Why is there a UFO cover up?

Because it is so embarrassing that people believe aliens can somehow travel hundreds or thousands of years to reach Earth that we’d rather cover that up and not let people know how stupid people can be!

Below is an actual picture of a UFO on tape:

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Can it be reasonably expected that Earth will survive, regressing to its original state, surviving the human race?

For the first half of Earth’s existence there was hardly any breathable oxygen. There was no life. In the end, Earth will return to a state where there is no life.

So, yes, Earth will out-survive humans, and yes, it may and will return to a state where no living thing can survive on it.

Sooner or later, maybe a billion years from now, the sun will become a red giant. All life on Earth will have ended by then.

21 Days

A solar eclipse is considered a bad omen in many cultures, even today. In Hinduism, Rahu was a demon that was beheaded. His head became the planet Rahu, who is enemies with the sun. When he swallows the sun we see an eclipse, but the sun emerges from his neck because he has no body, and so the eclipse passes. Rahu always seems to be near the moon, but is otherwise an invisible planet.mohini_rahu

Never look at the sun directly or you will permanently damage your eyes.

This link explains how to make your very own pinhole projector for viewing the solar eclipse.

Inhuman Researchers

I just read this on CNN’s website: “Given its complex chemistry, it’s safe to say that Titan isn’t hospitable to humans. But it is attractive to researchers. ”

Apparently researchers aren’t human.

Titan is a moon of Saturn and the only moon in our solar system with a thick atmosphere, denser than Earth’s atmosphere. It is larger than the planet Mercury.

To Be or Not to Be

My wife has gone all religious on me. I’m not used to that. For years she was leaning towards atheism. I was uncomfortable with atheism even though I lean heavily toward physics.

Atheism makes sense. More sense then most evangelicals, ISIS, Catholics, Jews and so on. At least to me. I think all religions could use a dose of atheistic realism.

However, I’m mortal, like you, and I’m sixty-four, like Paul McCartney’s song. Days flow by into months which flow by into years. I’ll die. Now my fascination with science kicks in. Survival of the fittest: evolution. All species seek to live, not die. The fittest survive longer than the weakest. So I seek to live, not die. I really don’t want to die. That’s what all people feel except those who are mentally ill and want to commit suicide.

So we dream of never ending life. Religion is born and we convince ourselves we won’t die forever.

There’s glitches in that theory, I know. Science points us to galaxies, expanding universes, black holes, the possibility of life on Titan, Saturn’s moon. But is that it? Is there no mystery to life itself?

An atheist would say no. In my heart I feel otherwise. For most of my life I’ve been devoutly religious. There’s subjective as well as objective. I really don’t feel the subjective is due to chemical reactions in my brain or the brains of many people both now and the past that have had religious experiences.

And my wife is suddenly, almost inexplicably, drawn toward religion. I mean, like, it’s her only thought all of a sudden. Weirdly, I’m the best one to teach her in the direction she wants to go.

There’s probably more to this thought on this post, but that’s what I’ve got for now.

Found

Musings Plus

Until I found You I felt so alone
Now that I hold You deep within my heart
Never believing that I could atone
I know with out doubt we never will part.

You fill me with love, with hope, and with joy
Faithfully filling my heart and my mind
Any darkness I feel You will destroy
Teaching me daily how to be more kind.

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