bobprin's Wall User Forums User News Links Comments: 1092 Total Stars: 28 Messages Please log in or become a member to add a post. Websites No websites added. Recent Public Comments Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/12/2013 8:21:14 AMAs I gaze around my office festooned with my tie dyed peace flag, collection of hippie buttons, autographed picture of the merry pranksters bus, (signed The Bus) grateful dead posters and other such bric a brac, Ifind it hard to picture myself as an apex predator. Relax Jax, long time no read. I hope you're ok. 1° this morning, I'm getting too old to deal with this cold weather. Been looking into recycling computers for gold and platinum but I would have to do the entire process to make it pay. There aren't that many junk computers around here anyway. I noticed the president urged young people to learn "the code" as computers will be a part of their future. This would have been excellent advice thirty years ago. My little grandson knows more about them now than I'll ever know.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/11/2013 5:47:46 PMYAY! A positive note for the humans. Well, sorta positive, ain't it?Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/11/2013 3:31:27 PMI wouldn't worry about overt picture takers, especially if you run around in drag. So tell us Gary, how do you know about the five rejections? Did m smith or applewhite tell this to you? Or is there a new kid on the block? And by the way, why would we want a bunch of losers taking over our planet? Aren't they worried about ghosts? They would have to take care of my mother in law as she is too mean to just die. Good luck aliens.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/11/2013 5:54:01 AM"The distinction between the past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." -- Albert Einstein. Yes, metal would decay and change shape left to the elements and forces of nature. The Appalachians are a good example of what nature can accomplish. ( they were once the tallest mountains in the world ) So, it takes epochs to clean up the mess we humans make in a very short time. One place there might still be evidence is on the moon, another can of worms. Perhaps some humans from another era made it into space and are now returning. The devolution of egyptian building practices is interesting as the same did not happen in the americas. Of course we are barely scratching the surface of what potentialy lies hidden in the jungles. However I doubt if we will exist long enough to solve those mysteries. Our species is too fragile to survive in the long run.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/10/2013 6:34:17 AMOk, I agree. However, where is the smoking gun? Where is the scrap? Like I ask the mormons where are the ruins? One spark plug in a geode does not make a civilization make. Unless of course the pyramids are far older than we think.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/9/2013 7:02:11 PMGary, I totally agree with you on that one. We are but a blink of an eye in time and space. Good thing our souls recycle.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/9/2013 7:57:42 AMHey, Miss Breeld how ya'll? I believe Gary is refering to the aliens recovered in the Roswell incident. Go to youtube search "alien autopsy". Now Gary, we don't live in hell. There are good times for almost all of us that go with the bad. Ok, you like math, the three biggest if not most famous ancient structures, pyramid at giza, pyramid at tec?? North of mexico city, and stonehenge all use π in their construction. The pyramid in mexico is exactly half the height but has the same base measure. Stonehenge's circle will fit exactly inside the triangle outline of pyramid/giza. That all had to be random chance as they were too far apart. Of course if you dig deep enough all things relate. So the point I wish to make is a vega looks nothing like an impala but are both made by chevy.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/8/2013 5:24:23 PMNow that you have elaborated on your penal coloney belief I can understand what you are trying to say. That makes as much sense as being gods. There is quite a surplus of spare parts now. Did you know that over 110,000 people came up missing in the US last year alone? What horrible pets we must make. Well, space is limitless, and there are lots of planets. Besides, if they grow tired of us they already told us we would be judged and destroyed. So, even if we're going to hell in a bucket at least we can enjoy the ride.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/8/2013 1:19:00 PMBreeld you are my biggest fan, thank you for the nice complement. I had never met the lady editor before and had been in the local diner a couple months ago when ufos came up. Well I couldn't resist running my mouth and the lady was the editor. The next day the paper place caught fire and burnt down. They bought another place across the street and are back in business. If I do this I'll probably do one about the witch of Smokey Hill. It's an old story from the early 1800s. Now its where the illuminati of our little town keep their little mansions (camps). Pretty much deserted this time of year. I didn't know you were a southern gal. Cool.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:12/8/2013 6:51:59 AMOops, I forgot to say where I was refering to: Olantaytambo, Peru. Sorry about that paranormal readers, I have a bad habit that I assume everybody is educated better than I am. Then I remember Gary reads this and even though he can spell well whenever he is confronted with a new concept he returns to his rants. Wait, thats not fair. The kids think I'm eccentric, the grandkids think I'm crazy, mary just smiles and shrugs. I was approached by the local paper about writing an article of local paranormal interest. Actual news gets pretty thin in the winter, almost as thin as the press. We will close down in a couple weeks for the holidays, I might have time then.