- View SourceHi Group,
In case you were wondering what we can do to feed the reptoids that
used to feed on us, there is a solution.
As you probably know, the US always produces far more food than we can
use and always tries to set up trade agreements with other countries
food for raw materials, oil, and other goods. Pres. George Bush was just
recently touring the farm belt and was encouraging farmers because he had
gotten the power from Congress to personally negotiate trade deals to
farm products abroad. As NASA has found out after about 30 failed
experiments, you can't grow plants in zero gravity aboard a space
it is real simple what we can trade. Surplus food to feed the
migrating Reptoids about every fifty years when their passing fleets
of mother ships
arrive here en route to their final destination. So instead of having to
carry MREs (bleech)till they get here, they can use their old food
storage space to bring in
whatever we can agree we want in exchange for fresh food from us. It's
solution to a hairy logistics problem. You can't grow food in space.
the Reptilians originated on Earth, they can digest Earth food. This
somewhat analogous to a group of people taking a cross country trip on a
Greyhound bus. Logistically, it is better for the bus to make food stops
along the way instead of trying to carry and prepare food en route.
trying to farm and raise cattle on the bus- yuck- open the windows,
food is a basic commodity that everybody needs. Hello, MacDonalds, we
million Happy Meals to go. Eventually, if there are other Star
did not originate on Earth that need food along the space lanes, we
in whatever type crops or cattle they may need from their home worlds and
raise them here too. Any of the space races that trade with us can
new technology to us that they encounter and acquire out there in their
travels through the universe. That way we can acquire items that we would
never have acquired ourselves otherwise. It's a win-win situation.