Never Kiss an Alien Girl! Or, the Death of Science

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I remember having read a science fiction novel, several years ago, that told of the encounter between an alien spaceship and a human one, somewhere in space. In the story, humans and aliens breathe different atmospheres and can only make contact through a glass barrier, but, slowly, they begin to understand each other. At one point, one of the Earth astronauts deepens his relationship with an alien female so much that the captain has to rebuke him, saying, “Be careful, You don’t want to fall in love with a green alien who breathes chlorine and drinks hydrochloric acid.” (The novel was by Soviet writer Ivan Yefremov, if I remember correctly). 

We don’t often fall in love with Teflon-skinned aliens, however, it happens sometimes to be fascinated by diversity, by discovering completely unexpected worlds. Sometimes, even shocking worlds that you wouldn’t want to exist. But diversity always enriches you. If something exists — and perhaps somewhere there really are chlorine-breathing aliens — there must be some reason why they exist. 

Such an experience I had while reading a post published on the blog of a friend of mine, A text I can only describe as alien. Not that it is not understandable: it is written in a Terrestrial language that I can, more or less, decipher. But I cannot find a single sentence in it that is consistent with my view of the universe. Nothing that matches the data I have, or with which I might even vaguely agree. For all I can tell, it could be from another galaxy. Try reading it yourself. If you have any technical-scientific education at all, you will get the same impression. It is not the only one of its kind, part of an onrushing wave that’s washing humankind’s memesphere. 

Warning. I am not publishing this text to expose it to the ridicule of anyone, or even to criticize it. On the contrary, I am admired by the frankness of the author. I don’t know her personally, but I am overwhelmingly convinced that she is an excellent person. If I present this text to you, it is a bit like presenting a funeral ode. This text is not a poem, but, in a way, it has poetic value. It is an ode to the death of science. 

Science, yes, the science that had started with the Renaissance astronomers who meticulously, painstakingly, night after night, collected data on the motion of the planets and stars. Perhaps they really thought there were angels pushing, but that did not make their work any less meticulous. Galileo’s science, the one that says that “wisdom is the child of experience.” Science, the one made of “1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration,” the science for which nothing that is not rigorously proven is true, and where everything is quantified, everything is measured, everything is evaluated. That science we were taught when we were freshmen in college. Maybe it never really existed, but we believed in it. And if we believed in it, it existed, in a sense. 

And it’s all gone. I don’t know what effect it has on you to see the face of one of the many TV virologists who have been raging for the last two and a half years. To me, it feels like what I would expect if I were to kiss an alien who just drank a hydrochloric acid cocktail. And I’m not the only one who has that feeling. I know many people who feel heavily cheated by the way they have been treated during the past two and a half years, always under the guise of “science.” These people have lost all faith in science, at least in “official” science. It’s not that they’ve all become Flat Earthers, but now they notice the many hoaxes they are foisting on us in the name of science. And I’m guessing that these people are not those on the dumb side of the Gaussian curve. 

Unfortunately, you can also go too far with this attitude. There has also emerged a group of people who reject science outright and remake their own view of the universe on the basis of completely different assumptions. As does, among many others, the author of the text, below. And there is no way to find an agreement with them. Science (that thing we used to call “science”) starts from certain assumptions, postulates if you like. You can’t really prove them. One can accept or reject them. If one rejects them, we can only take note of the different assumptions and accept them. It is the scientists’ fault that in the eyes of so many people science has become a hodgepodge of corrupt hucksters paid by the powers that be. 

It may be that, like so many other things, like Communism or the cult of Jupiter, science too has come to an end. Perhaps it had to for some reason — perhaps someone in high places wanted to destroy it because it was annoying with its insistence on certain things like the need to do something about climate change. Either way, that’s the way it was. 

So what? Well, we’ll just march into the future in the dark, blindfolded, and with our optic nerves severed. What could possibly go wrong with that?   

Translated from Italian. The author’s name and Web address are withheld.

<..> It should be kept in mind that the same centers of power (military first and foremost) that ride the anthropogenic climate catastrophism and provide their solutions are the same ones that constructed the climate change “narrative,” aware of the role and power that such a narrative could entail in the future.

