A notebook bulletin board
tacked on when randomly bored
applied thoughts in a scribblebook
open for the world to look who passes by
so fast to see like a needle in a haystack we
safely stash those innermost secrets thought to be
at least you see languishing up and into pristine
blossoms for you to pick and sniff and hope
they don't make you sick.



I want you all to imagine we are outside, at night.
Now, point your index fingers at the stars.
What you're seeing is the spiraling tail of creation's
first manifested light going back to the beginning.

The beginning of what, you ask?
The beginning of our lives here.

Keep pointing those fingers at the stars.
These suns appear clustered together
inside the core of our universe.
Because our universe is expanding
into membranes.

See all those stars crowded together deep inside there?
For all life forms in this universe, a similar light display manifests.
Alien beings will point their skinny fingers at us
some long distant day in the future, and wonder.

The reason for this is because all life manifests across time.
Life eventually comes to open its eyes and peer inside
the deep core of this universe, blinking and thinking.

"With so many stars out there, where are the signs of aliens?"
We all ask this question, every extraterrestrial along with us.
The answer remains the same for us all.
The stars are merely sign posts along
the evolutionary gateways of death.

See the stars spread out across our skies and realize.
That is exactly where we're all going eventually.
To a place where our starlight will be left behind
shining back out at the new lifeforms trapped
on a planet appearing long after we're gone.


  1. I don't even know why the Fermi Paradox still exists.
    It's been perfectly apparent for quite some time now that Einstein was correct about the spacetime continuum. i.e, stars and their inherent potential for hosting life exist solely across TIME.

    I think the reason for the Fermi Paradox persisting in the minds of the majority of us, is because we're making the mistake of assuming spatial dimensions exist between the stars when nothing could be further from the case.

    Apparently even the greatest minds in science can't help but project our conception of cubic space which exist here on the surface of this planet onto the cold interstellar void.

    Just as soon as we fully realize that our universe and galaxies and solar systems manifest across TIME, we may then arrive at the obvious conclusion that the reason there remains no "evidence" of extraterrestrial civilizations for us from our current vantage-point is simply because we are searching through the fading light impressions of long lost civilizations.

    Leading to the equally obvious conclusion that the sum of all extraterrestrial civilizations exist both in the past and the future solely.

    It really is quite simple if you stop and think about it enough.

  2. According to the above theory--one genuine method by which we might search for traces of extraterrestrial civilizations, is to think about what impressions (if any) could a civilization leave embedded within the light-signature of their dying star. In my view we might X-ray or otherwise closely examine their light itself for the faintest remnants of the tell tale signs. We might just find their celestial Shroud of Turin left behind.