Post by Walking Owl on Nov 17, 2013 11:04:25 GMT -5
The mission of the 2045 initiative is the creation and realization of a new strategy for the development of humanity.
Remember when specie, yes even us, would evolve in response to prevailing conditions and the mystical union of genes? Well apparently we are not shaping up as quickly or as sophisticated enough for at least one group of "thinkers."
Given their preference... the messy business of being a biological life-form is far from satisfactory and we need to be "developed" away from that unpredictable state apparently. They may be having control issues with us, or anticipate foolish resistance?
I don't know anyone off hand personally... who wishes to be developed into something other than a regular human individual
This makes me wonder who and what these "developer" folk are?
What is there driving motivation and should they really be in charge of steering our next iteration when I see no urgent call to be morphed into techno-critters from the general population, who are probably albeit unwittingly, footing the bill for this... if not directly then indirectly.
Sadly, most of the general population are unaware of these curve pushers, until a law comes down making you adopt the position.
Back to GMOs, though, they are a perfect modus for agendas which have been previously discussed on this forum.
Scientific studies are tying gut health to overall health. Gut health is actually tied to immune system condition. The perfect storm of pesticide soup which forms in the gut from eating GMO corn will cause body-wide problems and not just a tummy ache.
From Dr. Leo Galland:
"ABSTRACT: With the advent of biochemical and microbial stool analysis panels, an increasing number of physicians are seeking a clearer understanding of the relationship between the ecology of the digestive tract and local and systemic factors affecting health and disease. Dysbiosis is a state of living with intestinal flora that has harmful effects. It can be described as being due to either putrefaction, fermentation, deficiency, or sensitization. A number of inflammatory diseases within the bowel or involving skin and connective tissue have been reported in association with dysbiosis. This article details the relationships, causes and treatment options for dysbiotic related conditions."
Post by Walking Owl on Nov 18, 2013 22:51:02 GMT -5
Biological life is both extraordinarily tough and exceedingly fragile. Through the ages it has proven resilient to a wide variety of conditions our planet has gone through. At the individual level survival is a product of luck and providence, at a higher level diversity and adaptation seems to have kept the flame alight.
I suppose if you are an advocate of extreme environmental meddling/ruination aka the industrial military complex or corporate manufacturing - both of which only survive in a climate of effluent spewing with deadly consequence, the obvious sustainability factor is represented by impervious beings, i.e ones that are not biological. This suggests of course that future mobile entities would need to be de-lifed, in order to survive the "progress" play box.
The alternative of course would be to abandon reckless, wanton and intrinsically deadly activity allowing natural lifeforms to prosper.
This option seems to be beyond the comprehension of the perpetrators and since they currently wield the bludgeon of power and influence are bound to continue their irresponsible course. Life it seems is regarded as a nuisance factor, something to be relegated and sidelined or even toasted off, rather than have it impede agendas.
The wild card of course is nature herself, who with regularity plows under the topsoil and paves the way for another spring... on the cosmic scale of course. I can well imagine that a sudden collapse of what we think of as stable infrastructure would rent all the well laid plans of the self-anointed power mongers into meaningless tatters and remind them swiftly what they are... insignificant although self-delusional micro-dolts.
Life seems to be an anomaly in the business of universes and somehow I think remarkably precious - I am doubtful that sustainability of life centers such as Earth is left to chance, I imagine the universal laws of equilibrium and balance pay no homage to happenstance.
I can also imagine we have been at this point before... and eventually will be again. Cycles are like that... cyclic. :-)
In the meantime... I suppose an individual is supposed to enjoy the ride making the best of the gift...