posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 09:15 AM
OK then, seriously:￼
DK ‘It was and is still my best advice. Take it or leave it. Your call.’
Your best advice didn’t exactly work out for you, did it? Actually, now you are back, would it hurt to tell us which caves in Nepal you went to?
The only ones I know about are tourist attractions and/or holy shrines. Mahendra, Harpan River, Gupteshor Mahadev, Chameri, Milarepa, Moon Water,
Nglesho, Mustang, for instance. It can’t have been the caves near Lo Manthang either.
DK ‘Shielding from electromagnetic waves as best as you can, gathering groups together to work on said projects…’
What sort of groups? Your group was, presumably, educated and middle-class (doctors, dentist etc) and the best you could do was head off to caves in
an unstable country.
Do we all need to befriend our neighbourhood scientists or the local chemistry class? How do you expect ordinary people to work in small groups to
find the solution to a worldwide bombardment of electromagnetic waves?
Perhaps you mean pressure groups? If that is the case, will you join in since you have ’inside information’? Or are you going to sit in your
cave while the ’troops’ go into battle? Oh, hang on, someone’s done that already.
DK ‘Nope wrong again. My example is how I was doing it. If you note, I started posting because I was almost ready and I felt guilty.’
And in response to my suggestion of Chislehurst Caves:
DK ‘Oh yes, go hide in the caves that millions of Londoners will pour into. Christ almighty, you want a side order with that brain snip you just
Well, if they do all pour into the caves, it might be at your suggestion. And what’s wrong with it? Presumably your feelings of guilt would prompt
you to want millions of people to be saved. But are you saying you’d like a cave all to yourselves? Just you and your little group? Sounds a bit
elitist to me.