If a guy says something - out loud - and there's no
woman around to hear what he said - is he still wrong?
Of the fifty or so women, ages maybe early 20s to mid
80s, all but three immediately said "Yes" and most added
"of course". The three exceptions requested more info
before anwering the question.
Surprisingly - or not - all but three of the 40 or 50 guys
I asked, ages 20s to mid 80s, also said, without hesitation,
"Yes" or "Sure". Two if the three exceptions said "I'll get
back to you on that." Still waiting for their responses.
The third guy's response was "WHAT!? He flew a
Mosquito during WWII and then worked around jet air
craft for another 30 years. Nice guy. Deaf as a post.
Now about those space ships approaching each other
at the speed of light and both turn on their headlights
- could either pilot/dirver see the on coming vehicle's
There is no such thing as "matter". It's ALL different
manifestations of energy. The Everything Is Everything
gurus from the 60s were right.