March 3, 2018
I argue that we are all extremely addicted to food, water, and air. When we do not obtain these high's it is the detox that kills us. In fact we are so addicted we cannot wean ourselves off within a single life time. However it is the destiny of the human race to kick these three addictions as well as our addiction to sex at which point we will reach our ultimate evolution and will gain the ability to live in the vacuum of space.
My case laid out in more detail -
April 23, 2018
I agree with the fact that we live in a world where nobody lives without any addictions. Addictions in any form is bad for us. A small thought process that I have when I look back at my week and think in retrospect as to what activities I have indulged myself with, goes along the lines of "is this activity my master or slave?" If you have command over anything, be it checking your social media feed or reading books, then you know that you are in the right position. If you are its slave then you know you have a problem.
February 26, 2018
It is a choice.
Bad choices develop habits and then addictions. For example, people choose to get addicted to (desire) alcohol, sugar, processed foods, gluten, red meat and dairy.
I use a tensor which is like a pendulum to see if the food I purchase is good for me on an energetic level. If it's not good for me, I don't buy it.
I eat out twice a week and again use a tensor.
April 24, 2018
Like Davies i believe biological life is but a fleeting phase in our evolution
Paul Davies, a British-born theoretical physicist, cosmologist, astrobiologist and Director of the Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science and Co-Director of the Cosmology Initiative at Arizona State University, says in his new book The Eerie Silence that any aliens exploring the universe will be AI-empowered machines. Not only are machines better able to endure extended exposure to the conditions of space, but they have the potential to develop intelligence far beyond the capacity of the human brain.
"I think it very likely – in fact inevitable – that biological intelligence is only a transitory phenomenon, a fleeting phase in the evolution of the universe," Davies writes. "If we ever encounter extraterrestrial intelligence, I believe it is overwhelmingly likely to be post-biological in nature."
It would explain much about the UFO narrative.
We ourselves are on our way to being biological substrate independent sophonts.
Perhaps the "Grey" is simply an optimized synthetic bio-form, a sort of Waldo.