ARE SPACE ALIENS COMING TO DESTROY US?

Written by ARTHUR ZULU


Title: ARE SPACE ALIENS COMING TO DESTROY US?

Author: Arthur Zulu Contact Author: mailto: controversialwriter@yahoo.com Copyright: Copyright © Arthur Zulu 2002 Word Count: 504 Web Address: http://www.1stbooks.com/bookview/10975

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ARE SPACE ALIENS COMING TO DESTROY US?

By Arthur Zulu

The cinema hall was packed full. The audience cheered and laughed atrepparttar 127709 show. Well, for one thing, it was fiction for they know that such thing is impossible in real life. After all, here they are, seated without any invading men from space.

But wait a minute. Space invaders? Yes, call them ETís, little green men, or any other name. That cinema show may be for real. Because some people believe that one fateful day, extraterrestrials will seizerepparttar 127710 earth.

Come to think of it. Inrepparttar 127711 history of civilization when hasrepparttar 127712 nations not been at each otherís throat? Fromrepparttar 127713 ancient to modern times. And with sophisticated weapons. Inrepparttar 127714 end, some nations have been wiped out, while others have emerged. Show me Babylon. Show me Carthage. Or show me Songhai.

So what makes you think that some blood-thirsty space men are not desperately searching for us. To make prisoners. Keep as pets. Or destroy!

That is a chilling thing. As chilling asrepparttar 127715 crusades. Orrepparttar 127716 Jihads. Orrepparttar 127717 world wars. Orrepparttar 127718 war againstrepparttar 127719 terrorists.

Now, just in case you think thatrepparttar 127720 earth isrepparttar 127721 only place where living creatures are playing around, you had better think twice. For there could be life out there in Mars. Or Europa, Jupiterís moon. Or elsewhere for that matter.

Why shouldnít there be? The Milky Way alone has about 100 billion stars. Imagine that number. How can anyone think thatrepparttar 127722 only lucky number is earth. Could there not be more winning tickets? Perhaps one?

And suppose we work onrepparttar 127723 ratio of one earth for one Galaxy. What aboutrepparttar 127724 other 100 billion galaxies inrepparttar 127725 universe? Could there not be at least ten more earths?

Well, thatís a reasonable assumption. Unless you are selfish. And donít forget that we are working onrepparttar 127726 1% of observable universe. There could be billions of universes with their billions and billions of stars!

WILL A NUCEAR"ARMAGEDDON" BE THE LAST WAR? (PART 2)

Written by ARTHUR ZULU


Author: Arthur Zulu Contact Author: mailto: controversialwriter@yahoo.com Copyright: Copyright © Arthur Zulu 2002 Word Count: 722 Web Address: http://www.1stbooks.com/bookview/10975

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WILL A NUCLEAR ďARMAGEDDON BE THE LAST WAR? (PART 2)

By Arthur Zulu

Letís say that a full nuclear conflagration is going on right now atrepparttar 127708 North Pole. And letís suppose you are somewhere inrepparttar 127709 South Pole.

Although you are inrepparttar 127710 antipodes -- far away fromrepparttar 127711 scene ofrepparttar 127712 nuclear war, you will not escaperepparttar 127713 blast,repparttar 127714 fire, andrepparttar 127715 radiation. You will be so uncomfortable that you will suddenly find yourself dancing torepparttar 127716 tune of an maginary symphony.

Now, letís shiftrepparttar 127717 goal post ofrepparttar 127718 nuclear action half way aroundrepparttar 127719 world fromrepparttar 127720 artic torepparttar 127721 equator. Do you think that you will still be dancing?

Imaginerepparttar 127722 nukes now exploding and flying around down under in Antarctica. What will be your fate? Orrepparttar 127723 fate ofrepparttar 127724 smallest living things? Or what do you thinkrepparttar 127725 fire andrepparttar 127726 heat will be doing torepparttar 127727 ice? Well, your guess is as good as mine.

Thousands in Asia and Europe who sufferedrepparttar 127728 nuclear inter whenrepparttar 127729 nuclear plant in Chernobyl, Russia leaked accidentally can give you an introductory lesson on nuclear crisis. Butrepparttar 127730 lecture may not be complete because those who died fromrepparttar 127731 leakage, and who were buried in raised sealed metal graves (to prevent contamination), will not be around to give yourepparttar 127732 postscript.

Now, look at this parade of weapons of mass destruction --5,000 nuclear weapons on hair - trigger alert, 4,000 intercontinental ballistic missiles (2,000 on either side ofrepparttar 127733 Atlantic) and 1,000 submarine ballistic missiles, all set, to wreak havoc, at any time!

Butrepparttar 127734 United States and Russia are notrepparttar 127735 only countries having these instruments of death. Never mind thatrepparttar 127736 weapons have been reduced (new ones are added), and never mind that they have agreed not to aimrepparttar 127737 missiles at each other (it can be reloaded within seconds).

The fact is that apart fromrepparttar 127738 traditional five nuclear club nations -- The United States, Russia, Britain, France and China, some rogue states -- Iran, Iraq and North Korea are in possession ofrepparttar 127739 deadly weapons. And these rogue states -- axis of evil (apologies to George Bush Jr.) cannot be trusted, (no wonderrepparttar 127740 U.S. has donned a nuclear umbrella to catch falling ďevilĒ missiles).

So in this age of mutual assured destruction (MAD) -- check your dictionary for synonyms, a nuclear power can launch an attack on warning (whether real or imagined), or on attack (just in case you donít have a nuclear shield over your head). Andrepparttar 127741 doomsday clock ticks dangerously close torepparttar 127742 midnight hour!

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