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ONLY 14
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WHY THEY'RE HERE

THE REASONS ARE ACTUALLY
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The following are just 14 major subjects that are an issue with the aliens and consequently are a part of our lengthier conversations that we have. The order they are in has nothing to do with order of importance.

One cannot make change unless they are somewhat educated to do so. Use this thread as a good learning tool. In particular. If you are a contactee, educate yourself accordingly because you might be very surprised someday as to where your thoughts will be headed while doing so.



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This first one is of our own design. Sure, there are skeptical scientists that have argued the point in previous years but suddenly in this year of 2007, those arguments have somewhat ceased and they are now listening to each other instead. The following is responsible for melanoma in Australia created by us here in America.

Lifetime risk for Melanoma: 1 in 35 women and 1 in 25 men will develop melanoma during their lifetime in Australia, compliments of the United States of America. Will somebody slap us!


SKIN CANCER
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* Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Australia. Only melanoma cases have to be reported to the Cancer Registry.
* An estimated 27,000 people are diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancers each year.
* Higher rates of melanoma deaths among men are most likely due to late detection and poorer outcomes from more advanced disease.
* It was hoped melanoma rates had peaked in the mid 1990s however recent years show an increase.
*NMSC is the most common cancer diagnosed in Australia, with approximately 374,000 new cases diagnosed in 2002


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OZONE

A NASA instrument has detected an Antarctic ozone "hole" (what scientists call an "ozone depletion area") that is three times larger than the entire land mass of the United States�the largest such area ever observed.

The "hole" expanded to a record size of approximately 11 million square miles (28.3 million square kilometers) on Sept. 3, 2000. The previous record was approximately 10.5 million square miles (27.2 million square km) on Sept. 19, 1998.

The ozone hole's size currently has stabilized, but the low levels in its interior continue to fall. The lowest readings in the ozone hole are typically observed in late September or early October each year.

The ozone layer is a region in the stratosphere that contains high concentrations of a gas called ozone. This
bluish gas absorbs the sun's ultraviolet radiation more efficiently than does any other substance in the atmosphere. Although ozone constitutes only about one-millionth of the atmosphere, it absorbs most the sun's ultraviolet radiation. Without the ozone layer, ultraviolet radiation would destroy all life on the earth's surface.

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The oxygen molecules needed to sustain life each contain two atoms. In the stratosphere, ultraviolet light strikes these molecules, splitting each into two oxygen atoms. When one of these combines with an oxygen molecule, the result is an oxygen molecule with three atoms. Ozone is made up of oxygen molecules that
contain three atoms.

An ozone molecule is very reactive. When struck by an ultraviolet ray, it falls apart to yield an oxygen atom
and the oxygen we need. These recombine though to produce another ozone molecule. Some manufactured
chemicals stop this cycle, reducing the amount of ozone in the stratosphere. Among the worst offenders are
chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's), chemicals used in refrigeration and in the product of foam plastics. A worldwide ban on CFC's, proposed in 1987, would help preserve the ozone layer. In time, it could begin to reconstitute itself.



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GREENHOUSE EFFECT - GLOBAL WARMING
The greenhouse effect is a property of the atmosphere that allows the short-wave radiation of sunlight to pass easily to the earth's surface but makes it difficult for heat in the form of long-wave radiation to escape back toward space. Sunlight penetrates the atmosphere as infrared radiation.

Carbon dioxide, water vapor and other atmospheric gases easily absorb infrared radiation. The gases, in turn, give off heat, some of it directed toward space and the rest back toward the earth. Scientists tell us that without this 'blanket', temperatures would be so cold that the earth would be uninhabitable. However, they also say that human activities may be increasing the greenhouse effect.


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[color=limegreen]The burning of fossil fuels, for example, releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Concentrations of methane and other 'greenhouse gases' are rising too. These gases may absorb enough radiation to raise the earth's temperature 3.6 degrees to 10.8 degrees within the next century. This could cause the world's climate to change dramatically, eventually causing polar ice sheets to melt.
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RAIN FORESTS
A rain forest is a moist, densely wooded area usually found in a warm, tropical wet climate. Annual rainfall is about 80 inches. The average temperature in most rain forests is 80 degrees. Evergreen trees, vines, undergrowth and nutrient-poor soils are common characteristics of this kind of rain forest.

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Millions of people live in rain forests, relying on them to fulfill their needs for food and fuel. The rest of the world relies on rain forests for such by-products as rubber, wood, dyes, oils, foods and medicines. More than 40 percent of prescription drugs in the United States contain ingredients derived from plants, many of them are from rain forests.


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Rain forests play a role in recycling the earth's water. Much of the moisture absorbed by the trees transpires from the leaves and evaporates into the atmosphere to return as rainfall. The roots of the trees help anchor the soil and slow water runoff. Clearing forest lands for farming, ranching, logging and mining is rapidly decreasing the remaining rain forests. Some scientists estimate that an area of tropical rain forests the size of Delaware is cleared each and every month. Tropical rain forests once covered more than four billion acres of the earth. Today, nearly half of the forests are gone. Tropical rain forests are a valuable natural resource and home to nearly half of the earth's plant and animal species.

