Passenger17

Thoughts arrive like butterflies
2001-12-11 19:26:09 (UTC)

11.12.01

I wanna know...

Why we humans use only 10% of our massively supercharged
brains?
Why idiot savants can somehow access parts of the remaining
90%?
Why we humans have a gene pool with over 4000 genetic
defects?
Why our closest genetic relatives, chimps and gorillas,
have very few?
Why we humans have genes that are only 200,000 to 250,000
years old?
Why anthropologist insists that we descended from creatures
4,000,000 years old?
Why we humans in no way resemble those ancient so-called
pre-humans?
Why we humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes for a grand
total of 46?
Why our closest genetic relatives (sharing 98%-99% of our
DNA) total 48? How we humans could lose 2 whole chromosomes
in only 250,000 years?
Why our skin is so poorly adapted to the amount of
sunlight striking Earth?
Why we are so physically weak compared to our closest
genetic relatives?
Why Earth is minus a huge part of its crust, the part where
the oceans are?
Why Earth is the only planet or moon with movable tectonic
plates?
Why Earth's moon is so extraordinarily outsized relative to
other moons?
Why megalithic structures like the Pyramids cannot be
duplicated today?
Why stones in those structures would buckle today's largest
moveable cranes?
How the ancient Sumerians knew all about Uranus, Neptune,
and Pluto?
Why we found Uranus only in 1781, Neptune in 1846, and
Pluto in 1930?
How and why the Sumerians kept cosmic time in units of
almost 26,000 years?
And I wonder...if these questions will ever end?


Yep. I copied that.


et....a nice poem of someones I read.


"She's wrapped in stitches in my head
most people think that she is dead
Her long forgotten memory
is still a haunting voice to me

The violet bruises on her face
and something else I can't quite place
We stumble through subconscious doors
and trample over stupid whores

Then she sees the light
that has been holding her down
And finally turns away
to break her fucking crown

Now I'm wearing her dollhouse disease
in fear that there's nothing beneath
I would kill myself just to forget..."