Apology for the Inconvenience

Today is the Day After

Yesterday  – as a whole lot of crackpots wanted us to believe – the world should have ended. Just because a certain calender display format will not allow for more days …

Well, it was my true and openly declared intention to help with that. Especially since – after years of observing – I’m convinced that humanity, if left to it’s own devices, wouldn’t even be capable of arranging its own doomsday.

Now me, on the other hand, …

As a physicist, who works for the army, and is believed – by some at least – to be ragingly mad, i’m in the position to correct humanities errors in that project. So I decided to do just that.

So why didn’t the world end, if I decided to help it along?

The answer is simple. Cancer. I spent most of the last year in chemotherapy. Shortly after my last post here, I was laid out on a table and they removed most of my intestines – no more duodenum, spleen, gall bladder, or pancreas. I am even missing part of the liver now.

Somehow I survived the procedure. For exactly ten days. Then I died. Twice. At the hospital they couldn’t revive me the second time. After a short stint downstairs I came back anyway …

So there you are …

But, this I can promise, that’s not the end. I will – at some date in the future – continue this project. Feel free to visit. Anytime. Anywhere.

Your Resident Mad Scientist

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  1. Pingback: Und die Welt steht immer noch … | Der Grantscherb'n

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