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Old 12-21-2017, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Desert kid View Post
It isn't too far out there to believe that the government knows things that we don't. Hides things from us, and hides whatever needs hiding from us. I'm pretty cynical towards the Federal government, but in a cosmic sense, they could be the lesser of evils compared to what might be out there.
I agree. There is something about 'them' that would apparently be too much for most people to handle, whether its in regard to their nature, where they come from, possibly being our creators, etc etc.

I have a feeling we may not like the truth.

Ive always felt the analogy of the lab rat and scientist best describes the situation, even if someone sat down with the rat and explained the purpose of all the testing and why the rat was being used, it wouldnt understand any of it, its simply beyond its ability...humans are the lab rats, aliens are the scientists.
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