Lockdown: a game of Freeze Dance

The freeze dance game is an analogy of what lock down subjects to young people. In that game, someone plays music that everyone enjoys dancing to. When everyone starts getting well into their dancing, someone stops the music and everyone must freeze in their position. Anyone who continues to move is taken out of the game, even if that movement involves catching ones balance. When translated to real life, it is most hazardous for the younger generations.

On masks, face shields, and vaccines: humans becoming extraterrestrials

The image reminds me of extra-terrestrial aliens in space suits walking in an alien world that has some kind of toxic atmosphere.   These are humans.   This is no longer their planet.   They are temporarily stranded on this alien world and hope that science will bring in their rescue ships, probably in the form of some kind of consciousness upload into an Internet cloud.

Deep Sea Life

While we are adept at three-dimensional geometry we are biased to see life constrained to 2 dimensions of the surface of the earth.  For the most part our position is sufficiently defined by latitude and longitude.  The altitude is where the terrain is at that point.   The existence of flying and diving creatures does not contradict this…