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You're not ready for the truth. Then again, you probably never will be.
This is my first attempt at creating a blog. Please let me know if I have done it wrong.

Don't believe what the so-called Scientists say when it comes to Outer Space. Some, if not most or all, are wrong. Like my writing, I'm going to tell you the truth.

I know that most of you aren't going to believe me, but I don't care. That's not why I am creating this blog. Most of you will probably think I'm crazy, but I don't care about that either. You have a right to your opinion. Even if it's wrong. I know it's the truth.

The reason why I am doing this is because I think you deserve the truth. Even if you don't believe. All that matters is that I know it's true.
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April 24, 2017 at 2:03am
April 24, 2017 at 2:03am
#909748
SpaceBases


What is a SpaceBase? That’s a good question. Basically, what a SpaceBase is it’s a Space Station in orbit around a planet. When The League of Planets aka The League began about ten thousand years from now for us, and about three hundred thousand years for the rest of the universe, they put a SpaceBase in orbit of every planet in The League.

There are between fifty thousand to five hundred thousand individuals on each Spacebase. It all depends on how populated the planet is. About half of each SpaceBase is occupied by a member of the planet below it. The other half are individuals from the rest of the universe.

Most of the outside individuals are from neighboring planets or Sectors. The League didn’t want to venture too far out into the universe if they didn’t have to. It didn’t happen very often. But it did happen occasionally. Whether they were from the planet below or not they had to live and work there for ten to twenty-five years. Depending on how populated that base was. At least that’s true for the lower classes aka the workers. The upper classes aka the staff, management, the military, etc. can live there all of their lives if they want to do it. And most of them do.

Each SpaceBase is like a community, village, town, city, etc. It has almost everything they have. About the only things they don’t have are roads and transportation. But they do have corridors. And some of the more populated ones do have transport tubes. All of them have teleportation tubes.

Have I written anything about SpaceBases? Yes, I have. I have mentioned them in several blogs and in a few of my Short Stories. And the Novel I have chosen to write has one dominantly in it. This one isn’t about the SpaceBase itself. It about some of the individuals that live within it.



April 16, 2017 at 6:06am
April 16, 2017 at 6:06am
#909204
Spaceships


Last week I blogged about Space travel, but there can’t be Space travel without spaceships. Unless you are talking about SpaceAliens. But that’s another blog. I decided to talk to you about spaceships today. It’s not an easy blog to do because it’s so complication. But it is one that needed to be written sooner or later. And after last week’s blog, I decided to do it sooner rather than later.

What makes talking about spaceships so complicated? Even the answer to that is complicated. That’s because when it comes to spaceship there is no set design with them. All of them are similar on the inside. But they are completely different on the outside.

The only thing they really have in common is that they are made of metal. And even that isn’t true. There are a lot of spaceships that aren’t made of metal. But there are a few. One race uses wooden spaceship. How they survive in Space I don’t understand either. Another race uses SpaceAir to travel among the stars. It’s like living in a humungous bubble without the bubble. There is even one race that uses invisibility in their design.

A lot of stories have been written about invisibility. But that invisibility wasn’t full time. It came and went depending on the situation. Which was usually bad. This race lived in invisibility all the time. But it wasn’t just the spaceship that was invisible. So was everyone and everything within it.

What is the biggest difference between the different spaceships in the universe? That must be their shapes and sizes. They come in all different shapes and sizes. A lot of them are box or square shaped. But some of them are round. Whether they are boxed or round or both they aren’t just that. They have bulges, domes, wires, poles, etc. sticking on and out of them.

Some spaceships are simple in design. But most of them are very complicated. That word again. A good example of my thoughts is the Star Trek and the Star War novels, movies, and television shows. But that’s not the only thing that makes them different. So is what’s on the inside of them.

There has been a lot of stories written involving spaceships. And all of them are basically the same on the insides. They all have an engine room of some kind, a control room (bridge, command central, etc.), and sleeping quarters. Depending on the size of the spaceship a lot of them also have medical rooms, weapons rooms, computer rooms, eating areas, relaxation areas, entertainment areas, etc.

It doesn’t really matter what they look like on the outside. It’s what’s inside that matters. And why they are out there in Space. Are they explorers, warriors, survivors, researchers or adventurers? There are a lot of other reasons for a spaceship’s existence. But these are the main ones. Can you think of any other reasons they might exist?
April 9, 2017 at 5:57pm
April 9, 2017 at 5:57pm
#908728

Space Travel


I have already talked about Space travel a little bit in a few of my other blogs. Especially when it comes to spaceships. But I haven’t really blogged about the traveling itself. I have a little when I mentioned spaceships.