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Millions of animal and plant species live in rain forests and the discovery of new species continues. Some species can be found only in a tropical rain forest. The okapi, a relative of the giraffe is an example. More than a thousand different kinds of trees have been identified in a square kilometer of tropical rain forest. The rain forest in the South American country of Ecuador has 20,000 kinds of flowering plants. The state of California, which is a third larger than Ecuador has only 5,000 kinds.

Cattle ranches for what? Now who could possibly be eating that much meat?

One big reason rainforests are being destroyed is for beef. Millions of acres of rainforest are slashed and burned, which means that the land is set on fire in order to clear it. The cleared land is then turned into grass pastures for cattle. These cattle get butchered and are often sent to the United States to be put into fast-food hamburgers, frozen meat products, and canned pet food.

For every quarter-pound fast-food hamburger that comes from the rainforest,

55 square feet of rainforest is destroyed. That is the size of a small kitchen! And that's just for one hamburger!

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POLLUTION
Pollution is the introduction of harmful materials into an environment. Polluting substances, such as car exhausts, industrial wastes and chemical pesticides, damage the quality of air, water, land and all living beings and creatures. Many of the things that make people comfortable and provide them with goods and services contribute to pollution. The burning of coal to produce electricity pollutes the air. Industries and households generate quantities of garbage and sewage, causing waste disposal problems. For millions of years, nature has provided an abundance of clear air, water and land. But now, expanding populations and increasing demands for goods and services have led to the disruption of the earth's ecological balance.

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More wastes are going into the air, water and land than nature can handle. To thrive, plants and animals need clean air, uncontaminated water and wholesome nutrients.

Pollution in the biosphere, those parts of the air, water and land in which life exists, has become a serious problem because the earth is a closed system. It's supplies of air and water are used again and again. When these resources are polluted, all life in the biosphere is threatened. Pollution is a global problem. Although it is usually concentrated in heavily industrialized areas, it spreads all over the planet, even to remote, unpopulated places. For example, concentrations of pesticides and other chemicals have been found in polar bears in the Arctic and in penguins in the Antarctic. Ocean currents and migrating fish carry pollutants far and wide. Smoke from a factory in one country drifts into other countries.



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Radioactive material accidentally released from a nuclear power plant is picked up by winds and spread around the world. Sometimes air pollution is visible, as it is when dark smoke pours from the exhaust pipes of large commercial trucks, but it is often invisible. Polluted air can harm many living things. It makes eyes burn and causes headaches. It can worsen respiratory problems and increase the risk of lung cancer. Heavily polluted air not only harms life-forms but also eats away at the stone in buildings and statues. The primary source of atmospheric pollution is the burning of fossil fuels - coal, oil and natural gas. When the fuel that powers cars and trucks is burned, it produces carbon monoxide, a colorless and odorless gas. The gas is harmful in low and high concentrations, which are common in heavy city traffic. You will notice the damage of low concentration when you enter a traffic jam on the freeway. You immediately smell the excess pollution, however, moments later you do not. That is carbon monoxide numbing the cilia in your nostrils so that you can no longer smell the pollution you are driving in. Such things lead to something as common as depression and as serious as cancer.

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Other pollutants that are causing some of the most severe air pollution are nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide and hydrocarbons from vehicle and factory emissions. These chemicals react with sunlight to produce smog and other atmospheric pollution. They also mix with moisture in the air to form acid precipitation. Though commonly called acid rain, acid precipitation can be in the form of snow, hail, sleet, fog or even dry particles. Such things, which often fall far from the pollution source can damage forest and lake ecosystems, killing trees and causing fish populations to decline or completely die out.
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FOSSIL FUELS
Fossil fuels are extremely important to industrial societies around the world. Over the last 20 years or so, supplies of all fossil fuels have begun to shrink. Although still forming, they are not a renewable resource due to the time it takes them to develop.

The limited amount of fossil fuels and the environmental damage their extraction and burning cause, have helped start the development of alternative energy technologies.

Renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power may be able to supply the earth's energy needs when the fossil fuels are used up. As the world's population grows, people will have to find ways to conserve limited supplies of natural resources. This will require a variety of wise practices like developing energy systems based on renewable resources.

The ways people choose to manage both renewable and non renewable resources today will have a tremendous effect on the future of the those living on the planet tomorrow. This is the issue that interests the aliens. They say we are a selfish people and care not to concern ourselves with the unborn.

Today, coal provides 55% of the U.S. electricity supply and the U.S. imports more than half of the oil it consumes. The burning of fossil fuels cannot be sustained.


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Coal, oil and natural gas are fossil fuels. Coal is the most abundant fossil fuel on the earth and forms from plants. Coal deposits developed during the Carboniferous period, which began more than 300 million years ago. When plants died in wetland areas, they accumulated in thick, moist layers and the lack of oxygen prevented them from decomposition. The result was an organic matter called peat. In time, the peat was covered with sand and silt and pressure on the organic layers increased. Over time, the deposits became more compact, forming layers of solid coal. When peat is dried, it can be burned as fuel. In the stage following peat, coal called lignite develops. Later it becomes bituminous coal and finally, anthracite. In each stage, the level of the carbon increases making the coal harder. The hardest and cleanest-burning form of coal, anthracite, is also in the shortest supply. Oil and gas are preferred to coal because they burn more cleanly and are easier to transport. Oil and natural gas form from the remains of marine plants and animals. Existing supplies began forming millions of years ago, when the remains became mixed with sand, silt and other sediments on sea floors beneath shallow ocean waters. As overlying layers of sediment grew thicker, pressure helped cause slow, complex chemical reactions that transformed the materials into gas and droplets of oil. The sand and silt holding the oil and gas hardened into sedimentary rocks. As pressure increased, the oil and gas were squeezed from the source rocks and migrated upward through porous rocks until movement was prevented by caprocks. The porous rocks that hold the oil and gas are called reservoirs and where oil is retrieved today. Petroleum is another name for oil in this crude state and natural gas is the name given to the gaseous form of hydrocarbon, which burns cleaner then coal and oil.

