posted on Oct, 12 2013 @ 03:07 PM
reply to post by MamaJ
And yet they warn us about weather so we can prepare. They tell us when there is a political threat they tell us about CMEs they warn us about
microbes in food that could harm us . They continue to make advances in medicine to keep us healthy. Who decides where this line is drawn.
Well of course they have to make it look like they are doing their job and care about us. In a sense they do, as they need a taxpayer base.
But a space rock...they could pretend they did not know about it. And after it hit, it would not matter if someone figured out they knew.
Furthermore, it would negate the need for "taxes" or "taxpayers"...
C'mon, use your head for gods sake... "They warn us about the things that we know they should be able to warn us about" yeah because if they didn't
then we wouldnt trust them right up to the end like the pied piper.
You should avoid the world of business and should not be trusted with any money. The scammers will see you coming from a mile away! You've clearly
never heard of the trick of showing yourself to be trustworthy and honest with the first few dealings so you can make off with the dough the first
time you are trusted with a significant amount. They call it the slow play I believe...
I'm not saying that is what "they" are doing. I have no way of knowing! All I am saying isyour argument against it is rediculous...sigh...
"What would be the ramifications if we sent it in the direction of another planet with life on it? Would we be murderers?"
Is a great and interesting question. Your desire to come in here starting arguments has served some good after all. *thumbs up* We should probably try
to direct them into the sun or Jupiter or another gas giant? So long as there is no life on any of these objects... However if a lifeform could
survive on the sun, maybe it would not harm them...
edit on 10/12/2013 by 3n19m470 because: (no reason given)