Of course, spaceships and Space travel go together. You can’t have Space travel without spaceships. It depends on what kind of spaceships as to how much space travel there is in the universe. If they are like us here on Earth, we are just starting to explore Space. We haven’t even started traveling in Space yet. At least we haven’t done it physically.

We have done it with our writing, though. Whether it’s Novels, Short Stories, Movies, and television shows we have written about spaceships and Space travel. There have been a lot of writing fixed on this planet in our future and other planets. But there has also been quite a few involving spaceships and Space travel.

It’s not just the spaceships and Space travel we have been writing about. It is also the type of Space travel is going on. We have written a lot about organizations like the Federation, the different kind of Alliances, etc. I haven’t written anything about The League of Planets yet. But that’s the organization that I write about.

As for what kind of Space travels there is out there in the universe, there isn’t a lot of it. Almost all the planets, races, are a lot like us. They are either just starting Space exploration, they aren’t advanced yet for Space travel, or they are just starting to venture out into Space. Those that are venturing out all of them are limiting themselves to the planets around them and their own or neighboring Solar System.

About half of my Science Fiction stories are about spaceships and Space travel. The other have aren’t. Most of the ones that are about spaceships and Space travel are individual stories. What I mean by that is that they aren’t organization related. The stories I’ve written are organization involved have been about regional, Sector, or small organization related.

They haven’t been about The League of Planets. At least I don’t think they have been. I know they haven’t been direct. But they might have been mentioned in one or two or even a few. Do I plan on writing more about The League? Yes, I do. In fact, one of my television series is about it. But it’s not the one that I am working on now.



April 2, 2017 at 8:09pm
April 2, 2017 at 8:09pm
#908215

Knives, Forks, and Spoons


I have already talked about what individuals eat and what where they prepare it and eat it. But I don’t think that I have ever told you want they use to eat it.

Yes, most of them use their mouths to eat. But even that isn’t completely true. It’s true that most individuals eat with their mouths, but there are a lot that eat by absorbing it through their skin. Liquids aren’t that hard to absorb but meat can be. That’s why most who eat by absorption don’t eat meat.

Their mouths aren’t the only body part that individuals used to eat. They also used their hands, fingers, and in a few their feet. Most used their hands and fingers. But there were a few that used their feet and toes.

It’s not just what body parts they used to eat. It is how those body parts are used. Almost all alien races eat with their hands and fingers like we do on Earth. But there are some that use suction on their hands and fingertips to grab their food. There are also a lot that stab their food with their fingers.

That’s what individuals use to handle their food. But the ones that handle their food like we do is what this blog is all about. We call them knives, forks and spoons. And even though most races use something like these to eat their food. But they don’t call them that. That’s true when it comes to the word utensils too.

I have written several stories involving eating. But I haven’t gone into too much detail about it. Most of that reason is because of Word Count limitations. Explaining what someone uses to eats can very easily eat up the Word Count. No pun intended. But the main reason I don’t want to get too technical.

If you have read any of my stories you will know what I mean. I don’t get too technical when it comes to my stories. Does that mean I won’t do it with future stories? Especially with my Novels, movie scripts, and television scripts. No, it doesn’t. I don’t think that I ever will. But I have been known to change my mind.

It’s true that I’m not very technical. And that is part of the reason why I don’t do it. But the main one is because there are a lot of writers to do that. That the problem I have. Some of the stories I have read, and reviewed, have been too technical. And it was hard for me to read. It was too sophisticated for me. If that’s true for me, it’s probably true for other readers and reviewers too.

March 26, 2017 at 4:40pm
March 26, 2017 at 4:40pm
#907663

SpaceMinds Vs
MindBusters


“A mind is a terrible thing to waste.” I have heard that quote a lot. I’m not sure who first stated it. But it was probably a physiatrist. At least that’s what we call them. The rest of the universe doesn’t call them that. In fact, Earth is the only planet that call them that.

The same is true when it comes to Shrinks and Head Doctors. Two other terms that we call our mental medical problems. I’m not as sure about these terms as I am about physiatrist. But I don’t remember ever encountering them. That’s why I don’t think that the rest of the universe calls them that either.