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ENERGY & CONSERVATION
Energy provides the power to make things happen, it is the capacity to do work. It heats and lights houses
and offices, it powers transportation and industrial equipment and lifts rockets into space. The energy
stored in the food that we eat provides the fuel that the human body requires to live.


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Energy stored in coal, oil and natural gas, heats and cools homes and work places. The energy released when fuel is burned powers engines in cars and other motorized vehicles. People take energy for granted because they have failed to consider that some of the resources used to provide the benefits are dwindling and cannot be renewed. Scientists have made some advances with technologies that help us harness alternative sources of energy such as wind and the sun. All of us can make nonrenewable resources last longer by using and demanding products that are more energy-efficient.

The sun is the original source of most of the energy used on earth. Heat from the sun warms the atmosphere and causes movement in the atmosphere in the form of wind. The energy in wind can be harnessed to power sailboats and turn windmills. The sun's heat evaporates water, which becomes rain that fills rivers.

Dams on the rivers harness the water's energy and convert it into electricity. Fossil fuels such as oil, coal
and natural gas also came from the sun through plants that grew on the earth using the sun. When burned,
they give up their energy as heat. More than one billion people in developing countries still depend on
nature for their energy by burning animal dung and wood. Though coal will still be available for several
centuries, environmentalists are concerned about global climate changes that may result from the amount
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Since fossil fuels are considered a nonrenewable resource, scientists have been experimenting with ways to utilize other products to supplement supplies of gasoline. Two of the ways are with ethanol and liquefied coal. Corn when converted to ethanol and mixed with gasoline can make gasohol. Our ability to conserve fossil fuels and to harness other sources of energy, such as wind and water will help determine whether we have enough energy for the future because the amount of corn required to do so would take up a piece of property about the size of Texas and corn would no longer be a food source.

SOLAR ENERGY
Energy coming from the sun is a tremendous resource. In less than an hour, enough solar energy reaches the earth to fill everyone's energy needs for a year. The problem lies in the collection and storage. One good example of solar energy is hot water running out of a hose that was left out in the sun.

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Scientists are studying ways to convert solar power into enough electricity to supply a city's needs. One way is a solar farm. The rows of mirrors, called heliostats, direct the sun's heat and light to water in a boiler on top of a tower. The steam produced powers a turbine, which in turn drives a generator to produce electricity. More recent and efficient solar technology is where troughs of curved mirrors, guided by computers, use the sun's heat to warm synthetic oils to 735 degrees. The oil, which passes through vacuum-sealed tubes attached to the mirrors, heats water to produce steam that turns an electric turbine.

Also, satellites and space stations get their energy from solar cells that convert sunlight into electricity. In developing countries, photovoltaic cells like used on satellites and space stations provide energy to a growing number of people.


WIND ENERGY
Around 3000 BC, Egyptians were using wind energy to sail their ships across the waters. By 200 BC, wind power was being used to turn the blades of windmills. Through a system of gears, the movement of the blades activated the stones that ground grain to make breads. Wind turbines can generate power efficiently enough to compete with other energy systems. A wind turbine in Hawaii generates enough electricity to supply 1,200 homes. Wind farms where thousands of wind turbines are clustered together, contribute significantly to energy supplies.

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GEOTHERMAL AND WATER ENERGY
Geothermal energy is heat energy generated within the earth. In areas where cracks have formed in the earth's crust, water seeps down to the hot rock layers and is heated there by geothermal energy. For years, people who live near hot springs have used geothermal energy for bathing, home heating and cooking. In Iceland, a country that lies along the volcanically active Mid-Atlantic Ridge, the city of Reykjavik is almost entirely heated by a system that uses geothermal energy.

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Geothermal wells capture water heated by the hot rocks inside the earth and pipes circulate it throughout the city. More recent technology can recover the heat energy in dry hot rocks. Water is pumped through wells drilled into the hot rocks and heated water is used to generate electricity.

Water has been used as an energy source for years such as the Hoover Dam. Water stored behind a dam is released to flow through machines called turbines that drive generators to produce electricity. Scientists are exploring ways to use the tides, a form of gravitational energy, to generate electricity. In France, a dam was built across an estuary, where a river empties into the ocean. The dam has turbines that turn in either direction to take advantage of the tides coming in and going out. Water turns the blades of the turbines, enabling the power plant to produce electricity. Today, scientists in the UK are developing ways to harness the energy in ocean waves.


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NUCLEAR ENERGY
A controlled chain reaction within a nuclear reactor produces tremendous amounts of heat energy in a fraction of a second. The energy heats water, creating steam that turns turbine generators to produce electricity. An uncontrolled chain reaction can cause an explosion, as with an atomic bomb. Radioactive waste from the fission process can destroy cells in the bodies of people and animals and contaminate plants and water. Radioactive waste must be stored safely for thousands of years until it is considered no longer dangerous.

