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The Alien in my Brain sez:

by AlieninmyBrain

Wow, life on earth is hellish for so many human beings. I use the word hellish to describe miserable, painful and hopeless. There is no heaven or hell. During my training to become a researcher I spent time in several different galaxies observing life on other planets. Much of it was pretty boring and some of it shocking.
Earth is the only planet I have encountered where the inhabitants feel the need to believe in something that is not there, something that does not exist. Humans have a very strong desire to feel the pain and suffering of not living up to some invisible being’s expectations where the payoff comes only after death.

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nepheliad 9/1/2016 - 4:27 am

I don’t care about some invisible being out there in space or whatever, but life still sucks for me. *shrug* It’s better if one tries not to think too much.
Be a bimbo, you’ll be happier. (Your worst pain will be when you bite into a tasty-looking burger and discover, to your utmost horror, that it contains onions, and when you can’t decide whether to go out with the brunette or the blond who are both throwing themselves at you, and then of course when your favorite sports team loses five games in a row and after the last loss you ended up throwing your pizza at the TV and the dog ate it. That sort of thing can drive someone to suicide.)

rivets 9/1/2016 - 11:27 am

I would imagine that superstition and animistic explanations for natural phenomena is a normal component in the evolution of any sentient species, anywhere in the universe. I don’t know for sure, but it just seems to make sense. There is no species out there that started out with a complete knowledge of how nature works, after all. Omniscience is a quality of deity.

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