Hello, Humans. Before I start this post, I want to make a huge announcement. The paperback version of my new book is now available. Thus, anyone from any country can now own my book.
Secondly, now you can get the ebook for only 1 dollar (used to be $2.99). Third, my other book, 1999 (ebook version) is available for free but that’s only for a short period of time. Ok enough of self-promoting. These questions that I’m about to list were questions that had always lingered in my mind for a some time now and I need answers:
- What if the Earth is actually hollow?
If you don’t know, there’s a theory that state the Earth is actually hollow and there’s an advanced civilisation living inside it. I even made two posts about it (click here and here). Actually, I don’t really care if there’s a whole other civilisation living inside the Earth but what if WE ARE LIVING INSIDE THE EARTH. What if we aren’t at the ‘surface’ but actually living in the ‘interior’?
2. Why some family members sue each other over money?
Recently, I had been watching episodes of Judge Judy which if you don’t know is a reality tv show of people in ‘court’ (it’s not actual court) and I had seen many family members suing each other over money. There was even an episode where a mom sues her daughter for not paying rent. It’s weird because you know the money isn’t going anywhere. If you give money to your husband or wife, then it is kind of different because you may separate or divorce later. However, if you give money to your children, the money still stays in your family. When you die, the money will probably go to them anyway.
3. Why is the depictions of aliens are very similar?
Usually, when someone ask you to draw aliens, you will probably draw something like this:
I know that probably it started by some movie or something but how does people initially get the idea to draw aliens like that?
4. What is when we are asleep we are actually awake?
Sometimes when I go to sleep, I start to wonder what if my ‘real life’ starts when I go to sleep and when I wake up, it’s actually a dream. In fact, how do I know I’m not dreaming now? Nobody can come to me and say you aren’t dreaming because I can just say that when you die, you wake up and you don’t have proof to say that I’m wrong.
Ok, that’s all for today’s blog. Follow me on Twitter for fun.