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ZetaTalk: Space Dust, Alive?

 
Nancy Lieder
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ZetaTalk: Space Dust, Alive?
ZetaTalk: Space Dust, Alive?
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Life, of course, is everywhere, as we have explained, emerging on diverse worlds ( [link to www.zetatalk.com] carbon or silicon based or emerging on worlds humans would consider too poisonous ( [link to www.zetatalk.com] for life. Gaseous planets support life, on occasion, nor is DNA, per se, required. Crystals develop, start and grow, but are not considered life. Why? Because mobility is utterly lacking, and thus any ability for conscious thought as independence from the environment is not possible. A tree lacks mobility but is alive, because it reacts to attacks against itself by healing its wounds and seeks to perpetuate itself by leaning into the sunlight. Life defends itself, perpetuates itself, and seeks to grow by accumulation. With mobility comes intelligence, scarcely needed otherwise. With intelligence can come consciousness, the awareness of the self as distinct from other life. We have stated that life evolves naturally ( [link to www.zetatalk.com] on many planets, those that can sustain life, and the numbers are far beyond what man imagines possible. Some type of liquidity is invariably a necessity for the start of life, so the chemicals required can encounter each other. This may be a liquid or a gaseous state. That said, why would dust from a meteor appear to be alive, a form of life in any case, celular?

Most of the meteors that sling past Earth are from the solar system, despite what human astronomers declare. As we have stated, comets, the dirty snowballs that outgas brilliantly as they round the Sun, are vestiges of a couple dozen planets that rode the Asteroid Belt in the past, water planets almost to a one, and lifebearing. The Asteroid Belt holds the majority of the magma from those planets, which burst into space and hardened into odd shapes. If life had begun, on all those planets, what stage of development were they in? Life, whether it evolves naturally or is seeding to expedite the process, does not develop in a day. It develops in steps and stages. One stage is in place before the next step can be taken. DNA supports the ability of life to replicate itself and carry forward the dictates of biological function. Since man comes late to examining his own beginnings, he cannot determine if DNA arrived before the cell, or the cell was in place before the DNA. The assumption is that DNA came first, links forming in some kind of primordial soup, and the cell developed later as a protective device. Now, they know otherwise.

DNA in a soup would be subject to assault, continually, and thus not perpetuate itself with any certainty. Life does not develop in chaos, but rather where a soup with rich ingredients exist. Complex molecules form in nature, as an example, the petrochemicals ( [link to www.zetatalk.com] that form over the heat of volcanoes, or during lightning storms. The cell body does not dissipate without DNA, as human scientists know. It feeds, and continues. It does this without assistance, as long as the soup it finds itself in allowed growth. Death of a cell occurs only when it is attacked, exposed to attack, so that the molecular functions that allowed it to form and retain form are disrupted. The evidence dropped to Earth was encased in an asteroid chunk that protected the molecular composition of these cells from the formerly life bearing planets in the Asteroid Belt. They thus had no reason to die. But as the shape clearly presents, this was a stage of life prior to DNA insertion, the next stage. DNA naturally forming in primordial pools needs a nest, a shelter. With cells about, it can migrate through the skin of a cell to interior chambers, which it does today. Is this not what the virus does, when infecting a cell? Is this not what RNA does when it travels between cells, communicating?

Signs of the Times 1529
Skepticism greets claim of possible alien microbes [Jan 5] [link to www.world-science.net] ‘A paper to appear in a scientific journal claims a strange red rain might have dumped microbes from space onto Earth four years ago. At least 50,000 kg (55 tons) of the particles have fallen in all. People on the streets found their cloths stained by red raindrops. In a few places the concentration of particles were so great that the rainwater appeared almost like blood. The particles look like one-celled organisms and are about 4 to 10 thousandths of a millimeter wide, somewhat larger than typical bacteria. The particles seem to lack a nucleus, the core DNA-containing compartment that animal and plant cells have, the researchers wrote. Chemical tests indicated they also lacked DNA, the gene-carrying molecule that most types of cells contain. The outer envelope seems to contain an inner capsule, which in some places appears to be detached from the outer wall to form an empty region inside the cell. Further, there appears to be a faintly visible mucus layer present on the outer side of the cell. The major constituents of the red particles are carbon and oxygen. Carbon is the key component of life on Earth. Silicon is most prominent among the minor constituents of the particles; other elements found were iron, sodium, aluminum and chlorine. The red rain phenomenon first started in Kerala after a meteor airburst event, which occurred on 25th July 2001. Alive or dead, the particles have some staying power, if the paper is correct. Even after storage in the original rainwater at room temperature without any preservative for about four years, no decay or discolouration of the particles could be found.’
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then they ridicule you,
then they fight you,
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OK, I'm not really sure what Nancy is rambling on about here. I mean, everthing she just spewed has been speculated for years, It isn't anything new and we certainly didn't need the "Zeats" to tell us this.

