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Alien Ineptitude

From: Joseph Polanik <jpolanik@mindspring.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 09:25:18 GMT
Fwd Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 18:22:44 -0400
Subject: Alien Ineptitude


 >Date: Sat, 9 Oct 1999 03:08:50 -0400
 >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
 >From: John Velez <jvif@spacelab.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

 >>>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.

 >Anal fixations aside, I think you should switch your focus from
 >excised cow rectums to missing cow's -blood!-

 >We (modern science) use cow's blood to 'extract' some of its
 >substances for use in -transfusions- for human patients.
 >(Because of its unique compatibility with human blood.) Cows and
 >humans, what's the connection? You have only to look to the
 >(ubiquitous) lack of blood in the animals and on the scene when
 >they are discovered. Time and again one of the striking features
 >of reported cattle mutilations is the lack of blood at the scene
 >or in the animal itself. Even the taking of certain organs
 >during a mutilation may be a 'side issue' to the complete
 >removal of the animals blood.

 >The use of animal substances (female horse urine for estrogen
 >etc) in connection with treatments intended for human recipients
 >has a history and the list of new drugs/substances that are
 >being created or obtained via that method continues to grow
 >daily. There may be important clues about the "alien agenda"
 >hidden in the selection of an animal whose blood composition is
 >closest to/most compatible with its human keepers. The "aliens"
 >don't seem quite so "inept" when their mutilation activity is
 >viewed in that light, do they?

When human scientists find a useful substance in the blood of an
animal or the sap of a tree, they synthesize it. If these aliens
don't seem to have the same skills at biochemistry that mere
human scientists have. If they are not inept, why would they
travel so far to get something they could synthesize?

Those who have responded to my first post on the assumption of
alien ineptitude within the ETH have offered different reasons
why aliens might value certain substances found on Earth. But
the question is 'Why would they come to Earth to collect a
substance they should be able to make?'.

Until you can answer that question, you're making my case for
me.

Joe


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




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