Thursday, June 7, 2012
The species that is failing its Cosmic Test
The Universe has 100 billion galaxies, each with 100-300 billion stars and their planets. The species in question is self-named Homo Sapiens - Man The Wise - of the planet Earth of the Solar System of the Milky Way Galaxy of the Universe. And the Cosmic Test for Homo Sapiens has begun, and Homo Sapiens is showing unmistakable signs of flunking it.
So, what is this Cosmic Test? It has to do with all kinds of commodities, but for simplicity let's say - oil. The planet has more oil than can be burnt without being driven into the lethal Runaway Global Heating mode. The species in control of this oil must know when to stop on its own accord to avoid baking itself and millions of other species alive within decades. It must have the foresight and self-governance to leave the tar sands in the ground.
Now that the tar sands have been exhumed, the evil genie has been released from the bottle and Pandora's box has been opened. And it won't end until all its in-ground carbon has been released into the atmosphere. It is a one-way slide into hell on Earth. And I am holding Stephen Harper personally responsible.
All planets with life and civilization develop at different speeds and stages, and will each sooner or later stage a Cosmic Test of its own, each in its own time. At this very point in universal time, the planet staging a Cosmic Test is the Earth, and the test subject is its species Homo Sapiens, and Homo Sapiens is the species that exhumed the tar sands.
Be not surprised that planet Earth is being observed by immeasurably higher civilizations in the galactic realm. But be not expectant of extraterrestrial intervention in the nick of time; due to the Interstellar Non-Interference Protocol, there won't be any. All planetary eggs must hatch on its own, or be still born.
In the Cosmic Test, the rule is simple:
Survival of the Wise.
Let the destructive commit self-destruction, and the wise shall inherit the Universe. And Homo Sapiens must live up to its name.
Anthony Marr, Founder and President
Heal Our Planet Earth (HOPE)
Global Anti-Hunting Coalition (GAHC)