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Homo Sapiens Analogue Thinking Compared to Extra Biological Entities Digital Thinking..............
November 24, 2015
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  We humans perceive information in an analog format. We capture auditory and visual signals as a continuous stream. Advanced (EBE’s) Extra Biological Entities who are thousands or millions of years more advanced than humans perceive information digitally. They process information geometrically and mathematically. These two different ways of processing information, make it almost impossible for these two sentient beings one being low on the evolutionary scale and the other high on the evolutionary scale to communicate with each other.

  Human’s primary means of communication is verbal. Verbal communication is not precise or accurate. Our continuous tribal warfare on earth is proof enough of the imprecise nature of verbal communication. Advanced EBE’s probably can make verbal sounds but do to a difference in their anatomy their ability to modulate sounds would sound crude to us humans. It would seem logical that EBE’s preferred choice of communication would be by mental telepathy. Telepathy is a very precise and an accurate form of communication.

  When humans take in information in a continuous stream we can have an enjoyable experience because we are not initially aware of the inherent flaws when gathering information. When EBE’s gather information digitally they may appreciate the complexity and beauty of an object but they may not experience pleasure. We humans process information slowly. Learning for us is a slow process. Advanced EBE’s process information rapidly and are fast learners.

  “To Err is human” allows us to be innovative when the unexpected appears. EBE’s small room for error creates a mindset of intellectual rigidity. We humans abhor intellectual rigidity; change is part of our DNA. There is a growing preponderance of evidence to suggest that EBE’s have been monitoring humans for a very long time. Maybe they are very curious about us, because we are analogue thinkers, who have entered into the digital age of technology. Also, they are curious about how humans have an ability to adapt to adverse conditions.

  EBE’s direct interaction with the military could be because of the military’s strong infatuation with digital technology. This provides EBE’s with a common ground by which they can communicate with human beings. They could not achieve this level of communication with the general public because of the variety of ways people communicate with each other. In our current state of human evolution we do not have the natural means (mental telepathy) by which we can openly and freely communicate with an advanced extra-terrestrial biological entity. Given what has just been proposed is true, the question that has to be asked is do we want to try to communicate with an advanced species.

  If by chance humans came into contact with a species that was on our technological level, it would be a matter of time before we would have a conflict with them. We humans do not mutually coexist well with others. Our imprecise form of communication along with our propensity for tribal warfare would eventually create a conflict between the two species. Until we humans can mutually co-exist peacefully with each other, it would be in the best interest of cosmic amity that advanced EBE’s keep humans confined to the planet earth.

  We humans fail to understand that we can go anywhere on earth regardless of language differences and sit with another human share a meal and a good laugh. If it is ever in our destiny to be a space faring civilization we will miss these casual moments with other humans. Such casual moments with other species is very unlikely do to the radical differences in communication.


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