What’s The Big Idea?
Ideas don’t come from nothing – they come from everything.
As I walked into a community meeting last week; someone in the back called out: “Are you still causing trouble?”
“I never cause trouble” I replied and kept walking – denial is usually the best response until you can appraise the situation – but now, and in public, I’ll make an admission: I have a “command center.”
Everywhere these days; there’s a command center: so I got four cameras, pointed them at nothing in particular, and had split-screened a command center on my monitor.
When I started watching “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch” – they too had a “command center” – and I felt like part of the club. But then they opened a coded lock to their “inner sanctum” – “Shit! They have an inner sanctum!” – but short of putting a coded lock on my bathroom [which isn’t “visitor friendly”] or lining my garage with foil – I’ll have to wait on that.
“Skinwalker Ranch” has many secrets; and the first of these is why it was sold. I believe in the simple case that overrides the boundary conditions; and if there was any evidence of extraterrestrials or portals: government fears of First Contact, or even first discovery, would have kept it out of private hands, and public scrutiny.
Although the show’s experiments are carried out on a landfill of previous, undisclosed government experiments; the results and data are consistent with a high incidence of low probability electromagnetic phenomena [and perhaps magnetic theories of ball lightning could provide an insight into the observed incidents of “orbs” and their seeming ability to pass through solid matter.]
So where’s the “Idea Enhancement” thing? Since Idea Enhancement’s “qualitative thinking” leaves no tracks; I can only present the idea: Carry out cold fusion experiments at Skinwalker Ranch. That’s it, that’s what I would do.
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