Cris Putnam Reviews “Sirius” Documentary And Finds New Agers Lining Up To Participate In Great Deception
After building tension over the mini-ET the entire film, the anticlimax occurs with Dr. Gary Nolan admiting, “The DNA tells the story and we have the computational techniques that allows us to determine, in very short order, whether, in fact, this is human,” also stating, “I can say with absolute certainty that it is not a monkey. It is human — closer to human than chimpanzees.” In fact this human corpse is not new, it has been circulated in UFO circles for ten years, and has long been identified as a mummified human fetus by medical experts. The film’s promotional efforts featuring this human fetus were not only disingenuous they were macabre. One marvels at why it has never occurred to Greer that if he is correct and CE-5 works, then why haven’t the benevolent ETs simply given him the clean energy technology? Seriously, he has been out in the desert channeling them for years. Why does the evil MIC have exclusive access to the clean energy. Why can’t Greer and the CSETI faithful just ask the ETs for it? The roaring silence to this question is suggestive. In the end, the movie confirms the eschatological thesis presented in Exo-Vaticana in stunningly precise language by encouraging the viewer to participate by “joining consciousness to unite with the beings that are prepared to communicate with us. In order to succeed in this endeavor called life we must come together as one.” This is one situation where I take no joy in being correct, the push toward the Omega Point is on.
Anthropologists Developing Thought Experiments On How To Approach Aliens Once They Park In Earth’s Orbit
It happens all the time in science fiction stories: aliens park their vessels in Earth orbit, and things go pear-shaped. But what if this scenario unfolded in real life? What would be the best thing for us to do? We asked several anthropologists the best way to go about communicating with truly unknown life forms. For this thought experiment, you have to imagine a ship has parked in orbit, but has not shown any signs of hostility. It’s just sitting there. So what do we do next? More importantly, what would be an ideal, ethical response, rather the fist-in-tentacles response Will Smith made famous in Independence Day? This very question has been a topic at the annual CONTACT conference for.
We simply have no idea how different they’d really be. Probably different in ways we couldn’t imagine. I remember hearing [linguist Noam] Chomsky remark once that maybe one day we’ll be able to see all human languages as dialects of a single language, and at first that seemed absurd, and then I thought, well, anyone who speaks Chinese can learn Quechua and vice versa, but look at dolphins – they seem to have some kind of language but despite 50 years of study we haven’t even been able to figure out the units. And they’re at least on the same planet. Who even knows what alien forms of communication might consist of? For all we know there are aliens monitoring us now but have made no contact because they’re similarly unable to figure out our language. So I’d imagine that we’d probably have to just hope they’re way smarter than we are, at least in this capacity, and would kick things off themselves.