posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 11:30 AM
Originally posted by Legion2112
Okay, I have a very simple question for you nobodysavedme. It might seem a little strange, but it's important... ready? Here it is...
You are in a swimming pool. There's a first grader about 15 feet from you. You see the water around him turn bright blue because he just peed in it.
Now, are you going to stay in the pool, or are you going to get out until it's cleaned?
[edit on 17-7-2010 by Legion2112]
Urine has no effect on people.It is just a mixture of weak ammonia and various salts.Some people actually drink it for medicinal reasons.
Also when YOU have been in ANY swimming pool I guarantee it has been peed in by someone or other.
Urine is not blue.
"You said you live in Montana. If you took all the oil and spread it evenly over Montana, it would be about 14,000 feet thick. Still think it's no
I don't believe those figures are accurate and the figure of Montana being at the bottom of oil 14000 feet is fantasy.You have made an error.
I suggest you re-do your calculation.
We should adopt a laid back policy of do nothing and you will find it is the best policy.
Any system which is disturbed will attain a new equilibrium and this effect percolates through society too.
Some people have lost jobs but they will move away and find other jobs.In due course it will all recover.
In a historical context nothing will happen.We will still be here tomorrow.
Remember a billion planets exist out there all waiting for us to arrive.We should increase research funding into advanced space travel as quite a
number of theories exist in which rapid travel is possible.
In my estimation this will happen within 30 years.A number of theories are expected to converge to a practical advanced capability of traveling
Once we have this advanced capability we can ditch this planet and move on to a billion other planets.We could expand and colonize the Galaxy and
every single American could have their own planet or Solar System.
That would be the Ultimate Luxury.No more annoying neighbours.
We could all be Kings.