(06-13-2013, 10:27 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote: This is a serious question.
"Grays are often, but not always, naked; their stature and overall demeanor tends to vary, with some depicted as tall and graceful and others as squat and dwarfish. "
If you mean classical (SAUCER) greys: They're not naked at all. What you see (if you ever see one) is a suit. It's not a passive suit though (i.e. clothes), it's a "powered" suit, the suits themselves have a generator.
Other species considered grey might have different setups but I believe this is true of the other smaller species of grey that people deal with (triangle greys). I don't really know anything about the other species, so I can't comment on them other than the fact that it doesn't "appear" that these other species have suits on.
I think this common misunderstanding has to do with people attempting to attribute "human standards" to the "folklore" of greys. Of course, if you ever physically encounter them and see what they can do (and live to tell that tale) you'd understand that they're use of technology and physics is beyond human comprehension (at this point). A scientist wouldn't be able to understand because they operate in a box of "known" and when presented with beings that can move through walls and visually cloak themselves they'd attribute it to faith or mental illness (ignoring the fact that they create energy with a type of cold fusion). I, on the other hand, have no allusions of the things they do, they are what they are.