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"Sequence-based simulations of the data we have received from the Denebian probes show they characterize an unknown organism for us which however resembles the sequence for either a bacteria or an Archaean.
Why would any advanced civilization send probes to a distant solar system to just send data encoding the sequence of a microbial organism? What's could possibly be the purpose? Are they telling us they are microbial life forms themselves? I doubt it.
The Darwell Hypothesis is clearly a pessimistic hypothesis; in my view they are instructing us to create the organism here on Earth by replicating its DNA sequence. Now, why? To take over the planet? I, for one, believe the reason is they are teaching us how to create a truly soil/atmosphere/oceans remediating bacteria, a life form that could terraform the Earth back to its healthy state.
But you see, we need to recreate an unknown organism as per the probes' data, and this is something we simply cannot do unless we perfectly know what we are doing.
So there you are, should we do it or shouldn't we?" "We are not going to reproduce an alien organism here on Earth. Period. We don't know what the damn thing is. What if we recreate that microbe, bacteria, virus, or whatever that thing is, and it then starts replicating without we knowing how to stop it? Do we know what impact will that organism have on our planet? Do we know how it would affect our ecosystems?
What if the organism turns to be life threating? We are not going to follow those new agey gurus who state the organism is a wonderful atmosphere remediating life form. Sorry, we are not taking risks here. If those guys wish to make experiments, better for them to do their experiments on, say, Mars, or Europa, or Titan. Not here."
Not really, there were a couple of things.
originally posted by: stonerwilliam
a reply to: sapien82
I do remember watching a youtube video 10+ years ago of a area of sky that was blanked out on Google sky !!
s & f for a good old time conspiracy
I followed some of the links in the bibliographies, and some of those seemed to be legitimate sources. But other than those, if that description of yours is true,then in some respects the site is like a big pile of manure or BS with many untrue things in it. And what's a way to get people to believe BS? Mix in a few things that are true, like Astr0 did.
originally posted by: jedi_hamster
a reply to: Arbitrageur
do i think all of it is true? f.ck no.
do i think most of it is true? doubt it.
You are in a different reality than me then my friend, I'm very skeptical of that claim and if you are seeking the truth, perhaps you should look into it more deeply. I don't think it's real, and I think Dean Radin is biased and many of his methods and conclusions have his bias built into them, and I'm not the only one.
originally posted by: sapien82
a reply to: Arbitrageur
Aye I am skeptical of it , but there is just something that makes me think its real
its just odd
and I think it has to do with the global human consciousness project and quantum random number generators
human consciousness affects the quantum world according to the evidence from stanford and the research carried out using the QRNG's around the world .
So i know thats real
We have conducted an independent analysis of the worldwide network of random number generators called EGG’s by the Global Conscious Project (GCP) personnel.
Translation, they followed the instructions on the website, and found chance deviations meaning that the analysis did not show that "human consciousness affects the quantum world".
The alternative analysis based upon the instructions posted on the GCP website, however, showed chance deviations throughout.
We also provide verification of a separate analysis posted by Dr. Dean Radin, but we differ markedly with regard to the posted conclusions. Using Radin’s analysis, we do not find significant evidence that the GCP network’s EGG’s responded to the New York City attacks in real time. Radin’s computation of 6000:1 odds against chance during the events are accounted for by a not-unexpected local deviation that occurred approximately 3 hours before the attacks.
We conclude that the network random number generators produced data consistent with mean chance expectation during the worst single day tragedy in American history.
originally posted by: galadofwarthethird
a reply to: 38181
Kind of like the slug bug game. Once you notice one. You start seeing them everywhere. But if you dont at first consciously make an effort at some level to see them. Well out of sight, out of mind. But the truth is, that saying is kind of backwards. It should be out of mind, out of sight. And so you could pass by dozens of slug bugs on the highways, see them, but never notice them.