Nuclear physicists are working to improve the safety of nuclear reactors. They are also exploring a safer method of gathering the power locked in atoms called nuclear fusion, which mimics the way energy is released from the sun. Fusion is less polluting than fission and it could generate large quantities of energy. Discovering fusion would solve our energy problems. But aren't we the first ones to complain about tax increases no matter the cause?

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OCEANS
For thousands of years, people have depended on the ocean as a source of food and as a highway for trade and exploration. Today, people continue to travel on the ocean and to rely on the resources it contains.

Fishermen catch more than 90 million tons of seafood each year, including more than 100 species of fish and shellfish. Minerals especially common salt, come from the ocean too. New Techniques are being developed to mine the seafloor for valuable minerals such as copper and nickel.

Oil is one of the most valuable resources taken from the ocean today. Offshore rigs pump petroleum from wells drilled in the continental shelf. As land sources of oil grow scarce, oil under the ocean becomes more important. About one-quarter of oil and gas supplies now comes from offshore deposits.

Through the centuries, people have sailed the ocean on long-established trade routes. Today, oceangoing ships still carry most of the world's freight, particularly bulky goods such as machinery, grain and oil.

In the future, scientists and other experts hope that the ocean will be used more widely as a source of energy. Some countries have already harnessed the energy of ocean waves and tides to power turbines to generate electricity.

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The ocean offers us a wealth of food and other resources, but over the last two centuries, these resources have been threatened. People have harvested so many fish and other ocean animals for food and other products that some species have begun to disappear. During the 1800's and early 1900's, whalers killed thousands of whales for their oil and ivory. Some species, including the blue whale, were hunted nearly to extinction. Many species are still endangered today. In the 1960's and 1970's, catches of important food fishes, such as herring in the North Sea and haddock in the Atlantic, began to drop off dramatically. The fish were disappearing. Fishermen were using more advanced equipment such as electronic fish finders and large trawling nets, so they could catch more fish. But the nets dragged across the seabed and in the process caught many small, young fish. This meant that there were far fewer fish left behind to reproduce and replenish the supply. In some areas, overfishing still goes on.

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Another threat to the ocean and it's wildlife comes from pollution. For centuries, people have used the ocean as a dumping ground for sewage and other wastes. In the 20th century, the wastes have included chemicals from factories, insoluble plastics, oil spilled from ships and pesticides such as DDT. These harmful substances have killed sea life and threatened the food supply.

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To find ways to protect the ocean, scientists from all over the world are cooperating in studies of the ocean waters and marine life. They are also working together to control pollution. Many countries are working to reach agreement on how to manage and harvest ocean resources.

Although the ocean is vast, it is more easily polluted and damaged than people once thought. It requires care and protection as well as expert management. Only then can it continue to provide the many resources that living things, including people need.

We treat the oceans like a giant dustbin, dumping huge amounts of waste in them everyday, often by way of rivers, drains and outflow pipes. This pollution includes human sewage and domestic waste water, factory outflows of acids and poisonous metals, engine oil from roadside drains and garages, farm chemicals washed off the land by rain, building-site rubble, nuclear waste from power plants, and oil from wells, refineries, and tankers.

The daily flow of materials into the sea also includes a million plastic items, such as bags, nets, and bits of packaging.

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DRINKING WATER
An aquifer is a layer of water-bearing rock through which groundwater moves. Water-bearing rocks are permeable; they have interconnected openings through which liquids and gases can pass. Rock such as sandstone an loose deposits of sand and gravel, for example, can form the water bearing layers. An aquifer receives water from rain or melted snow that drains into the ground at the earth's surface. In some areas the water passes through the soil; in others, it enters through joints and cracks in rock outcrops. The water moves downward until it meets less permeable rock through which it cannot pass easily.
Aquifers act as reservoirs for groundwater. Water from aquifers sometimes flows out into springs. Wells drilled into aquifers provide water for drinking, agriculture and other uses. There are two types of aquifers. An unconfined aquifer is under lain by less permeable rocks and is only partly filled with water. The top of the zone filled with water is called the water table. The water table rises or falls depending on the amount of water entering and leaving the aquifer. A confined aquifer lies between two layers or less permeable rocks and is filled with water.

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There is about 30 times more groundwater than there is surface water in all the lakes and streams combined. But in heavily populated areas, including some parts of the United States, groundwater is being used up faster than nature can replace it. This causes a lowering of the water table and can lead to water shortages. In many places, chemicals from factories and farms, as well as wastes from dumps and sewers have seeped into the earth and polluted the shallow groundwater that we drink.

Only about three percent of all the earth's water is fresh and not salty. More than 2/3 of that fresh water is frozen in glaciers and polar ice sheets. That leaves less than one percent of the total volume for homes, factories and farms and for wildlife requiring fresh water. Most of this fresh water is underground. Only a tiny fraction of the fresh water on the earth is found in streams and lakes.

Just in the United States alone, people consume some 400 billions of gallons of water every day. At home, people use water for drinking, cooking, washing clothes and dishes, bathing, brushing their teeth, flushing toilets, watering lawns and gardens and washing cars. In cities, workers use water to fight fires, clean streets, pump away wastes and operate sewage-treatment equipment that helps purify waste water.

