Heavenly Origin of Life (and Doritos Customers)


It is interesting to note the literally out of this world news that has appeared recently…

On the one hand, there are early reports that scientists have confirmed the extraterrestrial origin of organic molecules in a meteorite, suggesting that, however much progress may be made research on how life may have formed on earth, it may be necessary to look to heaven (er, I mean, the heavens) to account for some steps in the process.

On the other hand, apparently advertisers are also looking to the skies…for Doritos customers. This is of course a natural progression for capitalism. Why would anyone want to limit the market for their product to terrestrial customers?

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  • I;m not sure how I stumbled onto your site, but am glad I did. Lots of food for thought here (yes, pun intended).