directed transpermia  

somethingelse40 74M
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9/3/2006 2:42 am

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directed transpermia

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brainstorms … retroactive Viagra ... cranium saturations … Frigidaire … seedtime and harvest …

If you wish to make an apple pie truly from scratch, you must first invent the universe. ~~ Carl Sagan


The theory or hypothesis proposed by one occasionally and/or ostensibly somewhat stoned, reputedly quite fond of LSD, funny mushrooms, and/or other alternative hallucinogenic modes of essential paranormal inspiration, Dr. Francis Harry Compton Crick (1916-2004) the Nobel laureate inextricably tied to the discovery of DNA in 1953, that DNA cells and subsequent life on earth originated elsewhere and was transported to earth by intelligent and/or pseudo-intelligent beings, perhaps by intelligent design has now cum to be rather widely applied and recognized as directed transpermia.
Duly and indubitably extrapolated from a rather boring and exhaustive Google search turning up some rather odd and a sundry and generally cautious excursions into some of the leading evolution and/or self-contained self-madness models, including panspermia rather than intelligent design or creation, and including directed transpermia and terraforming: bill.srnr.arizona.edu/classes/182/Quests1.htm

“Everything is given to us. Our lives came forth with no plan on our part. We have no lease on life and no control, ultimately over any possession. In the addictive and codependent, dysfunctional whether we know it and/or admit it or not families most of us came from, we learned something else. We learned a lonely arrogance that said, “I should be self-sufficient,” [a wholly self-contained self-sufficient self-madness glob of clueless flesh and bones]. “I have earned everything that ever came to me.” Deep down we probably knew how untrue that was, and we felt great self-doubt, [albeit wholly self-contained self-actualizing self-doubt].

“The cure we learn in this rather haphazard discovery and generally somewhat enlightening regimen of directed transpermia for our lonely arrogance is a miracle and a blessing. We accept that we are part of a larger whole. Now it dawns on us–all of our friends and relatives and antagonists share this basic powerlessness. We are all pilgrims. We are all guests. We are all stewards of creation. We can be close, and we simply must tolerate one another because everyone is equally vulnerable and perhaps equally suspect.

I am grateful to my Directed Transpermia today for the life which has been given me. I pray and/or flexibly genuflex for greater understanding of my directed purpose and/or responsibilities.

~~ indubitably extrapolated principally from the Hazelden September 1 Touchstone.

somethingelse40 The greatest obstacle to achieving my goals is that I don't know what my goals are. POT-SHOTS NO. LOST.

RozCanadian What’s so bad about being an atheist? There’s no one to talk to when you climax. POT-SHOTS NO. N/A.



moonfire2u 69F
2602 posts
9/3/2006 7:46 am

again...another thought provoking post...I find that I agree with much of what you said...I think the efforts to make us self sufficient is only a way to help us to take care of ourselves not necessarily to isolate us from everyone else...but I see how this can seem like a "lonely arrogance" and in some cases may actually be so. Good post...

kind thoughts,
Moonfire


TonyPlays 64M

9/3/2006 9:41 am

I feel that in the act of experiencing the universe I am actually creating my universe. (Oops, I've saidith too much.)


TonyPlays 64M

9/3/2006 3:57 pm

Actually the only purpose you have is that purpose that you decide for yourself. (think about it).


EroticaXTC 49F

9/4/2006 8:23 am

stop genuflecting so much and just be..


somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
9/5/2006 4:37 am

    Quoting moonfire2u:
    again...another thought provoking post...I find that I agree with much of what you said...I think the efforts to make us self sufficient is only a way to help us to take care of ourselves not necessarily to isolate us from everyone else...but I see how this can seem like a "lonely arrogance" and in some cases may actually be so. Good post...

    kind thoughts,
    Moonfire
The only thing troubling my superb self-confidence and lonely arrogance is the nagging possibility that you may be right.


somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
9/5/2006 4:39 am

    Quoting TonyPlays:
    I feel that in the act of experiencing the universe I am actually creating my universe. (Oops, I've saidith too much.)
It’s human to make mistakes including universes … and some of us are much more human than others.


somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
9/5/2006 4:40 am

Many people don’t realize my impotence immediately, and a surprising number never realize it at all.


somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
9/5/2006 4:42 am

    Quoting TonyPlays:
    Actually the only purpose you have is that purpose that you decide for yourself. (think about it).
If we all do what we believe to be right, there will assuredly be utter chaos.


somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
9/5/2006 4:47 am

    Quoting EroticaXTC:
    stop genuflecting so much and just be..
Tell me again how completely you agree with me. The world is a very strange community, but it's the only one we all belong to, and can be quite traumatic to get out of.


TonyPlays 64M

9/9/2006 4:11 pm

    Quoting somethingelse40:
    If we all do what we believe to be right, there will assuredly be utter chaos.
I rest my case.


somethingelse40 replies on 9/10/2006 2:04 am:
A good way to get absolutely nowhere is to try to move in several directions at once.

marnison 79F

9/12/2006 11:19 am

you've made it.

smiles


somethingelse40 replies on 9/12/2006 3:33 pm:
You have the power to make me happy, and/or insane ~ but it’s totally worthless unless you use it.

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