The United Nations report Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing published a year ago on the 30th January 2012 mentions the importance of access to "family planning" in relation to a sustainable future of our civilisation:
62. Improving access to family planning, reproductive rights and health services is also fundamental to sustainable development. It not only provides immediate health benefits and reductions in maternal and child mortality, but slows population growth, helps end poverty passed on from one generation to another and lightens the burden on countries with poor natural resource endowments. Access to family planning and reproductive health services is closely linked to overall gender equality: gender equality tends to be higher where they are available, and vice versa.
It's recommendation 3(c) is as follows:
3. Governments should accelerate the implementation of commitments to advance gender equality and women’s rights, including through the repeal of discriminatory laws and removal of formal barriers, the reform of institutions and the development and adoption of innovative measures to address informal and cultural practices that act as barriers. Particular emphasis should be given to: ....(c). Ensuring universal access to quality and affordable family-planning and other sexual and reproductive rights and health services.
While this is obviously a step in the right direction, I cannot help but think that we could avoid a lot of human suffering, human death, species extinction and global warming if we adopted the more "radical" approach of a global birth stop period of several years duration, repeated (with short breaks in between) until the world's population has been reduced to a sustainable level of perhaps 2 billion, preferably half a billion.
If we don't do that then just think of all the forest we'll need to convert to new farms to grow the food we need. Of the additional fish we'll [try] to catch, many species of which are already at critically overfished levels. Of the increased pollution caused by the additional industry required in order to supply the increased demand of goods to the still growing population. Of the increase in atmospheric warming due to the ever growing carbon dioxide and methane produced not just by vehicles but by cows that worldwide increase the global temperature more than all the cars put together. Don't think about what would happen if the vast quantities of methane under the oceans and in the permafrost is let loose...it's too scary.
Also do you really want to live like sardines in a can? Check out this look into the future if you would like to explore that idea. You might be rich in this life and live in a nice spacious apartment or house (or you might not) but perhaps in the next incarnation you won't be so fortunate (existing sardines excluded). Neither will I. Don't believe in reincarnation? My friend, it is just one logical reason for you to exist. Nothing in this universe is random, everything came about due to certain laws of Creation/The Universe of which we know only a relative few.
On Monday the 3rd December 2012 I came across an article in the Metro, the UK's most popular free newspaper with a distribution of 1.3 million copies per day (all buses and train stations dish them out every weekday morning, so commuters are the usual type of readership). The article was called Greenhouse gases peak but 'nobody is listening' and it stated that we are on track for a 6°C (11°F) rise, in presumably global average temperature, by the year 2100 unless there is a radical plan to cut emissions soon.
I haven't done a satisfactory amount of research into the impact of a 6°C rise upon Earth's ecosystem and civilisations but there are indications that it could possibly result in the melting of all polar icecaps and permafrost, the latter of which contains a very large amount of methane that is 20 times more powerful in heating our atmosphere than is CO2. That sounds pretty bad to me.
There is a documentary about the effects of a 6°C rise called Six Degrees Could Change The World. Have you seen it and what is your opinion about it and about the effects of a 6 degree rise? It has some interesting facts such as 6 degrees is the temperature difference between the last ice age and now. During the last ice age there was a glacier 1 mile thick covering much of the UK. Its obviously gone now so think about that 1 mile thick glacier being melted by a 6 degree shift upwards and imagine what another 6 degree rise from now to the year 2100 could cause.
Anyway I was passionate enough to write to the newspaper about the only feasible solution to the climate change problem: birth control.
My e-mail letter appeared in the next days edition of the newspaper albeit somewhat shortened. On the subsequent 2 days there were several responses which I found quite interesting. You can read them all by clicking the links below. I think you'll see that some people do have their heads stuck on the correct way but I'm still not sure whether we'll have enough collective sense to avoid the worst-case scenario of primeval type weather systems and dare I say it, a man-made mass extinction event.
- Article that gave me passion: File:Greenhouse gas at peak but nobody listening.pdf
- My e-mail letter: File:Fewer babies less co2.pdf
- The first set of responses to my letter: File:Fewer babies less co2 response1.pdf
- The second set of responses to my letter: File:Fewer babies less co2 response2.pdf
The October 2012 update from the Population Matters website is available to read here: http://www.populationmatters.org/eupdate/eupdate_1012.html
I'm 36 years old. From the age of 33 until just recently I have had skin problems, initially on my hands, and later on my face and even later really bad dandruff. You can call it contact dermatitis or eczema.