How do I know all these truths? A lot of you want to know the answer to that question. Some of you have even brought up the subject to me. I don’t think any of you have come right out and asked me. But some of you have come very close to asking it.
I’m still not sure if you are ready for this or not, but I decided to tell you about it anyway.

When I was sixteen I visited every planet in this galaxy as an observer. Don’t ask me how I did it because I don’t know the answer to that either. All I know is that every night when I went to sleep I visited several thousand planets. I observed them for two or three weeks their time, but it was only a few seconds to me.

I know what you are thinking. That this was just a dream. True, I thought that at first too. But the same dream every night all night long. The only difference between them was the planets themselves.

As I appeared on those planets I selected one person to observe. Some of them were part of a family. And some were individuals. I tried to select them from all professions. That helped me learn how they lived, work, loved, etc. Some of those professions were medical. And some were SpaceMinds or MindBusters.

We call the physiatrists, shrinks, and head doctors. But the rest of the universe call them either SpaceMinds or MindBusters. Most are called MindBusters, but there are a lot that call them SpaceMinds. I have written several stories involving MindBusters. But I haven’t written any about SpaceMinds yet.

I got sidetracked for a second. But I’m back. The only other thing else I wanted to write about what I call “My Observations” is that while I was observing those individuals in this galaxy not only did I learn about their planets, and sometimes races, I also learned about the rest of the universe.

Yes, I know what most of you are thinking about this. That I am crazy or disillusioned. Maybe even that I’m making all of this up. None of that is true. I really do believe that all of this happened. And all of what I am telling you is true. It’s up to you to decide whether you believe it or not.

Why am I telling you all this now? And why under this subject? It’s because I have changed my mind again. Not about these blogs, but about the three challenge that I have been talking about doing for the past two years. I’ve changed my mind about doing them. The reason for that change is that it’s taking me a lot longer to do them that I thought it would. I’m about finished with that second novel challenge. At this rate, it’s going to be two years before I do that. I have decided to do my first Novel, Movie, and Television Series instead.



March 19, 2017 at 4:30pm
March 19, 2017 at 4:30pm
#907164

SpaceColonies


There have been numerous Short Stories, Novels, movies and television shows that have depicted space colonies. We aren’t the only ones who think about that. That’s also true when it comes to the types of thinking. There are numerous planets and civilizations that show in the forms of ‘Written Words’ or ‘moving images.’

We call these types of literature and media entertainment Short Stories, Novels, movies and television shows. But the rest of the universe call them ‘Written Words’ or ‘moving images.’ At least most of the universe does. If they aren’t called that then they are called something similar.

It’s not just the types either. Most planets and civilizations have all the same types as we do. There are a lot of them got either literature or media entertainment. But they don’t have both. Most of the ones that don’t have both it’s just literature that they have instead of the media entertainment.

I have gotten a little sidetracked with talking about Space Colonies. But it’s all related. It’s not just how we write or entertain ourselves, it’s how the rest of the universe handle SpaceColonies. A good example of this is what I just did. We call them Space Colonies. But almost all the rest of the universe call them SpaceColonies.

As for the SpaceColonies themselves, almost every planet and civilization have at least one off-world colony. We are one of only a few that haven’t had one yet. If they do have one, it’s usually only just one. But there are some that have two or three. We are the only ones who want to have one all over the universe. The rest of the universe isn’t that greedy or is it egotistical. It’s probably the later.

The main reason why a civilization ventures out to colonize another planet is because of over population. When a planet starts getting over populated there first thoughts are what they are going to do about it. They usually tried a few other things first, like controlling the number of births, but it often ends with colonization.

Of course, before they can colonize they must be advanced enough for space exploration. They can’t start populating other planets until they start venturing into Space. The planets they do colonize are usually a planet or two away. Sometimes it’s the moon. That’s the first place most planets try. They even sometimes try asteroids, meteors, and comets. But it usually ends up being other planets.

Personally, I don’t think that I have ever written any colonization stories. In fact, I’m sure that I haven’t. It doesn’t mean that I haven’t or that I won’t in the future. The only way I’m going to know that is if I go over all my stories that I have written. I just don’t have the time to do that right now.







