August 5, 2000
Ark, Laura, F***, J & C
Is, in fact, our sun dying?
A: Yes, and so is everything else.
Q: Is it going to do it in 40 years?
A: You do not understand our attempted allusion. What is not dying?
Q: Well, I KNOW that, but they are saying that our sun is dying too soon.
A: No. What is "too soon?"
Q: Well... (A) Forty years is certainly too soon!
Q: (A) Because scientists would normally give the sun much longer...
A: But do "scientists" really know?!?
Q: You are NOT helping here! Are you saying this guy is right?! I don't want to
talk about it
A: Be patient, Laura, this is a lesson.
Q: Is our sun slated to burp and blink out in 2012 with the Mayan calendar?
A: We asked YOU a question. It is impolite to not answer!
Q: (A) Well, no, scientists don't really know; but they conjecture.
A: Ah hah! Conjecture!
Q: So, what's your point?
A: Our point is: what is too soon and why?
Q: Too soon would be... well, I guess that in completely objective terms, there is
no such thing as
"too soon." When things happen, it is exactly the right time for it to happen.
happens, everything is perfect.
Q: So, in the deepest sense, nothing is ever too soon... however... (C) What
have to be in place for this to happen within forty years?
A: There are unlimited numbers of situations...
Q: Are any of the situations that would have to be in place for the sun to burp and
go out in forty
years actually present and activated in our present time-line?
Q: Well, you know what I mean! Expand, become a red giant, burn out, run out of
A: Some of those possibilities are always present, especially when combined with
Q: What would the external factors be?
A: Energies or cosmic forces present in space at various locators which the sun
through in its journey through space, for one example.
Q: Are we slated to pass through any of those energies or forces?
A: Wait and see.
Q: You guys can't do that to me!
A: Yes we can!