Posts Tagged ‘evolution’

Oct 26, 2014

How We Came To Be

OMG. I just realized how we came into existence. Watch that Sony gimmicky 4K ice bubble video and then you’ll realize how, if you have any inclination about physics and nature and chaos. In science, the laws of the universe are, well, UNIVERSAL. Therefore, whatever phenomenon you witness on Earth MUST be the same as it is on Mars, in the Milky Way, in a black hole, in the sun, etc. It should all be the same.

So watching that bubble freeze in high-speed video (I don’t know if it’s computer-generated or not, it might as well be, but that would defeat the purpose of Sony selling their cameras too not just their TVs). Anyway, the bubble froze into what resembled our Earth. Ain’t that a trip?

So we came to be because the Earth was some random bubble in space and froze. But it doesn’t pop like these bubbles because it’s so big and in it contained dirt and bacteria and other randomly evolving cosmos space dust. And then our ancient ancestors climbed out that boiling water ooze soon after.

Whoa!!!

May 14, 2013

Evolution: My Interpretation

All you have to do is observe your surroundings and the answer is right there. Right in front of you. (more…)

Jan 5, 2013

Time-traveling on the Shoulders of Whales

I present to you an idea about evolution and time-travel. (more…)

Jun 28, 2012

Evolution of Computer Programming Terminology and Concepts

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it applies. Object-oriented programming has been implemented since the 1960s, so that’s 50 years of efficient practice. But could it be even more advanced? (more…)

May 6, 2012

Thoughts on Evoluton 2012

Professor X can really sell evolution if he’s played by Patrick Stewart. But here’s my take. (more…)