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If a spaceship landed in your backyard and aliens offered you a tour, would you accept?

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If the little green men offered you an unique, one time opportunity for a tour of our galaxy, would you accept?
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Not only would I accept I would quickly pack my bags. Heck I would pack up the family and get off this rock once and for all, (lots of laughs). I am serious though I would not even have to think about it.

I remember the Kelly Hopkinsville Kentucky alien landing case. Here check it out while I am on the topic.http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case524.htm

Anyway this family in Kentucky had this situation happen to them in which you describe, (that is if you believe them) and they shot at them. It is funny hearing how they would shoot the beings and the beings would merely propel in midair backward. They would appear in trees on the roof and other places that crazy night.

However the family said and I quote, "Were gona send those there outer space creatures back to hell where da come from" unquote. No thought of communicating with them, or exchanging gifts to them (which would be the most intelligent thing to do, as that is what Columbus and others did with the Native Americans upon landing in the new founded Americas.) Can you imagine what gift they could have gotten in return? Like I say darn primitive humans.

Anyway yep I would take a tour like Enoch did in the past. It would be an adventure I can tell you that. Really interesting question here.

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If a spaceship landed in my back garden tomorrow and little green men asked me if I would like to go on a tour of the Galaxy, would I? An interesting question Lovely27 and I guess that no aliens have just arrived, asked you the very same question and you are getting an opinion poll on Mybestanswer over whether to go or not!

In reality, I don?t think I would go for several reasons. One is always mistrustful of strangers, even those of this world. So if beings from another world offered me a trip, how do I know that this isn?t merely some kind of cosmic joke which more intelligent beings play on well, less intelligent ones (no offense to humanity). Perhaps I do climb on board; enticed by the promises of seeing things beyond my imagination, yet on getting into Earth orbit (or nearest breathable desert world) am suddenly dumped and left.

Also, don?t want to sound a bit of a bore but I do have lifetime plans and goals. To explore the galaxy implies that such a feat would easily exceed the whole of my lifespan, several times over in fact. Yet if it were like the series Dr Who, where they have mastered time travel as well, and so can get me back to a period just after I left (and expand my lifespan) as well not looking like they were just cosmic pranksters, than maybe I would go.

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If the aliens aren't too intimidating and seem nice, then I might just interact and want to know why would they offer me this ride. If the reason seems plausible , then I might just accept the offer. I'd love to get their photos if allowed, but I doubt that the photo-shoot session with the aliens might be taken for morphed and fake ones. After all, we don't get to say hello to aliens each day. So, I'd seek some evidence in the form of videos of the galaxy and beyond that can be proven scientifically and can be of some value to scientists around the world in investigating a possibility of migration to space and other theories concerning space. This will probably be of great monetary value and resources for further research both to various space agencies and reporters around the world. And of course ,I'd get to keep my personal video for my family. So yes, I think I might just risk it.

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S

Well I would reject the offer and take pictures of them and with them. I will ask them to give me some mysterious gadget of theirs and sell it for billions of dollars. I would not go for a tour with them, no never. These days you cannot trust humans, so aliens are just out of my trust list. They might just use me to steal mother Earth's resources and then you cant even use Mybestanswer to ask the question "what went wrong?."

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F

Considering the mood I am in lately, yes, I would take them up on it. Nothing exciting is happening in my life anyway, so why not spice it up? Even if they blast off with me in the spaceship, hey, at least I don't have to go back to work. I just hope they do not conduct any weird experiments on me. I guess I would have to see if the aliens seemed really nice or not to make an honest decision about getting on the ship.

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There is no way on earth I'm going to jump into an alien spacecraft for a tour. I may not like the way things are going lately on earth, but I'm not ready to jump into an unknown spaceship. How do I know if they are not looking for humans to conduct experiments with, or humans to use as slaves or pets on their planets?

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C

No, I won't because my mother taught me not to talk to strangers! The first thing I would do is to run for my life because I don't want to expose myself to undiscovered pathogens.

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L

Yeah I most definitly would. I would have so many questions to ask them and so many things to learn. I think that it would be a chance of a lifetime to check out an alien spacecraft.

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M

Yes, I would. I have always been interested in the galaxy we are in.

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T

I woiuld tell them that I would have to get to know them, first.

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