Sunday, July 24, 2011


No Kidding


This is about the worst position to be in.

We now know, for example, that there are an awful lot of fair-sized chunks of rock flying around out there which could do for us as one of their brethren did for the dinosaurs. But at the moment we can't do a thing about them. We don't have the means to destroy or even divert them. We don't even know where they all are and anything coming from sunward would probably not be spotted until it was almost on top of us.

So a hundred years ago we were in almost blissful ignorance of the threat. A hundred years from now we will be able to do something about it - we hope. For the present we just have to sit here and sweat it out because there's not much else we can do.

That's a really nice Universe the Creator set up for us.
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