posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 10:06 PM
A very astute observation OP!
The description of "The Dawn of Man"
scene from 2001 A Space
A tribe of herbivorous ape-like early humans is foraging for food in the African desert. A leopard kills one member, and another tribe of
man-apes drives them from their water hole. Defeated, they sleep overnight in a small exposed rock crater,and awake to find a black monolith has
appeared in front of them. They approach it shrieking and jumping, and eventually touch it cautiously. Soon after, one of the apes (Daniel
Richter) realizes how to use a bone as both a tool and a weapon, which the apes then use to kill prey for food. The next morning, they reclaim
control of the water hole from the other tribe by killing its leader. Triumphant, the ape leader throws his weapon-tool into the air,
switching via match cut from a bone to an orbital satellite millions of years in the future.
What are the governments of the world trying to say by naming this war attack "Operation Odyssey Dawn"?
Are they admitting that they are trying to kill Libya's leader?
Are they hinting that they have some sort of advanced alien technology?
Are they admitting that after this war action, something BIG is about to happen?
Are the next few years going to "awaken" man kind?
is it in the Libyan desert that they are going after?
: Arthur C. Clarke DIED on March 19, 2008
20-3-2011 by harrytuttle because: (no reason given)