Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Next War

What are the United States waiting for? While president Obama gets peace Nobel prizes, smaller countries around the world are stocking up on weaponry and friendship agreements.

The problem is that the UN keeps the US on a leech, out of fear of the US bringing war to Europe, this time from neighboring UN countries. To these countries the UN is nothing more than political, economical games which they don't care about but the UN are decided on maintaining peace and will play their game as long as they can.

The US is still a country apart which makes it harder for them to suffer from sneak attacks. Plus they still have the advantage of their strong military power. But European countries are back to back and prone to destruction the same way cancer cells destruct their neighboring cells.

But while the struggle to maintain peace and democracy in the world continues, smaller, non-UN, non-US-friendly, non-mainstream countries are using this lack of "vulgar display of power" to grow. These countries mainly include the ones that are being closely watched as to whether or not they cross over the "military strength" global acceptance levels, and countries that are not on the high threat list and generally countries that are poorer (compared to the 1st world countries) and don't constitute a threat in the long run; Iran with his nice president. Korea with new weaponry. God only knows what all the less talked about countries agreed on, and with whom.

Religion here also plays a role. Most of these non-mainstream countries are not Christian, to which just adds difference and purpose to discussion which leads to war.

911. 911 was not part of a plan by this rising threat, but more of an unpredicted impulse by a few of it's less powerful members. Still, it provided an insight onto military response levels.

"What i took for granted as a sunny country-side house in an overall quite and isolated hill rapidly became the running fields of disperse enemy soldiers carrying semi-automatic weapons, killing in an undiscriminated manner. Soon, these walls did not protect me from the outside disturbances and these became able to kick down doors and possessed the attitude "you should be dead".

So i see this big picture and i ask myself. What's with all the damn bloody democracy?

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tag Line

The non-thinker is the one that truly enjoys the end result of a thinker/developer's work.

Providing Ourselves With More

We ARE going to turn into cyborgs. We WILL replace our human body with stronger parts. We KNOW our brain doesn't use it's full capacity. We WILL probably take more advantage of it by substituting weak flesh and bone with stronger material.

In conjuncture with "the war with machines", the way i see it is that humans will create human-like machines at the same time it improves himself. The war with the machines, if it ever comes will make us increase the speed at which we change our bodies as to keep up with stronger beings. If the war with machines happens.

But we will always tweak everything, including ourselves.

But who is to blame? I bet there's nobody that wouldn't like to be able to run along a beach shore and jump 50 feet in the air and land on soft sand; run into the water and be able to run ON the water, until you decelerate and fall into the water, where you then start to swim fast; faster than a shark; hold your breath for 1 hour and be able to sustain the deepest pressures.

What we need is a plan. We can't fall unto pressure of stronger beings - like a machine -, so we can elegantly change and still remain our humanity, our human root, the beautiful human body form.

No Block

I don't think Hell and Heaven are definite nor separate. I think we experience them both, each for a period of time and then our mind fades. There is no eternity. All this happens while you die. Not forever.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Alien Sleep Cycle May Be a Problem!

Whenever the subject about aliens appears, especially in movies, the main concern is always whether or not they are hostile or not. But there's other things to consider.

Imagine aliens live on a planet where their day has 56 hours, and then they land here. If they adapted biologically to their planet, like humans did, and sleep in intervals of 56 hours, NOT like humans do, it would be a major problem if they where to live among us.

I don't care how friendly they are; if their sleep cycle is once in 56 hours i don't want to be living near them, no matter how awesome it would be!

Friday, February 19, 2010

In Spirit

It seems from youth to death there is a 'ok, let it be' kinda feeling inherit to humans that grows from 'fuck it', to 'i have no other option than to accept it and i am fine with it'. I have a feeling death will bring something bad. Otherwise, why should we go from young, strong and unwilling to weak and accepting? It's like life is a kind of beating that shapes you into accepting everything around you, until you finally die. And what? Heaven? Goodness? After a life of beating? The point? Growing as a spirit? Where's the spirit in our world today? Why not nurture a growing spirit instead of showing horrors and scaring? The devil is out there and it's playing you. "It's funnily playing puppetry with the Christians in the church." - this reminds me of a kinda childish-marilyn manson lyric.

To bring up a topic i though about the other day but didn't write down, i think there is no more exterior spirit; it died. It died when Man was born, when conscious appeared. What other reason is there for constant need of progress? Of physical progress? We have always and still are abandoning the idea of spirit. Perhaps, we never possessed it at all from the moment consciousness appeared. Since ancient time Man has built. Along with believed, but obviously the building has gained more points. I mean, even hardcore spirituals turn to warmongers.

God died when Man was born.

And genetically we know this. We take less and less into account the spiritual. Ages ago there was Gods for everything. Today, not so much. The so called "spiritual people" are hopeless humans fighting for something that cannot be. I know spiritual people that are more interested in physical comfort than spiritual achievement. But in the end, we are all the same, because we all look for physical comfort, before spiritual comfort is searched. Again, a dead cause.

Whenever i feel like this, i recollect a movie by Steven Spielberg i think, where there was this planet just with water and a high race of beings; i think it was one of the first episodes of Star Wars. I always remember these beings, and i wish that Humans where walking towards being like them. That's what gets me through these thoughts.

But, i am fighting towards spiritual achievement now, the same fight i said was impossible to win. Such strong spiritual feeling. It comes up when all your hopes are down. I believe we are alone.

Christianity is a beautiful waste of time.
Buddhism is a fun waste of time.
Hinduism is a skeptical waste of time.

I'm sure all religions are specific.

And i'm sure they help people remember what others felt; the spiritual calling.

Again i remember that i have realized this before.

Monday, February 15, 2010

The Strong Gravitational Pull

In the early age, Humans made an astonishing discovery regarding black holes. They discovered that due to their huge gravitational pull, the closest black holes where able to pull a person's spirit, after death, into their centers, destroying them.
As of the 770's from the third millennium, the more elderly started to be transported from their home planet (planet Earth) to interstellar planets unprovided of a black hole's gravitational pull, to avoid having their spirit killed.
Today, 6 thousand years later, most of these amazingly colonized interstellar planets are populated with humans all age and governed by our ancestors' spirits.
Planet Earth remains as a wild planet where the more adventurous go to enjoy the planet's natural state, but rarely stay.