Originally Posted by rjc
The humanoids probably didn't approve of this first nuclear test in '46 and also the largest at this same location in '54. So they started popping up everywhere!
The database Dr. Wu references covers years back to 1947 to 2003:
Originally Posted by rjc
A very erratic wild guess but thought it sounded good
Aliens kept warning about our nuclear tests endangering the universe. That was part of the warning in SF as well, but it doesn't make sense in either case.
EBE's from another star system would not be endangered by our nuclear tests. We didn't even have delivery systems to get a nuke to the moon or Mars back then, assuming they had a base there. Harold T. Wilkins, in "UFO's on the Attack" speculated that extraterrestrials had a moon base and came here because of our atomic tests. That was the zeitgeist back then.
Thinking about it logically, the only aliens who would be endangered by our nuclear tests and our cold war would be natives like us, or extradimensional entities from a reality that was symbiotic, parasitic or simply just linked to ours. Physicists speculated about extra dimensions back then, but not really parallel universes. They had their math that pointed to more than three dimensions plus time, but they didn't have elegant mathematics pointing to string theory.
Crypto-terrestrials, whether below ground or deep in the ocean, para-physical entities of the air, whether demons or fairies, or even physical beings traveling in craft from an alternate world would be concerned about humanities' effect on the local environment, because its' their environment too.
Now, instead of warning us about nuclear war, telling us to stop atomic tests, they are warning us of earth changes and telling us to stop harming the environment. That means, they are linked to our cultural concerns, if nothing we do really effects them, or it means that they are in the same boat we are.
Perhaps Keel was right and we are moon food. Imagine how we'd feel if our cattle could go to war and annihilate each other or our chickens could change the conditions of the hen house and be in danger of dying out? I'm willing to consider that possibility and it actually fits my religious beliefs, because the lore all points to entities that are parasitic, deceptive, destructive of individuals they gain control of and who hate humanity because of what God has done for us.
That said, I think that only part of the UFO enigma is clearly demonic. I believe there's more than one cause and that all but the least likely ETH explanation involves some very enigmatic beings that, even when they are not being deceptive, are neither safe or understandable by our logic (which brings in Vallee's discussions of meta-logic).