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Why 'Disclosure' Probably Won't Happen

From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 12:20:16 +0100
Archived: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 07:57:17 -0400
Subject: Why 'Disclosure' Probably Won't Happen

Hello List,

A recent news article is on "The Best Way to Find Aliens: Look
for Their Solar Power Plants" at:


and it mentions the Kardashev Scale of civilizations. See:


Which in turn reminded me that although "this classification
ignores any predictions concerning the detailed nature of future
civilizations (which are bound to be wrong) and instead focuses
on aspects that can be reasonably understood by the laws of
physics, such as energy supply" - there's a probable trait of
_all_ successful inter-species/inter-stellar civilizations which
is bound to impinge on the central claim made by the Disclosure
Project. I.e. that our civilization is 'ready' for disclosure
and wouldn't be affected by it.

Wrong! IMHO If, as expected, interspecies civilizations are
forced to value literal truth and abandon fiction/lies/
deceptions of all kinds in order to prevent lethal interspecies
misunderstandings - then the people most affected on Earth will
be those presently holding most power. That is, the politicians,
lawyers, priests, corporate advertizers etc, whose trades depend
on fictions of all kinds.

And, if you pursue the logic of that imperative, even police and
military forces would be verboten: see:


So maybe don't expect 'Disclosure' anytime soon, seems we have a
lot of growing-up to do first.


Ray D

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