Of Dark Matter and Dragon Blood

Of Dark Matter and Dragon Blood

Aug 8, 2019 · 3 min read
dark matter



  1. (in some cosmological theories) nonluminous material that is postulated to exist in space and that could take any of several forms including weakly interacting particles ( cold dark matter ) or high-energy randomly moving particles created soon after the Big Bang ( hot dark matter). (source: I typed in “define dark matter” into Google’s beast of a search engine.)

Dark matter might just be the coolest — no pun intended — stuff in the universe. See the 4 percent Universe for more awesome history on dark matter. Here’s a few futuristic use cases:

A very, very small amount of dark matter placed on the bullet of a handgun, when shit at a house or building could destroy that entire structure.

Not terra forming but space-forming as a use case... Using dark matter to absorb a threatening asteroid or black hole. Good luck running that project through the Scrum, Agile, Waterfall, and PMP playbooks. I’m not sure if all the risk management calculations could help reduce the risk on that one.

On a different topic but still related as it’s another example of where scienc fiction become science non-fiction —

Kimodo Dragon blood and American Alligator blood have specific peptides which contain antibodies found nowhere else on earth. Scientists are already researching how such peptides might be applied and adapted for human use, the first use case being military personnel deployed far from available healthcare professionals.

The problem is, when you look for dragon blood under Amazon and Google Shopping, mostly incense and lotions are the results, not actual peptides capable of being integrated with the human immune system and genome. Ergh.


HOMEMAIDE helps you sell your style and buy the things that make you smile, seamlessly.

Any astronomy item (like a book, documentary, music, podcast, interview, or memorabilia) or animal item (a bearded dragon or komodo dragon as a pet, or a cat, dog, bird, turtle, frog or snake as a pet; or a terrarium, cage, aquarium, dog house, etc. for the pet you purchase, or books about hoe to care for them; or a book about how to grieve over the loss of a loved family pet which might be a good book for your brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin, niece, nephew, mother, father, grandparents, friends from school, church, work, etc.) or other type of item you pass while you’re travelling and take a picture of, any fun detour or side attraction you stop at while on a road trip, any delicious french fries — all you have to do is upload a picture or paused video screenshot of that to your existing social media sites and Homemaide will send you a commission for every purchase your friends make.

AND — they don’t have to buy an exclusive ticket on space tourism providers’ first documented trip which includes sight-seeing stops at dark matter depots, in order for you to earn a commission. If they rented the cheapest economy car with the basic package, for one day only, you’d still earn a commission off that. If they bought one kids meal or one order of small waffle fries at Arby’s — or the item that was in your picture, video, or voice-automated update (like a rental car, Airbnb lodging, hotel stay, Lyft, Uber, Via trip) — they can purchase that (even an e-giftcard) and ship that to a family member, relative, friend or frenemy. And after that purchase, yes, you’ll still earn a commission from that purchase…unless the frenemy clause applies here as well.

If they bought stock in the Arby’s franchise, or grocery store sweet potato fries — YOU’d earn a commission off of that purchase. If they bought any item from the pictures you uploaded, you’d earn money. That’s the magic of Homemaide.

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