July 8, 2017
Galaxies, galactic clusters, binary galaxies Such unimaginable distances. Not so amazing that we are not alone. What's amazing to me is how et's get here. Obviously they have some means other than rocket power to get from a to b. Not amazing to someone who can do it.
Sometimes I think about the beings who've been around for billions of years, who've discovered how to get from a to b light years distant. Maybe they now exist in an entirely other dimension not so physical as this one. How they've managed to survive wars and self imposed destruction. They reach the point where they can prevent war and disease and so are in the safe zone, free to make further progress. No limits.
Then there's us. The whole friggin thing could go down leaving only artifacts of a once intelligent civilization here on earth. If it can happen it probably has happened. Some make it some don't. I wonder if they are watching to prevent our self destruction. Or will they one day re-seed earth with new genetically engineered primates-watching like zoo visitors or gardeners-waiting to harvest DNA to populate other worlds.
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