And it’s speeding down a dead-end road
There’s an interesting article titled The World’s Leading Driver of Climate Change: Animal Agriculture by our old friend Andy. As you’ll see, Andy puts the main blame for climate change on animal agriculture and the methane gas produced therefrom. Major contributor that it is, for some unknown reason he neglects to state that animal agriculture is actually only the passenger in that vehicle, which is really driven by overpopulation. Another element to this story is that virtually all of Andy’s footnotes pertain to articles dated well after 2000.
Considering that Andy is not only familiar with, but a relatively new opponent of, the Billy Meier case and its information there are some curiosities, and perhaps some playing it very safe as well. It’s long been known that Meier forewarned about climate change, global warming, etc., as far back as 1951, which only the most hardcore, irrational skeptics, such as Andy’s easily refuted mentor have denied*.
In fact, even a recent Pentagon report** unknowingly confirmed and corroborated Meier’s information. And while the concern about methane gas as a major contributor to atmospheric destruction is correct, the information from the Plejaren about the full extent of the danger, i.e. of a potential atmospheric collapse is unknown to most scientists…but not to Andy, who’s studied the Meier information, which also hammers away at overpopulation, logically, being the underlying cause for virtually all our woes.
In 2013, Andy authored this regarding Meier, “From the Huff Post article: ‘Yes a modern-day Galileo may be out there with paradigm-shifting ideas that will at some point overturn huge pieces of existing science.’ Indeed. Oh Teddy TED, why not be the ones to introduce this ‘modern-day Galileo’ to the world and have Michael Horn on your program to present the Billy Meier case???!!!”
He made dozens of comments openly recognizing and supporting the Meier case, as well as Rhal Zahi’s WCUFO photo analysis authenticating the craft, etc.
Real Life Is…Messy
Then in January 2015, Andy apparently became convinced that the skeptic had shown that Meier must have backdated information on some information and so he aligned himself with the skeptical views. Our exchanges became contentious as I hammered away at some very important considerations, such as that the overwhelming evidence favored Meier’s honesty, character, accuracy, etc. I also pointed out that the means, motive and opportunity, the real, known and proven circumstances spanning decades, must be considered and established if one was to accurately evaluate if Meier was a hoaxer, etc. And equally important was that in real life there are often messy real life errors, inconsistencies, etc.
In the Meier case it’s long been known that people stole, falsified and manipulated photos to try to discredit Meier. It’s also known that the transcription and translation process is itself a monumental task, beginning with Meier’s telepathically receiving the content of the German language conversations he had with the Plejaren – in symbols – that simultaneously transcribing and typing out (back into German) the content at speeds of up to 100 words per minute…with one hand.
Can we cut the guy a little slack if some errors are made in this super-human process?
In fact, there is a process of checking and corrections once Meier has transcribed the contact…but sometimes even these need to have further corrections because human beings are involved and wherever human beings are involved things can –and will – get screwed up.
But Andy decided to throw the baby out with the bath water because the skeptic knew better. The skeptic, who apparently has the luxury of living an error free life, applied not only skepticism but cynicism and blanketly determined not only that Meier’s evidence was hoaxed and that his information was “not reliable” but also that Meier was “untrustworthy”, a most preposterous, unsubstantiated defamation, easily and completely refuted by Meier’s open book of a life, spanning almost 80 years.
Andy didn’t question the character and motives of the skeptic, a rather secretive individual himself, who chose to hide his true feelings about the case while masquerading as a neutral proponent of “pro and con”. Since his work is so flawed and skewed against all established evidence, reason and real life considerations, was there another agenda at play? Was the skeptic seeking an opportunity to elevate himself, profit and become some kind of a minor celebrity? Did he have issues in his own life with perfectionism; was he burdened by…parents with overly high expectations and demands of him, etc.?
Whereas some of these questions wouldn’t be raised simply because someone was skeptical of the Meier case, they are appropriate because of the rather unusual, unforgiving and unrealistic demands of the skeptic – who’s chosen to attack not only the evidence but Meier’s character. Can the details of his own life withstand the kind of scrutiny and demands that he intends to impose on others? Is there even sufficient content and life experience to consider and evaluate about…him? These questions are also quite appropriate because we’ve previously seen similar behaviors from skeptic and proven liar, Kal Korff.
The Dilemma, Digital and Otherwise
While the internet can be great for gathering information, it doesn’t – and can’t – guarantee that the people that use it know how to…think. Nor does it guarantee that people will be able to weigh and determine the preponderance of evidence, make logical deductions, etc. And a consequence of both relying solely on informational searches, and flawed interpretations of them, is that such things can nudge an otherwise reasonable person away from the truth, if their own thinking abilities are not sufficiently matured.
The stakes are so high now that if someone who’s a student of science knows the truth and is then nudged off course, decides to play it safe, and therefore either rejects or hides accurate information that is already suppressed by scientists, etc., the actual losses to humanity are huge. I hope that Andy will be courageous enough to do his part to help avert the complete fulfillment of the prophecies, which we already know are of absolutely no concern to the profit-hungry scientists.
Maybe he can help turn the car off the dead-end road it’s speeding down.
*NOTE: Both the Preliminary and Supplementary Investigation Reports, with the very lengthy report on the photographing of the UFO, by four different people, using four different cameras and types of film, developed in four different laboratories are available here.
**Here is the comparison between the things Meier foretold pertaining to the environment and what the Pentagon considers “threat multipliers”: