posted on Jul, 29 2011 @ 01:25 AM
There's a lot to fear nowadays. The collapse of the dollar, countries defaulting, global meltdown, and the like. Where is modern society headed?
What are the outcomes?
1) A collapse occurs, and zombie apocalypse ensues.
2) A collapse occurs, and we recover. The loss of more rights.
3) No collapse, and we learn to conserve our resources, and we prosper.
4) Aliens attack (from the Armada hovering over the SW USA), and we become slaves to the Annunaki again.
Let's address these:
1) With the zombie apocalypse scenario, it's everyone for themselves. There's been computer models run, and it's 3 weeks for any major city,
until all resources are depleted. That's an average. The bigger the city, the quicker the resources deplete. Event 1 ties in directly with event
2) Event 2 directly provides for an economic collapse, world wars, and destruction on a mass scale. In this scenario, millions die, and humanity
slowly recovers from years of grossly neglected principles. In this scenario, people by right may have an identity, but it's closely monitored by
the governing bodies. We become slaves to the philosophy that saves us from destruction, the tribal or clan unit, and we become bound to local units
that dictate what we can and can't do.
3) They raise the debt limit, and miraculously, the government balances the trillion dollar deficit. The politicians of the world agree to world
peace, and every one agrees. Instead of fighting wars, the whole world comes together and we build these huge spaceships to colonize the galaxy. We
become a huge federation linked through multiple star systems. Politicians colonize the stars as well. We repeat step 1.
4) If the aliens could attack, they would've already. Nothing to fear. If there was an advanced civilization out there, we'd already be in
contact with them. This is simply not a feasible outcome for humanity. Refer to step 1.