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Ethical Extraterrestrials, the Global Oxygen Supply and Big Oil

by Dr. John Singh

  Alleged humanoid ethical extraterrestrial
 

Alleged humanoid ethical extraterrestrial from the 'Ummo' planet.
Editorial reference, LINK .

What happens when humans continue to pursue a capitalist economic system, that destroys vital oxygen-producing organisms from phytoplankton, to trees in fragile rainforest ecosystems? That is an easy one, yeh. The result would be a decreasing supply of oxygen in Earth's atmosphere, in relationship to other toxic gases. The greed-driven Petroleum-based economies of the Western World has put humanity and other life much closer to the brink, than what "mainstream" environmental groups would care to admit.

The Petroleum-based economies carry the cost of starving the Earth of vital oxygen, eventually making our planet's inhospitable to humans, and other biological organisms. How do you like the thought of a future of dead oceans, and humans having to rely on oxygen machines that are supplied by the same group of corporations which are responsible for destroying Earth's oxygen supply in the first place? But, after all, isn't that what our capitalist system is all about? That is, they create layers of exploitation on top of exploitation in pursuit of avarice, and insatiable commercial profit, and ego-driven power?

The National Geographic documents the following on the production of vitally need oxygen on our planet.

 

In the process of photosynthesis, phytoplankton release oxygen into the water. Half of the world's oxygen is produced via phytoplankton photosynthesis. The other half is produced via photosynthesis on land by trees, shrubs, grasses, and other plants. LINK

The New Scientist magazine further observes that:

 

As the Earth's oceans warm, the masses of tiny plants growing at their surface is declining, say U.S. researchers. Their results show that the productivity of global oceans is tightly linked to climate change and has steadily decreased between 1999 and 2004.

  Global Oxygen Supply
 

Humanity's Petroleum-based economies are depleting vital oxygen producing ecosystems on our planet Earth. The continued destruction of oxygen producing phytoplankton in Earth's oceans, and rainforest areas threatens to render the surface of planet Earth inhospitable without the use of astronaut-like space suits or alternatively "biodome" structures with artificially produced oxygen.

The team was led by Michael Behrenfeld, at Oregon State University, U.S., and used a sensor on NASA's SeaWiFS satellite to measure different shades of green in the ocean allowed them to watch how chlorophyll in the oceans ebbed and flowed over the past 10 years. They looked at how these changes fitted changes in ocean temperatures and the predictions of computer models.

Their research, published in Nature, revealed two phases. Between 1997 and 1998, the amount of phytoplankton in the seas rose. At this time, the oceans were cooling after the strongest ever El Niño, which had warmed ocean temperatures.

From 1999 to 2004, there was a general warming of the oceans and, the images from space revealed, a persistent decrease in phytoplankton. In some regions, the drops in ocean productivity were often over 30%. Globally, the reductions meant that, between 1999 and 2004, about 190 million tonnes of carbon per year were not absorbed by the tiny plants and converted into organic matter. After 2004, there was a small upturn in productivity. LINK

Alex Collier, an alleged contactee of alleged Ethical Extraterrestrials suggests that our planet Earth is at a near critical Oxygen level.

 

The oxygen level in the atmosphere of the planet is less than 18%. It is approximately between 16.5 and 17.7% at any time, anywhere on the planet. This is significant. I want you to know that 3,500 years ago, the oxygen level was 35%. In order to survive, the human body needs to breathe an atmosphere that has at least 15% oxygen content. That is basic biology. The Andromedans say that unless we change our ways of behaving, with all of the industrialization and what we are doing to the planet, we have less than 40 years of oxygen left.

Big Oil companies
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Yes, free energy has been withheld from us. We have been lied to, cheated and manipulated. If you go back to the 1960's and look at the peace marches about nuclear energy, etc., and look at the environment now, you will see that it got worse. The governments are going to try and use this against us -- they are going to try and blame us for the result of their greed that has propagated this problem. What did we do?

We made fun of the hippies and people who participated in peace movements. We treated them as a bunch of crackpots. Now, if you look back, you can see that they were right. We have over 150,000 nuclear weapons on this planet, with plutonium that is deadly for 12,000 years. Where are you going to put that stuff.? We all know this, but we do nothing and walk the path of convenience. We've all been trained like good little sheep to walk the path of convenience.

Money is a useful tool to create freedom, but it is not God and it is not master. You are about to find out.

Do you think that maintaining the capitalist system is worth the price of a prospective future of suffocation on our planet Earth's surface? The depletion of the oxygen supply is a critical threat to the quality of survival of humanity on Earth.

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