Rumor Has It: A 2000 Year Brainstorm 2007-2009 [NOOK Book]

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In this first installment I begin postulating the idea of a brain-centered universe. If you think of creation as a design by God, you have to consider the logistics behind it. One is his motive which likely is curiosity. From there one could suggest the most efficient design would center on the most complicated facet of our existence, the human brain.

I suggest sometime around the Kennedy assassination the Intelligence community seized power of the government, and military. ...

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Rumor Has It: A 2000 Year Brainstorm 2007-2009

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Overview

In this first installment I begin postulating the idea of a brain-centered universe. If you think of creation as a design by God, you have to consider the logistics behind it. One is his motive which likely is curiosity. From there one could suggest the most efficient design would center on the most complicated facet of our existence, the human brain.

I suggest sometime around the Kennedy assassination the Intelligence community seized power of the government, and military. Which is more likely to you? A bullet that defies physics or a well orchestrated coup d’etat. I was told on my father’s death bed that he never progressed past Major in the Air Force, “because he wouldn’t do something illegal” by my mother. He also had told me he knew members of the Warren Commission. Seinfeld has an infatuation with the Kennedys I believe because they know the Russians know who orchestrated Kennedy's death. Or maybe I took the most direct route.

Towards the end of this book I notice my name is Mike Hicks, or My Kicks. As though writing this is what God does for kicks.

In this installment I write the poem, A miscommunication of eternal premeditation, or are you just fucking with me? One of my more thought-provoking posts if I may say so myself.

I also go through the first 50 Seinfeld episodes illustrating the similarities to me and this role I am in. I am suggesting they intentionally signed me up to be in the Superman role saying the things I have to say.

Plus I go into the physics behind global warming and how gravity holds all of the heat generated by mankind to the Earth. And there is no turning back from convection if I am correct. By an estimate in 2012 around 10-20% of global warming is due to our power consumption and the heat generated by it.

I also need to add I talk shit to the FBI monitoring my computer the whole time I write it.

Eric: You know I think this whole thing is cooked. I think he keeps shooting his mouth off about the Bureau and nobody knows what to do with him so we tag him as a deviant and run him out of the building. Its bullshit. The whole thing is Kenneth Star all over again except I am running around looking for the blue dress.

The line is from Breach.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045017497
  • Publisher: Mike Hicks
  • Publication date: 8/31/2012
  • Series: Rumor Has It: A 2000 Year Brainstorm , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 597,078
  • File size: 603 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2013

    Why?>Parts 1 + 2 cost 2 read But 3 + 4 R Free?  i DL'd the 2

    Why?>Parts 1 + 2 cost 2 read But 3 + 4 R Free?  i DL'd the 2 free Soo Shd i even rd? Start with??

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