Alien and human mating
An anthropologist from an alien planet provides voice-over commentary for a documentary at human courtship, mating, and reproduction. Narrator : [at the movies] Human females enjoy stories about one person dying slowly. The males prefer stories of many people dying quickly. In. Comedy Sci-Fi.
How old am I: I'm 38 years old
My sex: I'm lady
Hair color: Gray
I like to drink: I like gin
Body piercings: Ear piercing
In addition, Chi's argument rests on the fact that two things have simultaneously increased in the past several decades: the of reported abductions and the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide. But an instructor at the University of Oxford in England believes the abductions are real. Seth Shostak. He doesn't imply a cause and effect: The abduction experiment is not responsible for global warming.
The experience doesn't sound pleasant. IE 11 is not supported. By producing a new model of Homo sapiensthis project would eliminate the need for difficult climate accords or elaborate geoengineering projects. Young-hae Chi, who teaches Korean at the university, also claims to know what the aliens have in mind. It would also help the aliens themselves — who are said to be living among us — by preserving the part of their DNA that's carried by the temperature-tolerant hybrids.
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If you're familiar with UFO loreyou know there are a couple of common explanations for these breeding experiments. But it's the other inhabitants of the planet that are problematic — crops and critters that will either migrate toward the poles or disappear altogether. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
It's a big jump from a coincidence in timing to an alien project to produce a climate-resistant species. Does the Oxford instructor p that these other earthly residents are also being re-engineered by the aliens?
It seems unlikely that humanity will ultimately find this situation less threatening thanks to an alien re-build. Rather, it's a reaction to it. Of course, many other things have risen during this time, too — including the price of bacon and the of TV channels.
After all, there's never been any good evidence that the abductions are taking place. And meanwhile, the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide continues to climb.
They live among us, but we don't notice. Of course, human-alien hybrids, no matter how well adapted to a warmer world, don't address the crux of the climate change problem. Scientists, of course, are dubious of such claims. Space 'Zoo hypothesis' may explain why we haven't seen any space aliens. The extraterrestrials are often said to take their captives to their saucers, lay them out on a table and extract sperm from the men and impregnate the women.
The inability to discern anything odd about the appearance of the hybrids is both convenient and unconvincing. Chi takes the claims at face value, and links the growing of abductees cataloged by Jacobs to the increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases. Share this —. The other is that the aliens are producing hybrid beings that will somehow help them take over our planet.
No one ever seems to bring along a cellphone to take photos or to pocket an artifact from the saucers. Chi says the reason we don't see the aliens is that they are largely unrecognizable.
Aliens are already here and breeding with us, says oxford lecturer
One is that the aliens are in a reproductive bind on their home world: They can no longer successfully procreate and so have come to Earth to use humans as incubators to spawn alien offspring. Maybe you've never seen any space aliens, but recent polls indicate that up to 6 percent of Americans claim to have been abducted by them. In lectures given at the university, he says they're creating alien-human hybrids as a hedge against climate change.
He bases this statement on the work of David Jacobs, a retired Temple University historian who has published several books on ufology and who runs the International Center for Abduction Research. These, after all, are essential to both our environment and our food supply. Even unimproved humans can handle hotter temperatures; after all, they already live in a plethora of steamy environments including the Congo, Amazonia and downtown Tucson. Mind you, this too is controversial, and Jacobs himself admits that people should be skeptical of these recollections.
The mating habits of the earthbound human
Jacobs has interviewed more than a thousand people who claim to have been abducted, using hypnotic regression that apparently allows them to recall their unearthly encounters with aliens. Rising sea levels could be dealt with too, by building dikes along the seaboards and writing off Miami Beach. To support his unorthodox theory, Chi notes that for several decades the of reported alien abductions has risen.
The extraterrestrials are producing hybrids that can better withstand the rigors of a toastier planet. Eventually, this weird theory will be vindicated or vanquished by observation.