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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Why Aliens Don't Reveal Themselves to people

Why Aliens Don't Reveal Themselves to us


With all of the evidence of UFOs and the many abduction stories that are all over the news and the internet, people often have asked me: "why aliens haven't revealed themselves to the human race yet?" Well there are a few different hypotheses on the subject, Many of which I subscribe to personally. One is that the human race simply isn't ready yet because we are so violent.

While many of my acquaintances in life are really good people (never been in trouble with the law or even been in a fist fight), when you look down on us like aliens do you can really see how sad and dangerous the human race is here on Earth.

First, we've been in a perpetual war for most of our existence; if not all of it. Some of which have been quite horrific. Look at the world wars where we all invaded each other over, when you think about it from an outside perspective, really dumb reasons. You start to see why we are so scary looking to them. Really there are many instances. Here's a list of some of our most terrible moments in our history.

Wars by Death Toll
  • World War II - 60,000,000–85,000,000
  • Mongol conquests - 40,000,000–70,000,000
  • Three Kingdoms War - 36,000,000–40,000,000
  • Eastern Front - 30,000,000
  • Qing dynasty conquest of Ming Dynasty - 25,000,000
  • Taiping Rebellion - 20,000,000
  • Second Sino-Japanese War - 20,000,000
  • World War I - 17,000,000

And, these are only a handful of some of the deadliest wars. There's also really unbelievable things that us humans have done to each other like examples of genocide. Imagine again being an alien, looking down and seeing us send a group of people for no reason at all to the Holocaust camps where we murdered between 4,194,200 to 5,930,000 people according to estimates. That right there is a good reason not to make contact and to study us a little bit more.

What about single crazy acts we have done such as dropping nuclear bombs on innocent people in Japan or watching our great flying machines slam into some of our greatest achievements of buildings as in the 911 attacks? It's obvious that we are in fact, a dangerous race that should be proceeded with caution. 

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