THE EARTH’S CORE II

9/19/2017

With the knowledge that at the core of the planets are unfertilized eggs poised to be fecundated and develop into new moons that later in life will form pristine planets, the question surfaces, “who or what is pollinating these embryos?”. Unlike organic life that is found on the surface of the earth, which is carbon based, the planets are comprised of many different elements that dictate different rules, but still follow the same game plan, REPRODUCE, AND GET THE FUCK OUTTA THE HOUSE. Scattered throughout the solar system are trillions of asteroids, comets, and meteorites that have but one purpose: inseminate those eggs. They are heavily concentrated in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, and are found in vast quantities in the Kuiper Belt beyond the orbit of Neptune. These are the gonads, or the nut sacks of our solar system. Given a proper stimuli, many are ejected and thrown off to the random wandering around the sun. With an infinitesimally small success of penetrating a planet’s atmosphere, crashing through thousands of miles of a planet’s core and attaining the ultimate goal of reaching the ovum, they install their unique genetic material. With over 90 natural elements present in the universe, the diversity of the offspring and its chemical composition is astonishingly complex. No two planets or moons are alike. EVER. This purpose of life is being played throughout the universe and is readily observable in our own solar system. With 8 planets (Pluto, Haumea and Makemake are considered dwarf planets and are in litigation being represented by the ACLU) and over 170 moons, this emphatically unique family floating around in one of the spiral arms of the Milky Way Galaxy is but one of kazillions of life forms present in the universe. As to the question of whose spooge is that floating around in the solar system and who left the pearl necklaces (rings) orbiting around the 4 gas giants, the answer is buried in religion.

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