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Re: Abductions: A Funny Thing Happened...

From: Joseph Polanik <jpolanik@mindspring.com>
Date: Sat, 09 Oct 1999 15:07:43 GMT
Fwd Date: Sat, 09 Oct 1999 14:05:44 -0400
Subject: Re: Abductions: A Funny Thing Happened...


 >Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 17:10:27 -0500 (CDT)
 >From: Brian Cuthbertson <brianc@fc.net>
 >To: updates@globalserve.net
 >Subject: Re: Abductions: A Funny Thing Happened...

 >>From: Joseph Polanik <jpolanik@mindspring.com>
 >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
 >>Subject: Re: Abductions: A Funny Thing Happened...
 >>Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 00:05:38 GMT

 ><snip>

 >>Within the ETH, a lot of speculation about abducting aliens rest
 >>upon an unstated assumption of alien ineptitude.

 >>Imagine: You are the emissary of a dying race. You travel
 >>zillions of miles across the galaxy looking for a precious,
 >>life-preserving substance. You find it in the rectum of a cow.
 >>You remove said rectum and return home with your discovery.

 >>Then, instead of synthesizing the substance, instead of abducting
 >>a herd of cows to assure yourself of a steady supply of bovine
 >>recta, you make a special trip to Earth every time you need a
 >>fix.

 >>Bizzare.

 >Imagine: You are an emissary from a race zillions of miles away,
 >who is observing the inhabitants of a planet that are slowly but
 >surely polluting the heck out their environment, and apparently
 >determined to cover the planet with asphalt and people.

 >You find that by monitoring substances inside the rectums of
 >cows, you can track progression of certain pollutants and their
 >increasing affect on mammals which are very similar, in many
 >ways, to humans.

 >Bizzare?  Inept?  Maybe not.

This motivation may be less bizarre or it may just be different.
But the ineptitude remains.

Human scientists who monitor pollutants in the environment seem
capable of finding ways to do this without sacrificing so many
cows. Indeed, so far as I know (which may not be very far) there
is nopollutant known to human science which must be monitored in
bovine recta.

Consider human scientists who want to monitor the presence of
pollutants in human breast milk. They take samples of breast
milk from lactating females. Do they cut off the breast? Of
course not.

Consider all the other ways in which scientists and/or doctors
can take tissue and fluid samples from inside the body without
harming the subject. Biopsies, Spinal Taps, etc.

Consider proctologists and oncologists. These specialists can
inspect and take samples from the colon without harming the
patient.

But aliens don't seem to duplicate this finesse.

If they can't then their ineptitude speaks for itself.

If they can but just don't want to, then their ineptitude
consists in their inability to cover their tracks.

Joe Polanik


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Joseph Polanik, jpolanik@mindspring.com
Trionic Research Institute, http://trionica.com




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