Huge amounts of water are consumed in industry to manufacture goods and in agriculture to grow food crops. In the United States it takes 63,000 gallons of water to produce a ton of steel and it takes 115 gallons to grow enough wheat to make one loaf of bread.. By far, the biggest use of water in the United States and throughout the world is for irrigation. Because rain does not fall evenly on the earth, some lands are too dry for cultivation. Water used for growing crops in such dry areas often must be brought up from groundwater sources through deep wells or transported from distant lakes and rivers. In many parts
of the world, people suffer from constant water shortages because the earth's total supply of fresh water is unevenly distributed. Millions of people lack dependable sources of clean drinking water and water for agriculture. Today, the demand for fresh water is increasing as the populations grow. Developed countries use the most water and many times inefficiently.

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RIVERS
For centuries, people have depended on rivers for many things. Rivers have provided waterways for shipping, building sites for cities and fertile land for farming. Yet the extensive use of rivers has contributed to their pollution. The pollution has come from dumping of garbage and sewage; disposal of toxic wastes from factories; and runoff of rainwater containing chemical fertilizers and pesticides used in agriculture.

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DIRTY RIVERS
By the 1960's, many of the world's rivers were so polluted that fish and other wildlife could no longer survive in them and their waters were unsafe for drinking, swimming and other uses. Since then, stricter laws in many countries, including the United States, have helped to clean up polluted rivers.

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POLLUTED RIVER
The laws have restricted the substances factories can put into rivers, banned toxic pesticides such as DDT and required treatment of sewage to remove some pollutants. Although the situation in some parts of the world has improved, serious problems remain. These include problems with long lasting and extremely toxic chemicals still found in river water years after their use in industry and agriculture.

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ACID RAIN
In parts of the United States, Canada and Europe, there is also the severe problem of acid rain. Acid rain develops when gases and chemicals from factory smokestacks and automobile exhaust pipes mix with moisture in the air and form acids. These acids fall in rain and other precipitation on streams and lakes, polluting water and killing wildlife.

Environmentalists and governments are trying to understand and solve these pollution problems. Many people have come to realize that to provide safe drinking water as well as habitats where fish and other wildlife can thrive, rivers must be kept clean.

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CORAL REEFS
For centuries, coral reefs have supplied people with fish and other seafood. But today, some human activities are harmful to reefs. As people along coasts plow the earth to plant crops or bulldoze it to build homes and roads, they loosen the soil Rain washes much of it into rivers, which carry it to the ocean. There, the soil forms a layer of sediment that suffocates and buries coral. Many coastal cities dump sewage and other wastes into the ocean. Such pollution causes certain types of algae to grow so rapidly
that they form thick mats that block the sunlight and promote the growth of oxygen-consuming bacteria. This can be fatal to a living coral reef. Reefs have been harmed by underwater mining and oil drilling. Some have been damaged by explosives used to clear out channels in the seabed for ships to pass through.

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People have over fished some reefs, killing tropical fish for sport or collecting them live to sell to aquarium dealers. Other reef creatures have been collected for their shells in such numbers that many are now rare. To protect coral reefs, some countries have set aside parts of them as marine parks or scientific preserves. Such parks may be found off the Florida Keys, in the Virgin Islands, in American Samoa and along Australia's Great Barrier Reef. To the right, along Australia's northeast coast is the Great Barrier Reef - the world's largest reef formation that stretches some 1,250 miles.

DAMAGED CORAL REEFS
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Thank you for this infromation. It goes without saying that we are...using our home as a toilet...Something dogs will not do under normal circumstances. How long will it be until children are raised with the idea that what happenes to Them, will eventually happen to Us?
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« Reply #11 on: Nov 16th, 2007, 10:07am »

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"Greetings - I have a question about this; If we wake up tomorrow with a new, free energy source - What happens to the millions of people employed by the oil, gas, coal, and electrical companies? *Chin on paws* Something tells me I already see where this answer is coming from...But tell me anyway *waves chocolate bar*"

First of all, you have to believe that such even exists and in a manner that we would be able to understand and comprehend today. I have big doubts that it exists. Even if it did, we already have newer sources of energy that we're just now looking at anyway, but as we've seen before, everything moves very slowly. And who is to say that some newer forms of energy haven't already been given to us by aliens. For all we know they could have put a bug in someone's ear in regard to solar, wind, nuclear - we'll never know if they played a part, we just know we're on the next page now.

That is their way though. I know it's hard for many to swallow but they can step right in and throw thoughts around the mind and the next thing you know some new scientist is standing in front of a podium receiving some type of scientific achievement award and the alien's receiving an Oscar. I know that's pretty far out for most to believe, but I know it to be so (personally).

It's the ole pride thing. They don't want anyone to feel less about themselves because they didn't do it on their own, so nobody will ever know. I can only imagine that this is done in the scientific community all of the time and I can also imagine that just for grins, it's done with those in science who don't have an open mind about aliens.

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ZERO POLLUTION


The decibels wouldn't pass U.S. standards
but I'm sure that will be remedied in time.

