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Posted by David Oakley on August 21, 2003 01:50:52 UTC

The technology that would be involved with such a race would be so advanced our diseases and radio signals would pose no problems at all, it's like a flea piling grains of sand on top of each other to show us it can do it.
I believe that there are aliens, some more advanced than us, some less the more advanced races will not interfere with us for various reasons. Why don't we cage all the wild animals? sort of thinking. Natures best just left alone and they'll know that.
Another line of thinking is that we are an experiment being conducted to see the affects of increased intellegence on a planet-wide basis, possibly because an advanced race is similar in origins to us (eh? you get the idea) they sparked and trained us, Atlantis, Incas etc until a point then sat back to watch evolution at work. The"visitors" we get are our lab technicians and we are the mice.
Yet another line of thinking is that this doesn't exist, kinda like yon matrix thing, but we're on holiday! when you die you'll wake up have a couple of days rest and go back to work after a bit of rehab, and we travel the galaxy recording other lives to experience in our life compression experience thing that makes one life time last 2 minutes, it's all in your head!

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