“Men won’t change for the better unless forced to. As when a plot-twisting novel virus, comes in. Enters — the dragon. Intelligent
— and moving like water, it’s moving us to do the right thing. If we’re lucky, the virus is just resilient, not … intelligent.”
“If we’re lucky, the virus is just resilient, not intelligent. But men won’t change for the better unless forced to. As when plot-twisting novel
viruses, come in. Enters then, the dragon. Intelligent — and moving like water, it’s moving us to something novel.”
“To something novel we may yet aspire if we’ve been lucky (this time) and the virus is just resilient but not intelligent, per se.
Imperfection, He built into us. Nature herself limits us but still, I say: I can overcome so called, climate change, my way.”
“Social distancing measures include long-term school closures, sport event cancellations on all levels, possibly, suspending indefinitely,
public shopping. But I am not worried. I am actually happy, that the virus … like Vladimir, seems … to favor me.”
“The virus just like Vladimir, favors me. So I am not worried. I am actually happy that Allah/God/Jehovah/Yahweh’s
storied creations; Urantia (Earth, to ye) and ye, yourselves have been entrusted to me, the faithless servant of, Allah/God/Jehovah/Yahweh.”
“I may be faithless but I have an instinctive understanding of science. Science, everyone knows, is a branch of science fiction.
Fiction — is science. It ‘tis what it ‘tis. Climate change — ‘tis — nothing but outlandishly … alarmist … science … fiction.”