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JTEM is Magic

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Sep 26, 2022, 11:14:52 PMSep 26
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https://uapro.tumblr.com/post/696514647715643392/are-ufos-humans-from-the-future

The video is on Youtube but the Ufologists over
at UAPRO posted it to their blog, and that's where
I saw it.





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docufo

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Sep 28, 2022, 2:19:40 AMSep 28
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On 9/26/2022 8:14 PM, JTEM is Magic wrote:
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> https://uapro.tumblr.com/post/696514647715643392/are-ufos-humans-from-the-future
>
> The video is on Youtube but the Ufologists over
> at UAPRO posted it to their blog, and that's where
> I saw it.
>
>

The author or narrator fails right off by suggesting time traveling
humans are the "aliens" which, he claims, is "much more likely" than
intelligent aliens visiting Earth.

Time travel is just another sci-fi chestnut that was offered over 60
years ago as a possibility by UFO buffs.

It was hypothesized that the time-traveling little gray aliens are
actually today's humans altered genetically by environmental changes
over the future eons of time, but transported back for presumably
experimental purposes, like changing events on a timeline.

Well, it'd be so much more credible to hypothesize that another set of
humanoids, looking like us in every respect but with brains evolved way
beyond humans', sprung from simians here (or somewhere), mated with us
and have been living among us for many thousands of years.

It's more rooted in the reality we know could've actually happened. And
humans and para-humans represent a stronger, more resilient existence
than humans alone.

Greta was suspected of being a time traveler when someone found a very
old photo of a remarkable lookalike girl working in an early mining
camp. If Greta can travel back and forth, perhaps you should pay more
attention to her "mission" of mercy and renewal of our polluted biosphere.

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JTEM is Magic

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Sep 28, 2022, 2:33:49 AMSep 28
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docufo wrote:

> Well, it'd be so much more credible to hypothesize that another set of
> humanoids, looking like us in every respect but with brains evolved way
> beyond humans', sprung from simians here (or somewhere), mated with us
> and have been living among us for many thousands of years.

"Common Descent." It's an idea thousands of years old and contrary to
the propaganda, that makes "Evolution" thousands of years old. See,
once you posit that a whale and a goat share a common ancestor, you
are claiming, by extension, that one of both EVOLVED since that common
ancestor.

The point?

You are related to a monkey. Genetically. The common ancestor to humans
and monkeys was a monkey. It wasn't the ancestor of monkeys & humans
it was a monkey. And you descend from that monkey, as do all humans.

Humans share DNA with all life on earth, supposedly. Which kind of rules
out Abiogenesis. It takes it out of the realm of science -- something that
CAN happen -- and insists that it's magic. It can only happen once, and
it knows if it already happened so don't try to fool it, even if conditions that
favor it are vastly more common in later years...

Anyway, so you are related to monkeys. And mice. And mangoes. But not
aliens. And you can't reproduce with monkeys, mice or mangoes but you
want to pretend it would be possible to reproduce with aliens?

No. That's not how things work. Ever.

> Greta was suspected of being a time traveler

All part of the propaganda. If you believe she's a time traveler, or are so
much as willing to entertain the notion, then you are willing to concede
that she has information that only highly advanced people from the
future might have.





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docufo

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Sep 28, 2022, 3:28:35 AMSep 28
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You spend much time worrying about highly advanced beings amongst us,
genetically compatible, but I find it nothing to be concerned about at all.

I find OUR species' behavior, quite well documented in all its
inglorious past, to be the chief worry.

I regard any advanced intelligence that's been with us for so very long,
as making us more resilient to crises and helping us with them, and
preparing us for a future that's not the laughable depiction shown in
The Jetson's cartoons.

Or even in the wastelands of Mad Max. Neither future scenario serves any
likely future scenario except for kids and fantasists.

But if we keep relying on machines, we'll need to find other energies to
build and operate them that don't suck enormous resources, and we need
to do more with recycling and renewal projects, like forest replacement.

Greta is just an icon of our times, a symbol of a teenage girl that had
a mission of cleaning up our polluted planet and has mightily persevered
despite angry, self-serving fossil fuel pushers and addicts.

