What Planet are we on?
by Edward Thornton
(Whitestone, New York, United Colonies of ...)
Take your pick
On which planet are we really?
When are we really?
How could I be standing on any point on this planet and determine my location, magnetic orientation, gravitational level, rotation and speed of planet
spin, the size and shape of the planet?
Why are the very expensive polar satellites be denied to us real time access?
Who built the pyramids and other artifacts and why?
Why is there pyramids or other large artifacts on every continent?
Did we really evolve naturally or were we a gene experimentation?
How many of the UFO sightings are real or holographic or implanted experiences?
What is consciousness, to be awake, reality?
Good Questions Fact or Fiction
I am contactable through cellular at 646-705-3286 and e-mail domains of firstname.lastname@example.org. I am looking for a science based position starting at a neophyte level and working up as far and fast as I can. I am interested in a benefit package which includes and excellent salary (I have been blocked so I am money hungry!) an early retirement, incentives and bonuses, scientific prestige
in lieu of defamation, maintenance of copyrights and patents under my name although liscensure would be gern (absolute guarantee on no shelving or suppression) and a relocation and housing start-up package.
CopyRight Edward Thornton 2009 All Rights ReservedBarry's Response
- Good luck with that, Edward.
I see you've got quite an ambitious wish list!
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