There’s something called a Conspira-Sea Cruise, and it’s apparently “holistic”, which I suppose is a good thing. You wouldn’t want it to make that trip from LA to Puerto Vallarta in pieces, you know! They’ve got all kinds of speakers: there’s a futurist, a lot of Libertarians, a paranormal investigator, UFO people, a Spiritual Space Cleaner, astrologers, and a child-killer (Andy Wakefield is a speaker), so they’ve got all the people that you’d want to be trapped on a boat with, far from land.
They’ve also got a skeptical journalist on board, giving day-by-day reports of the shenanigans. Thank you, Colin, for taking the hit, and the extra pounds from the buffet, for us. It’s going to be entertaining. It reminds me a bit of the Paradigm Symposium, which I should think about attending this spring, except that it might conflict with a real science meeting I have to attend.
Oh, ooh, there’s a 12 strand DNA person on the cruise! I’ve always wanted to talk to a 12 strand DNA person. Although I’m afraid I wouldn’t understand her. There’s one fellow who has already explained part of the problem.
For right now let’s just say that his own description of himself may explain why his ideas are so outlandish: he says he operates on the high 5th-dimensional plane, and that sometimes he goes as high as the low 6th dimension, so it’s hard for the rest of us on the 3rd dimension to understand him. He explained a couple of times that he’s never worked in this dimension before this lifetime, and seemed a bit put out to be here.
I have got to remember that excuse.