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  1. The vast majority of people have only 4 needs: food, sleep, sex, and protection. If you give them food, let them sleep and have sex, and provide them with protection, they will be happy. If you take it away, they will suffer.

  2. A person (plural people) is a living being with self-consciousness, capable of abstract thinking, reasoning, and logical conclusions. A person is a separate individual of a biological species (self-designation of the species: “humanity”), naturally developed from elementary biological beings. The chemical basis of life is compounds of carbon and oxygen. Handle with caution. A person can quickly die in an unsuitable environment or as a result of improper mechanical action. The death of a person is perceived extremely negatively by other people.


    Height about 175, length about 20, width about 40 centimeters, weight about 70 kilograms. It moves on the surface on two legs with a maximum speed of about 4 meters per second. See image: (image of the average 40-year-old woman without clothes or makeup, on the Question this image is not attached for ethical reasons) When a person is among other people, he is most often dressed (this is a tradition), the appearance of clothing varies significantly.


    The average life expectancy is about 70 years (varies greatly depending on the state of health and living conditions). Reproduction occurs through sexual reproduction between people belonging to two different sexes. Human development and learning takes place during approximately the first 20 years of life. During this time, the person is under the supervision of parents and is considered insufficiently developed for independent life.

    Technical development of mankind

    The total energy consumption of all mankind is about 10 ^ 15 Joules per second.

    Mastered technologies: electric power, personal computer (computing speed is about 10 ^ 10 logical operations per second, billions of computers have access to a single computer knowledge base, the total amount of stored data is about 2*10 ^ 70 bytes, the average amount of information transmitted by humanity at any given time is about 10^62 bytes per second), an airplane (about 10,000 aircraft in flight at any given time), a space station (a single instance, a space exploration project, is constantly in orbit around the planet, suitable for several people living for several hundred days).

    Not mastered: human cloning( artificial manufacturing), artificial intelligence.

    Social structure

    Number of people: about 7 billion.

    A person is a highly social individual. People form social groups: family (2 people who spend most of their personal time together), acquaintances (from 5 to 30 people who meet periodically), social stratum (people who live in similar social conditions and have similar social stereotypes), nation (from thousands to billions of people who have a common language and similar traditions of communication and behavior), country (from thousands to billions of people with common official laws), humanity (all people).

    Many people have a high sense of”belonging.” This means that a person from the same social groups to which the individual belongs is perceived as more good, more important. This leads to the fact that in many areas there is competition between different social groups, which leads to the emergence of mutual claims. The smaller the number of shared social groups, the greater the potential for conflict.

    The following types of claims settlement methods can be used:: fair agreement (widely used only among developed social strata and in developed countries), coercion at the expense of a more favorable social position (used very often by almost all people), threat of violence (widely used among poorly educated social strata), violence that does not lead to death or serious injuries (used less often than threats), murder (less often, about 550 murders per day). The tendency is that the more dissatisfied a person is with their living conditions, the more likely they are to resolve contradictions through direct violence. There is also the institution of an independent fair legal court and bailiffs for the enforcement of court decisions (it does not work well in all countries, in some countries the court is not independent and fair).

    The comfort and security of life and the overall level of development vary greatly in different social strata, nations and countries. Some countries have very low crime rates, homicides are close to zero, high standards of living and high levels of technology development, these countries are the technological and cultural driving force of humanity. Many countries have high crime rates (dozens of murders a day), relatively low living standards, and lack the educational, scientific, and technical capacity to develop technology. In some countries, many people live on the verge of starvation. In several countries, the social structure is unstable, and mass violence and murder are widespread. Countries are governed on the basis of basic principles of democracy (in a large number of developed countries) or authoritarianism (in a large number of less developed countries).

    Conflict rivalries and unsolvable contradictions between large social groups (most often between nations and countries) can lead to war using weapons of mass destruction. On average, about 150 people die in a war every day.

    One of the most extensive wars lasted about 1,800 days, in which about 63 million people died, that is, about 35,000 people a day.

    However, recently we can note a decrease in wars. In the case of more developed countries, methods of economic and political influence have recently been much more often used instead of war.

    Aliens should exercise maximum caution and ensure maximum safety when interacting with humans. When communicating with a person, you need to be prepared at any time for a murder attempt on the part of a person. Also, since the alien does not belong to any of the social groups of people, people will treat the aliens with fear and anxiety.

  3. Man is a biorobot created by the creators many thousands of years ago, with a service life of 100 years. The biorobot program includes a population that is maximally accelerated, but also includes population regulation. The regulator is intraspecific killing, and no animals and viruses are terrible for a person, since he himself kills his own kind with greater speed and quantity. It was created by an alien civilization by mixing the genes of creators and local fauna. Something like that.

  4. Oh, finally a question that I can answer with full competence.�
    However, I must immediately make a reservation: you will not believe in the seriousness of the answer (I would also not believe it), so immediately tune in to perceive it as fiction – well, it will just be easier that way.

