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Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?

 
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Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Why didn't they just use robots, or enslave another existing race, or just do it themselves?

Creating a race to mine for you sounds pretty convoluted and a lot more tedious than some of the other options available.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
That is not true.

The "Aliens" are an extention of the Universal forces.

On this, and some other planets, several went astray.

They then took mankind as their toys and slaves.

Their goals, "the fallen ones", were many and pointless, among which was to mine for gold because it is a universal token.

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robots might need upkeep. Humans are 'self sustaining'

maybe they were also in kahoots with the ones who suck our chi.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Do you mean 'The 12th planet(The Earth Chronicles, Book 1)' by Zecharia Sitchin ?

Nice book though~
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Hell might as well ask why they needed to come down to a planet to mine anything.

Gold, among many other minerals and metals are located in the asteroids of the asteroid belt.

Far easier to collect asteroids, bring the material on board a ship and then use solar power to smelt the ores you get then dump the slag back into space, or send it on a trajectory that ends in the sun... or around a planet that could use a large moon say like Mars.

The fact that the asteroid belt exists strongly suggests that no mineral starved aliens have been around here. If the would have arrived long ago the asteroids would no longer be there. Many are rich in nickle and iron, and containing high levels of iridium and other rare metals not found on Earth.

For a space based race, all of these metals would be dear to them, thus they would not just mine Gold, they would mine everything most likely including the slag which itself could contain chemicals that they could easily extract and utilize.

If they were looking for water, they would not need to come any closer than the Kuiper Belt which is rich in water ice and organic compounds. Thus if a thirsty space race visited our solar system we would not have comets today.

We have already mined out many of the surface metals and minerals, we have to dig deep - real deep. Ever see the Salt Lake copper mine? There are a few dozen super large open pit mines in the world. If we were to abandon them they would still stick out like a sore thumb 10 thousand years down the road as a geological anomaly. If a gold starved species came here they would not be satisfied with simple primitive tunneling, they would go big and dig out huge pits leaving huge holes that would stick out and be well known to us today.

This 'facts' rarely get any attention from those who insist we were created to be a labor force.

However if you consider how we operate mentally (everything is sex or is in the attainment of sex) then we should conclude that we were bred to be sex slave, pleasure givers to our creators.

That makes a bit more sense and may have more of a scientific leg to stand upon than 'mining gold' does.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Hell might as well ask why they needed to come down to a planet to mine anything.

Gold, among many other minerals and metals are located in the asteroids of the asteroid belt.

Far easier to collect asteroids, bring the material on board a ship and then use solar power to smelt the ores you get then dump the slag back into space, or send it on a trajectory that ends in the sun... or around a planet that could use a large moon say like Mars.

The fact that the asteroid belt exists strongly suggests that no mineral starved aliens have been around here. If the would have arrived long ago the asteroids would no longer be there. Many are rich in nickle and iron, and containing high levels of iridium and other rare metals not found on Earth.

For a space based race, all of these metals would be dear to them, thus they would not just mine Gold, they would mine everything most likely including the slag which itself could contain chemicals that they could easily extract and utilize.

If they were looking for water, they would not need to come any closer than the Kuiper Belt which is rich in water ice and organic compounds. Thus if a thirsty space race visited our solar system we would not have comets today.

We have already mined out many of the surface metals and minerals, we have to dig deep - real deep. Ever see the Salt Lake copper mine? There are a few dozen super large open pit mines in the world. If we were to abandon them they would still stick out like a sore thumb 10 thousand years down the road as a geological anomaly. If a gold starved species came here they would not be satisfied with simple primitive tunneling, they would go big and dig out huge pits leaving huge holes that would stick out and be well known to us today.

This 'facts' rarely get any attention from those who insist we were created to be a labor force.

However if you consider how we operate mentally (everything is sex or is in the attainment of sex) then we should conclude that we were bred to be sex slave, pleasure givers to our creators.

That makes a bit more sense and may have more of a scientific leg to stand upon than 'mining gold' does.
 Quoting: Dr. House


I know.

The fact that gold is more plentiful in space than on this measly little planet is a fact that I didn't touch upon.

Personally, I don't believe that we were created to mine gold for aliens, because of all the improbabilities involved with it.

Two of these prominent improbabilities are the facts that A) gold can be found in great abundance in places besides Earth and B) The time and effort involved in creating a slave race to mine ores for you seems highly inefficient when much better avenues exist, such as robots or other technologies.

I was just posing the question to those that do believe in this.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Why didn't they just use robots, or enslave another existing race, or just do it themselves?

Creating a race to mine for you sounds pretty convoluted and a lot more tedious than some of the other options available.
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because it was an extremely, extremely low-intelligence BIZARRE myth made up by a person with a strange brain and low intelligence
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Why didn't they just use robots, or enslave another existing race, or just do it themselves?

Creating a race to mine for you sounds pretty convoluted and a lot more tedious than some of the other options available.
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costs less to build and maintain.. duh

Just drop some humans off, and let them go at it, and they will go ahead and 'build' more units for you on their own, collect their own power supply (food/water), and make (somewhat) intelligent decisions on what to do next.

