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The Man Who Lives In a Tree

Terça-feira, 21.01.14

Mick Dodge:

- The man who lives in a tree, doesn't wear shoes, and brushes his teeth with a pinecone.


Talk about living off the grid...


About 25 years ago, Mick Dodge shed his shoes, grew his beard, and left modern civilization (and a family) to live alone in the Pacific Northwest’s Hoh rain forest.



“My family has perfected the art of dodging civilizations for hundreds of years. All I have to do is follow my feet,” says the backwoods philosopher.


What else would you like audiences to know?



"Just stand up, step out of your shoebox and walk around through your habitat, your local area. When you do perhaps you will begin to notice some simple things. What will happen when you begin to follow your feet? I have no idea, no one does. I only know my own story. But I also know this: all of us are storytellers, so I hope people step out long enough to feel into the remembering, develop a practice of recovery and begin restoring their footing with the earth".


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Looking for Alien 'Bubbles' in Other Galaxies

Quinta-feira, 02.08.12


When I was under the velvet black skies of western Texas a few months ago I had a magnificent view of the star-studded bulge of our galaxy, in the direction of the summer constellation Sagittarius.


How many advanced civilizations might be in this hub of the Milky Way? I pondered. After all, this is the direction where the mysterious "WOW" radio signal that was detected three decades ago came from.


The problem is that we are embedded in a thick forest of stars, and identifying the location of an extraterrestrial civilization -- one that's attempting to contact us -- is the proverbial needle-in-haystack search as the SETI scientists always say.


Therefore, it would make sense to go looking at a neighboring "forest," or rather nearby galaxy, for evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence.



NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is conducting a multi-year survey across a swath of the neighboring Andromeda galaxy (M31). The images are filled with so many resolved stars that they resemble at grains of sand on a beach. This could make an excellent citizen science project, to scour the Andromeda fields for anomalous-looking regions.


Could Terrorist Aliens Cyber attack us?

Super-Civilizations Might Live Off Black Holes.

Asteroid forensics may point to Alien space miners.



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publicado por Produções Anormais - Albufeira às 18:28