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    Default Re: SURVEY / Is anyone for keeping weapons out of space ?

    Hi yes I was thinking in the same lines prompting me to edit the above and write some more( vis previous post).



    History is written in stones, the dust under our feet but moreso, in the biological and spiritual human beings who are direct or indirect descendants of those who created civilisations that once flourished and were destroyed in ancient wars.

    People of China and India are often very little compared to American people.
    Their small growth was partially for lack of superfeeding and down to malnutrition in last couple thousand years together with what could be called “little minds”.

    These people had to learn to function as little entities with no selves and cope and defend themselves as groups and collectives.

    It does not mean the heros and emperors and their past ancestors were “little”.

    But something could have put an evolution party stopper on their biological line for many thousands of years.
    Yes it could have been an attempt for extraterrestrial cross breeding but more likely, it could have been massive radiation event in the past that would subdue people of many generations to come,
    almost starve them to death and return them to primitive forms of survival and agriculture.

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    Default Re: SURVEY / Is anyone for keeping weapons out of space ?

    agape/ interesting views and observations. thanks

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