We're all time travelers in our own eras. And if we live to a ripe old
age, say 80s or longer, there are enough changes experienced to make an
oldster believe they've had an almost unreal lifetime of extraordinary
changes.

And since we're all descended from simians, we'll need bananas. And
since we're more 'advanced' than apes and monkeys, we not only just eat
them, but use them for sexual purposes. Puree them, fry them with peanut
butter, make banana bread, dried chips, etc. Use them for pranks to make
people slip and fall.

Oh, how wonderful it is to be so much more intelligent than our ancestors.

LOLol!

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JTEM is Magic

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Sep 28, 2022, 3:36:12 AMSep 28
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docufo wrote:

> You spend much time worrying about highly advanced beings amongst us,
> genetically compatible, but I find it nothing to be concerned about at all.

If by "Much" you mean "None at all" then I have to agree with you.

But if by "Much" you mean "Much" then I urge you to open a window, let
some oxygen in.

> Greta is just an icon of our times, a symbol of a teenage girl that had
> a mission of cleaning up our polluted planet and has mightily persevered
> despite angry, self-serving fossil fuel pushers and addicts.

She's a hand-picked icon. A marketing gimmick. She is to the 1% and their
energy plans what Jared was to Subway.

> And since we're all descended from simians, we'll need bananas.

Since we're all descended from fish, we'll need gills I suppose...

> And
> since we're more 'advanced' than apes and monkeys

"Advanced" doesn't really have any meaning here. The ancestor to Chimps
walked upright and probably used tools for real, instead of the idiocy
dubbed "Tool use" amongst Chimps today.



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docufo

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Sep 28, 2022, 11:39:53 PMSep 28
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On 9/28/2022 12:36 AM, JTEM is Magic wrote:
> docufo wrote:
>
>> You spend much time worrying about highly advanced beings amongst us,
>> genetically compatible, but I find it nothing to be concerned about at all.
>
> If by "Much" you mean "None at all" then I have to agree with you.
>
> But if by "Much" you mean "Much" then I urge you to open a window, let
> some oxygen in.
>
>> Greta is just an icon of our times, a symbol of a teenage girl that had
>> a mission of cleaning up our polluted planet and has mightily persevered
>> despite angry, self-serving fossil fuel pushers and addicts.
>
> She's a hand-picked icon. A marketing gimmick. She is to the 1% and their
> energy plans what Jared was to Subway.
>
>> And since we're all descended from simians, we'll need bananas.
>
> Since we're all descended from fish, we'll need gills I suppose...

For eating? Doesn't sound tasty at all. I'll go for the bananas.

>
>> And
>> since we're more 'advanced' than apes and monkeys
>
> "Advanced" doesn't really have any meaning here. The ancestor to Chimps
> walked upright and probably used tools for real, instead of the idiocy
> dubbed "Tool use" amongst Chimps today.

Yes, "advanced" does. It simply means "superior to" and that means a lst
grader's knowledge is superior to a kindergarten student's. That doesn't
mean that they're enormously superior, but technically they are.

Much apish and monkey behavior is shared by humans. Bananas are very
popular, as I said, but for them it's just food.

And my sarcasm is precisely that our "advanced" species has created many
other uses for bananas our simian cousins just can't do! Imagine how
it'd be living in a human world with only bananas for eating?

Just plain boring. We're into diversity. That takes intelligence.

I'm so happy we have more noodles than simians.

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JTEM is Magic

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Sep 29, 2022, 1:40:12 AMSep 29
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docufo wrote:

> JTEM is Magic wrote:

> > docufo wrote:
> >> And since we're all descended from simians, we'll need bananas.
> >
> > Since we're all descended from fish, we'll need gills I suppose...

> For eating? Doesn't sound tasty at all. I'll go for the bananas.

For breathing. A man who can't breath has no use for bananas.

> > "Advanced" doesn't really have any meaning here. The ancestor to Chimps
> > walked upright and probably used tools for real, instead of the idiocy
> > dubbed "Tool use" amongst Chimps today.

> Yes, "advanced" does. It simply means "superior to" and that means a lst
> grader's knowledge is superior to a kindergarten student's. That doesn't
> mean that they're enormously superior, but technically they are.

