posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 03:18 PM
reply to post by iforget
Step away from the 'New Thread' button.
No worries mate, to err is human. It was big of you to admit your mistake. There's many on here who would have argued for pages that they knew the
article was 10 years old and that the thread was an 'anniversary' thread.
I was just gutted because as soon as I saw the thread title I knew exactly what you were referring to and was thinking WOW I wonder how many km2 this
one is. When i read it i literally had a flashback to when I had read it in 2000. I write sci-fi and horror and those sorts of articles stick with
you. I knew The Independent had gone down hill but I couldn't believe they'd be re-printing old stories.
They are amazing lifeforms and when i think of them they always make me wonder what else we have yet to discover beneath our feet. Are their giant
worms like in Tremors or Dune? There are carnivorous fungi, but are there giant carnivorous fungi able to catch, trap and digest something the size of
There's just so much we don't know about the Earth. I wonder what lifeforms the military industrial complex know about from all their Deep
Underground Military Base construction. Apparently the biomass of all life beneath the surface dwarfs the total biomass of all life above it. Science
is very fertile ground for a dreamer like me.