Remember “The Six Million Dollar Man“…
… and “The Bionic Woman.”
Well, that appears to be where we’re headed. (Unless, of course, we don’t make it that long, given the results of the November election.)
So let’s say some intergalactic alien race, let’s call them Kanamits, came up with a special use for humans and took us all with them to their planet. What would happen to this third rock from the sun?
Well that’s depressing. If humans disappeared, the world would be a better place from nature’s perspective. It wouldn’t take that long: 500 years or so. And 500 years is nothing in the life of a 4.5 billion year old Earth. Hell, 500 years is nothing even if you’re deluded into believing the Earth is only 6,000 years old.
We need the Earth more than it needs us.
Let’s remember that.
Let’s say we do something stupid that wipe out the Earth’s human population. This is what the world has to look forward to.
This was made in Canada, and Steven Harper was kicked out of office last week, so there’s hope to the north of us.
But we’ve got a GOP clown show, and that’s not going away anytime soon.
So, vote for science.
Via Ted Talks
This contains more accurate scientific information than the entire Creation Museum in Kentucky.
You know those voices you hear every day, but they’re not from people you’ve ever seen?
Like this one:
And this one:
In D.C., we hear these voices every day. And there are other voices like these throughout the world. On mass transportation throughout the country, in your GPS, on your particular phone.
When humans disappear and aliens visit the planet. They’re going to still have a lot of people talking to them and telling them whatever they want to know.