The bigger question is why the hell would aliens want to mine gold? That's a particular human thing. It happens to be fairly rare on this particular planet, so it has value to us. There will be planets and asteroids and stuff out there where gold flows like water, probably, and therefore is essentially worthless, or as cheap as plain rock.

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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
K, make a bunch of MOOT replies


again,


because it was an extremely, extremely low-intelligence BIZARRE myth made up by a person with a eccentric strange brain and low intelligence, and makes no sense in regard to ETs.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Hell might as well ask why they needed to come down to a planet to mine anything.

Gold, among many other minerals and metals are located in the asteroids of the asteroid belt.

Far easier to collect asteroids, bring the material on board a ship and then use solar power to smelt the ores you get then dump the slag back into space, or send it on a trajectory that ends in the sun... or around a planet that could use a large moon say like Mars.

The fact that the asteroid belt exists strongly suggests that no mineral starved aliens have been around here. If the would have arrived long ago the asteroids would no longer be there. Many are rich in nickle and iron, and containing high levels of iridium and other rare metals not found on Earth.

For a space based race, all of these metals would be dear to them, thus they would not just mine Gold, they would mine everything most likely including the slag which itself could contain chemicals that they could easily extract and utilize.

If they were looking for water, they would not need to come any closer than the Kuiper Belt which is rich in water ice and organic compounds. Thus if a thirsty space race visited our solar system we would not have comets today.

We have already mined out many of the surface metals and minerals, we have to dig deep - real deep. Ever see the Salt Lake copper mine? There are a few dozen super large open pit mines in the world. If we were to abandon them they would still stick out like a sore thumb 10 thousand years down the road as a geological anomaly. If a gold starved species came here they would not be satisfied with simple primitive tunneling, they would go big and dig out huge pits leaving huge holes that would stick out and be well known to us today.

This 'facts' rarely get any attention from those who insist we were created to be a labor force.

However if you consider how we operate mentally (everything is sex or is in the attainment of sex) then we should conclude that we were bred to be sex slave, pleasure givers to our creators.

That makes a bit more sense and may have more of a scientific leg to stand upon than 'mining gold' does.
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That was a good logical bunch of points, and i tend to agree.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
K, make a bunch of MOOT replies


again,


because it was an extremely, extremely low-intelligence BIZARRE myth made up by a person with a eccentric strange brain and low intelligence, and makes no sense in regard to ETs.
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2 more years and they'll be collecting that gold.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Did you know?

If there is a combo of complete bizarre nonsense and valid info, the population will discuss BOTH, repeat, BOTH, instead of just the valid info

thats whats going on in this thread

the population just seriously discusses BOTH bizarre nonsense and valid works
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K, make a bunch of MOOT replies


again,


because it was an extremely, extremely low-intelligence BIZARRE myth made up by a person with a eccentric strange brain and low intelligence, and makes no sense in regard to ETs.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Did you know?

If, in our reality, there is a combo of 1) complete bizarre nonsense and 2) valid info/works, the population will discuss BOTH, repeat, BOTH, instead of just the valid info
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K, make a bunch of MOOT replies


again,


because it was an extremely, extremely low-intelligence BIZARRE myth made up by a person with a eccentric strange brain and low intelligence, and makes no sense in regard to ETs.


For the really, really slow:

- This website exists for entertainment purposes only.

- Not all posts on this website are intended as truthful or factual assertion by their authors. Some users of this website are participating in internet role playing
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Did you know?

If, in our reality, there is a combo of 1) complete bizarre nonsense and 2) valid info/works, the population will discuss BOTH, repeat, BOTH, instead of just the valid info
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Hell might as well ask why they needed to come down to a planet to mine anything.

Gold, among many other minerals and metals are located in the asteroids of the asteroid belt.

Far easier to collect asteroids, bring the material on board a ship and then use solar power to smelt the ores you get then dump the slag back into space, or send it on a trajectory that ends in the sun... or around a planet that could use a large moon say like Mars.

The fact that the asteroid belt exists strongly suggests that no mineral starved aliens have been around here. If the would have arrived long ago the asteroids would no longer be there. Many are rich in nickle and iron, and containing high levels of iridium and other rare metals not found on Earth.

For a space based race, all of these metals would be dear to them, thus they would not just mine Gold, they would mine everything most likely including the slag which itself could contain chemicals that they could easily extract and utilize.

If they were looking for water, they would not need to come any closer than the Kuiper Belt which is rich in water ice and organic compounds. Thus if a thirsty space race visited our solar system we would not have comets today.

We have already mined out many of the surface metals and minerals, we have to dig deep - real deep. Ever see the Salt Lake copper mine? There are a few dozen super large open pit mines in the world. If we were to abandon them they would still stick out like a sore thumb 10 thousand years down the road as a geological anomaly. If a gold starved species came here they would not be satisfied with simple primitive tunneling, they would go big and dig out huge pits leaving huge holes that would stick out and be well known to us today.

