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Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) Misplaced Fears Of Possible AI Threat? When St Thomas Aquinas Warns Of Guaranteed Threat From Returning Man-Made Spacecraft Such As Voyager's I & II Slamming Into The Earth!


 Coming Back To Earth!
 
“May the Pope guard against the performers of miracles. For the time has come when the most astonishing wonders will take place on the earth and in the air. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) Many scientists are concerned that developments in human technology may soon pose new, extinction-level risks to our species as a whole. Such dangers have been suggested from progress in AI, from developments in biotechnology and artificial life, from nanotechnology, and from possible extreme effects of anthropogenic climate change. The seriousness of these risks is difficult to assess, but that in itself seems a cause for concern, given how much is at stake. (For a brief introduction to these issues, see our Resources page.)
AI threat bears no direct deadly cost or real threat to modern man. AI is not a reality - yet. So there is not a real threat to modern man.  On the other hand modern man has sent millions of man-made space craft & satellites into orbit which is more of a real threat to modern man. Why? Because there is a boundary established by God and it is 29,050 feet or 15 cubits above the mountain tops.

This established boundary is the same boundary that the waters of the deluge reached in Noah's time and it is the very same boundary that the tower of Babel exceeded for a time until God came down and paid a visit - pushing the man-made tower over with His finger.

The 29,050 boundary is also the same boundary that the fire of the final conflagration will reach up to at the end of days. The doctrine of the fire of the final conflagration as taught by St Thomas Aquinas tells us that the element of fire will arise up at the end of days to cleanse all the works of man - both holy and profane. This fire according to St Thomas will obey God by rising up from the bowels of the earth (it is the same fire that purifies souls in purgatory and torments souls in hell) to burn up every work ever created by man. Why? because all the works of men - holy or profane have the marks or stains of original sin.

This fire according to St Thomas since it obeys the will of God will not exceed the set boundary established by God of 29,050.

If this is true then one has to ask how will all the work of men shot into space burn up in the fire of the final conflagration?

This is the question that Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) must answer if they are to be taken seriously.

Are modern day space works exempt from the fire of the final conflagration?

Answer this question first.

If the answer is yes that all the works of men shot into space must burn up in the fire of the conflagration (which will reach a height no greater than 29,50ft) then what follows is that all the works of men shot into space must return to their place of origin which is at or below the set boundary established by the Blessed Trinity of 29,050 ft. No escaping this logic.

So you see the enormous cost to modern man if men accept the doctrine of the fire of the final conflagration as taught by St Thomas Aquinas.

If this doctrine is true, one must ask how will all the space craft etc. be brought back to the boundary of 29,050 feet?

By the agency of man? No!

By the agency of the Angels!

It will not be a pleasant experience when all the works of men are brought back by the agency of the agency of the Angels - it will be terrifying.

Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) should concern itself with this first and foremost.

When will all the space works be brought back? Who knows - that's another question to answer!

 

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