Steven Greer replies to Stephen Hawking

Do we quail in fear or take a chance on progressing into a future with some unexpected help?  Stephen Hawking, one of the world’s leading astrophysicists, worries that aliens could potentially arrive at Earth “looking to conquer and colonize.” Should humanity worry? Or is it classic xenophobia (defined as fear and hatred of strangers or foreigners or of anything that is strange or foreign). With all respect for Hawking, I think he’s speaking outside his expertise and hasn’t listened to anyone who has had a profound “contact” experience. (I haven’t had any such encounters, but did interview David Hamel for weeks in the mid-1990s in order to write a book about Hamel’s technology which resulted from his inspiring and beneficial contact experience.)

Someone who really has focused on the topic for decades is Dr. Steven Greer. His response today is at

http://www.disclosureproject.org/response-to-hawking.htm

Greer’s website asks that his response be circulated widely:

It is unfortunate that Stephen Hawking has added his voice to a growing chorus of xenophobia and fear regarding what he terms “Aliens.”

Secondly, as a scientist, he should know better: Any interstellar civilization would possess such technologies that the meager resources of Earth would be unneeded. If you can travel faster than the speed of light, you can manifest what is needed. Period. Moreover, IF they were hostile- since ETs are already visiting Earth (see www.DisclosureProject.org)- this would have been made crystal clear when we detonated the first atomic weapon in 1945. To date, no place on Earth has been invaded or attacked or colonized.

Hawking should refrain from stirring the war-mongering fear pot that attends all things “alien.” And one might ask: Why would he make such statements, unless he is carrying water for the military-industrial-financial complex which profiteers off of the wars that fear breeds?

Steven M. Greer MD
April 26, 2010

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  1. I watch the show, and I don’t blame Mr.Hawking for wanting to use his fame to make a few bucks, giving the fact that he is living off many years of borrowed time. Putting all that aside. He spoke broadly, in hypothetical term as to how he feels. I attended one of Mr.Hawking’s lectures in Boston a few years ago, and I feel the same way that, The Planetary Society’s, Neil deGrasse Tyson. He stated “If the smartest man alive today, has something to say, we should listen, even if it sounds funny”

  2. I was having my stag party in Vegas when I saw the interview with Hawking on CNN (ya I know what was I doing watching t.v. while in Vegas). What a load of brainwashing bull!@#$. Anyone who has taken the time to open their eyes as to how this world is really being run would have known that this interview with Hawking is a plant of disinformation. Thankfully there is people like Greer who are trying to open peoples eyes. I just follow my modo “if you see it on t.v. or any other outlet throw it out, it is brainwashing junk!”

  3. Hawking is now out of my book as a person to listen to on our future!

  4. Raymond Pritchard says:

    Its an old post but a great discussion. I have watched and heard how great Dr Stephen Hawking is of late and what he’s does for the science world, then I researched and heard Dr Steven Greer, Dr Neil Degrasse Tyson, Steven Bassett, Ex military personnel witnesses, listened to the citizen disclosure hearing, MIC, the cabal, Illuminati, extra terrestrial propulsion systems and its technology (fascinating), and ex congress and senate members (Mike Gravel) singing the same hymn sheet and I’m thinking, Everything makes sense… Dr Stephen Hawking is a pussy.

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