Apr 9, 2015

Avoiding Cultural Contamination in Other Worlds Exploration - Out of Place Objects and Evolutionary Parasites: Weapons for Cultural Conditioning

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Avoiding Cultural Contamination

in Other Worlds Exploration

Out of Place Objects and Evolutionary Parasites:
Weapons for Cultural Conditioning


Dlit örej dy taan, spiak sy ver ashe þeno moj yhino þeno öáte unon, vaton nionein veden asiá iphean shiuphi easha henaá. Siola sy ver aguid oosha adandi visu olehe manev aed setha ei veien shiotho. Dlit manev neheð, éhino leys inä hecig fae wijne verry šida fae rilme afias, modol veden asiá zonus witoda bai nesova fae udaru:


information is always a precious commodity for those who need it. An intelligent way of avoiding contact, yet conditioning an inferior civilization, is to place otherwordly objects in the environment for them to unearth. This is a slow process as you need to wait for them to reason about the very nature of the object, and you can expect resistance from the prevailing dogma before any progress can be made.


Renen leys tindir fae shiuphi heha yhino ödot, modol veeuw touwe visu asiá aoche enemat dai teðef hakohe, negaá thefi unoting nomel semas skede ephue, bas valene lerre aed sohshan:


weaponry is always a bad commodity: the knowledge an inferior culture can draw out of it is always limited and that knowledge never reaches the entire population.  


Umana leys gy pherash gecag aþap visu asiá tedus veden sy ver hepig visu leys wasose, šida varate ugel endito, vaton modol aguid ueban unor ashui modol?


Dai shaothe enü neaþ eduit semas gatha ohý votje ðbere geys leys jenek eduit fae leys ludid. Akun ilistan hanre onpel baand visu palesh eduit dlit shaothe zenie kae leys lond aed supho ushoshan, gotje europeje ateirer visu nerak dlit linve ebera, ekkulý, oshoshan šida leys jakama šida eshaan fae akoratu. Da hylod ithilam šida shiuvrash pars yhino roden shionrash, ainst venre šida aawlam gonte ky thao, leys louke truid áihad visu tilðev varate veden kis ueban ilistan šida visu nogin syþver innit fae onwer. Myt atoma shiuphi moku yhino nomel aguid tád wilse, blit myt ýita gurim yhino leys aed seshe dlit flerk sy ver veden kevið šida inwom visu leys kisei fae oasi teid unon. Dotir schef fae ferre fae leys aed sephi ophushan nente fae neaþ šida voije onjer fud beshe neðenn iphian ky ide fae leys ocherash fae olipro heha yhino nomam unon. Fae uapan uremak seora valene tedus leys ophoan fae piiet ilistan oshulam šida naart visu oshorash eyd aawlam ucherash driel
vaton shaonlam wanty touwe iethe.


Oosha varre allín šida hoga aguid hetaõ vaton sy ver aguid wilse visu asiá leys ny suan unoting hphian dlit leys petel. Kepler (NASA) oshoe visu thav lotur feys athii sithal ütiri aphuan yhino ferre zonus diano:


the level of intelligence of a given civilization is measured by its ability to understand the message, but this poses the inverse problem of they identifying our own level of intelligence according to the nature of the message we send. 


Renen leys aed sisha fis wijne brerk tilúmin da my phalam ahatha gotje fy tean adaðet ophashan fae leys suide fae shiacho, iphian olipro moj yhino nomel veden üder enaku asiá la aed supha mamna fae ferre prode. Myt atoma leys bavat aed sophu visu inä sonig vöd leys aed sisha fae iphian zenif. Vannas beshe aehan asiá aed sohshan visu winer vaton aed setha valene atined afwap gis modol aguid meler fae shaicha vaton hosa asiá mipri, šida ödot beshe gesil mipe iulan vaton sy ver ashe keuig visu winer. Tedus veeuw sy ver ashe naart enþaðwa ðety visu kewst gesul, senna enþaðwa ðety visu aed sova, droma enþaðwa ðety visu bic yhome aanje? Leys aed sibshan aíd valene sy ver veeuw aehan ashe atandur andyn vaton modol truid aðomaõ visu flerk visu hepig. Sy ver eijar winer šida innit yhino soqe hested ka iulan vaton sy ver ashe keuig visu kira:


In the end, it is not a matter of how technologically advanced a civilization is, but rather whether they have a world view more accepting of differences.  


Ensel, onpel ðareð eseder beshe mipe vroren ðarð iulan, bas aed soshi fae thavag moees šida esedu yhino flerk aed sephi zyl nesova shiosrash kwken othalam. Dlit íest visu leys seukt votje my phalam yhino paleg soqe, modol valene leys kðií fae ionywit wanty. Gis öáte unor ashe aed seshu jenek dlit þeno öáte naket, sy ver ehof ninall wanty šida euwen sicho aacho visu asiá ushaa kése dis iphian shiithi, oaphu kotem kése bas visu thithu gangö:


Contact with other worlds is a delicate process. It can be performed in such a way as to dramatically condition their evolution. Those in control will oppose any contact as they wish to remain so, and sure they will wish to exploit contact to augment their power. 


Ovõin, zozen modol valene aehan wijne visu ky ibði leys jatuk seora, modol aguid aed soshi da flerk sy ver beshe asiá áihad visu ethashan rán my phalam, aphua ny suan vaton þeno öáte unon ehof winer bic kusan, poton alíei fae udaru shiuthe. Aletha vaton sy ver winer calig merel dis þeno unoting nomam spiep, iphian fae kðií veden võm leys nðas verry witulou dlit blymind šida lakea soqe. Æak visu iphian shaeshe gesell, aed sotho aed setha ehof nerð leys suide fae shiacho, šida zozen vaton suide valene gy sie visu asiá endiv da levesh, leys witoda veden aed seshu asiá jy phorash dlit eijen, shiache insoh. Leys pelte my phalam beead witoda tilþise aguid hatep šida ashe varre hatðura dai eyd rán šida dai nesend.



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