That climate change depends on the earth’s history and its natural cycles of cooling and warming is a sensible assumption since the earth is not a machine; it is a living organism that evolves, influences other organisms, and is affected by them. Then there is the responsibility of that part of mankind that has damaged and still damages the ozone layer by exploding nuclear bombs and launching rockets and satellites, that uses electromagnetic technologies capable of modifying the ionosphere, that sprays the skies with substances that shield sunlight bringing about a change in climatic conditions, as well as being harmful to all living things.

Perhaps the deception of co2 as the worst of all possible evils is revealed when we realize that it is not a pollutant, it is the main component of living things, and without it plants will not survive….. and neither will human beings, at least as long as they remain as such 

One might think that it has been released in excess, but then why does earth’s history show that periods with higher CO2 concentration (higher than the present one) corresponded to a maximum explosion of plant life? and then why are the “climate change deniers” who see the decarbonization program as an environmental catastrophe being obscured without allowing them a confrontation?

Once upon a time, deniers were rightly accused of being paid by oil companies to deny climate warming (later changed to change).

With the same eagerness we should have asked who the promoters of climate catastrophism were funded by (Al Gore, Club of Rome, UN, WHO IPCC, NATO WWF…….. behind them we would have found Rockefeller, Soros, the British monarchy……)

I don’t know what impact CO2 has on climate change, but more importantly, I don’t know if the climate is changing and what the causes are, for sure the overlords of evil will never declare war on the war machine and its emissions of chlorides heavy metals radiation and co2, just as they will never pick on the rockets that take Musk’s and Bezos’ satellites into the sky.

They just happen to be picking on the least harmful molecule among many…… who knows, maybe someday in addition to accusing us of being too many, they will ask us to reduce the exhalation of carbon dioxide…… just as some “environmentalists” are blaming tree corpses for emitting co2 during decomposition.

Meanwhile, under the guise of energy emergency, in some parts of Europe (Romania) “protected” forests are being allowed to be cut down, the use of shale gas is being implemented, the use of coal is increasing, nuclear power plants are being reactivated, dangerous high-pollution regasifiers are being imposed, oil extraction is increasing, monstrous wind turbines and photovoltaics will be installed everywhere….. in short, we are witnessing an acceleration of the destruction of the earth and “the inevitable” increase of co2 in the atmosphere.

Well wrote a friend of mine about the ridiculous clock that marks the time until the catastrophe….. because it is also in the grotesque details that we see the deception. In this regard, it is useful to recall some famous apocalyptic statements from “authoritative” voices: UN 1989: if global warming is not reversed by 2000, rising seas will cause disasters,

Al Gore 2008: the entire Arctic ice cap will disappear within 5 years (2013).

Of these statements with “randomly” shot dates there have been countless, and all of them have been meant to instill fear, to make people familiar with a future danger and the need for someone to manage it.

This morning the sky was blue, clear, then the usual planes began to spray forming a thin veil. It is a case of saying that they make it right over our eyes! So many people have no memory of the beautiful blue skies of the past. It’s as if the sky is an entity that doesn’t “belong” to them, it’s none of their business…… and to me this mentality worries me much more than CO2.

The reality is that they are deceiving us by pointing out one problem to hide other and far more serious ones. By turning co2 from a life-sustaining molecule into yet another invisible enemy to be fought, the evil overlords have embarked on the final confrontation against nature, which is called the ecological/digital transition. The plan to control and manipulate life, including climate, is being carried out, so we can identify climate change theory as the tool to bring it to fruition, and with the blessing of the green mass, who have become useful idiots of the ‘Transcodigital Agenda.

According to Nigel Calder’s testimony, in the late 1980s Margaret Thatcher went to the Royal Society and said to the IPCC engineers, “here’s the money to prove the thesis of anthropogenic global warming!” They came up with the first major report that predicted climate disasters as a result of global warming. When Calder went to the scientific press conference, he was impressed by two things: First, the simplicity and striking power of the message. Second, the total indifference about all climate science at that time and especially the role of the sun, which had instead been the topic of a major meeting at the Royal Society only a few months earlier.

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