)

The native americans greeted the European explorers with open arms and look where it got them. If there were more intelligent life in the universe, I would not be suprised if they had some kind of prime directive thing going on. If we ever discovered a developing primitive civilization, I'm not sure I would agree with humans interfering.

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