posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 09:38 PM
Originally posted by prophetboy12
The scene from "The Day The Earth Stood Still" was an orb removing the creatures from the Earth. Since the creatures are biological and subject to
decay, the realistic event would be to remove the life force and return it to the universal.
Well, within the context of the movie (the remake, at least), the aliens are shown to have what is essentially complete mastery of biological
processes, not to mention the physics know-how to travel at speeds close to light and accelerate without inertia. Now, it's unclear how much of the
animal is saved in the movie (they just took a DNA sample from the earlier human in the arctic), but they seemed intent on getting large numbers. So,
they could 1) convert the whole being into pure information, ala a star trek teleport beam and just 'store' them, 2) store them physically with the
inside of the spheres being much larger than the outside (a tech implied by their propulsion), 3) the creatures' lifecycles are slowed or paused in a
I don't know what you mean by "lifeforce" in this context, but I doubt the word 'realistic' applies to it in any sense of the word. Particularly
since it is all a work of fiction.
Cyclones, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, and such are vortexes of energy removing what was created, or changed from spirit to matter, now returns to spirit.
It seems likely that what is happening on the planet and around the planet is signs to expect, prepare, and accept that our turn is close.
What is your evidence for this statement? Do you have any measurable or observed facts which support this conclusion and discount other explanations
such as "cyclones/hurricanes/typhoons (which are all different words for basically the same thing in different oceans) are atmospheric disturbances
that work the way most science books say"?
What shows this hypothesis to be the correct one?