I’m Sorry For Being Delusional (Again)

There are four scenes that lingered in my mind after watching the last installment of Kenshin last Sept. 24 (Rurouni Kenshin The Legend Ends).

First: Master Seijūrō Hiko

I am accusing him for being so utterly handsome. And he is guilty of it! Continue reading “I’m Sorry For Being Delusional (Again)”

43 years ago today: Man on the moon what’s next? Planet?

Now we are celebrating the Anniversary of the first men landed on the moon. The USA challenged to defeat the Russians. They send out astronauts to the most hazardous and dangerous adventure : “to walk to the moon”
On July 21, 1969, while some of us sleeping and some of us are not even alive yet, two men taken over the television. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are the first men landed on the moon. An astonishing triumph for the USA. We awed by the courage of the two astronauts. They didn’t care if they were not able to come back to Earth.

                                        Neil Armstrong (left) and Buzz Aldrin (right)
                                                (photo courtesy of spacekids.co.uk)

How do they feel when they see the earth by far. They are outside of the planet that they live in. Goosebumps I must say. This is what they called a “historic steps for human specie”. The Moon is hundred thousand and more kilometers distant from the Earth, and we did it. Neil Armstrong called it “ One giant leap for mankind”. It was a breakthrough that we can do anything with the help of science. Another technological achievements that we can soar high and go outside and beyond the space and step your foot on the cosmic sand.
Lunar Rover is the advanced technology that helps these men to roam on the moon’s surface. Neil Armstrong said the historic words, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
What Else are we capable of? Thanks to Apollo, it makes the impossible possible.

Another Earth

Is it possible to eat pizza, to cook and to live on another planet? If that shit happens, I’m gonna build my own house there. Well, maybe in your head you are cursing me like ” what the hell are you talking about?” Are you going nuts? Oh come on you need to stop your curiosity and the wonder of your idiot head. No pal, that’s not gonna stop me!

Don’t get me wrong, I love the Earth more than you do. The Earth provides us with air, food, and other necessities that we need to live comfortably even without any help from technology. Just in case you don’t want to live on this planet anymore, let me provide you with a list of possible planets to live on.

Astronomers have found an Earthlike planet in the Goldilocks zone. It was three times the mass of Earth and its nearby the red dwarf star Gliese 581. (Picture) Goldilocks zone is the region where you can find liquid water on its surface. This planet was known for the time being as Gliese 581c.

 Gliese 581c

They said that the only realistic and possible planet is Mars because of its closeness to the Earth. We would need to emit an enormous greenhouse gas to increase the temperature and to maintain the existence of the liquid water. We just need enough years of preparation. We need the right temperature to keep us healthy and in order to achieve this, our body needs 37°C to maintain a body temperature. What the heck can we just build a suit to fight hypothermia or hyperthermia?

Another one is Kepler 22b. It was known as the “Earth Twin”.  In 2009, the Kepler telescope was launched. This Telescope is known to look for evidence of the existence of planets similar to planet Earth.

 Kepler 22b

 ( Right now? Seriously, I want to do the same old idea and fantasies of the exodus and escape from Earth to this Kepler planet.)

Kepler Telescope 

( “The fact that we’ve found so many planet candidates in such a tiny fraction of the sky suggests there are countless planets orbiting sun-like stars in our galaxy.” — William Borucki, NASA)

Then, The HD85512b is a confirmed habitable planet and it’s 36 light years away in the constellation Vela. It is more than three times as heavy as the Earth. HD 85512 b is considered to be one of the best possible planets for habitability (as of August, 2011.)


Great news, Earthlings here’s another one:
KOI-494.01 has a mass 15% more than Earth with a radius 5% more than Earth, and amazingly the KOI-494.01 temperature gives 2 °F (1 °C) cooler than Earth, so It is quite comfortable for human life. (And the most important “catch” is that it has not yet been confirmed.)

KOI 494.01, KOI 784.01, and KOI 610. 01. These exoplanets were named by letter and number series to identify them.

Overall there are 16 planets ranked by their similarity to the planet Earth (scale known as the Earth Similarity Index or ESI).

Oh come on! Lets face it,  there is so much news saying that they have found the right one and most likely a possible candidate, but it’s something that never achieved. Soon baby soon!

So is it possible to live on another planet?  YES! but we need a lot of preparation, advanced technology, and more spaceships.