Gundam EZEight (rx_79g_ez_8@yahoo.com)
Wed, 7 Feb 2001 08:47:55 -0800 (PST)


in a way, all are humans. think about it. how likely
is it that highly advanced aliens would be spider
like. i feel that the human body is the perfect life
form. it is the right size and posture. a little
fragile, but still....
--- BlazeEagle <blazeeagle@charter.net> wrote:
>
> From: "Richie Ramos" <gaijin@i-manila.com.ph>
> > Not so much narrow-minded, but more like an aspect
> of technology never
> > developed in that world -- that for interstellar
> travel.
> >
>
> There's my ponit. Interstellar travel has not been
> developed in the Gundam
> world. Hasn't been developed doesn't mean not
> possibe. Interstellar travel
> seems possible in the Gundam world. A safe
> contained/self sufficient colony
> could be equipped with a space travel drive to
> travel through space. They
> have a made of particle in Gundam already, why not
> create another
> believeable theroy for intersteller travel?
>
> Just because something has aliens in it DOES NOT
> mean the human interaction
> is gone. While there is human alien interaction in
> shows like Babylon 5,
> Star Trek, Earth Final Conflict, etc., there's still
> plenty of human
> interaction. Besides, the aliens could have enough
> human aspects to them to
> make the interaction work fine. Human alien
> interaction can exist right
> along side human humam interaction.
>
> A time travel mecha show would be neat. I don't know
> why some here seem to
> think introducing aliens to Gundam is akin to a sin,
> as one, aliens are part
> of human culture for thousands of years, even if
> they may or may not be
> total fiction and second, the aliens could be
> introduced in such a way that
> it takes human interaction to even begin to
> understand them. Maybe only
> NewTypes would be evolved enough to understand these
> aliens? The word alien
> means:
>
> http://www.yourdictionary.com
>
> alien[1,adjective] alien[2,noun]
> alien[3,transitive verb]
>
> Main Entry: 1alien
> Pronunciation: 'A-lE-&n, 'Al-y&n
> Function: adjective
> Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from
> Latin alienus, from
> alius
> Date: 14th century
> 1 a : belonging or relating to another person,
> place, or thing : STRANGE b :
> relating, belonging, or owing allegiance to another
> country or government :
> FOREIGN
> 2 : differing in nature or character typically to
> the point of
> incompatibility
> synonym see EXTRINSIC
> - alien.ly adverb
> - alien.ness /-lE-&n-n&s, -y&n-n&s/ noun
>
> Main Entry: 2alien
> Function: noun
> Date: 14th century
> 1 : a person of another family, race, or nation
> 2 : a foreign-born resident who has not been
> naturalized and is still a
> subject or citizen of a foreign country; broadly : a
> foreign-born citizen
> 3 : EXTRATERRESTRIAL
>
> So, Alien doesn't have to mean strange creature from
> another world. The moon
> race from Turn A could be considered both aliens and
> extraterrestrial, ppyou
> know. So, does everyone get what my point about
> aliens is? Aliens are not
> bad thing, if done in an unusual way. In a way, Turn
> A has already
> introduced aliens :)
>
>
>
>
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