I thought this David Ho painting was cool (named "catch a star").
Since we have been doing some utilization of provocative art in the past few days, it was a shoe in.
And since I first thought about human endeavors depicted in Ho's work in an Ecocosmology Blog post some time back, called Life According To Science, I had to share the cosmic impotence with the MOMCOM crowd.
Especially since we recently gave the Family Radio Church a hard time for predicting the end of the world on May 21, 2011, why not share the scorn with those who know better than to use pixels on an X Y graph or calendar?
Religion and science come to the same ultimate conclusion in principle, it is just that scientists are more "sophisticated" in their dire predictions, mainly because they are for the most part funded by MOMCOM, and have their rhetoric "down".
Yes, "You are going to die on May 21!" is not as cosmopolitan to the 21st Century amygdala as "You are going to die in 432 billion years!"
Meanwhile, tomorrow the new Ho House of Misrepresentatives comes up to Washington town to try to catch a star.
I call that B rated movie "The Borg Goes To Washington", which interestingly is also depicted in the graphic Ho painting.
Also meanwhile, the currents in the oceans are going to kill a lot of us.
Who says the blockheads in congress don't have anything in common with Mother Nature?