The Buddhist Brian Moore responded to my comments in yesterday's Is the crossing over of Jim Hendrick in Key West a latter day version of the parable of the man whose sight was restored by Jesus? post at this blog, which opened a few more doors:
The future of the world hang’s in the balance of current choices where we stand on nuclear power and nuclear weapons. Despite the assurance of many governments that they are disarming and are more carefully processing the development of nuclear power- all that I can say is that is typical government smokescreen.
I have seen visions and I have done research into how the Russians are handling their current nuclear crisis. It is a wake-up call to mankind. Stop nuclear power, stop it now. Stop nuclear weapons, stop them now. The reality is that the situation in Russia is much worse than they are letting on. Look at the use and availability of industrial chemicals and reagents used in the abatement and treatment of nuclear exposures in the environment. That is empirical proof if you do not believe in the spiritual.
If mankind continues as they are this is what they face: one day, someone becomes too comfortable and a reactor overheats, fission becomes out of control, and the reactor enters into the melt down. We know from Chernobyl that the best outcome is you create radioactive lava and you have to install a heat exchanger system that is expensive beyond belief. But in the case of this reactor in the future, we don't react quickly enough. We don't have the hard laborers to dig the tunnels, we don't have the brain trust available to manage the crisis. This reactor will be situated over an aquifer. Unlike the story HBO and British Television told about Chernobyl, should a meltdown reach an aquifer, it won't be the poisoning of the water we have to worry about. It will be the steam that is created by the heat and sealed in by development- roads, walkways, houses, condos, apartments, malls, etcs will cover this aquifer and it will seal it in. The result will be a thermo-nuclear explosion that results in nuclear winter.
Fukushima was meant as man's wake-up call. A country that had been bombed by nuclear weapons, felt the famous quote of Robert Oppenheimer's- that he remembered from the Vedas- "I have become death destroyer of worlds." A country that yearly has a monsoon season. And yet it took the chance to build several nuclear power plants, despite the risk of a catastrophic monsoon being a 20-25 year annual event. We grossly damaged the planet.
Atlantis, the once famous continent as described by the historian Herodotus, exists in the desert sands of Mauritania.
There are cultures long forgotten in the Yucatan and the Amazon.
Untold stories of cultures before modern man lie buried in the Sahara desert.
In Turkey an entire civilization built hypogeums that are beyond are our understanding of structural engineering, sound, and wave physics.
Where are those civilizations that built those things ?
The answer is that the Board of Directors of All Mankind chose to recycle them, chose to bring new earth over old, and another civilization comes along. We vastly overestimate our value to the earth as a species- in the way we treat each other, in the way we treat our environment, and our wildlife.
We're due for a recycling if we choose to continue along our current path. Maybe not this lifetime, maybe not your children's lifetime, or their children's. But maybe so within your children's grandchildren. Unless we change drastically our view of the world, break down the barriers we've built up against our fellow man, stop dabbling in powers beyond our means of understanding- well then, we'll be recycled in a nuclear winter.
Should we continue as a species to displease the Chairman of Mankind's Board of Directors- the recycling will be sooner rather than later.
This has been a message from Mr. Nobody. More to come.