GrahamKennedy wrote:Wanting us for food doesn't make a lot more sense; the visitors evolved on their own planet, surely there must be plenty of food there that they can eat without having to import it across interstellar distances.
I recall reading a sci fi book a long time ago where Earth was conquered by aliens with vastly better technology. We "defeated" the invasion when somebody united humanity in their rejection of slavery; basically, we told the aliens that we would rather die as a species than remain slaves. The aliens decided that it was unethical to commit genocide, so they simply packed up and left.
Come to think of it, Pike and Number One used the same tactic against the Talosians.
The very idea that one species' preferred food is one that evolved in a completely alien ecosystem is ludicrous.
GrahamKennedy wrote:Sets me to wondering, could one depict a realistic alien invasion, and yet still have Humanity win?
Mikey wrote:The very idea that one species' preferred food is one that evolved in a completely alien ecosystem is ludicrous.
Mikey wrote:nBSG was also one of the only shows/movies to show a more accurate (if not entirely accurate) conception of maneuverability in space.
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