The cause, I am convinced now, was malnutrition. I wrote "was" because the condition was cured by the advice given by FIGU and the Plejaren. Advice that I only recently started taking seriously. You may call me unwise for not doing this earlier and you would be correct, but since I started taking 1000mg of vitamin C (an effervescent tablet dissolved in water) which equates to the ET advice of 14mg per 1 Kg of body weight, and a multivitamin that consisted of some zinc (uncertain of quantity but probably about 10mg), the skin problem with my hands and face has disappeared. It disappeared over a period of perhaps 6 months.
I weigh 88Kg and I am 1.8m tall.
I also had really bad dandruff that persisted even with the above mentioned vitamin C 1000mg + multivitamin until I boosted my vitamin C intake by another 400mg and my zinc by another 30mg (2 x tablet with 200mg vit. C and 15mg zinc). The ET advice for vitamins and minerals is to take more if there are health problems that need to be addressed. Some tablets are also poor quality so experimentation may be required so that positive results are obtained. My true vitamin and mineral intake may actually be less than the above values because I may have been taking poor quality tablets.
This is extraterrestrial health advice that works! Perhaps to save money, try cheap tablets first and if results are poor, try the expensive stuff.
Thanks go to FIGU and Plejaren.
Here's to a healthier mankind, cheers!
P.S. How much poison does microwaving rice in water, inside a plastic bowl with the lid off for 15 minutes, using a 700watt oven create, please?
Michael Horn wrote on 9th December 2011:
On the night of October 3, at about 10:00 PM, right before I was going to go to bed I had the funny feeling to go outside my front door.
It was completely black outside but I noticed what I at first thought was a star in the sky to my upper left. But then I realized that there were thick tree branches with leaves in that area (which I again confirmed in the morning). The light started to move, to smoothly descend in a gradual angle down and to the left. I then thought that maybe it was a firefly or lightening bug but immediately realized that there was no flickering and no natural movement like the kind that a flying bug would make. Everything was very smooth and controlled.
The light was whitish with perhaps a slight blueish tint around it. It was slightly oval, silent and, since I at first thought it was a star and then a lightening bug, it wasn't very large. It had started to move when I paid attention to it and I recall that at the very first some fear arose in me that I then put aside.
It then occurred to me that it could be a small telemeter disk from the Plejaren, as are also sometimes seen at the center. So the first question that I asked Billy when we met was about this. He confirmed that it was probably a telemeter disk.
On the 29th August 2011 I wrote an e-mail to these 9 organisations and academics requesting an assessment of the tree in the photo below and received zero responses. Make of it what you will; ignorance of the unknown, fear of ridicule, fear of time wasting, fear of loss of employment, fear of loss of funding etc. but its a little disappointing that they didn't even have the courtesy to even respond and decline my request. Would I need to pay some forestry expert to comment on this photograph? If I did then what would that then say about the honesty of their paid-opinion? Do I need to rephrase my request? Can you help me get some honest answers? Can you ask some experts in your country, please? Maybe you'll have more success than I...
I wrote to my lovely country's Department for Education to see if they have a safety net in place for our morality. The answer comes down to this:
Therefore, the only compulsory elements of the PSHE curriculum are sex education in secondary schools, and schools should also teach pupils about the effects of drugs (including alcohol, tobacco, volatile substance and medicines) within the statutory science programmes of study. (full e-mail at end)
Therefore, schools in the UK do not have a statutory obligation to teach about the negative effects of greed. Some probably do but do they all? I don't know but I wouldn't bet on it. To find out I'd have to e-mail every single one of them and that could take ages.
The most important documentary on the extraterrestrial topic ever produced during our modern civilisation is now free to view on youtube. The Silent Revolution of Truth explains the history behind the man who has had (and is still having) face-to-face and telepathic communications with extraterrestrial human beings who hail from various star systems, including Lyra, Vega and Tayget. It also explains the various forms of evidence that prove beyond reasonable doubt that he is a man of truth.
I wrote that its the most important ET documentary ever produced because, in my opinion, it provides access to information crucial to the success of our consciousness evolution. This information is from two sources: a personality of the oldest spirit form on Earth (Eduard Meier, 60 billion+ years old) and the descendants of the old "gods" who were on Earth in large numbers until 2000 years ago but that are millions of years ahead of us in their consciousness evolution (the Plejaren). We could learn a lot from these peaceful and wise people.
I should also mention the other fine documentaries in the Video section, some of which are also very valuable in content such as Contact.