Chimps, like I just pointed out, evolved "Backwards" in that sense. And so
didn't we, apparently, as numerous studies detail a drop in brain size in
so called "Modern" humans... including in historic times.

> Much apish and monkey behavior is shared by humans. Bananas are very
> popular, as I said, but for them it's just food.

Not too sure. I recall a documentary on gorillas, about a billion years ago,
where they said that the ate the leaf, or part of it, and not necessarily the
fruit.

Think of it. The fruit is only available for a short time of the year but the
leaf is there as long as the plant is.

> And my sarcasm is precisely that our "advanced" species has created many
> other uses for bananas our simian cousins just can't do! Imagine how
> it'd be living in a human world with only bananas for eating?

Or if bananas were the only marital aid.

> Just plain boring. We're into diversity. That takes intelligence.

That's true for all apes, and likely monkeys. Different foods are available
during different seasons... are they not?

I imagine that they prefer things like fruit, but if you've ever seen a fruit tree
you know you'd starve to death waiting.

Chimps will kill monkeys and sometimes even eat each other!

> I'm so happy we have more noodles than simians.

Thanks a fish = Aquatic Ape!





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docufo

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Sep 29, 2022, 10:47:14 AMSep 29
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On 9/28/2022 10:40 PM, JTEM is Magic wrote:
> docufo wrote:
>
>> JTEM is Magic wrote:
>
>>> docufo wrote:
>>>> And since we're all descended from simians, we'll need bananas.
>>>
>>> Since we're all descended from fish, we'll need gills I suppose...
>
>> For eating? Doesn't sound tasty at all. I'll go for the bananas.
>
> For breathing. A man who can't breath has no use for bananas.

When you mock someone, Jethro, try not to get off the analogical
symmetry of it.
It just makes you look stooopid.
LOL!
With my use of the term "diversity" I was including the dimension of
creativity that comes with advanced intelligence. The ability that
simians do not possess naturally (and would need to be taught by
humans), to do such relatively simple things (for a human) such as
making banana bread or frying bananas with peanut butter.

You ever had banana bread made and baked by apes or monkeys? Well, if
so, they had to be trained. I know of no experimentation or
entertainment act that had or has such amazing simians acting
independently.

Humans have a possibly infinite capability of diversity that may well be
our key to a rapidly changing climate - both environmental and societal.

Sadly, fascism, nationalism, communism, racism, sexism, religious
bigotry, etc., constrain the great and wonderful diversity of our
species, overall.

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JTEM is Magic

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Sep 29, 2022, 2:22:42 PMSep 29
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docufo wrote:

> When you mock someone

Me? ME?!?

I am the Patron Saint of usenet. I never "Mock," I shower respect,
understanding and dare I say love unto all.

Have I ever not?

> With my use of the term "diversity" I was including the dimension of
> creativity that comes with advanced intelligence.

Yeah, thanks for creatively giving us Kavanaugh. That certainly was
intelligent, in an advanced way.

> The ability that
> simians do not possess naturally (and would need to be taught by
> humans), to do such relatively simple things (for a human) such as
> making banana bread or frying bananas with peanut butter.

Bananas: All starch. Count as TWO servings of carbs, they're so bad.
The only way to make them healthier is to drench them in oil...

> You ever had banana bread made and baked by apes or monkeys?

I read somewhere once that "Baking potatoes" used to be a slang
term for anal sex, amongst gay men. Personally I like your "Baking
bananas" better... putting the banana in the oven...

You have a dirty mind.

> Well, if
> so, they had to be trained. I know of no experimentation or
> entertainment act that had or has such amazing simians acting
> independently.

If you think about it, and don't worry there won't be a test on this,
humans have been influencing/shaping Chimp evolution for millions
of years. This probably began before there were even Chimps.

> Humans have a possibly infinite capability of diversity that may well be
> our key to a rapidly changing climate - both environmental and societal.

The climate is cyclical. Our species was exclusive to the tropics and
sub tropics. We evolved. Spread into colder regions. We went from
specialists to generalists, yes.






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