posted on Nov, 9 2011 @ 06:17 AM
So returning to my earlier existential hypothesis:
The meteor strikes and all life is snuffed out, all that remains is a projection of our former lives. Some chemical and electrical interactions with
memory on a cellular or molecular level. It's as if nothing has changed. These memories continue to go about their daily lives, going to work,
hanging around on ATS. Hell, this memory, believing itself to be still alive, even light-heartedly suggests what DID in fact happen.
But then another ATSer, although in reality just a figment of my dead imagination - a NON-ENTITY if you will - this NON-ENTITY even tries to convince
my dead memory that because IT is still alive then there is no way the asteroid hit. It happened to be driving along the freeway at precisely the
moment when the asteroid was at its closest so there is just no way. No possible way. Undeniable proof thanks to evidence offered by some Californian
If ever there is a lesson to be learned it's this: avoid eating rich-spicy food when a meteor is about to strike the planet. Your pulverised
existence could continue to believe it is alive and the subsequent hours could be spent experiencing what can only be described as a really annoying
dream. A dream involving some really inconsequential person who thinks that everything posted on the internet is intended for them and them alone.
They are also a bit stupid, so then you have to explain it, and they still don't really get it, so they tell you that it's not funny. But it wasn't
really meant to be "Ha ha!" funny just a bit light-hearted, just to break up all the other irrelevant retardedness and petty infighting that goes on
all the time between people who take themselves too seriously. You know what I mean? Really, really annoying, like, I dunno, dealing with someone with
a behavioural disorder or something.
So avoid spicy food, unless you love it like me. In which case simply tell yourself: "It's OK, they are just an annoying NON-ENTITY".