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The Air Car, which runs on compressed air and has zero pollution. Just think, our own filling station in our own garage in the form of an air compressor. lol This particular company cannot be making the oil companies too awful happy at the present but then again, if a vehicle like this hit the market in any big numbers, the cost of fuel would just skyrocket, which compensates for their losses.

Oil (hence gas) is not a renewable resource and the oil companies already know that their days are numbered anyway in the generations to come. So they compensate and they have many years to do so.

Then there's the energy that more recently has been discovered from salthingyer. It's not like we don't have ample salt water. But again, such things take a lot of time to tool up for and we're talking years and years.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SslCpQ26IY

We know the corn thing is not going to work now since it would take more land to grow corn then we have available.

Hydrogen wind, hydro and geothermal energy is on everyone's mind today so I see that happening probably before anything else. Especially since the DoE is fervently working towards all of them now (especially hydrogen). This is all due to something more serious then people losing their jobs, which are the tremendous increases in energy needs. That's a bigger problem today so nobody has to worry about their job as long as the demand for energy is greater than the supply, which is where we stand today.

In order for anyone in ufology to impress me with a new energy resource, they would have to tell me that the aliens gave them fusion. Fusion is the only real answer we have that will radically change an economy but then again it would only interfere with probably coal. Even then fusion plants would have to be built and this is as well a very time consuming and expensive ordeal, which would take many, many years. Certainly it doesn't interrupt the electrical companies since it will continue to produce electricity such as fission does now, just cleaner. And, since it's cleaner there will be more of them since the complaints of danger with fission will be gone.

In regard to coal, who needs it. It has functions that many generations to come will need it for and it is non-renewable as well so again reserves should be kept for the future while newer energy sources are utilized. Coal is the one we want to get rid of for the sake of this planet though. Coal and oil both, but neither of these things will happen in our life time.

Hypothetically speaking, nothing much ever happens over night. I remember in the early 80's when the cell phone was first being talked about, my husband was working for GTE and had 19 years under his belt. Everyone there was fearing the worst thinking that cell phone technology would take away a lot of jobs but nothing really came of it since the time factor of such is smooth. That was 26 years ago. Consequently, I don't think there is any new form of energy discovered or yet undiscovered that can interfere with an economy so sharply since none of them are an over night affair. They see it coming and they either get on the band wagon or they slowly reduce their employment numbers with no new hires. Tooling up for any new energy resource takes so many years for any company that the years doing so always smooths out the transition.

The problem with the Air Car is that it doesn't suit the needs of the masses such as style, speed, and other unnecessary things of that nature. For heaven's sake, it's just a form of responsible and clean transportation.

Once it passes U.S. regulations, I'll be the first in line.

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THE WORLD'S DUMP:
OCEAN GARBAGE FROM
HAWAII TO JAPAN

A "plastic soup" of floating waste in the Pacific Ocean
now covers an area twice the size of the continental U.S. scientists have said.

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A = 1990 Running shoes spill

B = 2002 Garbage strip

C = 2000 Plastic bag spill

D = Shoes found


F = Eastern Garbage Patch
At the eye of the gyre, plastic reaches concentrations of a million pieces per square mile. Researchers have mapped a giant spill of bags and a mile-long strip of wind-driven garbage.

G = Caught in a gyre
Some of the plastic drifting in the North Pacific is swept to shore, like the thousands of Nike shoes that washed up in the Pacific Northwest. But much is trapped by calm winds and sluggish water within the North Pacific's loop of currents.


The vast expanse of debris -- in effect the world's largest rubbish dump -- is held in place by swirling underwater currents. This drifting "soup" stretches from about 500 nautical miles off the Californian coast, across the northern Pacific, past Hawaii and almost as far as Japan.

Charles Moore, an American oceanographer who discovered the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" or "trash vortex", believes that about 100 million tons of flotsam are circulating in the region. Marcus Eriksen, a research director of the US-based Algalita Marine Research Foundation, which Mr Moore founded, said yesterday: "The original idea that people had was that it was an island of plastic garbage that you could almost walk on. It is not quite like that. It is almost like a plastic soup. It is endless for an area that is maybe twice the size as continental United States."

Curtis Ebbesmeyer, an oceanographer and leading authority on flotsam, has tracked the build-up of plastics in the seas for more than 15 years and compares the trash vortex to a living entity: "It moves around like a big animal without a leash." When that animal comes close to land, as it does at the Hawaiian archipelago, the results are dramatic. "The garbage patch barfs, and you get a beach covered with this confetti of plastic," he added.

The "soup" is actually two linked areas, either side of the islands of Hawaii, known as the Western and Eastern Pacific Garbage Patches. About one-fifth of the junk -- which includes everything from footballs and kayaks to Lego blocks and carrier bags -- is thrown off ships or oil platforms. The rest comes from land.

Mr Moore, a former sailor, came across the sea of waste by chance in 1997, while taking a short cut home from a Los Angeles to Hawaii yacht race. He had steered his craft into the "North Pacific gyre" -- a vortex where the ocean circulates slowly because of little wind and extreme high pressure systems. Usually sailors avoid it.

He was astonished to find himself surrounded by rubbish, day after day, thousands of miles from land. "Every time I came on deck, there was trash floating by," he said in an interview. "How could we have fouled such a huge area? How could this go on for a week?"

