Topic started on 6-8-2012 @ 07:03 PM by itsthetooth
What causes Mass Extinctions?
Scientists are totally baffled by this, and have been forever. We are currently approaching our sixth largest mass extinction and its estimated that
this planet has over 98% of its documented inhabitants extinct. Realize this is just what we know of, I'm sure there is a lot more. 98% is a good
chunk considering we still have over five million species here, and still counting. It makes you wonder just how much life was this little blue planet
housing at one time.
There is a very simple explanation for whats going on, and I'm personally shocked that scientists haven't figured this one out. There have been some
changes to this planet, and we even have documentation to back that up. According to the bible a couple of every species and herb was brought to
earth. Except things from OUR home planet. It's in clear black and white that according to the bible, earth is NOT our home. We were dumped here
along with a couple of everything else that is from various places out in the cosmos.
Each planet is made with a balance of life that allows all the life on that planet to survive. Scientists are baffled right now because they are
making the assumption that all species that are here, originated from here, and that is false. The fact of the matter is that losing a species in a
balanced eco system is just as damaging as bringing in life that doesn't belong. So what we are left with is this giant soup where only the fittest
survive. In addition to one of the most damaging species here, humans.
We are able to manipulate and adapt to make this planet work for us, at least so we think. The fact is that the planet was not meant to afford us, and
not only are we missing a lot of things that we would normally have, but in our attempt to adapt around those problems, we are damaging this planet.
As you can see its very simple, but in some ways it is complicated. The balance of life is critical to any planet. The person(s) that set up all of
the life here probably had a plan and a reason but they either didn't know or didn't care that it would eventually be the end of life on this
planet. Life is collapsing at an exponential rate.
The thing that made this all come to realization was an ongoing debate I have between intervention and evolution. Evolution believes that chaos and
extinctions are all a part of the process of evolution. While evolution is claimed to not be a creator, it is allegedly responsible for creating
millions possibly billions of species, but you will never get an evolutionist to agree that its a creator of life.
In addition to creating new life, each life has to have food. Evolutionists claim that a species just eats what it can, and its survival of the
fittest. Which is basically what we are seeing today. The problem is that something seems to be a little off with the idea that all of this life
started out from slime, and ended up as humans just to find out that some of us don't have any food to eat.. We never hear about new species being
born, let alone new species that have nothing to eat.
This introduced an understanding that I was able to see where each species, at least in balance, would have whats referred to as target food. Target
food would be a food that is easily available for that species, and is natural not processed, and yields high nutrients for that species. A species
could have two or more target foods. Where you see a problem with humans is that we have so many things that we eat, but we aren't dependent on any
one specifically. We are scavengers. Again this is because the bible warned us that nothing from our home planet was brought here. So what food we
are eating is not our food, and we are just getting by with what we have.
You can see the results of this from us creating super supplement stores, diets, and dieticians, and all of the sickness that comes along from us not
having our intended food. It has been so far and so long out of perspective that we even started making our own food, known as processed food.
Adaptation is a process that has been labeled and accepted to evolution as though it is a part of evolution. The fact is that if evolution really
existed we wouldn't have to adapt, and visa versa. Adaptation is an obvious sign that we are having to go out of our way to make something work
because from a natural point of view, its failing.
So we adapt, and adapt, and adapt or die. We adapt so much that its realized to the point of redundancy. The reason we have to adapt so much is
because this isn't our planet, and we don't fit here, so we have to work around the problems associated with that. It eventually takes a toll on the
planet and mother nature has been pushing us off of here from day one. We can see this in the form of sickness, disease, plagues, and how bacteria
and viruses attack us. We can't get off this rock, we are stuck here, so we act out by doing things like self abuse, smoking, drinking, drug abuse,
and even self physical abuse.
Intervention is real, and the sooner that people realize just how real, the sooner all the answers will come to you. We have no ties to this planet,
if we disappeared off the face of this earth, the planet would throw a big party. We share no natural relationship with any species on this planet.
Most relationships are forced by either feeding them or housing, or domesticating them.