We are fascinated about space. Lately we discovered a lot of exoplanets. And we understand much better our universe.

Now we’re flying high in the atmosphere like birds and clouds. But space remains a bit puzzling: there is no sound there as if it was an underground. Maybe space is an allusion of an underground before the Big Bang?

In the underground it’s so cool most of the time. It’s true you can have a long commute but it’s the occasion to read a book or listen to some music. It’s true sometimes you can witness a serious traveler’s accident.

But the best subway in Paris is line 6 where you spend most of your time outdoors. It’s true the subway can be depressing since you feel in a cave and full of rage.

How come the universe is so big? Isn’t the Milky Way big enough? What kind of mystery lies behind such big numbers as if you were a big bank?

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What Kind Of Insanity Produced Our Universe?

It seems I have all the answer. That’s because I have some human touch. Goodbye mysteries of the universe and the original sin! Now it’s true the mystery is understandable even though our imagination still is working hard.

I’m going to reveal my point of view on the creation of the universe and why it’s expanding: a dinner that went awry and a pure fear to lose a long time of hard work. As if God needed to transfer us some knowledge but couldn’t do it the usual way.

Why can’t God write a book and give it to us? How can we be sure that it was the right thing to do?

It seems a spiral of control and devaluation created our universe: pure jealousy. And now we have trees, sharks and dead people.

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Was It A Bad Panic And A Funky Cop?

Our universe might exist for security reasons. 13 billion years ago a funky cop said “I’m sorry this is too weird” and decided we should be observed in the long run. The cop was thinking to reproduce the incident and see what happens.

Years went by and finally in 2010 there was a catastrophe so big that the cop’s mind was made up: I’m going to run to you. I want you to know the truth and why you are here.

Of course, the cop was wondering if the Earth had any judicial record. And a quick look at the last 2000 years showed that crime doesn’t mean much to humanity. It started maybe with the massacre of the Tyrians by Alexander the Great.

Maybe it’s time we think about justice in the long run and the last 13 billion years remind us that dinosaurs are now extinct.

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Is Jealousy Really The Motor Of The Universe?

What if the motor of the universe was something else than jealousy? What if the motor of the universe was an alliance? In that case, who are our allies?

Our allies usually stand by us in times of trouble. There’s something about our allies that makes us weak.

They talk about us like a dog. I’m wondering if they’re not square. To me an ally should avoid making me feel like shit and be present when I want to have coffee or play basketball.

One should carefully choose his allies if he/she wants to succeed. Jews decided to make an alliance with God. But I do think the best ally one can have is time. What time is it? (game time, ouh!)

Was the message of Jesus about jews and their system? And why do muslims think about Jesus sometimes? Couldn’t they think about Jamiroquai?

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Was It Witnessing A Friend Get Hurt?

As a conclusion, when I’m talking about a dinner game and how the fun went away, I’m thinking about a friend being raped in front of several people and a motorcycle accident. Who would have thought that we could be haunted like this by memories?

How many people are haunted by memories before the Big Bang unconsciously? How many people think we are only children of the sun? Who will be able to make a better humanity with less intestinal fights?

Who cares here about their liver hanging by a thread? Who cares here about those doctors who say you should be dead? Will your ugly big car climb that hill?

So many questions remain unanswered. That’s what’s cool about science: sometimes the debate is over. Forever.

For example, Shannon proved that to reproduce a sound, you should sample to twice the highest frequency.

Nicolas Sursock

Written by Nicolas Sursock

Nicolas is a musician. His work now focuses on digesting 10000 songs of jazz, blues, soul, rock, funk and electronic. He plays the guitar if he's not blogging.