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« Reply #840 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 9:32pm »

With all my studies about UFO's and aliens, I have never seen a description of the type of aliens who abducted me while I was in college.

The only pictures that kinda come close are the ones the nurse drew for the mortician during the Roswell crash.

My little guys were fragile, skinny, sickly white, and child like in looks.

Their eyes were rectangle and not oval. It is possible they were wearing helmets.

The taller alien was the leader and the frighten smaller aliens stayed behind the taller leader.

They were just as afraid of me as I of them, but they had a rod that slowly put me to sleep.

The wore military uniforms with rank patches, and I laughed because their shoes looked like Mickey Mouse shoes.

They were very comic in actions, and they showed a lot of emotions because they were mad I was not asleep.

They did not speak, but I knew everything they were thinking.

I have posted these thoughts before, and replies said this description sounded too human like.

But this is the 100% truth.



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« Reply #841 on: May 19th, 2014, 1:09pm »

What do they look like? Probably some of the best examples are shown on this website: (If you or your family members resemble any of these aliens, get help immediately!)

http://www.blue-planet-project.com/
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« Reply #842 on: May 19th, 2014, 3:43pm »

From the above website :

"Am I risking my neck by coming out with this new revised edition? Will they be coming after me next? Better get your copy today while they are still available."

Yes...and for only $24.95

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« Reply #843 on: May 19th, 2014, 4:27pm »

WOW another anonymous scientist reveals all, I had one come up to me and no I will not tell his name but he had proof the world was made from jelly beans and ice cream.

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« Reply #844 on: Jul 16th, 2014, 10:53pm »



I just found the closest image I have ever run across to the alien I refer to as my "teacher" that I attended school under for years. It really captures his "essence and sour disposition".


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« Reply #845 on: May 25th, 2016, 12:15pm »

Timetraveler: Sorry, but you're the one who's wrong. There are many human ETs out there, and they do not masquerade themselves to appear human, because, well, they ARE human. That's not to say that a few alien races do not masquerade themselves, but most of the human ETs encountered, as in the many contact cases, really are humans, albeit not Earth humans. You have to understand that we come from some of them. In ancient days, human civilizations from Lyra, Vega, and elsewhere traveled among the stars, and seeded life here and there. Earth is NOT the only planet with human beings on it! You have to do some extensive research instead of just claiming that no aliens look like us. I wonder what you base that opinion on? In any case, you are not correct. The human form is very common in the universe, we have a huge family out there, both in our own solar system and beyond. That's a fact! We are not that unique here on Earth, far from it! We are most definitely not the only human beings in the universe...nor the first!
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« Reply #846 on: May 26th, 2016, 08:23am »

on Jul 16th, 2014, 10:53pm, Oldtimer wrote:
I just found the closest image I have ever run across to the alien I refer to as my "teacher" that I attended school under for years.


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I believe you ! Close, but not quite to the ACTUAL details.....

I would be willing to be part of an experiment with 99 other abductees. Have each one, who do not know each other, look at x amount of images and compare to these grey, type 2 beings. Then, have us each draw pictures and mention details about our encounters. Afterwards, have a team of researchers sort out the results....Im in !

Anyone care to take this on ?

Im confident enough, KNOWING what I saw, that others have also.....no question whatsoever. I know others will be able to separate the wheat from the chaff. wink


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« Reply #847 on: May 26th, 2016, 1:42pm »


To add.....with a >>>>QUALIFIED<<<< research team who is willing to conduct it. cool kiss grin



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« Reply #848 on: May 26th, 2016, 2:07pm »

on May 26th, 2016, 1:42pm, Cliff-67 wrote:
To add.....with a >>>>QUALIFIED<<<< research team who is willing to conduct it. cool kiss grin



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And what exactly are we researching here...? Witness testimony of what 'they think' aliens look like?
Really....?


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« Reply #849 on: May 26th, 2016, 2:17pm »

on May 26th, 2016, 2:07pm, drwu23 wrote:
And what exactly are we researching here...? Witness testimony of what 'they think' aliens look like?
Really....?


