As fascinating to me as we (apparently) are to them.
@Tim as long as this helps humanity wake up and want to be better as a whole than this is good news
I love these et interviews / contact , always interesting . I liked the not surprised at Trump answer . I always like to hear details about what they find interesting about us , one of my favorite et answers from a while ago that I like to contemplate was when they said they were endlessly fascinated by the intense personal criticism we lather on ourselves
I agree Kim...the list of societal conundrums they mention is also truly compelling...like the demonstrations of free speech to prevent others from speaking I found remarkably ironic.
Otherscott , yes I should have mentioned that one - it stood out to me too
They find our use of electricity interesting? I wonder what types of energy other civilizations are using then. And the comment about metallurgy is quite interesting. What percentage of planets in our galaxy contain sufficient quantities of metal to mine and refine them? Questions I have never thought about.
Nearly every one has useful metals and minerals.
What's the story on the alien ship that crashed on earth? What happened to it? Have there been other crashes after that one? Did the alien die or did he survive?
The have been a number of books written on this subject I believe, but I don't know of any specific titles. I'd suggest starting with Ozark Mountain Publishing, and Bing or Google will also probably lead to more such publications.
Essentially these questions become, even if not intended to be, truth metering. Fact checking, in other words and a great opportunity to dispute perceived discrepancies.
That said, the idea of such a session is intriguing, isn't it? The answers will cast light on what many readers would consider a cover-up and that strays towards, in not straight into, the area of criminality, one I avoid.
Before I ask The Committee to weigh in, please everybody ask your additional questions first.
Re: Alien Invasion
Are you and Laura referring to the Roswell crash? I hope so. I grew up not too far from the site and the lore has been part of my life since I can remember. My dad and I spent many a night UFO hunting. Spotted several. My questions are very basic and not very deep, but here they are:
1. What caused the ship to crash? (malfunction, local air base "interference.")
2. What is the origin of the ship and alien beings?
3. Why was it not possible to send a recovery team or was it decided that humankind was ready to discover the ship and remains/survivors?
4. Do the same alien species continue to scout/visit/observe earth presently?
5. What was the ships/beings original purpose here?
What is the alien side of the story? Did they try a rescue attempt? Do we still have the ship? Why were they in Roswell? Did we try to dissect the body? What did the aliens think about what happened? Do they visit Roswell often.