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Public acclimation on UFOs helps understandingby Steve Hammons
Posted: 00:08 December 19, 2008
The new movie The Day the Earth Stood Still can be interpreted as creative fiction, film nostalgia, Hollywood hype or even a reflection of real truths about the current conditions facing the human race.
Is it also another step in public acclimation and preparedness about actual situations?
The film is the latest in a long line of movies, TV shows, non-fiction books, fact-based novels and other creative works that explore visitation to Earth by beings we do not fully understand and situations that are beyond our complete understanding.
The Day the Earth Stood Still
In addition, other phenomena that may be science fiction or science fact are often looked at in conjunction with the topic of unidentified flying objects (UFOs), extraterrestrial visitation and similar subjects.
These related topics include ideas and speculation about advanced technology, space travel, time travel, the existence of co-existing dimensions, an afterlife and angels, extrasensory perception (ESP), telepathy and similar ideas.
Another part of discussions and questions about these kinds of phenomena include reports, rumors and assumptions regarding activities by Earth governments, groups and researchers who are dealing with these kinds of things.
What kinds of activities are going on? How are they being conducted and why might various people and groups be involved in them?
What is the involvement of average people in such topics and why might their involvement be relevant or important?
Some reports and accounts over the years allege a realization among certain elements of defense, scientific and social science communities that average people need to be prepared to deal with new discoveries and situations.
According to this line of thinking, a safe and steady preparation of the general population might be the best way to acclimate people about developments that could be quite surprising.
Mass media platforms such as movies, TV, books and other methods could be helpful in opening minds and helping people think about these ideas about unusual, though possibly very natural, phenomena.
However, discoveries in quantum physics, military and intelligence research into ESP, classified operations related to UFOs and similar activities might have triggered more questions than answers.
Presenting complete disclosure to the public could be quite difficult because the investigation of these kinds of situations may be ongoing.
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