Reptilian Encounter Stories

Interestingly enough, that Reptoid face resembles a creature I saw in lucid/paralysis dream state where I was lying on table in what can be described as a medical facility and this reptoid with buggy eyes stares at me as it walks by and I’m staring back - both our eyes locked. Very disturbing to say the least...
 

tschai

Jedi Council Member
Interestingly enough, that Reptoid face resembles a creature I saw in lucid/paralysis dream state where I was lying on table in what can be described as a medical facility and this reptoid with buggy eyes stares at me as it walks by and I’m staring back - both our eyes locked. Very disturbing to say the least...
Ye gods I would never be able to sleep again if I saw something like that staring at me...😳
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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A CGI dinosaur talking with the voice of fan-favorite actor Jack Black took center stage at the UN’s General Assembly chamber to tell politicians to stop subsidizing fossil fuels and do more to tackle climate change.

The short clip was released by the UN’s Development Programme (UNDP) as the centerpiece of its ‘Don’t Choose Extinction’ public awareness campaign. The polar bear-sized reptilian was shown startling a UN meeting with his impressive appearance and a tough-love lecture on how dying out as a species is a really bad outcome.


“At least we had an asteroid. What’s your excuse?” the dino says, lashing out at government subsidies of fossil fuels, which an accompanying UN report estimates at about $423 billion annually.
Imagine if we had spent hundreds of billions per year subsidizing giant meteors. That’s what you’re doing right now!
The money would be better spent on alleviating poverty and countering climate change, the UN-in-a-CGI-dino-suit argued. “Don’t choose extinction. Save your species before it’s too late. It’s time for you humans to stop making excuses and start making changes,” the message concluded, eliciting a standing ovation from the mammal audience.

While many people said the warning sounded quite convincing, especially with the English version delivered in the voice of beloved actor Jack Black, many others took the opportunity to fire off some punchlines. For some, the humorous takeaway from the video was that lizard people may be “real” and either already rule the world or are planning a takeover.

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Others found it a good excuse for China-bashing, based on the country’s current contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. Or to attack both the UN and China in one package, due to Taiwan’s unrecognized status at the UN.

Quite a few found the tongue-in-cheek short film too reductive and silly to land its message properly. One snarky commenter said it reminded them of a scene in the 2006 satirical comedy film ‘Idiocracy’, which saw Americans in the distant future believing that good US dinosaurs defeated bad Nazi dinosaurs in the 20th century, which led to the creation of the UN (pronounced ‘un’).

The video’s producers definitely weren’t aiming for any pretense at scientific accuracy with their ‘Frankie the Dino’ protagonist. The surprise speaker is supposed to be a “70-million-year-old Utahraptor” who doesn’t even have any feathers – which scientists believe the real members of the species likely possessed.

“We wanted to come up with something a little bit different, a little bit engaging, and with a big message that is a message of hope,” UNDP’s communications chief Anjali Kwatra explained to Associated Press. “There is a crisis, we have to act, but we have the solutions. We know what to do and we can do it.”

The complexity of the issue of fossil fuel subsidies was acknowledged by UNDP head Achim Steiner. “Ending financial support for them in a way that is fair and equitable is a critical element of [the advocated] transition,” he admitted.

 

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tschai

Jedi Council Member
I doubt very seriously we will see our et overlords face to face, they have their human minions to do the dirty work so no need. If and when they do deign to show themselves in public, it probably won’t be a good thing for us.
 
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