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Sunday, January 4, 2015

#MM: Can You Stand It?

This week's theme is to post a song that is new to us and we can't get enough of it. This is a problem for me because in the last two weeks, I've posted this song in one form or another. Last Monday, I posted it as part of a Rewind of 2014, and the week before, I posted it as a rewrite of a Hanukah song. Well, you asked for it, but you don't have to listen to it, again . . . unless, of course, you can't get enough of it. Here's the song I've been singing since before Thanksgiving. It will probably be a frequent post should you join the hop.

I'm All About That Bass, 
by Meghan Trainor

Here's an old one that I've never gotten enough of either. 
I always think of Farris Bueller when I hear this song.

Oh, Yeah, by Yello

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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Are We First or Screwed?


I read an interesting article about our universe and beyond. More stars float through space than grains of sand resting on our beaches; and, many of those stars have planets circulating with atmospheres like ours--at least 100,000 earth like worlds. Keeping that in mind, life must exist on other planets. So, the big question is, why have they not made

their presence known? The article went on 
with multiple theories to answer that question.

Perhaps we could be first, in that we're the most advanced in technology. Ha! I doubt that one. The earth is a relatively young planet. Intelligent life somewhere else would have had billions more years to advance further than us. 

One thought is the existence of an advancement filter that sets things up so that the other beings would not bother us when we're so primitive. For example, would you go introduce yourself to ants on an anthill. Why waste your time? However, as we get further advanced, we get closer to the filter. Once we reach it, others in the universe will wipe us out so that we are no longer a threat to them . . .  that is if we don't do that to ourselves first.

If alien beings exist, why do we send out signals to try to find them? Is this what we want? Is there value in meeting aliens who might want to kill us? We should bring these silly space recordings home and let sleeping dogs lie. 

Perhaps aliens have already found us. Have you ever thought that God could be an alien who has been keeping us safe from the others as if we are his pets?

So happy new year. We've made it through another twelve months without drawing attention to the aliens beyond our planet. Maybe one day we'll get too advanced and they'll kill us, but until that time:


Tuesday, December 30, 2014