posted by RRRGroup at
Monday, August 22, 2011
Why would they bother to destroy a planetary body by a knee jerk reaction if the sacred nature of said body was to be protected throughout the universe? Sounds like another quaint romantic tale based on the anthropomorphism of our own notoriously contradictory nature. The same scientists tell us that it is just as likely and probable we will destroy ourselves efficiently and the planet will do just fine without us, probably much better thank you. Are these same "scientists" willing to admit that would probably be our own history of preemptive strikes based on poor critical assumptions they are projecting on an imaginary foe? Dumb and dumber.
By Bruce Duensing, at Monday, August 22, 2011
Yes, Bruce, that's why it's "crazy news."RR
By RRRGroup, at Monday, August 22, 2011
Sounds an awful lot like the plot of the egregiously bad "The Day the Earth Stood Still" remake. I bet these contract researchers cashed a big government check for this bogus piece of work.
By purrlgurrl, at Monday, August 22, 2011
Sorry to disagree, but the authors have a valid point. A common theme when humans interact with ETs concerns the ecological devastation mankind is wrecking upon planet Earth. I am amazed by the variety of contractees who share this similar experience whether it's school children in Zimbabwe or a poorly educated, rural Pole. Let's not be too quick to dismiss this possibility.
By ffkling, at Tuesday, August 23, 2011
When did the space people switch to "ecological devastation" from atomic/nuclear devastation? Surely someone in ufology has made a note of this.Regards,Don
By Sourcerer, at Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Don:This latest salvo by NASA indicates that we humans and Earth seem to be "property" as Charles Fort had it -- I think.I can accept that as an hypothesis.And you are right -- the switch from nuclear devastation to ecological devastation is an interesting twist.RR
By RRRGroup, at Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Hmm. Why is it the "ETs" seem to be always trying to stop us from doing what we're already afraid we're doing to ourselves? We're simply projecting our own fears on the universe. We desperately want some ET deus ex machina to save us from ourselves because (as you pointed out in a previous post), God has been dead since the mid 1960s.When we move onto the next "impending" planetary crisis (maybe screwing up the earth's magnetic field or its rotation), I'll bet the ETs will start warning about that and will drop ecology like a hot potato, just as they dropped atomic catastrophe.
By purrlgurrl, at Tuesday, August 23, 2011
PG:I think there is an unconscious intuition that God is really dead, and thus humans are looking for another intervention by ET or anyone or anything.Things, as usual, with humanity, seem bad, very bad.And a need for hand-holding or outright intercession appears to be the "prayer" of the day.It's crazy, right?RR
With due respect, I don't think alleged contactees have been given any insight that I am aware of, beyond the glaring obvious anyone can see with two eyes. If they had some deep insights, should these modern Jungian gnomes of mythos, they have been kept their presumed omniscience to themselves. The tale er..( tail) is still wagging the dog amongst the wishful. As far as military atomic warfare is concerned, we have domesticated this poison in Japan, the Russian Federation..right? Of course, there's the multitude of aging U.S facilities on fault lines, built near large population centers. Have we put the genie back into the bottle? Oddly, that determination will be made by nature, if not human error..is not that not poisoning the ecology? The alleged ET is the least of our issues as common sense dictates. We don't require ET to state the obvious, then again, some do...
By Bruce Duensing, at Tuesday, August 23, 2011
"When did the space people switch to "ecological devastation" from atomic/nuclear devastation?" Do you really not see the connection? Any technologically advanced civilization would know that other intelligent species will reach critical tipping points in their development when the civilization posses the ability to exterminate all life. Mankind reached this first crossroad with regard to nuclear annihilation, and now we stand at the precipice of ecological collapse. Does mankind posses the wisdom to prevent our collective suicide? Alien life forms may also be eager to know the answer to this question.
By ffkling, at Thursday, September 01, 2011
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