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Yes, really. grin

Compare it to a police line up. wink

EDIT TO ADD : grin (Referring to myself)

http://giphy.com/gifs/shrug-shrugging-shruging-vFbgOpdixK23u/fullscreen

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« Reply #850 on: Nov 2nd, 2017, 8:37pm »

What Darwin Can Tell Us About Aliens

By Stephanie Pappas, Live Science Contributor
November 2, 2017

What would life in a far-flung star system look like? Would humans even recognize it as life?

A new theory says yes, we would. In fact, life on other planets (or moons, or asteroids) might look surprisingly similar to life here on Earth, University of Oxford scientists wrote in a paper published in the International Journal of Astrobiology on Oct. 31. That's because life on other planets would likely be subject to natural selection, just like life on Earth is. And if life is subject to natural selection, it is likely to share similarities, even if it isn't carbon-based, for example, or codes its operating instructions in a way entirely different from DNA.

"Living things are adapted," study co-author Samuel Levin, a doctoral candidate in zoology at the University of Oxford, wrote in an email to Live Science. "They appear to be 'trying to do things' like eat, survive, grow, reproduce."

The only way to adapt, Levin said, is through natural selection, the process through which hereditary variation among individuals leads to differences in success, and ultimately survival of the fittest.

"Anything that will stand out to us as alien life will have undergone natural selection," Levin said.

Adapted aliens
Taking natural selection as a starting point, Levin and his colleagues asked what that reveals about how aliens might look. This is a theoretical approach to the question, Levin said. Many astrobiologists take what's called a "mechanistic" approach, looking at how life has evolved on Earth say, around deep-sea vents and try to apply that to the environments of distant planets. Mechanistic predictions have their strengths, Levin said, but because the sample size of planets with known life is just one, it's hard to know what is unique to Earth and what would hold true in space. For example, eyes or eye-like structures have evolved independently about 40 times on Earth, but it's not clear if aliens would also have eyes or whether sight is an Earth-centric sense.

"Theoretical predictions, like the ones we make, are not tied to the details of Earth," Levin said. "They hold regardless of whether aliens are made of carbon or silicon, have DNA or 'XNA,' breathe oxygen or nitrogen, etc."

Theoretical predictions cannot determine anything as specific as whether aliens would look more like E.T. or the Predator, but natural selection does lead to certain kinds of organisms. Aliens that have undergone natural selection would be "nested," Levin said they would have undergone transformations in complexity over time, and they'd retain some evidence of those transitions. On Earth, genes "cooperated" to make genomes, genomes made blueprints for cells, and primitive cells eventually joined together to make more complex eukaryotic cells. (Mitochondria, the energy-transforming organelles of eukaryotic cells, were once separate organisms that entered a mutually beneficial relationship with their host cells.) Cells join together to make multicellular organisms, and multicellular organisms often cooperate in colonies or societies.

Getting to know the neighbors
To illustrate the concept, Levin and his colleagues dreamed up a tuber-like alien they called the "Octomite," a complex creature made up of smaller entities that have aligned their interests so that they cooperate, much like the human body's cells work together to keep a person alive.

"Are we alone?" is one of the fundamental questions of the universe, Levin said, so it's worth pondering the sort of life we might run across if we do find E.T. out there.

"On a more philosophical level, understanding what features will be universal to life, wherever it exists, seems deeply rewarding," Levin said. "Our work can't answer the question of whether we're alone, but it does tell us something about our neighbors if we're not alone."

https://www.livescience.com/60843-what-aliens-look-like-darwin-study.html

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« Reply #851 on: Nov 2nd, 2017, 9:16pm »

The contacts we are currently working with are immortal using meta-biological bodies, the next evolution beyond integration with robotics and AI. This allows them deeper assimilation with myriads of evolutionary biological entities encountered on other worlds while freeing them from the messy, frail, short lived limitations of biology evolved from animal predecessors. These "Ancient Ones" are 3 billion years our senior. Their home world is an artificially maintained extra-galactic rogue planet devoid of a star and planetary system for the purposes of undetectable seclusion and longevity not tied to the life cycle of stars. In appearance they resemble the ageless blue skin tone Hindu pantheon. Very much humanoid.
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