Any biologist worth the name will tell you it's absolutely impossible. Forget about jumping through a stargate to another planet, where everything is
nice and dandy. Even if the planet was livable for a human being and the air breathable, you would be dead within minutes. Orson Welles got it right
in "War of The Worlds. The microbial life would do you in. You simply cannot exist in another eco-system than the one you've evolved in, period.
Even different eco-systems on a planetary scale can kill you. It's what happened when the Spaniards arrived on the American continent. They brought
with them disease that the local population had no resistance to, and so wiped out 90% of them.
The only way to settle permanently on another planet is to breed 'your' genetics into it, slowly directing the evolutionary process so that it goes
in 'your' direction, and finally arrive at something that is 'your' species, but adapted to the eco-system of the planet.
Thank you! You just made a solid case right there about why we need to take care of the Earth. It's not about being 'tree-hugging, peace-loving,
hippies'. It's about our LIVES! Our bodies and minds are designed specifically for this planet. This planet IS as connected to us as we are to each
other. In fact, our bodies are a microcosm of the Earth and the Universe. We 'work' the same way they work. The Gaia Theory suggests that Earth
adjusts itself. As we damage and pollute our planet, it is in a constant state of change to right itself. As it changes, we HAVE to adapt and change
with it. Otherwise, we die. That may be in some part what evolution is (if there is such a thing). As the Earth changes, the organisms do to in order
to survive to create the next generation. The 'aliens' or whatever they are know this. That is why they keep sending the same message to the
'abductees'. In every creation story, the Earth and everything on it is always made FIRST! We forget that humans were made LAST. That's an
important point that so many people seem to miss. The Earth is important. It's here for a reason. We cannot create our own planet (even though
sometimes we think we're gods), so all we can do is take care of the one that we are on. We need to realize our own human limitations and look upon
the Earth with the awe and wonder that it deserves because we cannot duplicate it.
The ancients knew that which why they reverenced nature and the Earth. They recognized the fact that there was something greater than them and that
they were not in control. Instead of fighting nature (like we do), they just gave into it and showed reverence by thanking the invisible gods, powers,
or spirits within nature that gave it to them. In that sense, they had more sense than we do. Even today, many people pray, meditate, and/or attend
their own places of worship and do the exact same thing. At the end of the day, it's all the same thing only with different names, customs, tenets of
belief, and rituals even though most take for granted and fail to give thanks for the original home right under their feet that was given to them.
As humans, we think that we are more important than the environment, the world, and each other. Heck! For centuries, we thought that the Earth was the
center of the universe and that everything revolved around us. THAT'S THE PROBLEM! We are still chained to an egocentric mentality where WE have
elevated ourselves and made ourselves the center of our own universes. Every religion and philosophy on the planet teaches us to look outside
ourselves and care about something else besides ourselves. Jesus taught it. Buddha taught it. Ghandi taught it. Even the 'aliens' are teaching it.
Why are humans not getting the message? I hear so many people talk about synchronicity and repeating patterns in nature only to turn around and scoff
at the 'new age' thinkers who spread the message of ONE. ONE *is* synchronicity. ONE *is* a repeating pattern. All the Great Avatars taught the
message of ONE. We are ONE. We are connected to everything, and everything is connected to us. There is nothing separate from us; not even the things
we hate or fear.
In fact, upon much reflection, I've come to the conclusion that not even Satan is separate from us (even though we wish it). I think that Satan is
the Ego. The battle between God and Satan is an internal battle that we must fight OURSELVES. Only we can fight that battle. Who wins is up to us
which comes down to responsibility for our own actions. Humanity has been brainwashed into lethargy and that is how the Elite has control of all of
us. Their greatest fear is our coming into our own Enlightenment and realizing that we do not need them--especially for our own salvation.
Sorry for the ramble, and thanks to anyone who stuck it out and read my scattered thoughts to the end.
[edit on 10-12-2009 by gazerstar]