Lately, I've been feeling that I'm being misdirected. Forget about what, why or by whom. My normal obsessions are things on the ground, or under.
Volcanoes, earthquakes, geysers and sinkholes. My big theory disregards things from above being real gangsta in our existence here on earth. It seems
scientist mostly think extinction is caused from above.
Every once in a while, I get the feeling I'm wrong. Yes, I'm a bastard. If they censor that word I think I'll die. I am a ego junkie. Long story. But,
let's say I'm wrong. Then, I'm looking in the wrong direction. And if I'm not wrong, the maybe that's not all there is. So, why not look up.
We all saw that dash board view of a missile heading straight for us. One car managed to be pointing directly at the part of the sky where the
meteorite first appeared a point of light. Amazing.
But so what? Right. This is not the only news about things from the sky. Some researchers are making the incredibly bold claim that they have found
life in a space rock. I'm surprised it's not getting more press. I'll look for link.
The other day, I swear I saw another headline about some other meteor/asteroid. Which I believe was not the Russian one, or the E.T. meteor. And now,
I see this story about something which appears to have crash through some ice on a Newfoundland lake, or pond as they like to call them.
That little voice tells me that the pilot that's at the controls is telling me we're in for some dirty air and turbulence.
In the fall, we're going to be treated by another comet. This one should be spectacular.
So. That's it. Look to the skies. Have a camera around, or running. Who knows?
Oh, I found that other one. South Africa.
And I guess ther was another I read about and forgot. Maybe the press is just asteroid happy after Russian one. It's probably just my imagination and
the press is sensative and in hype mode.
Wow. Russian's building a shield.
This last on is an historic blast from the past.
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