posted on Dec, 19 2008 @ 09:17 PM
I probably would actually make some sort of effort to find information on all that was kept from us. Maybe I wouldn't have anybody to tell but at
least I would be able to possibly find a better understanding of how I came to be the only person left. Just because the people have disappeared,
doesn't mean I have nothing to live for.
I imagine before long I'd probably tap into a much deeper spirituality than I had up to that point. Lots of meditation and contemplation.
I can only imagine that at some point I'd find a way into an area 51 type installation if I could. Find out if we do indeed have the capability
interplanetary travel, perhaps if so I would try to contact another planet if able. If I can and I can communicate with another planet, I would
likely request assitance.
In the scenario that we actually do not have contact with other planets, I like to believe I would take the years of reading and understanding to and
learning to either build a craft capable of interstellar travel, or learn how to fly the ones we have should they exist. Then I'd leave, I wouldn't
worry about shutting down plants or anything because they'll do that on their own. By the time I'd be able to leave, if that would even be
possible, nature would have taken the planet back like in one of those Discovery Channel specials. I'd stock up on as much food, water, and general
survival supplies as I possibly could. To survive as long as possible, hopefully i'd be able to pull it off for a long time. Then I'd explore.
This planet has nothing left for me after awhile so I may as well go see the rest.
It'd be nice if that were possible. But that's kind of the point of this excersize right? Use our imaginations and all that.
I'd probably learn to farm too.