Dec 24, 2010 09:29 AM
Tell you what, when I first realized/discovered (rediscovered) that man had an physical layer that he realistically knew very little about I really didn't have much of a choice about it. Basically, I just reached that point/age wherein my system was full and I simply popped a cork. From that moment on, and having opened my mouth about such an experience it's been nothing but hassle.
I thought I'd probably win the Nobel Peace Prize, I was ever so naive; what I know now, 8/10 years later, is that scientific advancement can be such a huge handful.
Never had so many people, many well regarded and 'respected' in their fields tell me to shut up, or openly harrass me to try and force me to be quiet -
I'm an alien, I'm a hybred, I'm a religious blasphemy, a biological freak to the world's way of life, a daner to industries, a open threat to scholars and academics, on and on and on it goes or has gone a/b the simple truth remains the same; man has a bodily layer he's yet to discover.
And maybe that's why, these days, wherever I am there's a Medical Clinic just over head or right next door ororor heh - you get the picture I'm sure.
The long and the short of it; this is a good thing, not a bad thing and it isn't the kind of thing that I think should ever be a secret NOR and in particular is it something meant exclusively for merely a few very privilaged people to study/decide as to whether to keep it a/o to dispose of it quietly - something like this (a Heirloom of longlife and health) belongs to man through and through - it is not here to be destroyed or to be the physical property of a few selected individuals.
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