It is possible to present opposing views without being hurtful. My mother always said 'If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at
all!"....can sometimes be hard to live up to, but I never stop trying.
To always present an opinion in a negative, hurtful way shows an extreme lack of knowledge; venom will poison the vessel that carries it. Words can be
far more painful and damaging than a physical beating, so I would like to ask that all of the people who are unable to express themselves with
kindness towards others' belief systems or interests to refrain from ridiculing those who are more open minded...pretty please.
He says that Big Foot was the creation of a hybridization experiment of man and bear many years ago by the Reptilians; The Wolf man is an experiment
of man and wolf, and the Moth Man is a mix of man and moths. All these weird creatures that are spotted sometimes by people are experiments of
genetics between different types of living things.
I read 'Edgar Cayce on Atlantis' in the 1970's, where he channeled information on how genetic human/animal hybrids were being created, and the
ramifications. That was the most far out theory I had ever heard, and I laughed quite a bit over that!
Then I read about the Montauk project on Plum Island....and the animal/human hybrids being carried out there.
When successful cloning began hitting the news, my laughter changed a bit.....more towards 'nervous' laughter.
This guy could just be making a living off of ideas that were dreamed up by others, or he might be on to a bit of truth.Either way, only an extremely
closed mind will refuse to examine all of the information....and save it for future reference.
While I find most of what he says really hard to believe, I will hold on to it. Maybe someday it will be pertinent. Advances in genetic
engineering/modification has made me far more open minded than I once was.
I'm having trouble wrapping my brain around the theory that dolphins want to destroy the human race, though. They are highly intelligent creatures,
and have interacted with humans in a positive way. If they're here to destroy us, how are they going about it? Just a little mental ping-pong.
I don't watch sci-fi movies anymore; somebody does all the thinking for you.
I like to get my sci-fi from people like Swerdlow; my brain can create
some pretty fantastic scenarios, and sometimes they really far-out ones become everyday reality. Humanity seems to only be limited by its'
imagination....if we can think it, somebody can do it.
Once again, you have given us much to think about, Sled! Thanks!
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