Friday, 12 July 2019

Aliens and Extinction.


The end of the world has been predicted since the start of human history. The apocalypse has played a part in every culture that has and it seems will exist.
In the past the threat of Armageddon seemed to be tool wielded by religion to insure its followers stuck to a set of rules.
Cataclysmic events have occurred, the asteroid which put an end to the rule of the dinosaurs, or the great flood.
 The great flood written about in almost every culture and new research shows that the event actually took  place almost, spelling the end of human civilization tens of thousands of years ago.
Then becoming a legend included some of mankind’s earliest writings.
Today an Apocalypse is a very real possibility.
Advancements made in science have made the threat of annihilation by our own hand something we must aware of.
But if less and less people are looking to religion for warning signs where else should we look? 
Well maybe to the stars.
Could Aliens (specifically extinct aliens) Help Save Humanity?


There is a saying that has been heard and repeated by many “those that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it”
Are we ignoring history?
Are we missing a warning signs from the cosmos?
Is there an extinct alien civilization that we should be learning from?
Let’s try and answer these questions.
The human race is heading down a path of self-destruction. We seem to slowly be waking up to the fact that we are in a precarious time of history we have built weapons which are capable of destroying the Earth many times over and the issue of climate change and environmental pollution loom large in today’s social consciousness.
We are well aware of the fate we are making for ourselves.
Maybe if we look to the stars we can see the same thing happening in the past with an alien civilization?
The chair of Harvard's astronomy department Avi Loeb says this is a strong possibility and would go some way to explaining why (as far as is admitted ) we have had no contact with an extraterrestrial race.
This theory falling in line with the ideas that have been published by Fermi and his paradox that asks  why there is an apparent contradiction between the lack of evidence for and various high probability estimates of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations elsewhere in the Milky Way galaxy.

Loeb commented on this saying
"One possibility is that these civilizations, based on the way we behave, are short-lived. They think short term, and they produce self-inflicted wounds that eventually kill them."
For this reason we should really be focusing more effort on locating any artifacts that may have been left behind by such an alien civilization. This could be planets with signs of nuclear conflict in the atmosphere or worlds which appear to have been through rapid climate changes.
If we were to locate a planet that showed us the possible outcome of our own civilizations deeds it may well be enough to shock humanity into thinking more about its actions on a planetary scale.
Who knows it may even put an end to war?
Or maybe that is hoping for a little too much!!
Loeb went on to say
"The idea is we may learn something in the process, we may learn to better behave with each other, not to initiate a nuclear war, or to monitor our planet and make sure that it's habitable for as long as we can make it habitable."
We must also keep in mind that we may find an extraterrestrial race that has been though the same such dangerous times and that they could possibly help us. They may possess technologies that would help us overcome the barriers we face today.
Some say that this event has happened and that this technology is being suppressed, this is something I will look into in the next video. So don’t forget to hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss it.
Loeb then went on saying
"Our technology is only a century old, but if another civilization had a billion years to develop space travel, they may teach us how to do it."
Loeb who is working on a project to develop technologies that could help us travel the stars said
"My hope is that finding dead civilizations will inspire us to behave better and get our act together, And another hope that I have is that, once we exit from the solar system, we will receive a message back: 'Welcome to the interstellar club.' And we will figure out that there's a lot of traffic out there that we were not aware of."
He THEN suggested that the Oumuamua object (MY VIDEO ON THIS OBEJECT IS LINKED ABOVE) that was much reported was a form of alien craft that we were unable to identify.
If we too head off into the depths of space we may come across much more traffic than we expected, this contact is something we should be prepared for.
We may need to consider how we would be viewed by these other space faring races, would we want to present ourselves as a race who are trying to flee the mistakes of the past, sacrificing our home world and searching for another planet to mess up.
My thoughts are that any advanced alien race would not be to welcoming to an alien group with such an agenda, after all we often see the shoe being on the other foot in movies when the earth is invaded by extraterrestrials.
Another possibility is that our actions could change the planet to a place which would be more suited to alien life. Imagine if you will, that the temperature of the planet continues to rise. This may make the planet more inviting to a species of extraterrestrial. This species then choosing to eliminate the human infestation and move in.
But let’s not drift into too much conjecture.
There are those that say we may not even need to worry, this because the visitors are already here with the purpose of saving the planet and in turn humanity.
 Allies of Humanity a book by MARSHALL VIAN SUMMERS.
Outlines the agenda of the extraterrestrials and says that they want to protect this world.
The book reads
“You may well ask at the outset, “Why is our world being visited? Why is there an Intervention?” There are several answers to this fundamental question, some of which are very obvious, and some of which are not.

Obviously, this is a beautiful world with great biological diversity. It is a world that has not been destroyed through exploitation, though it is in danger of being so. It is a world that contains immense biological resources, life-giving resources, resources that are rare and difficult to find in a Greater Community of barren worlds. You, of course, do not yet realize the value of your own world.
 Having never lived abroad, you cannot yet appreciate the marvel of the world that you live in and why it is so valuable to others. But consider this: You live in a world with a remarkably temperate environment and tremendous biological beauty and diversity. You live in a world that has enormous water resources. You live in a world that has large tracts of habitable land for those races that can breathe your atmosphere. You have a world now that has a human presence and infrastructure that can be incorporated into foreign technologies.
You have a race of people who are intelligent, although superstitious and ignorant of life in the universe, thus making them malleable and susceptible to persuasion and inducement. You have a virtual paradise. This is how your world is perceived.

Why are Aliens here?
Your world is like a prize.When we first came to your world and observed it from a close proximity, we were amazed. It is far more beautiful and rich than we had imagined. Though we have never been on the surface of your world, we can see even from our vantage point what a glorious place it must be. We have seen interventions such as the one occurring in your world happening in worlds of far less value and merit.
So, certainly your world is like a prize. The question is whether you will defend it and protect it and maintain it. If you do not, others will surely take it from you. Have you not already seen this in the history of your own world when tribes and indigenous peoples were overcome by foreign powers seeking advantage, and how the great wealth that these indigenous peoples possessed, even unknown to them, made their land and their world so valuable to others?
Have you not seen this?
Has this not been demonstrated in your world countless times?
It is being so demonstrated even at this moment.”
Do you agree with what was said in this book or do you think that we need to head out into space?
Is humanity doomed to extinction or will make it passes the great filter?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.


1 comment:

  1. Having research thoroughly the science of climate change, I have come to the conclusion that the damage humans have inflicted on the environment is irreversible and global food shortages are not far away.

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