GetRadNZ: Jupiter is also a gas planet, a bit hard to inhabit a gas planet methinks...
And you still believe in this sciens? the same one that tells you E.T are not real? The same one who back engineered Flying Disc out of this world?
The same one who wants to put an RFID chip in you? The same one who poisons our food and water? The same one who invented the cell phone and games to
keep your mined off God? The same one who invented H1N1 vaccine flue shots? sad.
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Originally posted by Chadwickus GetRadNZ: Jupiter is also a gas planet, a bit hard to inhabit a gas planet methinks...
Where is your evidence that Jupiter is a gas planet? have you been to Jupiter? have any of us been to Jupiter? again, we are relying on the
information given to us by the same people whom we say everyday is working to conspire against us and the whole of humanity. Anything has to be
treated as a possibility until we eventually find out for ourselves.
144,000 humans, huh? I thought that number seemed suspiciously familiar.....and, sure enough, I was right:
Witnesses also have a slightly different view of heaven than mainstream Christianity. Based on their reading of prophetic books like Daniel and
Revelation, Jehovah's Witnesses believe that only 144,000 people will go to heaven to rule with God and Jesus. The remainder of the righteous
will enjoy paradise on earth - a restored Garden of Eden in which there is no sickness, old age, death or unhappiness....
I have little regard for cults. Tolerance is one thing, and trying to respect others for their beliefs; BUT some groups just cross the line. A
personal failing of mine, perhaps, being intolerant of these sorts of people....however, when considering certain past events involving other cults
(IE, Jim Jones, Heaven's Gate, etc....), any and ALL cults, to my mind, should be considered dangerous and mind-warping aberrations.
JW people are creepier (if that's possible) in some ways than $cientologists. BECAUSE of the "knock on your door" crap they pull. Mormons, almost
as bad....but riding around on bicycles in their white shirts and name tags, at least they aren't interrupting people in their own homes.
Seeing certain members' continued references to "Jehovah" and the "144,000 people" and that junk finally clicked....and, I certainly hope that
their posting here (in what is amounting to a sort of "preaching") isn't going ot adversely influence the gullible who may come along and read
BTW...isn't it odd that (according to some historical records) the uttering of the name of the "lord" (jehovah) was once considered BLASPHEMY!?!
And, the punishment was death, by stoning. We don't have any visual records of such events from ancient times....but there IS this re-creation to
Your distrust of mainstream science is somewhat paranoid.
Not all scientists are – or were, in this instance – against the possibility of ET life.
As to Jupiter (though that is not the subject of this thread); ever read about Carl Sagan’s take on that?
There has been much speculation that any life on Jupiter, or on other gas giants, might be ammonia-based life. The possibility of "abundant
biota" in the upper regions of Jupiter's atmosphere was considered in a 1976 paper by Carl Sagan and Edwin E. Salpeter1, three years after the
fly-by of the first Jupiter probe, Pioneer 10. Sagan and Salpeter compared the ecology of the Jovian atmosphere with that of terrestrial seas which
have simple photosynthetic plankton at the top level, fish at lower levels feeding on these creatures, and marine predators which hunt the fish. The
three hypothetical Jovian equivalents of these organisms, Sagan and Salpeter termed "sinkers", "floaters", and "hunters".
Carl Sagans view is a little hard to believe, I can't imagine an intelligent creature the size of a city living beneath the surface of those seas.
The amount of energy needed to carry out it's life processes ( if the same as life here on earth) would be incredible. Although I'm not denying the
possiblility of a city sized creature and balloon creatures. Sounds awesome.
144,000 humans, huh? I thought that number seemed suspiciously familiar.....and, sure enough, I was right
I’m not sure if smokingman2006 is trying to peddle mainstream religious dogma, in fact, I doubt it very much.
His previous messages have been, as far as I’m concerned, amalgams of several different UFO related subjects; almost as if he was new to the field
of Ufology and it had such an impact that he developed new-found beliefs that coalesced into a mythology that gave vent to his obviously very real
concerns about the planet.
But that is purely my own opinion and not intended to be a slur of any kind.
Oh, and he’s not the messiah…he’s a very naughty boy.
I know that i am just another generic string of binary codes on this forum but here is my take on this subject (i've FELT this way (albeit in a much
more basic and general way) since i was a child.
1. ENOUGH of us will come to the conclusion that WE'VE GOT TO LIVE TO OUR GREATEST GOOD 100% of the TIME. the resulting society would be one of
absolute peace and prosparity.
2. The corruption, hypocrisy, slavery, violence, etc. will run rampant and people will remain willfully ignorant to what HAS happened all around them,
( i say HAS because in my opinion we are already slaves, and your shackles are your currency) AND THE UNIVERSE which is the ULTIMATE representation
for the scales of BALANCE, will wipe the slate clean here on earth, ONLY for it to be attempted AGAIN.
I have felt this way ever since i have had an understanding of the general concepts involved in describing my thoughts.
Why have i always FELT (not thought) these are the pathways that humanity can take?
THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL
how else could a small child with NO advanced knowledge of the concepts in question FORM SUCH AN OPINION!?
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