posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 08:34 PM
Hello fellow members of the popular conspiracy site! I know that I say that every time and I have never actually written about anything even remotely
like a conspiracy, but the Skunk Works is a good way to put your ideas about without being tied down to a particular theme; or standards really...
Anyway I was just sitting musing, the virtues of cruising- oop, sorry
, hehe, I was just sitting down with this bowl and in the bowl I had placed
an Apple, a banana AND an Orange. As I peeled the orange I thought, "Wow! Look at the texture of this thing; it's unlike pretty much anything...",
and that's when I had my little epiphany: Nothing is the same on this planet and the only things that are similar are pretty much always of the same
species or whatever; but yet we all came from one thing, right? One tiny little thing that changed over time until we have what we now have- an
abundance of unique individuals.
Take the orange: how different is the texture of an orange to an apple? Basically it's entirely different. How different are those two to the
banana? Must I say? Then you take the orange and you look at a chunk of meat- so much difference! But what is it that makes everything similar?
Everything organic can be linked by one simple thing and that simple thing is liquid, water to be precise. Why? Because everything that is comes from
the ocean and, no matter how much time deforms nature's organic entities from their original states we will always be drawn to the stuff through fear
of death, and maybe a little bit of home sickness. The primordial pool that does lap at our desires so. When someone sweats, what is it? Is it orange?
banana? apple? no, water!
Anyway, leading on, if water does not exist anywhere but our own galaxy, what have things evolved from on other planets? If water does not exist
there then what they evolved from probably won't exist here and that would make them so much different to any life we know of. Imagine the
possibilities, but then again you probably can't because to us as Earth goers there is nothing else, how could we imagine something else? It's like
trying to make up a new musical note or a brand new colour of some kind. I think that's what I wanted to say anyway
Thankyou for reading (unless you skipped to this bit because it's short
I understand) this and I hope it is of interest to you all.
Ramadwarf on how to make a diet interesting