Being as I am a human being and not an artificial intelligence, I require sustenance in the form of drinkable liquid to survive. My preferred human drinking liquid is the compound H₂O, or as us humans call it, water. But to achieve maximum appeal, this H₂O must be approximately 274.817°K. 01001001 00100000 01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 00100000 01100010 01100101 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101000 01110101 01101101 01100001 01101110 00101110
I find that learning about interesting scientific facts, phenomena, paradoxes, and such is quite enjoyable and a good way to pass the time. One example of a random thing of science is the Fermi Paradox, which is basically the question, "Why haven't we seen any signs of aliens?"
This here is an article on "the secret to writing a book." I myself find writing to be quite appealing. Usually I'll just start transcribing some nonsense short story for ten minutes then stop. Do I ever plan to try to publish a full book one day, probably not.
The day I watched my first Neil Breen film was the day that my life changed forever. Neil Francis Breen was born on the day of a solar eclipse on Friday the 13th during a thunderstorm. He was not born as is conventional for humans. Instead he was born from a bolt of lightning; born as a 58 year old demigod. I have nothing more to say, for this man's Breenious cannot be explained through the English language. This article is a movie review written by some imbecile.
Reading up on nonsense conspiracy theories is a favorite pastime of mine. I'm not a conspiracy theorists myself, nor do I believe a word of what most conspiracies say. I just enjoy hearing what crazy people come up with in their free time. A prime example would be this article by a man named Galactic Human. Read it only if you dare. Also this man has NASAphobia, fear and/or hatred of NASA.