Once again I have managed to have a letter published in a national newspaper (in Scotland only, 127,000 copies printed) in the hope that it may help people to learn about some of information that is presented by FIGU.
In this particular letter I highlighted the impossibility of completely safe electricity production from nuclear reactors and the risk from the overdue massive solar flare activity.
I sent a letter about the self-worth that employment gives people, to the Metro newspaper on the 23rd May 2011 in response to someone else who had mentioned that the unemployed, who receive a small allowance or benefit from the government while they are unemployed, should be forced to work for it. In the UK we have a problem whereby millions of people are unemployed for a long time, years in fact. As you can imagine this causes problems for them, their children and society as a whole.
From a BBC News article published on 19th May 2011 comes the following extract:
First results from a major astronomical survey using a cutting-edge technique appear to have confirmed the existence of mysterious dark energy. Dark energy makes up some 74% of the Universe and its existence would explain why the Universe appears to be expanding at an accelerating rate.
Interesting. But, hold on a minute, way back in 1989, Quetzal the several hundred year old male Plejaren had already made the following statement to Eduard Albert Meier:
...our universe - as naturally also every other - consists not only of coarse-matter material, rather also of pure energies, of which one is black energy, as we call it, and is responsible for a certain form of anti-gravity in the material universe and, according to estimates, constitutes three fifths of all universal energies...
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"The amount of methane currently coming out of the East Siberian Arctic Shelf is comparable to the amount coming out of the entire world's oceans," said Shakhova, a researcher at UAF's International Arctic Research Center. "Subsea permafrost is losing its ability to be an impermeable cap."
Methane is a greenhouse gas more than 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide.
Another sign of accelerating climate change and a suggestion that our figures are wrong and need recalculating.
Yes you read it right. England (that's England, Europe for you foreigners) has just experienced it's warmest April since records began for that country 350 years ago. I kid you not. Not only that, it's the warmest UK average for 100 years when records began for the UK as whole. To put 350 years into context, 1658 was the year that Oliver Cromwell died. He was the parliamentarian (a "roundhead") that led the overthrow of the English monarchy and temporarily turned England into a republic! That happened 38 years after the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, England for Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620 to put it into perspective for you Yanks!
Why is it happening? What does this mean? I don't completely understand the physics behind it but there is a clue in the article. It says "The reason for the warm spring sunshine has been the persistence of high pressure systems dominating the weather pattern. These highs have been anchored across, or just to the east, of the UK. As a result, southeasterly winds have brought the warm air up from the near continent and at times from as far away as the Sahara." So the position of some high pressure area has now changed this April, possibly for the first time 350 years? What is causing the new positioning of this high pressure system? I don't know is the honest answer. Do you? It's obvious though, that the planetary weather system is changing and causing greater grief for mankind globally. New weather and other nature-related record-highs are being set over and over. And yet there are still those who couldn't care less...do you care? What are you doing about it? What are you going to do about it? Does it affect you? Will it affect you in your next life? I think the answer to the last question is that it definitely will affect you in this life and the next. That's my personal opinion.
Today I installed the Wikilog extension for MediaWiki. That means it should be easier to create and manage blog posts for multiple blogs on this site. Now I just have to figure out how to style the blog page nicely and import the previous blog posts that are basic Wiki pages.
Anyone can create their own blog on future of mankind by creating a page called Blog:TheirName e.g. If you are called Fred Bloggs then you can type into your web browser's address the following : http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/Blog:FredBloggs and then in the resulting page, click the "Wikilog" menu option at the top-right then click the "Create this wikilog" link in the middle area then the "Save page" button. It will then show up in the Special:Wikilog page. Then a new blog post would be created by going to Blog:FredBloggs then click on the "Wikilog" menu option to get to the form where you type in a title for the new blog post.
A year ago I asked the British UFO Research Association why they didn't have any information about The Meier Case. Their science officer, Richard Conway, gave the reason that it was because they preferred to investigate British cases only. But he also wrote that they would add some information when they go through their site redesign. Last week I decided to see if they've added any information about it to their website as it's been a whole year since the last correspondence. Nothing has yet been added so I reminded them of it. Richard wrote that he thought The Meier Case was like The UMMO Case and that both were probably a hoax even though he admitted to only reading one book about The Meier Case (he hasn't said which one yet) and thus risked being branded a moron.
This freely available graphic novel is interesting to read and the artwork is quite nicely done too.
I recommend it to everyone who appreciates not just art and storyline, but also wisdom through knowledge.
Here are links to all three episodes just in case you missed some: