Perfect Example of Billy Meier Beating Scientists by 31 years

April 26, 2018

You either know Billy Meier has been proven to be the prophet of the new time, or you haven’t done the basic research.  Here we have a perfect example of Billy Meier beating the scientists to a “discovery” more than 30 years prior.  There are over 200 examples of these corroborations, but here again is another nail in the coffin to add to the hundreds, or thousands of other nails…

Today, USA Today publishes, ”

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/04/25/giant-ground-sloths-ancient-human-hunting/549810002/

However, Billy had a conversation with Quetzal in 1987, which describes this exact scenario.

http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/Contact_Report_215

In lines 63 to 66.  We didn’t even have this in English until 8 years ago…

 

He could almost sue for plagiarism, the stories are so similar…

Now you have to ask yourself,

“Why don’t I know that Billy Meier has more than 200 of these documented examples?”

“Why doesn’t Billy Meier get any mentions in these discoveries?”

“How many proofs do I need to be convinced he has always been telling the truth?”

“What things has he spoken about that are yet to come to pass?”

 

 

#BEAM #BEAMOFLIGHT

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I usually don’t post UFO videos, but this one is near…

April 25, 2018

These two different colored UFOs seem to be interacting.  Not far from you know where- the horseshoe hill –

Third Ruin Chemist – Ditch Hermit Ruins – Minced Irish Truth – This Mirth Inducer

SpaceX space port coming to L.A.?

April 19, 2018

Los Angeles port commission approves SpaceX rocket facility

bfr at sea

April 19, 2018

Los Angeles harbor commissioners have approved a permit for Space Exploration Technologies to build a facility on 19 acres of port land to manufacture a Mars rocket that will be so big it will require an oceangoing barge for transport to launch sites.

SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the rocket will serve a wide range of missions including going to Mars.

The permit approved Thursday has an initial 10-year term with two 10-year options to extend.

SpaceX will receive credits that offset the approximately $1.38 million in annual rent in exchange for improvements it makes, including construction of a huge hangar-style building. Overall credits are capped at $44 million.

The deal is expected to be reviewed by the City Council.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-04-los-angeles-port-commission-spacex.html#jCp

 

 

 

Cluster PLCK G308.3-20.2. Enjoy.

April 14, 2018

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NASA/ESA Hubble

Watch the Water

April 10, 2018

“A large part of the freshwater ecosystems is potentially endangered by the high concentration of pharmaceuticals,”

A large number of drugs found in the environment—analgesics, antibiotics, anti-platelet agents, hormones, psychiatric drugs, anti-histamines—have been detected in nature at levels dangerous for wildlife.

Endocrine disruptors, for examples, have notoriously induced sex changes in fish and amphibians.

In other research presented at the conference, scientists found that the rapid expansion of sewage systems in large urban areas has sharply increased river pollution, because much of the effluence is not adequately treated.

“In 2000, sewage was a source of pollution in about 50 percent of the rivers in the world,” said Maryna Strokal, a scientist at Wageningen University & Research, in the Netherlands.

“By 2010, sewage was a source of pollution in almost all rivers worldwide.”

Antibiotics and chemicals waste is also driving the evolution of drug-resistant bacteria, UN Environment warned in a study in December.

Between 70 and 80 percent of all antibiotics consumed by humans and farm animals—totalling thousands of tonnes—find their way into natural environments, the UN agency said in a report.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-04-rivers-worldwide-threatened-pharma.html#jCp

Rocket Lab Going Commercial

April 7, 2018

A file photo of the maiden flight of the electron rocket in May 2017. While that mission did not see the vehicle achieve orbit, the second flight in January 2018, dubbed “Still Testing,” did. The third flight, “It’s Business Time,” will be the first fully-commercial mission for the rocket. Photo Credit: Rocket Lab Rocket Lab…

via ‘It’s Business Time’: Rocket Lab sets April 20 for next Electron launch — SpaceFlight Insider

Turn off the News

April 3, 2018

The Population Bomb Revisited (8.85 billion)

March 25, 2018

see also: https://gregdougall.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/gott-on-overpopulation/

see also: https://ca.figu.org/overpopulation-statistics.html

Paul Ehrlich: “Collapse Of Civilisation Is A Near Certainty Within Decades”

Authored by Damian Carrington via The Guardian, edits in brackets

Fifty years after the publication of his controversial book The Population Bomb, biologist Paul Ehrlich warns overpopulation and overconsumption are driving us over the edge…

A shattering collapse of civilisation is a “near certainty” in the next few decades due to humanity’s continuing destruction of the natural world that sustains all life on Earth, according to biologist Prof Paul Ehrlich.

