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What does H2 mean to you?
Have you ever wondered why GM keeps building Hummers, and designing new models, even though it's obvious that gas is getting more expensive? People aren't going to keep buying something they can't afford forever.
The reason is, the International Scientific Community needs those big, ugly gas guzzlers out on the road for reasons that have nothing to do with economics. Think about it: First, the hummer, then the massive H2, and finally the H3. It's a symbolic representation of the early stages of the formation of the universe.
Monatomic hydrogen to hydrogen molecules, then black holes (which are, of course, more massive and suck more gas than anything in existence) emit x-rays which ionize the molecules and allow H3, which carries a net positive charge, to form.
Creationism says the first thing in the universe was God; Science says it was hydrogen. In a democratic society, everyone must make up their own mind, but they tend to pick whatever makes them feel better. God can be comforting, but he's also (by his own admission) a jealous, vengeful bastard, whereas people have been choosing hummers for more than 2000 years.
stange_person | profile | Jan 11, 07 | 1:26 pm
Clever. I like this.
The Demented One | profile | Jan 11, 07 | 5:12 pm
Obviously, the next step is H2O, that uses water as fuel...
Mattias | profile | Jan 15, 07 | 1:39 am
Yeah, but the gummint (not to be confused with the Government) shot that one down because beer will set us free.
stange_person | profile | Jan 17, 07 | 9:07 pm