How to Detect Clones and Aliens Nov 8, 2009 22:29:39 GMT -5
Post by GetSmart on Nov 8, 2009 22:29:39 GMT -5
This thread is meant to be a place where we can discuss our methods used in detecting clones and/or aliens made to look very much like normal human beings.
We are not concerned here with whether somebody has been replaced, although that is of course important in itself. That subject is discussed in a separate thread called Impostor Detection Methods
I will start by outlining what I have done to determine who they may be.
My best method to get an inkling of who may be an Alien is whether they have that look in their eyes. It is a glare, not an empty stare like with clones, but a raging wild eyed gaze which looks like they are brooding and upset about something. It seldom goes away, and when it shuts down and is replaced by a very hard closed off glance. They say that the eyes are the window to one's soul, and such alien entities have a disturbing uncomfortable soul which is not at all at home with us. You can see it until they shut it out, their eyes going empty as if they had turned off the lights.
As far as detecting clones, it seems to be getting harder to do. Some of them are very convincing, take Obama for instance. Only occasionally does he dangle his arms around and shift his head with an automaton grin. When he is speaking his discourse is very well rehearsed and his tone and gestures are well studied and rendered. It seems to be an issue when he must improvise or respond to unexpected situations.
If the Jimmy Carter replacements are any indication of how to detect a synthetic robotoid, all you have to do is ask yourself if they are spontaneous, have depth of character, are able to think about profound topics, don't take themselves too seriously and are motivated by things other than power, money or fame. The easiest way to detect a robotoid is when they break down and go haywire. Nobody human ever gets quite that weird or nearly as mechanical in their behavior.
Thanks for adding your suggestions and comments as they come.