Those ET bastards!
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The April 3, 2017 issue of The New Yorker has a lengthy article by Tad Friend, The God Pill, about Silicon Valley’s search for a cure to aging, even death, page 54 ff.
I won’t bore you with the details, fascinating as they are, but came away wondering about a few things that have to do with UFOs or, rather, UFO abductees.
I’ve broached this topic once before here, in reference to why ETs have never provided a cure for those they’ve allegedly encountered who were ill or had a death progressing disease, such as Barney Hill had.
In the context of The New Yorker article, with its litany of new attempts by Silicon Valley’s tech wizards to find out why we age and die, I wonder why, if extraterrestrials are from an advanced civilization or even our future, “they” haven’t saved or cured a human that they have allegedly kidnapped or abducted, since it seems likely that an advanced species or humans from our future would have the knowledge or “pill” that the Silicon Valley wizards insist will be forthcoming, the technique or medicinal that stems aging and death itself.
Has there been any research or study of purported UFO abductees (experiencers) indicating they have remained young or haven’t aged as rapidly as the rest of us?
Has any abductee been saved from a death-dealing disease, such as cancer?
It seems likely, to me, that if aliens from afar or time actually exist, and they have taken humans into their milieu, they would, if compassionate or medically astute, impart some knowledge or actual medical wherewithals to those they supposedly borrowed and examined as so many abductees tells us happened to them, Travis Walton comes to mind.
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