Fair dinkum thinkum
- Mar 7, 2007
- Basic Beliefs
- Strong Atheist
What "you think" is uninformed nonsense. It looks a little bit like actual genetics, if you tlit it at exactly the right angle; But it's really not.I think that's how alleles or whatever can work. It also distinguishes between dominant and recessive genes or something like that.
The point is I think it is possible for...
No matter how realistic your palm-frond control tower with its coconut shell headset for the controller, no cargo planes will ever land.
This stuff looks a little bit like what geneticists do, but it's never going to be actual genetics.
In attempts to get cargo to fall by parachute or land in planes or ships again, islanders imitated the same practices they had seen the military personnel use. Cult behaviors usually involved mimicking the day-to-day activities and dress styles of US soldiers, such as performing parade ground drills with wooden or salvaged rifles.The islanders carved headphones from wood and wore them while sitting in fabricated control towers. They waved the landing signals while standing on the runways. They lit signal fires and torches to light up runways and lighthouses.[better source needed]
In a form of sympathetic magic, many built life-size replicas of airplanes out of straw and cut new military-style landing strips out of the jungle, hoping to attract more airplanes. The cult members thought that the foreigners had some special connection to the deities and ancestors of the natives, who were the only beings powerful enough to produce such riches.