In May, it will be 50 years since the eminent biologist published his most famous and controversial book, The Population Bomb. But Ehrlich remains as outspoken as ever.

The world’s optimum population is less than [530 million people – 8.3 billion] fewer than on the planet today, he argues, and there is an increasing toxification of the entire planet by synthetic chemicals that may be more dangerous to people and wildlife than climate change.

Ehrlich also says an unprecedented redistribution of wealth is needed to end the over-consumption of resources, but “the rich who now run the global system – that hold the annual ‘world destroyer’ meetings in Davos – are unlikely to let it happen”.

 

The Population Bomb, written with his wife Anne Ehrlich in 1968, predicted “hundreds of millions of people are going to starve to death” in the 1970s – a fate that was avoided by the green revolution in intensive agriculture.

Many details and timings of events were wrong, Paul Ehrlich acknowledges today, but he says the book was correct overall.

“Population growth, along with over-consumption per capita, is driving civilisation over the edge: billions of people are now hungry or micronutrient malnourished, and climate disruption is killing people.”

Ehrlich has been at Stanford University since 1959 and is also president of the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere, which works “to reduce the threat of a shattering collapse of civilisation”.

“It is a near certainty in the next few decades, and the risk is increasing continually as long as perpetual growth of the human enterprise remains the goal of economic and political systems,” he says. “As I’ve said many times, ‘perpetual growth is the creed of the cancer cell’.”

It is the combination of high population and high consumption by the rich that is destroying the natural world, he says. Research published by Ehrlich and colleagues in 2017 concluded that this is driving a sixth mass extinction of biodiversity, upon which civilisation depends for clean air, water and food.

 

 

High consumption by the rich is destroying the natural world, says Ehrlich. Photograph: Paulo Whitaker/Reuters

The solutions are tough, he says.

“To start, make modern contraception and back-up abortion available to all and give women full equal rights, pay and opportunities with men.

“I hope that would lead to a low enough total fertility rate that the needed shrinkage of population would follow. [But] it will take a very long time to humanely reduce total population to a size that is sustainable.”

 

He estimates an optimum global population size at roughly 1.5 to two billion,

But the longer humanity pursues business as usual, the smaller the sustainable society is likely to prove to be. We’re continuously harvesting the low-hanging fruit, for example by driving fisheries stocks to extinction.”

Ehrlich is also concerned about chemical pollution, which has already reached the most remote corners of the globe.

“The evidence we have is that toxics reduce the intelligence of children, and members of the first heavily influenced generation are now adults.”

He treats this risk with characteristic dark humour:

“The first empirical evidence we are dumbing down Homo sapiens were the Republican debates in the US 2016 presidential elections – and the resultant kakistocracy. On the other hand, toxification may solve the population problem, since sperm counts are plunging.”

 

Reflecting five decades after the publication of The Population Bomb (which he wanted to be titled Population, Resources, and Environment), he says: “No scientist would hold exactly the same views after a half century of further experience, but Anne and I are still proud of our book.” It helped start a worldwide debate on the impact of rising population that continues today, he says.

The book’s strength, Ehrlich says, is that it was short, direct and basically correct. “Its weaknesses were not enough on overconsumption and equity issues. It needed more on women’s rights, and explicit countering of racism – which I’ve spent much of my career and activism trying to counter.

“Too many rich people in the world is a major threat to the human future, and cultural and genetic diversity are great human resources.”

Accusations that the book lent support to racist attitudes to population controlstill hurt today, Ehrlich says. “Having been a co-inventor of the sit-in to desegregate restaurants in Lawrence, Kansas in the 1950s and having published books and articles on the biological ridiculousness of racism, those accusations continue to annoy me.”

