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Re: Solved Abducction cases

From: Dennis <dstacy@texas.net>
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 12:25:22 -0500 (CDT)
Fwd Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 14:29:09 -0400
Subject: Re: Solved Abducction cases

>From: Greg Sandow <gsandow@prodigy.net>
>To: "'UFO UpDates - Toronto'" <updates@globalserve.net>
>Subject: RE: UFO UpDate: Re: Witness Anonymity
>Date: Wed, 8 Oct 1997 18:20:44 -0400

>I've been thinking more about abductions and alien technology.


Be careful! That kinda stuff can get you in trouble! For
instance, doesn't this discussion belong on that other thread,
Solved Abduction Cases?

>Back in the '50s, everybody confidently predicted that, long before
>the 1990's, we'd all have atom-powered cars. Funny thing, Dennis...I
>don't see you driving one.

>Greg Sandow

Greg, you need to get out of the city more. Next time you're out
west, we'll go out to the ranch and wheel around in my old '57
Plutonium. I keep her in a lead-lined, underground garage there,
for all the obvious reasons. It's a pity, too, because she's a
real beaut. The dashboard cigarette lighter was a true innovation
at the time, but the Pluto's best feature wasn't even mentioned
in the user's manual: No headlights.
Seems the damn chrome bumpers glow in the dark!

>Well, surprise. Canned and frozen foods just don't taste too good.
>Free-range chickens taste better than the kind produced in chicken

At this point in time, the technology that results in the
chicken, be it free-ranging or caged, is still the biological
egg. It's what's done with the byproduct afterwards that
determines it's final taste and texture.

That's not a technology per se, so much as a process.

>Suppose the aliens have learned these lessons on a larger scale.
>Suppose they've found that test-tube humans don't have rich and
>interesting souls. Suppose they've found that sperm and eggs, brought
>together in a flying saucer lab, produce children that aren't good
>for much.

>Suppose, in other words, that  they've learned to appreciate
>free-range humans. (Or, in this case, I guess, free-range hybrids.)
>So they breed us in as close to the old-fashioned way as they dare.

Humans are already artifically inseminated and I don't see anyone
arguing that they have less of a soul than people produced the
good old fashioned (and fun) way.

We even have methods whereby some slaughterhouses try not to
instill panic in the cattle so that they won't inject certain
hormones, adrenaline, etc., into the bloodstream and thereby
taint the product. I supect -- although of course I can't prove
it -- that highly advanced aliens would have come up with a less
traumatic way of extracting sperm and ova if they were concerned
about "soul" issues and "rich, interesting" hybrids.

So I'm simply saying that the, ah, genetic acquisition techniques
reported in the UFO literature seem somewhat crude and archaic in
light of other advances ascribed to the aliens.

You apparently are saying that I can't say that because, I think,
it would be to limit their options. But to do that, you have to
imagine a reason for them to behave the way they do, which is to
psychoanalyze them and their motives.

In a "perfect" world I suppose I wouldn't be allowed to make an
observation about purported alien technology -- but neither would
you be permitted a guess about alien psychology. In which case --
no UFO lists!

So come on down, pod'nuh, and we'll take the ol' Pluto for a
spin. Don't fergit yer lead underwear!

SA Sasquatch

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