March 11, 2017 at 1:29am
March 11, 2017 at 1:29am
#906478

Military Planets
and War Planets


Almost every populated planet has a military. It might not be a pure military planet, though. What I mean by that is that the whole planet is military. They have non-military inhabitants, businesses, government, etc. But most of the planet is devoted to the military. About seventy-five to eighty percent of them are military related.

Those are the pure military planets. But there are only a few million planets like them. Most of them are like our planet. They have a military presence. But it’s only about ten to twenty percent of their population.

All the military planets also have a structure of some kind. The ranks aren’t the same as ours. But they mean basically the same thing. The same is true about the number of different kinds of branches that there are too. We have the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. But most planets don’t have that many. Most of them only have one.

There are a few million that have two types. One is for land and the other one is for waterways. But there a lot that have three. Besides the land and waterway they also have the sky. Some of them have Space instead of the sky. If they do have a fourth one it’s usually both the sky and Space.

War planets are very similar to military planets. After all, there can’t be a war without the military. But they are also very different. There are four types of war planets: pure war, multiple wars, planetary wars, and warmongers.

Pure war planets are just like the military planets. The whole planet is one big war. And almost everyone one is involved in it One way or another. Even the innocent are affected by it. They include the non-military, children, the elderly, the challenged, and often a lot of the females.

Multiple wars are like the wars on this planet. There are several going on at the same time. And like the pure war planets it changes its reason for the war every so often. But unlike the pure war planets there are several wars going on.

Planetary wars are similar to pure wars too. It usually involves the whole planet. But the difference between the two is that the planetary wars takes place on other planets. At least half, probably a whole lot more, of the movies on our planet are planetary war movies. Television is a little bit better, but not much. It’s not as bad for Novels and Short Stories. But there are some of them out there too.

Warmongers are planets that live and breath battle. Good examples of these type of war planets are the Klingons, the Cardassians, the Romulans, etc. from the Star Trek franchise. They are a lot like pure wars. But they are mostly like planetary wars. It starts out on their home planets, but it usually ends in Space.

One last thing I want to talk to you a out. Just because we call them military or wars doesn’t mean everyone else does. In fact, most don’t. There are a few hundred thousand that calls one or the other that. But most of the planets call it SpaceMen, battles, space battles, or SpaceBattles.

SpaceMen are like our military academies. And they don’t necessarily have to do with space training or individual planets. In fact, most SpaceMen train multiple planets. I’m working on one of them right now. It may even end up being a movie, television series or a Novel series.



March 3, 2017 at 3:22am
March 3, 2017 at 3:22am
#905890

Food, Eating, and
what comes after that


I’ve talked about Food Preparation and Eating Area with residences. But I haven’t told you about what kind of food that the rest of the universe eat. That’s not an easy issue to talk about, though. It's not that hard either. We all eat. At least most of us do. It’s what we eat that is more difficult to explain.

Like I just said above, most of us do eat. We must eat to survive. But that’s not exactly true everywhere in the universe. About ninety-five percent of us must eat to survive. The other five don’t. Most of them still do. But they don’t have to do it.

What they eat is a lot different than us here on Earth too. Most of them are like us, and they eat meat, fruits, vegetables, and plants. But there are a lot that doesn't eat meat. And some of them don’t eat plants, but they do eat only fruits and vegetables. Then there are some that eat plants and fruits but no vegetables. And there are some that only eat plants and vegetables but not fruits.

See what I mean. It’s very confusing, isn’t it? What they eat isn’t the only thing that confusing either. So is what they eat regarding the type of food it is. For example, their meat is very much like ours. Except their animals aren’t the same as ours. They look a lot like ours. But they aren’t the same. The same applies when it comes to their fruits, vegetables, and plants too. They are similar. But not the same.

How they eat is also very much like us. Most have utensils of some kind. But they aren’t called forks, spoons, and knives like we do. A lot of them don’t even look like our utensils. Most do look and are used, like ours. But there are quite a few that don’t too. I know, it’s almost as confusing as what they eat.

Probably the hardest part about food and eating is what happens after they eat it. Does the rest of the universe go to the bathroom aka restroom like we do here on Earth? The answer to that question is yes and no. Almost every civilized planet has a Personal Care Center within their residences, Eating Places (what we call restaurants), businesses, etc. but they don’t call them bathrooms or restrooms. Most of them call them Personal Care Centers. The few that don’t call them that call them something like that. The way they dispose of the food they eat is also somewhat different than how we do it. Most do it like us. But there are several billion that don’t.

