TED sells out, after impression of a comeback…

This will be a quick post, as it’s getting late:

TED topic: “Technology forecaster” outlines public/private plans to colonize Mars.

I comment that this might be impacted by data stating that others are already there…

17 April:

Hello Lawrence,

Sol Koppel replied to a comment you made on the talk, “Stephen Petranek: Your kids might live on Mars. Here’s how they’ll survive”!

Sol’s reply begins: “I’d like to see the evidence stating that there are currently humans living in space and on other…”

18 April:

Dear Lawrence Cox,

Your comment (full text below) has been removed according to our TED.com Terms of Use: http://www.ted.com/termsofuse. If you’d like to rephrase your comment and rejoin the conversation, please review our guidelines for community participation: http://www.ted.com/participate/discuss/how-to-guide

Sincerely,
The TED Conversations Team

Full Text:
Your best source for the least-speculative reports on this subject are from Dr. Steven Greer. He’s a New Ager, but also an MD, and has done a very thorough job of documenting the situation.

I also use Remote Viewing data from Courtney Brown. This is more speculative data, but I don’t have a problem with it.

Robert T. James little book “Passport to Past Lives” also touches on this. His data comes from hypnotic regression. Some people think this sort of data are not reliable, but this guy sounds like a very careful practitioner.

There is also Hubbard’s “A History of Man.” This data is based on human memories obtained using Hubbard’s methods, which I judge to be reliable. But most would consider it highly speculative.

For most people, Greer is the place to start. There are other researchers, such as Richard Dolan, who have also dug up extensive documentation. But Greer has the best documentation I know of for how various groups here on Earth are reacting to this realization that we are not alone.

(Second try…)

Dear Lawrence Cox,

Your comment (full text below) has been removed. We’re sorry, but we need comments to remain on-topic to the ideas presented in the talk. If you are interested in rephrasing your comment, we welcome you to review our guidelines for community participation: http://www.ted.com/participate/discuss/how-to-guide

Sincerely,
The TED Conversations Team

Full Text:

Start with Dr. Steven Greer. My other sources are considered inappropriate for the TED community.

I then wrote another reply telling Mr. Koppel that he was on his own…
(Updated the next day:)
…but that got deleted,too. However, not before the automated system captured a part of his intended reply (also deleted)!

Hello Lawrence ,

Sol Koppel replied to a comment you made on the talk, “Stephen Petranek: Your kids might live on Mars. Here’s how they’ll survive”!

Sol’s reply begins: “It’s very clear to me that these so-called administrators are building an impenetrable wall between…”

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