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EXOPOLITICS: GOVERNMENT, POLITICS AND LAW IN THE UNIVERSE|
Posted on Saturday, April 05, 2008 @ 14:08:46 GMT by vlad
EXOPOLITICS: GOVERNMENT, POLITICS AND LAW IN THE UNIVERSE
Exopolitics is the evolution of Alfred Lambremont Webre’s
groundbreaking work as a futurist at the Stanford Research Institute,
where in 1977 he directed a proposed extraterrestrial communication
study project for the Carter White House. This project was initiated
because Carter had seen a UFO in 1969 and was interested in the
subject, as are millions of others today.
It may turn the dominant view of our Universe upside down. It reveals
that we live on an isolated planet in the midst of a populated,
evolving, and highly organized inter-planetary, inter-galactic, and
multi-dimensional Universe society. It explores why Earth seems to have
been quarantined for eons from a more evolved Universe society. It
suggests specific steps to end our isolation, by reaching out to the
technologically and spiritually advanced civilizations that are
engaging our world at this unique time in human history.
A growing number of mainstream scientists are concluding that
civilization – as we know it – may be extinct by the end of this
century because of probable ecological catastrophes caused by climate
change. To survive, we must transform the permanent warfare economy
into a sustainable, cooperative Space Age society, release our
addiction to fossil fuels, and move toward new, clean, renewable energy
sources. An exopolitical approach to these challenges may well provide
us with ecologically sound, life-saving solutions – a legacy of hope
for our children and all future human generations.
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|Paradigm Research Group - X-Conference 2008 (Score: 1)|
by vlad on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 @ 20:55:00 GMT
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[server1.streamsend.com] [server1.streamsend.com]The April 18-20 conference program is set:
Keynotes: Dr. Edgar Mitchell (main), Paul Hellyer (short),
George Noory (short)
Speakers: Dr. Jesse Marcel; Dr. Tom Valone; Dr.
John Alexander (Aviary); Dr. Bruce Maccabee (Aviary); Dr. C. B. "Scott' Jones
(Aviary); Angelia Joiner; Robert Emenegger; Stephen Bassett; Grant Cameron;
Richard Dolan; Victor Viggiani; Mike Bird; Rob Simone; and Terry Hansen.
Special Guests: Joseph Buchman (Utah 1st Congressional
District candidate), Connie Fogal (Leader of the Canadian Action
Artists: D. J. Bachman, Sonny Hale, Mark
Medford [server1.streamsend.com], Betty
Plummer [server1.streamsend.com] and Melissa
Documentaries: Touched [server1.streamsend.com]
(Laurel Chiten), Odyssey [server1.streamsend.com]
(Joyce Libutti), The
Phoenix Lights [server1.streamsend.com] (Dr. Lynne Kitei), Staya
Erusa [server1.streamsend.com] (Uri Geller, et al.)
Press Conference: Monday, 10 am,
April 21, National Press Club, Lisagor Room, 13th Floor, 14th and F Streets, NW,
Washington, DC. Public welcome.
at the X-Conference
There will be ample table space at the
X-Conference for brochures and flyers. If you have some materials you would
like set out, please mail them ASAP to: PRG, 4938 Hampden Lane, #161,
Bethesda, MD 20814
[server1.streamsend.com] [server1.streamsend.com]The EWN is ready to formally launch. The announcement will be made at
the April 21 NPC press conference. There are twelve active country sites with
three pending. Webmasters, preferably in country, are being sought for the
following nations: Argentina, Brazil, People's Republic of China, Egypt,
Greece, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway,
Poland, Portugal, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan and Ukraine. The goal is to
have 30 sites in the Network by the end of 2008.
The EWN is a group of
sites, one per country, which focus on networking and covering exopolitical
developments in that country.
[server1.streamsend.com] [server1.streamsend.com]Gaithersburg, MD - April 18-20
Bordentown, NJ - May 3-4
- June 3-6
Montreal, Canada - July
Paradigm Research Group
4938 Hampden Lane, #161, Bethesda, MD
|Re: EXOPOLITICS: GOVERNMENT, POLITICS AND LAW IN THE UNIVERSE (Score: 1)|
by malc on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 @ 00:33:35 GMT
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|There is no doubt we are heading for a meltdown in society. Either that or the powers that be have the solution already but are just holding on to it until the last minute. There is no way in hell that the worlds two main resources oil and water can supply the demands of the over consuming west and the likes of India and China rapidly matching the same consumption.|
Within the next 10 years there will definitely be shortages of oil, water and food. Increased prices will stave off war for a while whilst poor nations starve. It's already happening!
|Why the demise of civilisation may be inevitable (Score: 1)|
by yru4 on Saturday, April 05, 2008 @ 21:14:24 GMT
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|02 April 2008/ by Debora MacKenzie/ Magazine issue 2650
DOOMSDAY. The end of civilisation. Literature and film [en.wikipedia.org]
abound with tales of plague, famine and wars which ravage the planet,
leaving a few survivors scratching out a primitive existence amid the
ruins. Every civilisation in history has collapsed, after all. Why
should ours be any different?
Doomsday scenarios typically feature a knockout blow: a massive asteroid, all-out nuclear war or a catastrophic pandemic (see "The end of civilisation") [www.newscientist.com].
Yet there is another chilling possibility: what if the very nature of
civilisation means that ours, like all the others, is destined to
collapse sooner or later?
A few researchers have been making
such claims for years. Disturbingly, recent insights from fields such
as complexity theory suggest that they are right. It appears that once
a society develops beyond a certain level of complexity it becomes
increasingly fragile. Eventually, it reaches a point at which even a
relatively minor ...
Full article: (needs subscription) [www.newscientist.com]