Not every civilization that consumes food dispose of it like we do or the rest of the universe does. They don’t dispose of it at all. The food gets absorbed into their bodies. I know what you are thinking, that these civilizations are all fat. But that’s not true. A few do. And some of them do end up dying because of it. But most don’t. The food gets only absorbed into their bodies for a short period, then it disappears. About the same amount of time it takes us to dispose of our food.

I haven’t written a lot of stories about individuals eating. And I haven’t written any about what comes after they eat it. But I have written a few. The ones I have written involving food I haven’t gone into too much detail about what it is except that it’s meat of some kind. Why do I do that? That's because it would be too complicated to explain what the animal, fruit, vegetable, or plant is without referring it to what we here have on Earth. That’s because I don’t write Earth-based stories. If I use a reference to Earth food, then to me that’s writing about Earth. And I don’t do that.


February 25, 2017 at 1:51am
February 25, 2017 at 1:51am
#905441
Family Relationships


If any of you have read my stories, especially my Science Fiction ones, you probably notice that I write male or female instead of man or woman, lady or gentleman, or boy or girl. That’s because the rest of the universe doesn’t call them that. There are a lot that is similar. But they the same.

That’s also true when it comes to family relationships. We call them brothers and sister, stepbrother and stepsister, or siblings, etc. But the rest of the universe doesn’t call them that. A lot call them male or female family members, but most just call them by their names.

The same is true when it comes to parents. We call them our parents, mother or father, mom(my) or dad(dy), etc. But once again the rest of the universe doesn’t. On most planets or civilization, they are called adult male or female. And the children, kids, aren’t called sons and daughters. They are referred to as young ones and younger ones. Most planets call them by their names. That’s true when it comes to the adults in the family too. If the planet uses names, everyone does.

Even the term family isn’t used. Almost all have similar terminology. But it’s not the same. Most are too hard to understand without explaining it. That’s why I use the word family in most of my stories. It’s a lot easier than trying to explain it. Besides, I usually have a Word Count limitation. I try to use the terminology associated with the planet, spaceship, civilization, etc. But sometimes it’s too complicated to use without a lengthy explanation.

Last but not least, are last names. We aren’t exactly unique in that area. But there aren’t too many planets or civilizations out there that do use them. Most only have the first name. A lot have two or three first names. There are even some combine names from two, a few three, names into one. Capitalization disconnects them. I am working on one of those right now for my Novel challenge coming up in a few months.
February 21, 2017 at 1:25am
February 21, 2017 at 1:25am
#905132
What’s the Difference
Between Us and Them


Here on Earth, we call them months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds. But the rest of the universe doesn’t. They do have something similar. If there is a civilization, then they have one. It’s just not the same as ours.

Time measurements are very different too. Like snowflakes here on Earth, no two are the same. All civilized planet has some time measurement. They all have hours and minutes. But a whole lot of them don’t have seconds. A number of hours in a day or the number of minutes in an hour. We have twenty- four hours and sixty minutes. And like snowflakes again no one else has that combination. There are a few that have one or the other. But not the same. The average hourly time is between fifteen and fifty. Most of them are between twenty and thirty.

As for the minutes, they range from about thirty to one hundred per hour. A few civilization are a little more. One hundred and twenty-five is the most. The average time measurements are between forty-five to seventy-five minutes.

All civilized planets have some kind of calendar showing their years, months, weeks, and days. But they aren’t called calendars. Most are similar to that, but not the same. The years are of course the same. It’s how they are represented that aren’t. As for the months of those years, they range from ten to fifteen. A lot are less or some are more. But ten to fifteen is also average. The weeks in a month are different too. They range from three to eight. A few are only two. And there are some that are nine or ten. The highest is twelve. But the average is five or six. As for the days, they average between five to ten days per week. Some are up to fifteen. But none are under four. Unlike our days in a month that are jagged, all the other planets in the universe aren’t.

It’s not just what I have blogged about so far that are different. So, are measurements like yards, feet, inches, miles, etc. Every planet has them. They just aren’t called that. And like time and calendars, their measurements are the same as ours either. It all depends on what planet you are on.

So, if you read one or more of these term in any of my stories you will know I’m not saying that is what they call it. In fact, it’s just the opposite. I try to be as actuate as I can be with using planetary, civilization, terminology. But sometimes it’s too confusing or word count usage to try to explain it. It’s easy for me just to use our terminology.



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