posted on Sep, 2 2010 @ 10:27 PM
Threads like this are a waste of time, but I felt like ranting so here you go.
You do realize that technology cannot sexually reproduce, right? Biology is far more complex than technology. It is a complex adaptive system which
revises its generational weaknesses through natural selection. That said, human beings are unique from other animals in that they carry somewhere in
the neighborhood of four thousand genetic disorders, many of which kill affected offspring well before they get the chance to reproduce. We also carry
genetic codes for other animals like birds or fish which seems really out of place doesn't it? Our closest genetic relative is the primate, but it
carries a full two chromosomes more than us. I repeat, we have two fewer chromosomes than our closest biological relative. And what of those two? Upon
closer examination, they're fused in us. I am of the mind that humans were genetically engineered by extra terrestrials long ago who wanted cheap
slave labor. This would account for the less-than-righteous ancient 'deities' described as wielding terrible weapons and demanding absolute
obedience. You think a humanoid ghost with infinite magic powers crafted the cosmos for people to admire at night as he enslaved them by day to an
eternity of fear and subservience to churches and monarchs?
Then again, it's not quite so simple as any of that. Mass evolutionary periods in the fossil record fall into even spikes of about sixty-two million
years, give or take about three million. I don't recall the name of the two researchers who established this trend, but this isn't entirely my
research either. According to David Wilcock (and I can hear some of you groaning already, but he often makes a lot of sense), the galaxy generates
waves of radiation carrying genetic information which revise existing life forms each time a new wave passes by. The last time such a scenario
occurred on earth was sixty-five million years ago, which for those of you who don't know was the end of the dinosaurs. Mainstream archeology already
acknowledges that every species of dinosaur in the late Cretaceous died out mysteriously, before the infamous asteroid cataclysm. The trend continues
on into primordial history, even in the absence of any notable catastrophe that could account for the extinction rates.
What I'm saying here is that the notion of intelligent design on the part of some angry Hebrew war god is idiotic. According to the above theory, any
planets suitable for life in the galaxy would naturally develop human organisms and if you're in any way familiar with the notion of our collective
unconscious, many of our innate archetypes and ideas, perhaps even including technologies, exist in a field of awareness outside time and space. If
you've never heard of the hundred monkey syndrome, you ought to look that up too. The electric model of the universe is also highly relevant, but I
won't get into that here.
As a species we've become far too polarized. Either it has to be a random accident or a fairy godfather that made everything the way it is today.
I'm not saying these are the right answers either, but think outside the box once in a while, will ya? It may seem like we're in the future and know
better than anyone else by now, but this is still the dark ages. The vast majority of ancient wisdom has been lost, stolen, or burned by Catholics. We
live in an age where it's an acceptable loss for entire nations to be laid waste for no adequately explained reason, where our political leaders are
either entertainers and lawyers, where consumption is a cultural foundation, and religion, the notion of divine union, is being reduced to a spectacle
of blind faith in and a literal interpretation of parables that were written and rewritten thousands of years ago by powerful men.
Personally, I can't see the appeal in willful ignorance. It's not just the religious community that rejects new ideas, but notoriously the
scientific community too. I mean the notion of gravity hasn't been revised since Issac Newton, a damn Alchemist, postulated that mysterious magical
force of attraction which binds the world together. This isn't even about me or what I think. Screw me. The issue isn't whether any of my opinions
are valid or not. There is a disease that affects this entire planet, that compels us to destroy each other and ourselves however possible. It's not
God's fault, nor is it the Devil's. It's not an accident either, because that's just another way of shirking off responsibility for history and
the future we hold in our hands today. There are people in power, both elites and the masses in general, who believe it is their destiny to destroy
the world and usher in an era of eternal life, people who call darkness light. There's an entire generation out there now that never believed in
anything, my generation. Everyone talks like the next generation is gonna solve all the problems all the others handed off to them like it's trash
and we can take it out tomorrow. I'm obviously going off topic, but may I think it's important people hear this kind of thing. However, I am sorely
disappoint by the frequency of defeatistic responses I see to any declaration of the real problems. Everywhere, people have given up thinking about
the obvious solutions to any of life's problems while they wait for the hot new product everybody's raving about to come out. On ATS, for instance,
the default response to any crushing new challenge to future livelihood is treated as a force of nature.
God does not hate you. God is not a man, and thus is not bound by our pettiest emotions like jealousy or anger. You are not powerless. These are not
the end times, and there is no reason to be afraid of ANYTHING. There is no reason in an age of limitless information to cling to arcane notions of
reality, and this is not the time to give up. Faith in yourself and in Our mistakes are learning tools. We are all given the choice to create or to
destroy. Destruction is effortless and easy. Oblivion is always just around the corner. Creativity is an act of divinity, and the only true path to
self-realization and happiness. Reality is as you imagine it, and functions according to your every fear and desire. The world must choose to exist in
fear or in love. There must be a choice, for fear is but the absence of love. Is any of this getting through to anyone? I certainly hope so.