The Corruption of Science in America

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Sep 13, 2011
 
Bad Weather & Fires We are NOT Alone

Last year, more than 2m sq km of eastern Europe and Russia scorched. An extra 50,000 people died as temperatures stayed more than 6C above normal for many weeks, crops were devastated and hunderds of giant wild fires broke out. The price of wheat and other foods rose as two thirds of the continent experienced its hottest summer in around 500 years.

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Sep 13, 2011
 
Food for the Moon".

Food for the Moon (And Other Charged Cometary Bodies)

I want to mention some classic text from P.D. Ouspensky's book In Search of the Miraculous where he quotes the mystic and spiritual teacher George Ivanovich Gurdjieff in a talk given in Moscow almost a century ago. Gurdjieff, as some know, was a man who possessed a great deal of knowledge in esoteric matters, although it is unclear exactly where he received his knowledge. Those who have taken the time to study Gurdjieff know that he was dead-on with his descriptions of psychology and psychological development. Modern psychology and neuroscience are just starting to catch up with him in many ways.

Gurdjieff also made a lot of interesting remarks about the sciences and man's place in the Universe. One of his most cryptic remarks revolves around Man's relationship to the Moon. He stated flat-out that we are "food for the Moon". Many believe this phrase holds some deep esoteric meaning -- and it very well might -- but there might be a 'plain sight' scientific basis for it as well. Gurdjieff also made some other interesting comments about the Moon which fit closely with what McCanney says. In talking about the possible energy exchanges between the Earth and the Moon, Gurdjieff states:

This energy is collected and preserved in a huge accumulator situated on the earth's surface. This accumulator is organic life on earth. Organic life on earth feeds the moon. Everything living on the earth, people, animals, plants, is food for the moon. The moon is a huge living being feeding upon all that lives and grows on the earth. The moon could not exist without organic life on earth, any more than organic life on earth could exist without the moon. Moreover, in relation to organic life, the moon is a huge electromagnet. If the action of the electromagnet were suddenly to stop, organic life would crumble to nothing.

What he says here makes sense if we consider that the Moon may be necessary for sustaining the Earth's broad magnetic field which protects Man and all other creatures from cosmic radiation. How could organic life on the surface of the Earth survive without such an ideal magnetic environment? It couldn't -- at least not on the surface. And if what McCanney theorizes is true, then the Moon is an indispensable part of the Earth's unique magnetic environment. Also, Gurdjieff mentions that the moon is a "huge electromagnet" in relation to life on Earth. Keep in mind that Gurdjieff made this statement in the very early 1900's before there was any knowledge of electric effects in the solar system and the planets. Gurdjieff was certainly ahead of his time it seems.
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i thought this was going to be another casey anthony thread.

the corrupt phantom stickers and dowser vass's chloroform theories should be laughed right out of the american justice system.

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reflective days wrote:
i thought this was going to be another casey anthony thread.
the corrupt phantom stickers and dowser vass's chloroform theories should be laughed right out of the american justice system.
No, this thread is actually about something relevant in the world.

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What Are We Doing wrote:
<quoted text>Al Gore told the truth about Global Warming. George Bush said Gore was crazy. The planet is in trouble. I myself have said this for many years. I wish I could push a button and stop all the wars and killngs and work together to save what we have before it's to late. We talk about clean air while other countries like China pollute the globe. Lets all take a deep breath and change the way we do business. Some of the biggest waste of time in our Government everyday fighting with each other.After a president is elected in America the politicians start campaigning again for the next election. This will never move America forward.
Al did tell the truth but it got him nowhere. When politicians quit blaming sides and start to take action aggressively to work with other countries to slow global warming life on this planet may have a chance. Because, it's us who are endangered, not the planet. This planet has already gone through at least four extinction level events.

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Taste of dixie wrote:
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Al did tell the truth but it got him nowhere. When politicians quit blaming sides and start to take action aggressively to work with other countries to slow global warming life on this planet may have a chance. Because, it's us who are endangered, not the planet. This planet has already gone through at least four extinction level events.
Dix, humans are not responsible for climate change. We will not persish as a species due to vagaries in global conditions. Our society may fall, we may wind up in animal skins and caves, but humans succeed because we are the most adaptable due to our ability of higher thought. The planet has been here for billions of years, and life will continue- save for a planet-killing meteor strike. And remember, even the last purported strike of that magnitude did NOT wipe out the mammals. In fact, they flourished BECAUSE of it.
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Why are there all the post-apocalyptic movies and games to play on a variety of game consoles? Are they trying to condition and prepare us for such a possibility?

If you have experienced Hurricane Ike where there was a raging storm following by two weeks of power outages, lack of gas, lack of food, and at some point even lack of water, you might have had a little fear. I still have a tendency to stockpile water and food. If you leave, you have to worry about looting, burglary and not being able to return home. It's a lose-lose situation.

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