A podcast of questions we don’t want to answer but we do anyway. Are ghosts real? Could you murder? Who makes the best sandwich? And so on...I sit down with friends, family, and strangers and try to get some answers.
At night, when you go outside and look up, what do you see? Do you see a massive black void? Maybe unattainable sparkling lights? Or do you see a possibility? Possible hope for life beyond our planet?
There are more questions than stars in the sky and far fewer answers. Far, far fewer! Fractions of fractions. We know little of what is beyond our planet in the grand scheme of things.
Our solar system is 7 billion, 440 million miles. If you wanted to drive that distance, you’d hop in your car and travel at an average speed of 60mph; it would take you 124,000,000 million hours or 14,155.25 years. Also, there are not any rest stops, so no Big Gulps.
Now our solar planetary system is only one of the 3,221 known planet systems in the Milky Way galaxy. This leaves a lot of room for the possibility of intelligent life.
Have we already been visited? Are we in constant contact with aliens and do not realize it? What might the powers that be know that they will not tell us? Is this all horse crap? Let’s find out.
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We have a mental health problem. For the most part, we do not know a lot about mental illness. We have an idea. A hunch but what works for one person might not work for the other. The brain locks up a lot of mysteries and has yet to tell us where the key happens to be to unlock it