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Climate Change, and Aliens...

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posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 12:18 PM
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Okay, so in 1996 The Union of Concerned Scientists stated that if we don't do something about fossil fuels/global warming etc. in the next 20 years the planet will reach a turning point where there will be nothing we can do. It will be to late and eventually the planet will no longer be able to support human life. I think that aliens would see this and intervene (assuming it's true) if they have any interest in us whatsoever.

Does anyone have any theories about this?

I think that they may make there presence known, and reveal some of there secrets, this may be the 2012 "change of consciousness". But I haven't researched this well, and it's only a theory, and I'm only trying to spark some conversation.



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 12:21 PM
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this is one of the reasons im convinced we will start seeing more and more alien activity in the next few years. If they really are up there and care about whats going on, there is only so far they will let us ravage the planet before they step in. This would indicate an "intervention" sometime very soon.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 12:29 PM
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The reptillians are terra forming the planet to make it more hospitable for when they invade on a full scale.



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 02:14 PM
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Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
The reptillians are terra forming the planet to make it more hospitable for when they invade on a full scale.


Well that's David Icke's reitrement plans up the swanny then !!!



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 02:19 PM
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Sorry about the joke above, i could'nt resist !!!
Ok back on track and on a more serious train of thought. I think the idea of ailen intervention over humanity's destruction of it's environment is a valid one. If the other theories about ailens not wanting us to nuke ourselves is anything to go by. It seems ET wants the Human Race to go on for whatever reason be it beneign or hostile intent. So it would make sense that if we are making Earth uninhabitable they are going to get narked off and come down and give us some eco lessons. An exchange of technology might take place in order to acheieve this or who knows they might be able to reverse some of the damage. or they could remove some of the Earth's population to another planet to relieve some of the pressure on Earth. Or a combination of the above.



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 02:37 PM
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Part of me hopes that the Aliens would protect us from ourselves, but then
another part of me says that it's insulting that we're seen as immature
children who need to be steered properly until we achieve maturity.

Sometimes parents let their children get a few bumps on the noggin to
learn a memorable lesson though. Maybe our "guardians" will not step
in to help until mankind loses a few cities from rising sea-levels, or
something. If they are very advanced, the rescuers could reverse the
negative environmental trend pretty quickly.

Another scenario is that the alien visitors have a "non-interference"
directive. They'll just observe as we fix things ourselves, or head to
extinction. Since entire star systems are seen to be wiped out, and
also born, every year by astronomers, it might be commonplace for
various races to come and go in this big universe.



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 06:24 PM
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If they cared about us, sure, they might intervene. And if they are priming the planet for invasion, and warmer temps are good for them, they might not intervene.

But what if they just don't give a #? If abduction experiences are to be believed, they take us up and experiment on us. So what if they just have a detached interest in us, the way we do toward, say, carpenter ants (well, scientists, anyway - I could care less about carpenter ants as long as they stay out of my house)? What if they just want to see what we do - will we really muss up our planet to the point of causing our own extinction? Could we be that stupid?


Xybevvnrl: "Dude, I've got 200 drqqqls that says they'll pull themselves out of this mess somehow."

Hgggggnyss, Jr.: "Are you kidding? These are the people who keep voting for Sanjaya Malakar. I'll take that bet."



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 06:51 PM
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Originally posted by TwoPillars
Okay, so in 1996 The Union of Concerned Scientists stated that if we don't do something about fossil fuels/global warming etc. in the next 20 years the planet will reach a turning point where there will be nothing we can do. It will be to late and eventually the planet will no longer be able to support human life. I think that aliens would see this and intervene (assuming it's true) if they have any interest in us whatsoever.

Does anyone have any theories about this?


If we have to depend on aliens pulling out collective fannies out of the fire, then we're screwed.

What will happen to us is what happens to any population of living things growing in a limited environment. We'll get to a certain point, then there will be huge die-offs from starvation and disease. Simple as that. Mice eat their own young.

Fortunately for you and me, we live in countries where we have good water and medical systems in place. Too bad for the poor suckers in the "Third World," who will die like flies.

Life is cruel, and completely unsustainable on an individual level.



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 06:54 PM
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Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
The reptillians are terra forming the planet to make it more hospitable for when they invade on a full scale.


I saw that movie with Charlie Sheen in it. The aliens had legs that bent backwards, like those on a chicken. It had its moments.



posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 07:03 PM
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Originally posted by SuicideVirus
Fortunately for you and me, we live in countries where we have good water...


Drought in western North America...

It's happened before the Europeans came and will very likely happen again.

Check this out...


The early 21st century drought is the most severe in terms of flow deficit in more than a century. The current drought also has produced the lowest flow period in the record, with an average of only 5.4 MAF for 2001-2003. In contrast, the drought of the Dust Bowl years between 1930 and 1937 produced an average of 10.2 MAF. The predicted inflow into Lake Powell for 2004 is 49% of the long-term average (5.6 MAF), which indicates that the early 21st century drought is on-going.

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The drought gripping the West could be the worst in 500 years, with effects in the Colorado River basin even worse than during the Dust Bowl years, scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey say. "That we can now say with confidence," said Robert Webb, lead author of the report released yesterday. "Now I'm completely convinced." The drought has produced the lowest flow in the Colorado River on record, with an annual average flow of only 5.4 million acre-feet at Lees Ferry, Ariz., during the period 2001-2003, adjusted for the effect of Glen Canyon Dam. By comparison, during the Dust Bowl years, between 1930 and 1937, the annual flow averaged about 10.2 million acre-feet, the report said.


(bolding mine)

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