DATELINE: Sick of Influenza?
Hoover teaches Giorgio a Lesson in Life Matter.
When we heard British author Michael Collins state that, “Viruses come from spice,” we were confounded until we realized that his accent actually meant “Viruses come from space.”
So, Ancient Aliens has reached the epidemiological conclusion that it is all astrobiology after all.
NASA scientist Dr. Richard Hoover takes Giorgio into a glacier to look for ice worms among the ancient DNA hiding in ice crystals. These likely arrived thousands, if not millions of years ago. They are waiting to infect us.
According to ancient alien theorists, these directed viruses are intended to alter us: it’s the old Mathusian philosophy that what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. It seems space aliens may be weeding out the weaker, culling the herd. Before Social Darwinists get their knickers in a twist, the actual quote–we are told by knowing readers–is from NIetzche.
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We are becoming more like (space aliens, not crypto Nazis): androgynous, smarter, and with more brittle bones. Sounds like pan-sexuality, not pan-spermia. It all could be the same thing.
Why? Well, the bad news is that we are being made more compatible to some reptilian space race in order to blend us together at some point in the future of the planet. Your forked tongue may be genetic.
When they point out that in 1918 on the same August day in Boston and Bombay, the Spanish influenza struck and proceeded to kill millions, this was likely the result of the virus riding into the world on the tail of a comet that swiped across two hemispheres.
Through the microbes of the universe the war on DNA was waged.
In case you were wondering, it appears that every living creature in the universe uses DNA to build his living blockheads of seeded beings. So, next time you see a reptilian, remember that he is a cousin under the scaly skin.