Not to worry, I'm sure "elle" and "User 78/68" will be along to suck it all up and worship at Nancy's feet.
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Zeta Talk is bsflag
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Interesting nevertheless. Thanks Nancy.
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Another big pile of steamy Zeta Shit. Come up with something origional. Atleast your Planet X, all be it a lie, was origional.
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Spacedust, m state orms, the mana of the universe
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If the SAME SIX FUCKING POSTERS who never have ANYTHING TO SAY ABOUT ANY SUBJECT THAT DOES NOT INVOLVE PLANET X would stop showing up to goad her on, maybe the bitch would stop posting once and for all...

I know you all enjoy the (cheap) fleeting feeling of mental superiority...but it's like beating up on a retard.
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I thought you had a stroke Lieder or were dying in the hospital or something.
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will zeta confirm this ?
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It must be since that is obviously what your head is full off! :zkk_exanis:
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You guys may not subscribe to the Planet X stuff. Not sure I do either.

But why in the hell do you have to be so cruel? Holy shit Sherlock. People have a right to post without you morons attacking them.
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Hey Nancy:

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Hey Nancy, another year has gone by and, as I
predicted, still no Planet eX. Once again I
make the same prediction. One year from now
your imaginary planet will continue to be a
no show. In fact, I have also predicted that
it will never show up. I have a 100% accuracy
track record. You, on the other hand, haven't
predicted anything that scientists weren't
warning about 15 years ago.

Two years ago you said "months, not years".
Was that just another of your many lies?

headbang
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"You guys may not subscribe to the Planet X stuff. Not sure I do either.

But why in the hell do you have to be so cruel? Holy shit Sherlock. People have a right to post without you morons attacking them."

GLP dear Watson lmao
Life Is But A Dream!!
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"But why in the hell do you have to be so cruel?"

You obviously don't know the whole "picture" and track record of Nancy LIEDer.
She too can, and has been, one CRUEL PERSON TO OTHERS THAT SHOW HER UP FOR WHAT SHE IS... bsflag mixed with other researchers WORK!!
Life Is But A Dream!!
Therefore, "'Tis better to have dreamed and lost than never to have dreamed at all."
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It's entertaining to watch her fantasy of becoming a Queen after the Pole Shift never materialize.

You can't trust an Alien's empty promises.
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and thus the chemtrails to absorb them?
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Nancy never reads her posts after she posts them. She just posts and leaves.
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01/06/2006 11:27 PM
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Very interesting post Nancy. Was this in response to a question to the Zetas? Or is it something they think we should know about?
Too bad there aren't many scientific minds around here, someone who studies such things would find this post very useful.
Just curious, why did you post this and what is it we should know- will something be coming to earth or is it already here?
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bump
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nospam protest nospam
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bsflag
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"You guys may not subscribe to the Planet X stuff. Not sure I do either.

But why in the hell do you have to be so cruel? "

Speaking of cruelty:

"May all you blind idiots gurgle slowly as the flood tide rises, trapped as you lingered too long in your cushy pads and did not heed the warning. OR, alternatively, may you drop from exhaustion while trying to climb painfully to safety with one broken leg dangling uselessly. OR, alternatively, may you find yourself too weak from hunger to resist while your starving pet dog makes a meal of what remains of your flacid butt" -Nancy Lieder, Kook

BTW, it didn't take long for this latest steaming pile of zetashite to sink to the last page.

Sux to be a failed Doomsday Cult Leader.
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You bunch of TWATS

Supporters and non-supporters alike




Nancys MAD
and always has been
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Put something usefull in this area not just some stupid saying..
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Schizo is the word.
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"It's nothing short of breath-taking," said Phillip Cooper, a professor of public administration at Portland State University. "In every case, the White House has interpreted presidential authority as broadly as possible, interpreted legislative authority as narrowly as possible, and pre-empted the judiciary."

In some cases, Bush bluntly informs Congress that he has no intention of carrying out provisions that he considers an unconstitutional encroachment on his authority.

"They don't like some of the things Congress has done so they assert the power to ignore it," said Martin Lederman, a visiting professor at the Georgetown University Law Center. "The categorical nature of their opposition is unprecedented and alarming." The White House says its authority stems from the Constitution, but dissenters say that view ignores the Constitution's careful balance of powers between branches of government.

Because Bush has already claimed broad powers in the war on terror - including the right to bypass existing laws restricting domestic surveillance - legal experts and some members of Congress interpreted the statement to mean that he would ignore the torture ban if he felt it would harm national security."

It is interesting to note also, that the only historical comparison of the last 100 years of a democratically elected Leader of a Western Nation amassing such power to him self was Adolph Hitler of Nazi Germany, and where like the American people of today the Germans of last century allowed this to happen.

To those Americans not preparing themselves for the catastrophic events soon to overtake them it remains to us perplexing, especially in light of these American peoples once proud heritage of self reliance and self protection. And sadly, much too sadly, even to their own Governments warnings to begin preparations they will not listen.

If ever there were even an example of ‘those with eyes who cannot see’ and ‘those with ears who cannot hear’, it is the American people of today.

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whatever
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Interesting!

Thanks Nancy.

Circuit Breaker and Dr Postman should grow up and learn some things for a change. Jumping on every Nancy post as fast as she posts them really show more fear than anything else.
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ZetaTalk: Nancy's Brain, Working?





GLP