HandBook for Understanding Observed Earthling Behavior:Many interesting observations were made.
a. what Earthlings do is more important than what they say they’re doing: effects impact more than do intentions.
b. The discrepancy between what’s said and what’s done is a measure of reliability: perfect overlap measures sincerity. Its inverse is hypocrisy.
d. Look for what serves the personal interests of Earthling individuals. Note whose interests get sacrificed: this establishes a kind of “food chain.”
c. observe if individual Earthlings consider other individuals’ concerns;
d. note how Earthlings talk to give the appearance of community.
e. If you can get Earthlings to discuss any of these rules, note who is most “offended” by mention of the “elephants in the room.” Is there a correlation with their position on the food chain?
If you wish to examine further a report from our agents,
see Schooling vs. Parenting on the Third Rock
--- Big Giant Head