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Old January 26th 20, 08:18 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Whenever a more advanced species encounters a less advanced, the former typically will exploit the latter. We've proven this to be the case on Earth. Perhaps interaction with more advanced interstellar species is really a blessing in disguise !


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Old January 26th 20, 08:28 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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NON-interaction
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Old January 26th 20, 10:52 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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casagiannoni wrote:

Whenever a more advanced species encounters a less advanced,
the former typically will exploit the latter.


There's no way I'll consent to being a horse's doover.

We've proven
this to be the case on Earth.


With cultures/civilisations/ethnicities too.

Perhaps interaction with more
advanced interstellar species is really a blessing in disguise!


The way interacting with us is a blessing for our meat animals?
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Old January 27th 20, 02:08 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Old January 27th 20, 04:56 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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casagiannoni wrote:
Ned Latham wrote:
casagiannoni wrote:


----snip----

Perhaps interaction with more
advanced interstellar species is really a blessing in disguise!


The way interacting with us is a blessing for our meat animals?


I corrected myself to NON-interaction .


Ah. Didn't see that.

Yes, just so.


Mmm. Not an enticing prospect.
 




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