Image: Space alien angry about global warming. Apologies if link has expired.(Melchizedek Communique, MC120509) The extra-terrestrials are angry about global warming.

Lachezar Filipov, deputy director of the Space Research Institute of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, is well respected in his field. His Curriculum Vitae lists, among several accomplishments, a "Diploma thesis on Non stationary Disk Accretion of Strongly Magnetised Neutron Stars," Post-graduate research with Thesis on "Non-stationary Disc Accretion," and Head of Space Astronomy and High-Energy Astrophysics Divisions, Space Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS). (http://www.space.bas.bg/astrophysics/cvfilipov.html)

So here we have a distinguished scientist. Thus, it is startling to learn that Lachezar Filipov, along with other honored Bulgarian scientists, reportedly claim to be in contact with extraterrestrial beings. Their methodology involves "deciphering pictograms which are said to have come in the form of the so called 'crop circles' with which the aliens answered 30 questions posed by the BAS researchers." ("Bulgarian Academy Scientists Reported to Be in Touch with Aliens", Nov. 23, 2009. http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=110282)

Thus far, scant information has been found detailing the methodology of the scientists. We are told of their amazing conclusions, but hardly anything about the rigorous science involved.

The Toronto Star as of November 27, 2009 reports some of the responses to 30 questions submitted by the scientists to the extra-terrestrial aliens. Among the responses: (1) SETI, the scientific project seeking alien life (dramatized in the film "Contact"), doesn't work, say the aliens, reportedly due to a confusion about communication through "magnetic fields"; (2) as to the reported Mayan calendar 2012 disaster date, the aliens respond there is some truth in the 2012 predictions, having something to do with volcanoes in Mexico; and (3) "the aliens are angry about global warming, disagree with in-vitro fertilization and don't like cosmetics." ("Respected scientist says aliens are among us," Toronto Star, Nov. 27, 2009. http://www.thestar.com/news/article/731645--respected-scientist-says-aliens-are-among-us)

The reported claim that the extra-terrestrial aliens are furious about global warming is corroborated elsewhere, in The Register (U.K.). "A boffin at the Bulgarian national Space Research Institute has stated that not only are aliens living among us, but that they object strongly to 'immoral behaviour' by humanity - such as causing global warming." ("Alien spies live among us" says Bulgarian gov space boffin. The Register (U.K.), Nov. 26, 2009. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/11/26/bulgarian_space_boffin_aliens/)

Distinguished scientist Lachezar Filipov had earlier warned, "The energy sources will be exhausted in the future, the global warming will lead to draught and war for water and food supply. How we can [sic] manage the energy crises?" ("Managing the energy crises", April 24, 2009. http://www.ourplanet.cc/tag/assocprof-dr-lachezar-filipov/)

But this "decoded crop circles" and messages from the space aliens about global warming "stinks of disinformation" according to one critic. This "group of scientists have collectively drunk the global warming Kool-Aid." The writer also observes a lack of information on the methodology involved: "Notice that they do not include any details as to how they 'decoded' these messages- they just give us their 'translation!'" ("Bulgarian establishment funds crop circle disinfo". http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1058443545)

In yesterday's Melchizedek Communique was reported how NASA, along with the Climate Research Unit, "are considered the backbone of much of the science that suggests the earth is warming due to manmade greenhouse gas emissions." REPEAT: NASA and the CRU are the backbone of global warming science.

CRU has been under scrutiny due to the "Climategate" embarrassment. NASA being part of the backbone for the global warming (alias climate change) insistent, repetitive claims ought to set off alarm bells among serious students of so-called "conspiracy theories."

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