But then that inspires the question, Why would "mans Industrialization" act in such a way?daniel wrote: Man's impact is substantial. Take a look at the amount of EM energy being transmitted through global power distribution grids, cell phone towers, radio, television... and if you think the oceans escape that, look up the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch", running from California to Japan--almost the entire north Pacific stuffed full of decaying plastic.
The LMs did intervene with ecological problems in the distant past... back then, they were called "miracles." But man's industrialization of the planet now prevents their technology from working here in most places, so we have to clean up our own mess.
They've developed technology and transversed space, were well adept to not only defend themselves but win an all out war against the SM's, but can't overcome the fact the mans primitive(by comparison) technology somehow interferes with their ability to intervene...? I in no way would expect them to solve all problems on our behalf, however to the save the Earth and it's ecosystems seems to be another manner altogether.
I take it you mean that maybe the globalists and their developed advanced technology somehow invalidates their operating technology of today?
Yeah, I was actually quite surprised as the 'garbage patch' story was being covered on many news outlets recently... I seem to remember some time ago reading about a possible solution creating a bacteria that has a special affinity in breaking down plastics and releasing it into the environment. What would be your thoughts on this? It Might have some unintended consequences of it's own would be my guess, with the bacteria mutating or acting in alternative ways that it could spread and cause untold damage...