COOL SHADES addendum
Dear patient reader, and any aliennutters OUT THERE,
Ever wondered why many alien races, especially the large-skulled socalled Greys, wear those Arnie Schwartzinator wrap-around sunglasses? Perhaps they hide behind them. Certainly they travel deep space, making them creatures of eternal night, unadapted to bright daylight.
But the true function of this impressive eyegear is practical. These goggles are the original 'Eagle Eyes', not darkening but adaptively enhancing
vision under all light conditions.
They are similar to the interactive flight helmets used by our fighter pilots, basically a miniaturized computer, connected to the computers flying the plane (=disc in this case).
Because of time-constraints writing the COOL SHADES topic, I left out a few things I assumed well known and some technical details. Let me make up...
Although I refer to the wraparound sunglasses worn by Arnold Schwartzenegger in the Terminator movies, the alien version of such 'cool shades' are highly advanced lenses directly clinging to the eye, not unlike contact lenses. The whole front of the eyeball is covered, allowing for eyemovements under the lens. (This is specifically reported by abductees). The lenses double as computer display, allowing for a heads-up display controlled by eyemovements.
Lens technology features the lens forming to the eye, an inner layer simulating eye fluids. The outer layer is many times tougher than steel. Layers protect against harmful radiation and enhance vision reactively, as light conditions change (planetary daylight/deep space radiation). These lenses do not darken vision, only hide alien eyes from our view.
Enjoy, and there's nothing to fear from disagreement...
For this must ever be
A secret, kept from all the rest,
Between yourself and me.
- LEWIS CARROLL, Alice in Wonderland