posted on Nov, 20 2015 @ 03:16 PM
I have made 100 threads but in none of these I have introduced myself (as in, an introduction thread) so I am here now to rectify this.
I am John Skieswanne; and I am just a little crazy.
My main interest used to be in geopolitical issues but I soon got bored by Man's apparent inability to get along, so instead I employed my mind to
find answers to the deepest scientific questions. In the space of a few years I have discovered evidences for the existence of a single master
building block for everything in the universe, I have solved the Grandfather Paradox and the nature of multiverses at the same time, and even showed
how to use a special mirror to (theoretically) cheat Time. As a result, people have qualified me as a genius. But the truth is, I am neither. I am
just a man, with my own flaws and my own fears and my own wild dreams.
I like to ponder upon both possible and impossible things. I like to either think outside the box... or make the box larger.
I kind of have the personality of a dolphin. I see the world not only as it is, but above all I see it the ways it could be. So I am more of an
idealist than a realist. Instead on simply contemplating how bad the world is, I actually long to make the world a better place, and I always try to
do so. But this bright, almost child-like personality is coupled with a powerful mind, capable of very accurate intuition and whose IQ averages 130,
up to 159 with a good tailwind. I say powerful because I have seen so many dark times, and at one point I became very depressed. No one lent me a
hand, so I had to heal my own self. And I did. I mustered courage, and like a phoenix I came back from my ashes. I held no grudge (well, almost)
against those who have been selfish towards me, instead I strived to be the better man.
I am a decent writer, after having posted quite a few short stories I am now working on a novel in four parts.
I am a pacifist, not because I fear fighting but actually because I have seen how ugly war is. It takes strenght to go to war, but it takes courage to
go to peace. I always seek the best of alternatives, and I have been known to befriend multiple sides in divided systems and thus act as a medium for
Some think I am a scientist, but I actually think of myself as an empirist. I criticised both religion and science, I don't really have faith in
anything, nor is it my intention to do so. I do know though that we all are the writers of our own lives. I also do know that the World is broken, and
instead of destroying everything in sight every time there's a problem, people should try forgiving one another and work in making the world a better
place for not only our specie, but also the species of the rest of the biosphere.
I am in awe. Yes, in awe, because somewhere in the Universe there is a tree called Laniakea. In this tree there exist a giant spinning whirlpool of
stars called the Milky Way. Lost somewhere in this galaxy there's a tiny star called the sun, born only so recently. And around this star there is a
tiny rock less than 13 thousand kilometers across, born even more recently, and it's called Earth. And this is where I stand, and so do you, and so
does millions of other species. It's about time we get along.
We all are so much more than what we present to this mundane reality. Believe me, there is no such thing as an "ordinary human".
At Time's End,