In a new op-ed piece in the New York Times, two concerned, highly qualified science writers, S. Elizabeth Birnbaum and Jacqueline Savitz, express their concern for the damage done by the BP Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, four years ago. They also express concern for the possibility of new damage from present and future drilling, etc.
Of course soon after the disaster, Billy Meier published information given to him by the Plejaren that already revealed the true extent of the damage, much of which still remains unknown to, or suppressed by, scientists today. The now being reported effects on wildlife are still not fully understood, as is the damage that will continue to the environment, human beings, the food chain, etc. (Meier was also immediately informed of the true extent of the damage regarding the Fukushima disaster, which also is now only beginning to be revealed.)
We are now seeing more and more of the effects of human irresponsibility despite the decades of specific warnings from Meier about the consequences of manmade damage to the environment. His unheeded information, from 1976, about the terrible consequences of extracting petroleum, gas, ores, etc., from the Earth has no led to an irreversible chain of circumstances and events, including the increased frequency and intensity of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, exactly as he first predicted in 1951 and 1958 as well.
And while scientists absolutely abhor any mention of “prophecies and predictions” – although they and others such as weathermen, stock and sports analysts, engineers, pilots, astrophysicists, etc., make “projections”, theories and estimates based on known data all the time – the inescapable fact is that the majority of humankind has abrogated it’s self-responsibility, relied on imaginary gods and delusional religions, false, power hungry leaders, and dead-end political charades, all of which has led to additional Orwellian consequences.
And no, pushing “Delete” will not make all of this go away.
Thanks to Gregory O’Brien for the information.