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Posts Tagged ‘humanoids’

Here’s a ‘Jupiter-Level’ Mandate for Earth

Posted by feww on December 18, 2018


  • TIA [September 24, Confidential 10]
  • RNR [December 3, Confidential 10]
  • GTEG [December 11, Confidential 10]  –  Q&A Session 1
  • OPGA [December 18, Confidential 10]

Nominated Groups:

  • CJ
  • UUT
  • IGE
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Report: ‘Jupiter-Level’ Mandate for Earth

Earth Dwellers Incapable of Evolving Further 

Massive plethora of evidence suggest the great majority of earth dwellers are subspecies of humanoids whose evolutionary development curves have flattened. They’re incapable of evolving further.

[FIRE-EARTH Report: “Jupiter-Level Mandate for Earth” was Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

  • The report is available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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FIRE-EARTH Report: Back from the Future

Posted by feww on August 3, 2017

  • All Group


Only one in 4,000 humanoids biologically capable of cultivating ecological conscience

[Issued by FIRE-EARTH Science Team.]

  • Details via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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Garbage Dump Space!

Posted by feww on February 16, 2009

You’d be wrong, of course, if you thought Earth was the only place transformed to a garbage dump by the planet’s most intelligent species!

This computer-generated image released by the European Space Agency (ESA) on April 15, 2008 shows trackable objects in Low Earth Orbit (LOE) around Earth. There are now more than 12,000 objects that are monitored in orbit, 11,500 pieces of which are in low Earth orbit, which is at an altitude of between 800 and 1,500 kilometres (500 and 950 miles), where there are many commercial, military, scientific and navigational satellites. In low orbit, debris can stay adrift for decades before they eventually burn up in Earth’s atmosphere. Another 1,147 pieces are in geostationary orbit, about satellite orbits in the direction of the Earth’s rotation, at an altitude of approximately 35,786 km (22,240 miles), where telecommunications satellites are typically deployed. Image: Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. Caption: DayLife. Image may be subject to copyright.

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