Mr Moore, the heir to a family fortune from the oil industry, subsequently sold his business interests and became an environmental activist. He warned yesterday that unless consumers cut back on their use of disposable plastics, the plastic stew would double in size over the next decade.

Professor David Karl, an oceanographer at the University of Hawaii, said more research was needed to establish the size and nature of the plastic soup but that there was "no reason to doubt" Algalita's findings.

"After all, the plastic trash is going somewhere and it is about time we get a full accounting of the distribution of plastic in the marine ecosystem and especially its fate and impact on marine ecosystems."

Professor Karl is co-ordinating an expedition with Algalita in search of the garbage patch later this year and believes the expanse of junk actually represents a new habitat. Historically, rubbish that ends up in oceanic gyres has biodegraded. But modern plastics are so durable that objects half-a-century old have been found in the north Pacific dump. "Every little piece of plastic manufactured in the past 50 years that made it into the ocean is still out there somewhere," said Tony Andrady, a chemist with the US-based Research Triangle Institute.

Mr Moore said that because the sea of rubbish is translucent and lies just below the water's surface, it is not detectable in satellite photographs. "You only see it from the bows of ships," he said.

According to the UN Environment Programe, plastic debris causes the deaths of more than a million seabirds every year, as well as more than 100,000 marine mammals. Syringes, cigarette lighters and toothbrushes have been found inside the stomachs of dead seabirds, which mistake them for food.

Plastic is believed to constitute 90 per cent of all rubbish floating in the oceans. The UN Environment Programe estimated in 2006 that every square mile of ocean contains 46,000 pieces of floating plastic,

Dr Eriksen said the slowly rotating mass of rubbish-laden water poses a risk to human health, too. Hundreds of millions of tiny plastic pellets, or nurdles -- the raw materials for the plastic industry -- are lost or spilled every year, working their way into the sea. These pollutants act as chemical sponges attracting man-made chemicals such as hydrocarbons and the pesticide DDT. They then enter the food chain. "What goes into the ocean goes into these animals and onto your dinner plate. It's that simple," said Dr Eriksen.

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The majority of this thread ABOVE was prepared by my daughter when she was in 7th grade, three years ago. I say this so that nobody can say they don't understand it. Of course I have input much and I didn't do this alone. You wouldn't understand who put this together with me so I'll keep it to myself. I added the pictures, sound and a short sentence here and there but the ideas were that of another.

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If, you just skimmed everything above, this would mean that you don't know the serious nature of each topic. If so, at least click here on these youtubes and then read my message below.

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Now for me..................

Below is the short list of my conversations with aliens daily and I do mean the short list. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know - pretty hard to swallow isn't it? Well then, just give it a "what if" scenerio and read it anyway because there are other contactees out there in the world that are doing the same thing as myself. How coincidental is it that we were all abductees and then suddenly contactees that were drilled on what you've just read and viewed above.

In regard to conversations, I say short list because if you were to read everything in a telephone book's green pages from A-Z, there are multiple problems on every single line. It doesn't matter if it's the government pages or a pre school. Conversations on the following in particular have been going on with them since January 7, 1997.

A big hole in the ozone layer manufactured by many nations while a remedy is in sight it is certainly now causing tremendous melanoma in Australia, in other words, us Americans are causing a problem that are killing people half way across the globe, global warming, hence, greenhouse effect, glaciers melting, population explosions in developing nations, the abuse of fossil fuels and other nonrenewable resources, the lack of use of renewable resources, the repercussions of nuclear and coal burning energy, the lack of solar power, wind power, hydro electric power, geothermal and water power, the destruction, diseases and dangers of mining, transportation problems, pollution and the health effects, acid rain, land use abuse, manmade soil erosion, poor farming practices, strip mining in the forests, destruction of the rain forests, damage to the coral reefs, dumping in our oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, streams and aquifers destroying drinking water, waters being chlorinated and even over chlorinated causing major health problems, herbacides, pestacides and fungacides in the water and in the food, DDT still in our fruits and vegetables because Mexico has still not outlawed it, poverty, obesity, lying, cheating, greed, gambling, stealing, literacy, a massive GNP, solely in control by the more developed nations, a world trade that is out of control and too large, displaced major food sources, displaced world food supplies, developed nations not supporting undeveloped nations, we're all fat, fast food restaurants destroying these evolving bodies, processed foods consumed over whole foods 10-1, crap in the processed food, health problems at an all time high when we should be living to be at least 100 before we die with all the new health advancements research, out of line pharmaceutical companies, tremendous drug abuse, alcohol abuse, homelessness, aids, cash aid plans (welfare), politicking not up to snuff, terrorism, gang violence, nuclear weapons in the wrong hands, hand guns in the wrong hands, still too many forms of government throughout the world and dictatorships 'again' in this century - just to mention a few! The green pages in your telephone book has the rest of the list. Lastly and more importantly, it's mostly about people that don't care. This would be those who skimmed this thread and were not concerned or bothered with the devastation of the earth and the destruction of ourselves.

Essentially, and according to the aliens, we have only one, single solitary problem in this world of ours. They say that what is causing Earth's problems is a tremendous lack of caring, which entail the greater numbers of a given population.

If everyone cared and made more than a futile attempt to make change after educating themselves, (no matter the subject) there would be no problems whatsoever. It's all about caring, or rather a lack of today. The problems we have appear too big and we're only one and too small. The problems we have are the aftermath due to complacency.

Everyone has to care in order to make change and you can't depend on the person standing next to you to do it for you. Plain and simple, you're representative of the problem.

Y'all sit back and watch UFOs flying around in our airspace and wonder why they're here. What I want to say to you on that subject is something I can't, because it would be horribly offensive. But, why else do you think they're here and why have they been here for so long. WHAT IN THE HELL ARE THEY DOING? Nobody has an answer do you? Some have the answer and know but they're afraid to look like an idiot if they threw their thoughts out there in some forum. Well, us abductees and contactees have already experienced all of the ridicule for you and we're now getting pretty darn used to it and able to blow it off.

People like myself see so many in denial about aliens. They've seen a UFO even but they have tremendous difficulty accepting the fact that aliens are in those UFOs. lol I have to laugh but when I do, I cry at the same time while recognizing that you simply have no truths to call your own since my experiences are not that of yours. Consequently, we can only warn, we can't twist your arm.

I know most of you have seen the following but something I've never mentioned before is that this was written with them. It was their idea and it's not funny. I never mentioned that previously because when I do such things I lose credence in everything else I do. So here it is one more time. Mind you, aliens are not into religious text so don't take it literally, they were just having fun with it while at the same time trying to explain their reasoning for being here.


In an interview between astronaut Neil Armstrong and a professor,
the professor asked, "How do you mean,
they warned you to get off the moon"?

Neil Armstrong said, "I can't go into details, except to say
that their ships were far superior to ours both in size and
technology - Boy!, were they big!...and menacing!
No, there is no question of a space station."

Moses said, "God made two great lights; the greater light
(the sun) to rule the day, and the lesser light (the moon)
to rule the night: he made the stars also."

The aliens said, "It is the NIGHT and in the NIGHT the
lesser light will rule the NIGHT until you've seen the LIGHT,
will we depart from the lesser light."

And I said, "Who are the stars in this show anyway?"


So, you think that's funny, absurd or ridiculous?
What happens if it's not?
Does that still give you the right to be complacent?
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ON MARCH 29TH AT 8:00 PM
BECAUSE SOMEONE WILL BE WATCHING
ONE HOUR WON'T KILL YOU!


An alien once said, "You feel so much you do not see
The truth in you, the truth in me
The actions of a human being are mostly passion
But there is life without emotion
Across the zodiac of oceans
There is life without emotional mistakes
In another place"


Hey, it's not like millions of others haven't tried to tell you about what they're up to.
You hear them daily talk about it but you don't really HEAR them.
My best example is an old one but probably one of the best ones ever written


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The following statement applies to the original Tears for Fears video, which YouTube took down. If you ever get a chance to watch it, the following pertains to that video.
While watching, keep this in mind when you see what looks like a UFO coming at you...
something that covers or protects from above,
as in military aircraft safeguarding surface forces:
an air umbrella
- Webster Dictionary


Here's a version YouTube overlooked. he, he
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_5dE81WV8k

In the process of visiting this thread and after a few damnits! I see that not many really care That's very disheartening, so I get angry.
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ZETAR: I'm sorry that I'm interrupting your post but something really important fell off the thread above and I need your thread to put it back on.

My statement read something like, if you want to know who the stars are in this show anyway, then click here on the next link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGrWCqI4DXU

HEY A_C,
AGAIN I MUST COMPLEMENT YOUT EFFORTS wink
I DO QUESTION THAT IN LIEU OF THE 14 PROBLEMS CITED...IT APPEARS HISTORICALLY THAT OUR OFF-WORLD FRIENDS HAVE BEEN HERE PRIOR TO OUR SELF INFLICTED PLANETARY WOES...PROBABLY WHEN THE EARTH WAS TOTALLY COVERED OR AT LEAST 90% IN WATER...THE PHENOMENA OF USO'S WERE COMING TO AND FRO NUDGING OUR EVOLUTION EVER SO GENTLY ALONG...
HAS THE EXPERIMENT GONE OFF COURSE TO NECESSITATE MORE INVOLVEMENT OR AT LEAST VISUALLY THEY ARE SEEN MUCH MORE OFTEN...OR ARE THEY?
IS THERE SOME TYPE OF CO-DEPENDENCY WITH ALIENS AND MANKIND...OR IF THEY COME FROM AN ALTERNATE DIMENSION DO WE(OUR THREE DIMENSIONAL EXISTANCE) HAVE AN EFFECT ON SAME?
COULD IT BE THAT WHAT WE SEE IS OUR FUTURE SAGES WHOM HAVE FOUND WAYS TO MANIPULATE TIME OR THE SPACE TIME CONTINUUM TO COME BACK TO SWAY OUR ARROGANCE OF THE ENVIROMENT?
CERTAINLY THERE IS AN AGENDA AND THE 14 REASONS YOU HAVE NOTED DEFINTELY NEED TO BE ON THE LIST IF THERE IS A BENEVOLENT ENTITY WHOM EITHER COMES FROM AFAR,THE FUTURE,OR A MULTIDIMENSIONAL EXISTANCE...I'M NOT SO SURE SANTA CLAUSE CAN HANDLE THIS LIST grin
VERY GOOD EXPOSE' MY FRIEND wink
SHALOM...ZETAR cool
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