Intervention theory

Conventional meaning:

Intervention theory is a term used in social studies and social policy to refer to the decision making problems of intervening effectively in a situation in order to secure desired outcomes.

Alien Intervention Theory:

Intervention theorists believe that alien beings intervened on Earth, terraforming everything from the planet’s environment to human beings. They have arrived at that radical assumption by analyzing evidence across a wide range of disciplines, trying to scientifically explain the origin of life on Earth.

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