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Comic #3572

1 Jane Goodall: This inability to understand human motivations indicates a truly alien mindset.
2 Jane Goodall: The mites can't even comprehend that they're doing harm to our planet, hence they have no motivation to stop.
3 Jane Goodall: They'll destroy the bees and then move on to every other life form on Earth unless we stop them by force.
4 Steve: Phew! I thought when you started talking that it was going to be bad news!

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These insectoid aliens are somewhat approaching starfish alien status now.

There are many fictional examples of different intelligent species not being able to comprehend one another, or having psychologies so utterly different that they can't comprehend one another's motivations. Unfortunately it often leads to tragic misunderstanding.

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