Intelligent Beings on the Earth
Who Speaks for Earth?

There are dozens of intelligent species on the planet Earth. One of them is considered dominant. It is called Humans and it is responsible for most of the progress and advance of the solar system toward the Universe Community of Intelligent beings.

Which species will prevail is uncertain, particularly when no organisation in the Milky Way Galaxy has showed an interest in establishing here its embassy, due to the lack of funds (the Milky Way Galaxy Office for Aliens on the Earth (MWGOAE) does not lead any research about the Earth, limiting its activities to the expat community on the planet).

Curiously enough, the Earthlings are not certain if they are the only intelligent beings in the Universe and they think that there are not any obvious signs of extraterrestrial intelligence.

But all of them are the children equally of the sky and the Earth. We do not know if they will survive or if they rush implacably, headlong, toward self-destruction. Well, we know that there are worlds that have been charred and ruined by cosmic catastrophes. There are even worlds on which life has never arisen. They, on the Earth, they are fortunate, they are alive for now. The welfare of their civilisations and their species is in their hands, not in ours. So they all speak for Earth. If they don’t, who will? If they are not committed to their own survival, who will be?

Some of intelligent beings on the Earth:

a cat

An intelligent being: a cat. An average cat is much more intelligent than any human, but cats are deep plunged or immersed inside their inner contemplation to object the Human domination. Image: © Megan Jorgensen

dos de la baleine
 
Another intelligent being: a humpback whale. Humpbacks are known for their remarkable leaps and their extraordinary communication skills. An average humpback weights 50 tons (a common local measurement which means “very heavy”) and is 15 meters long (another indigent measure, meaning “rather long”). The brains of the humpbacks are larger than the brains of the humans. Image: ©
GrandQuebec.com

coquilles panama seashells

Sea snails are the molluscan class Gastropoda that have a coiled shell that is large enough for the animal to retract completely into. There are thousands of species of sea snails. On this photo they are feeding on a piece of an apple! Image: © GrandQuebec.com

blue bird

A Blue Bird, very curious specimen of the Earth local fauna. Image: © Univers.grandquebec.com

dancing bear

Dancing Bear, the Humans adore to dance as Dancing Bears, typical dancing animals of the planet Earth. They can dance anywhere, as you can see on this picture. Author unknown, it's possible, he came from Pollux Star system, where the Dancing wolfbears' civilisation has developped

polar bear

Polar Bear by Mark Coreth. Nearly a thousand years ago Vikings of medieval times traveling to what is now the Canadian Arctic, were capturing live polar bears. The bears were used by Norse Kings as gift pets. That impressed other European rulers. © Photo: univers.grandquebec.com

the Great One

A humorous legend in attached to a mask called the Great One. The mask was used in Eastern Indian rites for the sick, and it represented a spirit who once challenged the creator himself to a mountain moving contest. The creator responded by smacking a mountain up against the Great One’s nose, leaving him with a permanent nose tilt and a sheepish expression. Photo : © universe.grandquebec.com


Scallops use a form of jet propulsion to travel from place to place by opening and closing their shells

dinosaure

Dinosaurs of many kinds inhabited the Earth one hundred millions years ago. When seas covering this area receded and a general driving up period evolved it brought about the end of these creatures that had thrived in what was a steamy jungle atmosphere. Fossils of the last dinosaurs on Earth have been found in the area around many cities in dozens of countries. Source de l'image : hapsalas.blogspot.com

cow of stone montreal

Beestings is not the stings of bees. It’s the first milk given by a cow after giving birth to a calf. Photo : © Univers.grandquebec.com

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