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Originally posted by iSHRED
what if they know about an iminent disaster, and they already have another planet prepared with ET help that they evacuate a bunch of children too right before said disaster...
huh? waddaya think??
Originally posted by youthsavior
reply to post by mr10k
Ehh, still not convincing me.....
They could literally use anyone else...anyone...rather than et's and im sure they could find someone thats appealing to the kids. Not to mention the fact that the game isn't focused on et's, its all about earthquake preparedness. Before you even play the game, it's not advertising "play me because there are aliens in here!"
Originally posted by mr10k
reply to post by Human_Alien
I dont know. I think it's not fun to jump out at everything without looking at both sides.
It's a game. They wanted it to make sense, and have a story to attract the kids. Remeber, it is for kids. I mean, the story wouldn't go so smoothly if it had been a 43-year old man with gray hair that came out of nowhere, right? What then? FEMA prepares kids to befriend Pedophiles? Chill out, it's a game for kids, with a little story to actually get them playing.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
reply to post by mr10k
What I meant about being 'conditioned' is....the act of acceptance without question.
Aliens, only 30 years ago were thought to be in the minds of crazy, nutty, pot-smoking, acid-dropping, twisted, insane, unbalanced and thoroughly disturbed people.
Look where it's at now! We're almost to the point where if you DON'T think life exists off this planet, THEN you're a nut.
It's conditioning. Because no one has offered up any proof yet. So we're being conditioned by the people running this planets via MSM (movies too) and I'd say, it's working beautifully!
Legacy Interactive has announced plans to create a web-based game designed to teach kids how to prepare for hazards and emergencies. Disaster Hero is being developed in conjunction with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), with funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and, in turn, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), under which FEMA operates. Due out sometime in 2011, the game promises to “focus on what to do before, during and after a disaster,” with an emphasis on “getting an emergency kit, having an emergency plan and being informed.” ACEP President Dr. Angela Gardner added, "This project to develop an educational program for children using a game platform will be a unique approach to teaching kids to have an active role in home disaster planning.” FEMA claimed to have research which showed that “despite imminent threats and increased media attention, Americans today are no better prepared for a natural disaster or terrorist attack than they were in 2003.” Research figures indicating the government’s preparedness for such disasters were not provided.