But, he says: “You can’t let the possibility that ignorant people will interpret your ideas as racist keep you from discussing critical issues honestly.”

More of Paul and Anne Ehrlich’s reflections on their book are published in The Population Bomb Revisited.

 

Age Old Wise Advice

March 24, 2018

Human being of the Earth, I wish for you that you follow the age-old wise advice which are given to you in order to be progressive in your spirit and consciousness as well as in your entire life:

• Be wary of speaking a lot when you are amongst many human beings.

• Always only speak a lot where you are asked to do so in order to explain the sensible, important and progressive.

• Always be modest in all things, both in your thoughts and feelings and whatever you do and speak of.

• Always speak the truth and affirm only that which you know for sure.

• Always be tolerant and not criticising in all things.

• If you have good thoughts and feelings, then put them into practice in order to let something valuable ensue from them.

• If you receive good impulses and ideas, then use them in order to make something noble and precious out of them.

• When you encounter things that you or others care little or nothing at all about, then do not tenaciously strive to make them pleasing to you or others.

• If you encounter things which are pleasing to you or others, then endeavour extensively to make them more acceptable to you or others.

• When you have discussions and conversations, do not speak of banal things, but rather of useful and valueful things.

• Avoid unnecessary or foul words during conversations and avoid terrible or even slanderous defamation.

• Whatever you say or tell, do not exaggerate and do not raise yourself in a praising wise but rather always remain simple and moderate.

• Always pay attention to the moods and morals of your fellow human beings with whom you surround yourself or have a special association, and direct yourself rationally, correctly and in a straightforward form towards them.

• When you have no rational reason, then make no excuse – only excuse yourself when it is appropriate in a rational and correct wise.

• Be careful not to speak when you are not asked for your opinion.

• Never interfere in other people’s conflicts and disputes when you are not asked for advice or mediation by your counter-parties or when the self-defence is required to protect a life.

• Always be undemanding and do not demand for things which are not entitled to you.

• Always be unobtrusive and do not impose your opinion on anyone.

• With your thinking and your feelings as well as your deeds, always keep the creational-natural laws and recommendations in mind in order to direct everything according to them.

• Keep your tongue under control and speak of no evil about anyone when it does not correspond to the right- ness; but even then, if it is the truth, it is better that you keep silent.

• If you notice errors that you have committed, then seek to eradicate them with all rationality and with all the possibilities at your utilisation.

• Do not hold onto to the errors of others, but rather look for your own and resolve them.

• Never value yourself greater than you really are, and never regard yourself to be something special in the sense of being higher-exalted over others, because as human beings, all are of equal value.

• Always see – in all life, in all life forms as well as in all created and existing things – the true love and the wisdom.

Written by BEAM

Translated by Jimmy Chen

 

 

More PROVEN human destruction of nature

March 13, 2018

Poaching and habitat loss have reduced forest elephant populations in Central Africa by 63 percent since 2001.

This widespread killing poses dire consequences not only for the species itself but also for the region’s forests, a new Duke University study finds.

“Without intervention to stop poaching, as much as 96 percent of Central Africa’s forests will undergo major changes in tree-species composition and structure as local populations of are extirpated and surviving populations are crowded into ever-smaller remnants,” said John Poulsen, assistant professor of tropical ecology at Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-elephant-declines-imperil-africa-forests.html#jCp

Cattle ranching, agriculture and other human activities are breaking up Costa Rican forests into isolated patchy fragments, but causing more problems for native plant populations than for monkey species sharing the same habitat.

A study published in the journal Primates shows that while plants growing near the edges of cleared regions are negatively impacted by human activity, sharing the same habitat do not fare as poorly.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-faring-worse-monkeys-increasingly-patchy.html#jCp

Human encroachment is the leading cause of death among Ontario’s at-risk birds of prey, according to a first-ever University of Guelph study.

“The most common cause of was from trauma, which often included colliding with a vehicle or flying into stationary objects, such as buildings,” said Nemeth. “The second most common cause was emaciation, which often occurs when the landscape changes in a way that hinders them from successfully hunting and finding shelter.”

This was the first study to examine the most common causes of death in raptors in Ontario.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-humans-majority-raptor-deaths-ontario.html#jCp