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NAIS Science Report 11

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What most people call aliens and monsters are usually extra-dimensional creatures.

What we know as a species increases daily. We are not alone in the universe, and we have known this for a while. The majority of 'alien' species encountered have not been little green men from Mars. Rather they are creatures that have come from alternate Earths that converge at points. These points can be accessed and manipulated with deviced that exploit dimensional science theorums.

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Ouroboros
December 7, 2010, 8:39
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So. Now I understand your "Elib" post a bit better. I like this John Keel approach. 

What would be the cause or requirements for a "breakthrough"? Are we talking multiple variants of Earth or only one? Would these creatures be inherently evil?

Just a few random thoughts. I´ll be back with more:)

//David



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