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  • proper noun Plural form of Earthian.

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Examples

  • AVATAR describes how some Earthians turn their backs on the military-corporate attempt to shatter the Na'vi and instead join the Na'vi resistance.

    Refuting The "White Savior" Attacks on Avatar Movie

  • AVATAR describes how some Earthians turn their backs on the military-corporate attempt to shatter the Na'vi and instead join the Na'vi resistance.

    Printing: Refuting The "White Savior" Attacks on Avatar Movie

  • It is an anti-utopia, where Humans or Earthians have destroyed the planet through overpopulation and environmental atrocities.

    Discovering New Authors

  • And then there are Earthians--who blend good and evil with a pinch of ignorance.

    Discovering New Authors

  • It is against the law in Saudi Arabia for Martians to be allowed at a concert for Earthians.

    Political Grind Network

  • It was hard to tell what the Earthians had been like.

    West Karana

  • The Earthians must have been a great civilization and explored the galaxy … but went one parsec too deep into the core.

    West Karana

  • Would the vanished inhabitants of Earth - the Earthians - really want their planet colonized by two-headed, three-legged aliens with a tendency toward cowardice, bribery and pie?

    West Karana

  • Second, we are in an unprecedented crisis because cosmic evolution is also irrevocably intent upon making omni-integrated humanity omnisuccessful, able to live sustainingly at an unprecedentedly higher standard of living for all Earthians than has ever been experienced by any; able to live entirely within its cosmic-energy income instead of spending its cosmic energy savings account (i.e., the fossil fuels) or spending its cosmic-capital plant and equipment account (i.e., atomic energy)—the atoms with which our Spaceship Earth and its biosphere are structured and equipped—a spending folly no less illogical than burning your house-and-home to keep the family warm on an unprecedentedly cold midwinter night.

    E.M. Bucke, Buckminster Fuller

  • Second, we are in an unprecedented crisis because cosmic evolution is also irrevocably intent upon making omni-integrated humanity omnisuccessful, able to live sustainingly at an unprecedentedly higher standard of living for all Earthians than has ever been experienced by any; able to live entirely within its cosmic-energy income instead of spending its cosmic energy savings account (i.e., the fossil fuels) or spending its cosmic-capital plant and equipment account (i.e., atomic energy)—the atoms with which our Spaceship Earth and its biosphere are structured and equipped—a spending folly no less illogical than burning your house-and-home to keep the family warm on an unprecedentedly cold midwinter night.

    Archive 2005-10-01

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