The WTF post.
I had a really surreal conversation with three good friends of mine today, Algernon,Siva and Rory. I went to siglap with Siva to meet Algernon, had a pretty delightful dinner before going to Macs to meet Rory. We had a really really good talk that left me thinking throughout the night, even now.. as I'm typing, I'm thinking.
Have you ever thought about the Universe,Galaxy,Space,Evolution,The World in general..? We were talking about shit like that and it's really kind of creepy to actually really think about it. A theory I read somewhere and kind of support is that the galaxy is made up of time. Maybe, our future is pre-destined and it is waiting for us, we are just travelling through the galaxy to get there. The galaxy could possibly be sort-of an instrument of delivery to the future/past. For some reason, I can actually really picture the galaxy being time itself. Maybe right now, at this very moment, the dinosaurs are still living but we've gone past that stage.. BUT we can possibly go back to that period of time by unlocking the mystery and secrets of the galaxy. Hell, we could go back to that period of time wearing jeans and nike shoes. I might sound ridiculous but hey, it's just a theory that some people do believe in. And for some reason, it sort of makes sense to me.
The next topic we touched on was about the future. What you see on Television may not happen, the whole sky city with flying cars and robots walking around. I don't really think the future would be that way. As Siva said, with the current global warming effect.. The water level could rise in the future and flood the entire earth, and FISHES, yes fishes, would evolve into some kind of advanced and intelligent creature, maybe mermaids/mermen? Aquatic Life could be the next stage of evolution just like Dinosaurs and Mankind. Siva told me he read somewhere that we actually evolved from fishes. Sounds weird indeed eh? and from fishes, we adapted to changes and became land-fishes(alligators probably) and a gazillion years later, we could have possibly resembled a mammal-like amphibian, and then another gazillion years later, evolve into a monkey and you know the rest. Now that we are humans, what is our next step of evolution? unfortunately, we won't live to find that out.
Algernon proved a point about that. Cockroaches existed way before the dinosaurs did, a cockroach was a foot-long back then and it is probably one of the only few living things to experience the 3 stages of evolutions that took place on earth, Dinosaurs, to Whatever, to Humans. If you notice, pesticides are made to kill cockroaches, but the cockroaches these days are getting used to pesticides..adapting and evolving slowly, that could possibly be the reason why scientists constantly change the chemical content in the pesticides.
Another topic we talked about was life after death. Do you remember anything before you were born? Maybe that could be what would happen to you when you die. Everything is just shut out entirely. You wouldn't have to worry about being bored or anything because you can't think. You don't exist. You aren't there. It's just a theory, another theory is that you will move onto a different paralleled universe, a different dimension in general(could possibly be heaven or hell).
And I also do believe alien lifeforms exist. I don't think of the word Alien as paley skin,big black eyes and UFOS. Aliens, to me, mean life-forms that exists outside Earth.. And I think there are many many aliens that exist, possibly watching and observing us. Speaking of that, I was watching National Geographic afew days ago and a scientist was talking about how stars usually drop from the sky at night. What happens to them? The scientist in that program came up with a theory that the stars would usually drop into the sea and sink right underneath where everything is pitch-black and dark. These stars could contain alien lifeforms and could possibly break out from these stars and form a civilization under the sea, live in the underground water caverns and observe us from there. If the stars doesn't reach the sea however, it will die out together with a alien life-form in the star and just disappear. It could be possible because nobody has ever gone down that deep into the sea, it's almost impossible to explore the very depths of it actually, the most a researcher/explorer has gone is the pitch-black stages but there could be way more stuff underneath. Think about it, more and more weird mutated sea creatures are being found everyday. Could that possibly be the work of these alien life-forms? or something to do with evolution?
I can go on for this for hours. But I've posted enough for today. Well,people, if you are interested in this entry I just posted up, you certainly have to watch '2001: A Space Odyssey', One of the greatest films ever. The ending is really creepy and scary.. The Protagonist gets lost in space and evolves into some kind of weird deity. It might sound abit odd to you but the movie is really realistic.. Stanley Kubrick is a genius, just like David Lynch and Darren Aronofsky. (P.S I can't wait for 'Lone Wolf & Club' and 'Inland Empire')