An excerpt from the latest (De)Extinction Club Newsletter: It’s tough times if you’re a crater hunter. The glory days are gone. On Earth at least. All the major impact sites that can be found have been found. All the big game are gone. Nothing but small fry left. Oh sure, there’s plenty of those around. […]
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Welcome to a Special Edition of The Dark Extropian Report. It’s been a bumper few weeks, months and years even in the world of astrobiology, and in particular in the area related to the theory of Panspermia – the idea that life came riding in on an asteroid or comet to our planet. This is one of the very core ideas of Dark Extropianism; that we are inextricably bound to the cosmos, on a grand scale that at the very least is inter-planetary. That our fate lies there as much as our origins do. That we are more than just star dust, but part of a living system that spans billions of years, who’s distance is measured by the speed of light. That ecology is something that spans the galaxy. That we are not meant to stay here, that our destiny lies amongst the stars.
The Dark Extropian Report: PANSPERMIA SPECIAL EDITION
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Disaster Playground is a ‘theatre of cruelty’ as defined by Antonin Artaud, a platform where scientific catastrophe and/or surprise can be more acclaimed than success. This cross and pluri-cultural project will go beyond American and European frontiers and will question the notion of disasters, widely represented in the literature of J.G Ballard and will investigate rescue reactions across culture.
Disaster Playground, PART I: The Film, is about the scientists planning the monitoring and deflection of hazardous Near Earth Objects_NEO (asteroids). It attempt to address the complex decision-making involved in developing a coordinated international response to the challenge of protecting the Earth from NEO impacts. The thrust of the film follows a real-life procedure in place in the event of an asteroid collision with the earth. It depicts the chain of command necessary where only a few experts exist who understand the technology. Hollywood relied on Bruce Willis and a big drill to save the world in Armageddon, but how real is that and what needs to be done to save our civilization from the next major asteroid impact? The film explores aspects of planetary defense, such as Asteroid Deflection and Asteroid Capture, and showcases the work of the scientists’ pioneering missions to interact with asteroids and to accelerate efforts to detect, track, characterize, and mitigate the threat of potentially hazardous asteroids.
This sounds amazing.
New life goal: play a life-giving, panspermic asteroid in local production of a Dark Extropian, “theatre of cruelty” dramatization of existential risk.
“WE GIVE LIFE. WE TAKE IT AWAY.”
chorus chants: “PRAISE BE THE ASTEROID”
About | Disaster Playground
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Here’s where to look in the sky for star Y1194, twin to our sun, found to have at least one planet.
From The Apocalypse Trialogue, Pt2 (via Psychedelic Salon podcast)
Rupert Sheldrake: “Interplanetary Morphic Resonance… planets of the species Gaia will be in resonance with ours. And planets of the species Venus will resonate with those, and so on…
If there is indeed morphic resonance between the planets, so that when a new form appears on Earth, it’s vastly more likely to appear on other planets, ‘til others caught up.”
Ralpha Abrahams: “A Cosmic Synchronization Principle.
…A spatial version of the God Whistle. A Cosmic Synchronization of God Whistles.”
Superhabitability describes a perfect storm of life-friendly factors. In their recent paper, astrobiologists René Heller and John Armstrong describe no fewer than 18 of them. First and foremost, superhabitability arises on terrestrial planets with masses two to three times that of Earth. Planets that size have a number of things working for them, including: Long […]
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Altered States & DNA – Francis Crick origins of life, aliens, panspermia, LSD via Graham Hancock