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The K-Files


Welcome back to another week's installment of The K-Files. The 'Files have been a bit sporadic as of late on account of illness (both mine and those near me) and a hectic work load. But fear not, for you are mere seconds away from another helping of esoteric commentary.

This week, the Top Story covers that infamous Texas professor's view on overpopulation. Next, I present to you more scientists trying to disprove the Bible for no reason. Finally, I've got an article detailing the recent brightening of the sun.

Youíd better get ready, Ďcause here come the K-FilesÖ

:: Top Story ::

Ok, but you need to start us off.

Professor criticized over comments about overpopulation

Copyright 2006 Associated Press 

A Texas biology professor's concern that there are too many humans on the planet has at least one critic calling for a downsizing -- starting with him.

Eric Pianka says the Earth would be better off if there were fewer people using up natural resources and destroying habitats. 

The University of Texas professor has been in the crosshairs of talk radio and blogs after a Texas newspaper reported Sunday on two speeches he made last month to scientists and students. The report suggested that he advocates death for most of the human population, but Pianka says his words were taken out of context.

Well, just about every other blogger out there has had their way with this now infamous biology professor, but now its Khyronís turn. 

For that unfortunate and uninformed group that doesnít follow the shenanigans of Coast to Coast AM, this concept of genocide to prevent overpopulation must seem like a big deal. However, as presented by government watchdogs like Alex Jones, the ultimate goal of the NWO shadow government is to bring down the Earthís population by 90%. 

Itís a troubling concept to be sure, so Iíve been wondering why this Texas professor would go out and say such things publicly. I think that this whole mess about blogs and radio personalities criticizing the man and labeling him as some kind of inhuman monster is far too over exaggerated, but could this be a case of hidden desensitization by the NWO?  

Yeah, probably not. More like some college professor saying something shocking to get some attention. But all I have to say on the subject is that people come first. Overpopulation and the division of resources is a problem, but when we start deciding who is and isnít deserving of life, we walk a slippery slope indeed. 

:: Miracles ::

Give it a rest.

Jesus may have walked on ice, not water

Copyright 2006 by United Press International 

Florida State University scientists say its more likely Jesus walked on a patch of floating ice than on water, as described in the New Testament. 

Oceanography Professor Doron Nof says his research points to a rare combination of optimal water and atmospheric conditions for development of a unique, localized freezing phenomenon that Nof and his co-authors call "springs ice." 

So whatís the deal with scientists trying to prove the Bible fake? Seriously. Is there nothing better for oceanographers to do than come up with elaborate explanations for ancient miracles? 

It's just like with the parting of the Red Sea. A couple years back a bunch of scientists came out saying something about how the tides and winds and some other such combination of natural effects could have caused the sea to be shallow enough to cross. Now thereís this Ďexplanationí about how Jesus was able to walk on water. 

Now, call me a bit cynical, but doesnít ďa rare combination of optimal water and atmospheric conditions for development of a unique, localized freezing phenomenonĒ sound just as far-fetched? 

Give it a rest, guys. I donít think youíre going to be changing anyoneís minds anytime soon. 

:: Global Warming ::

Brighter sun adds to fears of climate change

The Sunday Times - March 26, 2006 

THE amount of sunshine reaching earth is increasing, accelerating the pace of climate change, scientists have found.

A series of independent studies around the world show a significant rise in the amount of sunshine penetrating the atmosphere to be absorbed by the earthís surface and turned into heat.

I heard Ian mention this topic on Coast to Coast Live the other week. Itís certainly an interesting concept. 

Being far too young to be able to have enough years under my belt to remember a time when the sun shone differently, I canít comment on the phenomena personally, but it is rather fascinating. And I think it adds more credence to the belief that global warming isnít all just a sign of how terrible mankind is.  

Speaking of loud-mouthed professors (see above), Iíve mentioned one of my own in the past. Iíve had to endure a couple more global warming rants since then and, I must say, if I never hear another sentence on the subject in my life, I will die a happy man. If the purpose of such ranting and doom-saying is to increase public awareness and concern, then mission: failed.

:: Dead End ::


Well, that's all for this week. I hope you enjoyed your trip into this realm of impossibility known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, coming at you next week.

~Khyron, 2006.


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