    I'll introduce myself first. In addition to the information provided in the profile on TC, and other details of my banal earthly life, I am a Seller of worlds and, at the same time, the only one (or one of the few that I, however, did not meet) The knower of this planet.�

    Don't think about it, it's not in the sense that I write and sell books, and certainly not in the sense that I'm a drug dealer or anything. No, by worlds we mean quite existing planets. Inhabited planets. Like Earth, yes.
    However, neither I nor any other Sellers have any exclusive ownership rights to the planets. In general, we do not sell property rights: only information. Where, which wormhole is closer to the planet (in fact, I don't know much about all this physics of space travel, but according to all the information I have, “wormholes” are where space travelers ' ships periodically pop up from), who is inhabited, how the civilization is developed, and other details.�

    In general, as you probably already understood, in my line of duty I encounter completely different representatives of alien races.�
    So, the answer to the question – would answer differently, depending on who is asking.�

    I'll tell you about the main buyers, giving everyone a description of their type and culture as far as I know. In general, there are only 3 main buyers (although there are, of course, much more “minority” ones, what can we say about species and civilizations in general).�

    First, of course, the Ngl civilization. * You won't be able to convey the sound more closely in human writing – the guys communicate in some mixture of guttural mooing and vibrations that my ear doesn't always hear at all. As a friend of another species told me (Li'omi, these guys don't buy anything, they know everything themselves), educated “people” have developed a writing system for them (based on a Large Language, but this is too long to tell), where all these vibrations are transmitted by dozens of types of dashes and sticks, the devil will understand them, in short.* So, about Ngl. First, they never come to negotiations immediately, and work through intermediaries. Secondly, intermediaries try not to get burned. Third, as soon as I find an intermediary, I start to fiercely lie.
    Because the Ngl are a race of death eaters. These guys eat everything organic except themselves (I do not know whether they are organic, non-organic, or just consist of condensed milk). They are the number one enemy of all advanced civilizations. A kind of Islamic State of cosmic proportions.�
    To their intermediary, I would say that humans are an insatiable and extremely tasteless organic matter (for this case, I always have a legend about Ngl-a hermit who once ate us a long time ago, and then told me about this experience), and we cleaned out the rest of the flora and fauna of the planet almost to zero. Here.

    Next , Skari. Intelligent humanoid (yes, there are a lot of humanoids in general) bird-like guys. They are polite enough, but they are snobs and clever people, both in a good and bad way. With their physical development, everything is bad (as I understood, even their bones are hollow, like their ancestors-birds that look like ours), so they take intelligence.
    I would tell them that humans are an extremely dynamically developing species (the leap in technology of the 19th and 20th centuries is unprecedented even by the standards of advanced Space civilizations), with an extremely complex social system, and simultaneously present on the planet societies with radically different levels of development, and even with different races (this is also a rarity). We would have bought it right away (they buy everything that interests them from a scientific point of view), but so far I haven't been able to negotiate with them about Land.�

    And finally, the Nei (as they are called Li'omi, self-name-xs). I didn't fully understand their biological structure (they didn't tell the Li'oms anything), but it seems that they are something like large intelligent colonies of plants or fungi with something like a collective mind (seriously, everyone here is guessing, they didn't really tell me anything about them), which, apparently, somehow influence the animals living next to them, and through them perform complex actions, like negotiations-once I talked with a six-legged monkey (???), another-with an erect bear or something something like that.�
    These people buy information about worlds with a lot of greenery, and if there are no developed civilizations there, they make a colony there without any questions, and if there is, they negotiate with the owners and do it anyway. They have a very good effect on the ecological situation of the planet and in general are quite cute (despite the incomprehensibility) and friendly appearance. Good, in short, neighbors.�
    Sooner or later they will ask about the Land, and then I will tell them about the Taiga, the rainforests, the oak forests, and the shady, mossy forests of New Zealand. As for the people themselves, I can only say that we are very suspicious and belligerent, but that we are very concerned about the environment, so there is a common ground.
    Like this.

    P.S. Why don't I advertise the Land and people to anyone? I don't know, it's kind of awkward. I'm suspicious, just like the rest of us.

    Something like that. Believe it or not, it's up to you, but I gave you my word of honor.

  5. Get the hell out of here. 90 percent of the people inside are so complex and sick that just trying to understand them will make you explode. I wouldn't be surprised if the aliens are really aware of this and that's why they don't climb. Well, I don't know anything about alien abduction,but I can't believe it. I think someone might be unhappy, ala “why are you so bad about people? You live among them,they came up with everything you like, etc. ” But why tell anyone this at all? If you convince them that there is at least something beautiful on earth, then this can become a goal for them,which means that this is a direct betrayal. And at the moment, I would say that it is a betrayal of the motherland, because I read from Remarque that when the country in which you live creates complete nonsense,then the whole planet becomes the homeland and a person stands up for the motherland-the planet, and not the motherland-the country. There is no point in praising the land somehow, imho.

  6. “well, it's like animals like that. easily broken, but often quickly fused together. “naked” completely unarmed, but savvy and cunning. gambling and violent, but sometimes empathetic. brainy, but energy-efficient. in short, what the hell is it necessary to contact them? ” -something like this)(

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