This 'facts' rarely get any attention from those who insist we were created to be a labor force.

However if you consider how we operate mentally (everything is sex or is in the attainment of sex) then we should conclude that we were bred to be sex slave, pleasure givers to our creators.

That makes a bit more sense and may have more of a scientific leg to stand upon than 'mining gold' does.
 Quoting: Dr. House

We were created BEFORE the "asteroid belt existed...that is the remains of a planet that was desrtoyed by....you know who/what.

Not saying that we were created for "mining reasons" but yes we were created by an alien race.
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K, make a bunch of MOOT replies


again,


because it was an extremely, extremely low-intelligence BIZARRE myth made up by a person with a eccentric strange brain and low intelligence, and makes no sense in regard to ETs.


For the really, really slow:

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- Not all posts on this website are intended as truthful or factual assertion by their authors. Some users of this website are participating in internet role playing
 Quoting: nomind


I get that GLP is host to a lot of silly bullcrap, but I've seen this pop up in a lot of other places. So it's not something that's found only here.

There are people who really truly believe this story.
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the population, as if in a bizarre eccentric, Ambien pills-like state, will discuss BOTH, REPEAT, BOTH complete nonsense and valid topics. Instead of just valid topics

its very strange and bizarre.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
I get that GLP is host to a lot of silly bullcrap, but I've seen this pop up in a lot of other places. So it's not something that's found only here.

There are people who really truly believe this story.
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Heh could be, my point was just for the guy complaining about our discussing this in the first place ;)
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
I get that GLP is host to a lot of silly bullcrap, but I've seen this pop up in a lot of other places. So it's not something that's found only here.

There are people who really truly believe this story.


Heh could be, my point was just for the guy complaining about our discussing this in the first place ;)
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Ok, so you believe it is good and normal, rather than strange and bizarre that:



the population, as if in a bizarre eccentric, Ambien pills-like state, will discuss BOTH, REPEAT, BOTH complete nonsense and valid topics. Instead of just valid topics
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Why do humans need monkeys to test vaccines ?

Surely we have the technology to simulate this ?
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Why do humans need monkeys to test vaccines ?

Surely we have the technology to simulate this ?
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Not similar comparisons.

We don't send monkeys to the moon to collect rock samples, do we? Of course not.
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Why do humans need monkeys to test vaccines ?

Surely we have the technology to simulate this ?


Not similar comparisons.

We don't send monkeys to the moon to collect rock samples, do we? Of course not.
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Actually, I have a better way of putting it. That one wasn't quite right.

If we wanted to collect moon rocks, which, say, contained Unobtainium which we needed to power our planet...

Would we travel to the moon, and genetically create a race of primitive Moon Monkeys to do our mining for us? No, we wouldn't.

We'd send astronauts, or robots, or something. Maybe we'd establish a permanent base. Whatever we did, the idea of creating a 'slave race' would probably be at the bottom of the barrel.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
robots might need upkeep. Humans are 'self sustaining'

maybe they were also in kahoots with the ones who suck our chi.
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The Anunnaki did not like to have a robot sex device. But like most with a native earth slaves women, and children. The remanents of these practiques are on their Followers: the Catholic Church and their "sodomites" priests!

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what is the best fuel source in the universe? ANTIMATTER

how do you create antimatter artificially? shoot a super high powered laser at ____???????????



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So do some of you really believe you were created by an Alien and they just left us here?? Too many prescription drugs lol
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Zecharia Sitchin explains this in his book The 12th Planet. The short version is that the Anunnaki did mine the gold for themselves at first, but after a lengthy time in the mines rebelled. Enki then devised a plan to make human workers.


From wikipedia:
He claims they evolved after Nibiru entered the solar system and first arrived on Earth probably 450,000 years ago, looking for minerals, especially gold, which they found and mined in Africa. Sitchin states that these "gods" were the rank and file workers of the colonial expedition to Earth from planet Nibiru.

Sitchin believes the Anunnaki genetically engineered Homo sapiens as slave creatures to work their gold mines by crossing extraterrestrial genes with those of Homo erectus. Sitchin claims ancient inscriptions report that human civilization in Sumer of Mesopotamia was set up under the guidance of these "gods", and human kingship was inaugurated to provide intermediaries between mankind and the Anunnaki (creating the Divine right of kings doctrine).

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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Hahaha its funny that this type of discussion exists.
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Zecharia Sitchin explains this in his book
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Yeah....he gets PAID to say that.....

Now the question is by WHOM??
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Re: Why did aliens need to create the human race to mine gold for them?
Why didn't they just use robots, or enslave another existing race, or just do it themselves?

Creating a race to mine for you sounds pretty convoluted and a lot more tedious than some of the other options available.
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Even highly technological devices/robots would need maintenance, more materials mined for the robots, factories and workers!!
Self reproducing biological units that even when die, can be spiritually sent back incarnation after incarnation with memory wipes and you've got the perfect low too no maintenance system!!
Not to mention some sex slaves, even perhaps a food source!!
Yep, humankind, the perfect slave race!!
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