Let's start with this: "Why is ET here?"
It's been the subject of a myriad of hypotheses answered by an even larger myriad of cynical attitudes and responses. I have been absent for a time
now in an attempt to piece together a kind of "Theory of Everything" WRT the ET problem. Before I go any further I will restate my position which
has not changed during this hiatus. I still do not believe in the existence of ET on this Planet. I believe it to be highly improbable; but that's
just my belief. Doesn't mean it's true. Elsewhere? As everyone knows, there is no proof of that either- but of course it is possible. I am still
here though, and still have all the respect due toward those who do believe, that has not changed either. My regard for the believers, as a Human
Beings first and foremost, has kept me looking at this phenomenon in the hopes of arriving at a point where the UFO community has a consensus of
opinion that most can agree on and live with. Most importantly though, my endeavor to help the community unify and gain strength in order to take
action collectively where action is needed is the true goal, and has been for well over a year now. And that fact also has not changed.
I have been looking pretty hard at the idea of rescue as the reason that ET is here. That's kind of where I left off. Which IMHO was certainly a
valid enough conclusion to look into. And so, with that idea in mind, off I went to find any evidence of past intervention(s) or rescue(s) by looking
for the criteria in which such an occurrence might be warranted. I looked long and hard at ice cores, ocean sediments, terrestrial cores, isotopes and
proxy signatures of all sorts. Discoveries? There were many. But no evidence of a situation so dire or threatening WRT our extinction that anyone
would consider it a need for some kind of outside rescue. I could have missed something but I don't think so even in hindsight.
So, now what? Obviously a different approach was needed if things were going to stay within the realm of science and be somewhat plausible. It had
to be plausible enough to carry a discussion within the various UFO communities. AND! It had to make sense to just about everyone in order to even
have that discussion. PLUS! It had to be sound enough to satisfy all the questions that have been around since day one, as well as encompass
everyone's ET ideas of why ET is here, and where they came from. Most important though, it had to be a decent enough concept to unite the community
across the board into a common goal. That being to continue the research as one body, and become strong enough to stop at nothing to get to the bottom
of things once and for all.
But what hypothesis could that be? What could possibly be so innovative? There is a strong scenario that I'm here to present as being possible and
takes the rescue idea one step further. The hypothesis is that ET themselves could be on the run from some kind of a serious threat. Motherships(Arks)
and all. What could possibly be such a motivating factor? Well, a year and a half ago giant gamma ray bubbles emanating from our Milky Way Galaxy's
core were discovered. I was not aware of them myself until late December 2011. The discovery is nothing short of amazing really; but if one tosses the
Fermi Gamma Ray Bubbles into the ET mix then new ideas get generated. The particular idea here is that ET has been in exodus from the direction of the
galactic center. This threat scenario would result in their home planetary systems closer to the Milky Way's core being sterilized or destroyed and
left devoid of life one by one because of gamma ray bombardment from these expanding bubbles. So they would begin to journey toward the outer reaches
of the Galaxy in the effort to find areas of safe haven. This could have been happening in all directions from the Galaxy's inner regions, with
waves of ETs moving through here (and elsewhere) in a massive transition away from the galactic devastation nearer the center. This could be how,
through chance, that they happened to find us. Or because we were on a list of habitable planets that they knew about already. We're doing the same
thing with Kepler. Kepler 22b being one of our most recent finds.
Now the ET's crafts, should they exist, would be relatively fast, but I doubt they could move at the speed of light. Gamma rays on the other hand
very nearly do travel at the speed of light. So ET would have needed an early start. This also could be why so many different species of ET are
currently around as some believe them to be; ALL of the inner civilizations on our side of the Galaxy capable of interstellar travel would be
expanding outward. Some perhaps coming this way and could have been doing so for thousands of years. This concept is still only plausible at best, but
with correct data added in, it could even be probable- especially for the believer. The Fermi Bubbles are real as is the physics involved concerning
This can succeed in bringing up new dialogue such as whether our Earth is just a waystation; ET stops here and then moves on. Earth being only one
planet among many on all sides of the Galaxy. Is this why there appear to be many species and an extremely wide variety of vessels both large and
small? Is the idea of an enormous ET migration away from the center from possible cosmic superwave activity even thinkable? Is this scenario good
enough to unite the community? There's going to be a lot of questions probably, but before one decides to ask one, try first to see if the question
doesn't in fact answer itself when one plugs it into this new hypothesis. If this idea helps in reducing the chaos surrounding the ET subject then
the chances would improve the possibility of making headway after over 60+years of dealing with the issue. Perhaps even help in gaining a
community-wide initiative to place eonugh pressure for disclosure where pressure is needed to get the truth from TPTB- or from anyone else for that
I apologize for the length of this post. But the only way to do this correctly was to have it all flow as one thought. Thank you all and I hope this
finds everyone well.