Curiosity As A Time Capsule

  1. We will discover that we are not alone in the Universe.
  2. This will become a household fact at some point in the next 5–10 years. Some will naturally debate this no matter how much science and evidence is presented. After all, we still have Flat Earthers even today.
  3. We will discover that the engineers of these advanced technologies are not human, but also NOT extraterrestrials as we define it.
  4. We will find that words like extraterrestrial, ultra-terrestrial and inter-dimensional are all inaccurate descriptions of what the beings behind these UAPs really are. From what I have seen in terms of data, the answer seems like it is going to be complicated if not downright impossible for us to fully grasp with our current knowledge of Physics and Philosophy.
  5. We will discover that an unfortunate amount of Human mythology and folklore is a result of intelligent nonhumans messing with us with holographic technology for some unknown reason.
  6. We will find out much, much more about ourselves and who and what we really are.
  7. Such revelations will shock virtually every sentient person alive. Depressing some, while freeing others (I would wager most..).
  8. We will eventually communicate, human civilization to Alien civilization, for lack of a better word, once enough humans are psychologically ready for first contact.
  9. UAPs will be formally recognized as a valid PhD and Masters topic in the fields of Quantum Information, Quantum Gravity, Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Sociology, History, Literature, Engineering and even Biology.
  10. Sometimes the things we can’t change, end up changing us.



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Deep Prasad

Deep Prasad


CEO of ReactiveQ, BASc. Industrial Engineering ’18,University of Toronto, Quantum Computing and Runiversic Researcher. The world belongs to the curious.