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It is fact that the next step for the survival of a species trying to navigate the Uranium Age (after creating nuclear weapons) is to create a world government, effectively ending all possibility of nuclear war on the home planet (which would be an extinction event). Perhaps a world government IS beyond the capability of humans. If this is the case then humans are not meant to navigate the Uranium Age and will take the same path of self destruction that so many species have done and will do in our Universe.

Sam Mason, Facebook.com ("There is no 9/11 conspiracy you morons" group) 14 Comments [8/24/2008 9:11:49 PM]
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Submitted By: BenGhurk
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And, nevertheless, humankind has created the concept of government after a trial-n-error process which has taken thousands years all by themselves. But, anyway, everything is possible, apparently.

8/25/2008 11:15:46 AM



That doesn't sound like a conspiracy to me. Its just philosophical talk. "It is fact" is a little strong, but they are basically just saying that the human race is at a point where it can either destroy itself if its not capable or come together if it is, which I can understand. They don't mention aliens or anyone else non-human being involved, just that we might not be capable of avoiding extinction.
Conspiracy nuts are usually panicking about a world government ran by aliens, not pointing out the merits of a world government ran by normal people.

8/25/2008 12:23:00 PM

aaa

I do like the idea of one world government.

8/25/2008 12:29:22 PM

Apostle

@ aaa : I don't,but I will defend you're right to say that.

Hehehe,I couldn't resist the urge :)

8/25/2008 12:55:14 PM

Son of a Nonymous

This isn't a conspiracy theorist at all. He isn't saying there is some secret world government oppressing the people, he's saying that a world government might be a good idea.

8/25/2008 4:03:58 PM

Bored One-time Poster

Meh, it actually makes sense.

8/25/2008 5:54:13 PM



Where is the conspiracy theory in this?

8/25/2008 6:58:04 PM

Old Viking

Sound enough, although he seems to think extinction of our species would be a bad thing.

8/26/2008 12:46:27 AM

Jay-Sus

It makes sense. It must be a conspiracy.

8/26/2008 2:18:41 AM

Doctor Fishcake

Not CT but...how in the hell do you get from Kean Report skepticism to this?

8/26/2008 9:46:26 AM

Esjeur

The Watchmen is not a historical document.

8/27/2008 3:48:33 PM

vampirehummingbird

"If this is the case then humans are not meant to navigate the Uranium Age and will take the same path of self destruction that so many species have done and will do in our Universe."

Please list those other species.

9/1/2008 12:23:05 AM

Flah

Aside from some unusual terminology and perhaps a little bit of wild speculation about extraterrestrials (which says nothing about them visiting Earth, thankfully), this sounds well thought out and makes sense. Heck, even the talk about the alien races looks like it's firmly based in the Drake Equation and Carl Sagan's theories.

This doesn't belong in CSTDT, in my opinion.

6/12/2010 10:08:08 AM

SeekerLancer

He certainly likes saying "navigate the uranium age." He must have heard it on some zany documentary and thought it was the bee's-knees.

6/24/2010 12:24:07 PM
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