House To Investigate “Life, The Universe And Everything”

House To Investigate “Life, The Universe And Everything”

House To Investigate “Life, The Universe And Everything”

You just cannot believe how much our elected Representatives want to hang on to power. They don’t want to make any decisions or pass any legislation that might cause them to lose support in their districts. Heaven forfend, these empty suits should have to explain themselves to the serfs. With that in mind, the useless organisms we voted for are convening the House Energy Subcommittee to discuss “Investigating the Nature of Matter, Energy, Space, and Time”.

Perusing Twitter looking for some fun tweets, I found:

After I stopped laughing at the thought of the elected Representatives in the House trying to grasp the subjects, I immediately thought of Douglas Adams’ “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”. In the book, a computer, Deep Thought, is commissioned and built to discover the “Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything. In the book, Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect and Zaphod Beeblebrox, learn from Deep Thought that the answer to the “ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything” is 42. Afterwards, the group heads for the “Restaurant at the End of the Universe”. Here the guys begin their quest:

The book is a hilarious commentary on the silliness and random nature of LIFE. The House Science, Space & Technology Subcommittee on Energy is sad, pathetic and they all lack the mental acuity to understand the subject matter. For instance, just read the witnesses and positions:

Dr. Asmeret Berhe, Director of the Office of Science, Department of Energy

Dr. Brian Greene, Director of the Center for Theoretical Physics, Columbia University

Dr. Lia Merminga, Director, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Mr. Jim Yeck, Associate Laboratory Director and Project Director for the Electron-Ion Collider, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Mr. Michael Guastella, Executive Director, The Council on Radionuclides and Radiopharmaceuticals

Have you watched the faces of our elected leaders when tech people come to testify? The look like a bunch of drooling, mouth-breathers. Science stuff, like theoretical physics, is way out of their reach. I suggest the mega-brain scientists pretend like they are talking to Kamala Harris who described space exploration to a bunch of scientists thusly:

“I truly believe space activity is climate action. Space activity is education. Space activity is also economic growth. It is also innovation and inspiration. And it is about our security and our strength,” the vice president said. “When it comes to our space activity, there is limitless potential. … So, as we go forth from here, let us continue to seize the opportunity of space.”

The mega-brains think vapid and shallow and bring lots of crayons.

Shallow and vapid describes 99 44/100% of everyone elected and in the permanent D.C. class. We are on our own folks. The drooling, mouth-breathers are not going to solve the border crisis, the schools crisis, gas crisis or even why in the heck everyone is in Ukraine, when it’s supposed to be a war zone. AG Merrick Garland is there now and Jill Biden has been there twice:

Nobody even asks the questions. So our drooling, mouth-breathing representatives are going to discuss “Investigating the Nature of Matter, Energy, Space, and Time”. I bet the answer is 42.

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  • Holly T says:

    I’ve heard there is great significance to the passage of time.

  • The absurdities have gone so far that no one with three functioning brain cells can take Washington seriously anymore. What’s virtually guaranteed to follow is usually called “Irish Democracy.” Whether that can return us to sanity without resorting to violence, we shall see.

  • Deborah B says:

    I hope you will do a follow-up. This is one hearing I might actually watch after I get up from rolling on the floor laughing,

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