ArKay Questions & Answers
This is the third in an ongoing series of exchanges via computer with ArKay of Korendor. It occured on the morning of March 21, 2009. As usual, the delays between the questions and the replies are omitted.
BR: Good evening, brother ArKay. A few items came to mind as I was perusing the TerraKor Files pages. Are you prepared for the grilling? ;-)
AK: Fire away, brother Bob.
BR: Question #1: whenever person-to-person communications via implants occurs, the recipient always hears the speaking voice of the person on the other end. After 20 years of routine use, it finally dawned on me to ask how that happens.
AK: That was a gem, brother. I never thought about it, either. Tren-Kelar, our implant technologist, provided this information.
I assume that your question has been answered, brother.
BR: Thanks. And give my kudos to Tren-Kelar for his concise reply. Question #2 is a bit tougher, my brother. In your communication entitled, "Earth - A World In Peril", dated October 21, 1988, you gave an extended discourse on the dangers of man-induced climate change. Yet 20 years later, Master KALEN-LI RETAN responded to my question about it this way:
AK: May I plead the fifth here, brother? :-) I've just read both items that you are referring to here, and there is definitely a conflict.
KL: If I might join this conversation for a moment, it should be pointed out that our brother ArKay's comments in 1988 were based primarily on what Earth's most vocal advocates of what you call "anthropogenic global warming" were saying at the time. We had done no scientific study of the issue, and thus had no objective data on which to formulate our position. Our assumption at the time was that your scientists were good, impartial researchers, and we trusted their data and their judgment.
As the years passed, it became increasingly obvious that behind the self-styled "environmental movement" was a purely political mindset that rendered the objectivity of the scientists suspect. We also discerned that attempting to base our views on events in Korendian history was at best flawed, and that there was little correlation between our worlds. We therefore initiated an analysis of the available data based solely on our own scientific knowledge.
We have reviewed everything on this subject from both sides of the issue, and our conclusion is that although man's contributions to the "greenhouse gases" have a small effect on global climate, they are overwhelmed by purely natural influences. You cannot cause Earth's climate to change in either direction. Rather than utterly wasting vast amounts of time, effort and expense in "fighting" climate change, you should be preparing to deal with the consequences of any unavoidable shifts in a reasonable, logical manner.
The fact that your activists have all but abandoned the term "global warming" in favor of "climate change", and are now using hyperbolic rhetoric such as calling their opponents "deniers" — a shameful equation with those who deny the Nazi Holocaust — is strong evidence that they are aware that their strident alarmism has been refuted by real science.
There is an axiom that applies here: if you have the law, argue the law; if you have the facts, argue the facts; if you have neither, assail your opponent. When those who question the "science" of global warming are personally attacked and ridiculed for opposing the "consensus", it is unarguable that science has been abandoned in favor of ideology.
Our brother ArKay has long since reached that same conclusion, but since his series of communications to you was never released, there was no need to address it. Now that your website has brought his 1980s messages into the public forum, it is good that this matter was raised so that it can be dealt with in a timely manner. Proceed, gentlemen. Va i luce!
BR: Thank you, Master. Go in love and light.
AK: Indeed! Thank you, Master. Shall we continue, brother Bob?
BR: Here's item #3 on the agenda. This is from my record of the PlatoCom tour of 1987.
Moving ahead two decades, that Status Report sent to me in 2008 lists a total of 9 bases in this system, six on Earth and three on the moon. What was the disposition of the other 8 bases?
AK: As the Status Report noted, the base under Archimedes was "mothballed", shut down but preserved, with only the transit tube facility left operating as a way station in the Plato-Copernicus system. The base can be reactivated in a few days if required, but thusfar we see no rationale for doing so.
Only MassCom and CalCom remain of the original network of bases. All others were dismantled and returned to the elements, as it were, either flooded if under the ocean or collapsed if under land. They were rendered obsolete as our purpose here was drastically altered to address our rethinking of the Omegan presence. The far-flung base network became unnecessary when our operations were focused on that single activity and your rapid development of computerized networks made our communication tasks far easier. MassCom and PlatoCom now provide all the services and facilities that are needed, and they complement each other. They and the four small bases listed in the Status Report are all we require to carry out our programs.
Lastly, of the 17 bases mentioned, two were small single-purpose facilities on Mars. They have also been dismantled.
BR: On a sort of related note, a number of websites quote or cite this statement on Coast To Coast AM, May 1, 2007 (source), by George Noory to Dr. Michael Salla:
For the readers of this page, my letter sent to Gabriel Green, dated 28 March 1987, included these tables:
OPERATIVE ASSIGNMENTS AREA OF INTEREST PERSONNEL COORDINATOR United States 110,000 Master Kalen-Li Retan Soviet Union 100,000 Master Almin-Kaer Marak Europe 85,000 Master Jakon-Ser Terol Mid-East 40,000 Master Vadin-Par Somek Africa 33,000 Master Warin-Jol Hatom Asia (except USSR) 64,000 Master Peret-Lon Wilor All other areas 56,000 Master Komen-Del Galar BASE ASSIGNMENTS BASE LOCATION PERSONNEL CONTROLLER Massachusetts 23,700 Temak-Larik California 31,200 Marel-Selat Washington, DC 3,800 Lamar-Trel Europe 21,300 Elban-Kelit Soviet Union 28,000 Matek-Pol China 18,900 Belar-Robem Egypt (Mid-East) 10,200 Domik-Tren Others (sea, etc.) 84,700 Master Hekim-Lett Relam Plato (Luna-1) 37,000 Master Relda-Kim Trepol Copernicus (Luna-2) 12,700 Daler-Gerik Mars 7,400 Paden-Lektir
The two tables were not related. The 110,000 figure (not 150,000) was for field operatives in the United States. The second table was for permanent and rotating personnel assigned to the subterranean bases around the world. They were entirely separate from the count of field ops. It was unlikely that any of them would be found amongst the people of Earth.
I assume that Mr. Green shared that information with others such as Dr. Salla, but whoever received it was incautious about preserving it.
Getting back to the point, the same letter stated:
According to the table on page 5 of the Status Report, there were 38,594 operatives assigned as of 12 June 2008, plus 38 other countries with a later-confirmed average of 270 operatives, for an additional 10,260. Thus the full Alliance operative force for that date was 48,854, nearly a 90% drop. How was that achieved?
AK: The decrease was accomplished by several changes in our programs:
• Narrowing the scope of our operations to addressing only Omegan activities;
As the Status Report indicates, our worldwide operative force has indeed been decreased by about 90%. Despite that, our intelligence gathering and our efficiency have been increased manyfold.
BR: Thank you, my brother. You have been informative as always. Va i luce.
AK: And va i luce to you, brother.
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