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  •  I'm sorry rpaws5, (0+ / 0-)

    I cannot believe this theory. First, it would have to be a MASSIVE undertaking to build a space station with millions of people to keep the secrete. There would have to be training of the people who were chosen to go into space...

    It would be too big of a secrete to keep.

    IMO, it is ALL about the money. The MegaCorps who are paying for the denial industry are only worried that they will not be able to make more and more money.

    "Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell." ~ Edward Abby

    by SaraBeth on Mon Feb 20, 2012 at 04:10:46 AM PST

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    •  You missed the point (0+ / 0-)

      I was attempting to make.  Perhaps this was my fault.  A space station, a biosphere system above or below the ground, here or perhaps on the moon, it makes no difference.  How many individuals it would take to build one of these systems makes no difference.  It wouldn't have to be done in secret.  Perhaps the end purpose would be a secret but you would might never know that.  

      The point I was attempting to make is that the general population might not be made aware if the planet was terminally ill.  If you were officially told that this planet will not be capable of sustaining any life in your or your children's lifetime or perhaps starting as soon as next week, your values would change.  Pandamonium could break out. Hence, the 'deny or ignore game' that is currently being played out politically possibly serves some diversionary purpose.

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