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What is to become of our TYPE 0 Civilisation, according to Michio Kaku - C-SPAN.

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« on: October 13, 2010, 03:07:16 pm »

In Depth with Michio Kaku
Oct 3, 2010

Michio Kaku, Astrophysicist and would be Oracle To the illuminati, shares with us a 3-hr C-SPAN of his insights and generic wisdoms ... about Global Warming preventing our transition from a TYPE 0 (not interesting or famous enough for kaku) civilisation to a TYPE 1 (Brutal dicatorship, exterminating it's 'terrorist' opponents, as-per Star-Trek's prediction of 'The Eugenics Wars'). He claims to get all his predictions 'bang-on' because like Jones, he talks to the real scientists behind these developments, in the same way Jules Verne got to predict desk-top computers and an internet like system of global communication ...

"The Hunter is dangerous, the hunter can kill the deer, the hunter wants to kill the deer, the hunter wants to eat the deer ...".

No, I don't, as I think you're likely too full of radiaoactive fallout from the Hiroshima/Nagasaki drops.

Tune in and share the deep knowledge of the enlightened ones, that vaguely resemble Native American Injuns.
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