Are there many worlds such as ours in space?

Are there many worlds such as ours in space?

Categories: Allies Weekly Quote

There are many worlds that have been stripped of their natural resources and have become barren as a result.

Certainly, terrestrial worlds such as yours are rare, maybe one out of five or six thousand planets contain the biological diversity that you enjoy and take for granted here in your world. That still accounts for many planets in the universe.

But such planets are always occupied, are always valued and the native races always have to defend their rights, their privileges and their stewardship as they begin to emerge into the Greater Community.

Terrestrial planets create biological hazards for visitors. And that is why colonization is usually attempted once the native race has either established a usable network that the visitors can use, such as is the case here on Earth, or have destroyed themselves through conflict and war, leaving an open door for intervention to occur, even military intervention.

Military intervention is allowed in this region of space under such conditions. This represents part of the ethics of contact that are assumed and are practiced by many nations in this part of the Greater Community.

Passage from The Allies of Humanity, Book Three, Seventh Briefing.

2 Responses to "Are there many worlds such as ours in space?"

  1. Kenneth Heck Posted on January 8, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    There are only a few planets like ours in the galaxy that possess a full-fledged biosphere starting from the bacteria and viruses up to reasoning human beings. The variety of species stems largely from the variety of macro and micro climates existing on the planet.
    This combination makes us quite rare. Our planet is what is known as a “producer planet,” that is, the spiritual bodies of the higher animals are available for export to planets that possess only a limited, non-reproductive biosphere. Obviously, the greater the variety of supply the greater the number of planets that can be satisfied. The aliens come from planets where they exist entirely under the surface, or possess a biosphere limited to a narrow zone of the planet. It is a delusion to believe these aliens have built their own space vehicles – they are purchased or rented from sources which actually do create highly advanced technology. Similarly, even though third-world countries may have their own airlines, we know that they don’t actually manufacture their own airplanes.

  2. joul Posted on January 10, 2014 at 1:14 am

    The fact is: Usa is the most invasor of little countries, the most agresive people in all our planet, so, my afray is not beyond the stars, no, it is at my north, afray some day can say that my little country have quimic arms an get all our arqueological rest and invad our peace with the bigest army in all world, comanded by the judes and ther siniester way to be… Be logichal dear man or i am a lier?…

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