Incredible Technology: How to Search for Advanced Alien Civilizations
Look at a picture of the Earth at night, and the world appears to be, quite literally, glowing. Now, scientists are starting to look for signs of advanced alien civilizations by the glow given off by technology used to harvest the energy from a star or even an entire galaxy. (excerpt: www.livescience.com)
NASA Curiosity rover captures mysterious bright light on Mars
Published April 08, 2014
This image was taken by NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity’s Navcam on April 3.NASA/JPL-Caltech
Is the truth really out there?
A NASA picture of a mysterious bright light on Mars has sparked the interest of UFO believers. But before we cry extraterrestrial, the bright light may be nothing more than a “glinty rock.”
I think I was abducted by aliens, but after multiple probings, mind melds, and failed attempts at telepathic communications, I have been rejected and find myself once again before my trusty technological communications device. Albeit, I’ve been having a lot of difficulty with static cling and I’ve taken to wearing rubber flip-flops to ground myself from unsuspecting, hair-raising electrical discharges. Plus, the dog looks at me funny…but I’m happy to be back!
I would like to see the day when clothes become disposable (biodegradable, recyclable). Just think about it; in all of the futuristic or advanced civilizations (as seen on TV) everyone wears a zip-up onesy (they probably have the feet in them) uniform. This eliminates the need for fads and designer fashions. I’m confident that a futuristic fabric will be developed (using dust from the Mars probe) that will accommodate the one size fits all theory of the 21st century. This will put Omar the tent-maker out of business and there will finally be truth in advertising.
Waste disposal would be a thing of the past. Everything would be recycled, including our uniforms. Perhaps, entitlement will catch on and the government run
waste disposal man recycle man will pick up one day and drop off the next. Just like in the old days, when there were cloth diapers and diaper service, our uniforms would be delivered to our door steps. In the scheme of things, this would eliminate census takers, because everyone would have to apply for uniform delivery based on the number of peeps in the household.
Another thing of the past…
Water and air conservationists will put big businesses on skid row; no wasting of water and fuel for electricity. No need for Tide, Gain, Purex, and Oxyclean. Finally, there would be equality amongst the classes, everyone would look alike (no more droopy pants with under wear showing). Talk about balancing the budget…this could save trillions!
MJ, thanks for reminding me that it’s laundry day! The Zen of Laundry