Are Bezos, Branson & Musk ETs Just Wanting To Go Home?
In the last few days GART – TDA’s Great American Roadtrip – has been cycling through some rather intriguing places – Roswell with its UFO museum, the town of Truth or Consequences, which is a short ride from Richard Branson’s Spaceport America and Van Horn, Texas, a place that hopes to cash in on nearby Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos’s launch site, from which a few days ago, a 90 year old William Shatner, better known as Captain James T. Kirk, was launched into space. Texas is also now the home base of another key space entrepreneur, the take-off and landing headquarters for the one and only, Mr. Elon Musk.
When you are cycling by yourself on a quiet road and all of a sudden you see one vehicle after another coming up a side road from the Blue Origin site, disturbing your contemplation of the universe, you may find yourself thinking of some peculiar ideas. I mean, is it a coincidence that, according to some, aliens crashed in this area and that now some of the most brilliant entrepreneurs on this planet are focusing their unlimited energies in the same area, not on fixing the world or saving our atmosphere or giving away their money to billions of hungry souls, but on going into space?
Continuing with this thought, we all know that all ET wanted to do was to go home. Now, is it possible that Bezos, Branson and Musk are actually aliens who have figured out that their only way to get home was to build their own spacecraft? Is it possible that they built their empires and accumulated zillions of dollars for one goal and one goal only – to go home? Now you could ask yourself, then why are they not cooperating amongst themselves? There are several possible hypotheses, including the simple fact that they may have come from different planets.
I mean, take a look at the background to the Blue Origin picture above. I ask you, does that not look like an extra-terrestrial? And do you recall what NASA recently said about Bozo, sorry I meant to say Bezos? Here is a quote from News Flash website – “Now, it’s revealed the US space agency believes Blue Origin seeks to ‘prioritize its own fortunes over that of NASA, the United States, and every person alive today’.”
To be frank, one must admit that building your own spacecraft to go home is a great idea and does makes a lot of sense. After all, there is no way NASA would spend all this money and, with its bureaucracy, ever approve a mission to go to some distant planet. Of course, Bezos, Musk and Branson would also risk public exposure by lobbying NASA. The bigger question is whether it makes sense for us earthlings to overspend on Amazon so that Bozo, sorry again, I meant Bezos, could go home. I mean, think of so many of the planet’s resources being used so that Bezos, Musk and Branson can go home. No wonder we have a climate problem.
So now that I have presented my ‘facts’, I ask you again, do you think it is possible that these three celebrated entrepreneurs are aliens wanting to go home and that only they know where that home is. There is a way to find out and that is, us, the public, demand a DNA test, though I admit that with their superior intelligence, they would find a way to hide their alien genes.
Readers of my past blogs will know that I am fascinated by space and even compared TDA long distance cycling tours to extended stints in space. And since I have cycled most of our company’s tours, I would imagine that I am very suitable candidate to join one of the crews now going into space and find out for myself whether Bezos, Branson or Musk are truly interested in exploring space or in simply finding a way to go home. I mean, I am only 69 years old and if William Shatner, whose most strenuous challenge was the special effects on Star Trek, then a mere youngster like me, with tours such as the Silk Route, South American Epic, Trans-Oceania and Tour d’Afrique under my belt, can confidently state that I am ready. Messieurs Bezos, Musk and Branson, I await your call.