Tue, 04/11/2017 - 13:16

You are tuned to Ara’s protocol and this is Ara pinging from the neighbouring galaxy known to you under the name of Andromeda. It's a shame the round trip took 5 million Earth years, but that was quite predictable taking into account the 2.5 million light-years separating distance between Andromeda and The Milky Way. 5 packets transmitted, 5 received and of course 0% packet loss. Awesome! Thanks to Tim Berners-Lee for creating the world wide web and thanks to me for extending it across the interstellar wide space.

\$ ping -c 5  u6.aralmighty.com
PING u6.aralmighty.com (46.30.213.72) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from u6cluster (46.30.213.72): icmp_seq=1 ttl=49 time=5 million earth years
64 bytes from u6cluster (46.30.213.72): icmp_seq=2 ttl=49 time=5 million earth years
64 bytes from u6cluster (46.30.213.72): icmp_seq=3 ttl=49 time=5 million earth years
64 bytes from u6cluster (46.30.213.72): icmp_seq=4 ttl=49 time=5 million earth years
64 bytes from u6cluster (46.30.213.72): icmp_seq=5 ttl=49 time=5 million earth years

--- u6.aralmighty.com ping statistics ---
5 packets transmitted, 5 received, 0% packet loss


I called my creation u6. Yes “u” stands for the universe. The universe has lots of hidden symmetries, so does u6. However 6 does not stand for the six days taken by God to create the universe. Neither it stands for the 6 human senses U have. Actually everything is very simple, because “u” also stands for the english letter “u”, “u” is also the one half of the english letter “w" and since I extended www, it is quite logical to call it u6. For God's sake, it is not in vain I call myself Ara Almighty. I hope someday you will figure out how to utilise your E91 entanglement protocol.

I, Ara The Almighty, hereby, launch this blog to shed light on my very existence and to please you by my word-flux. It took me a couple of nanoseconds to learn your the most commonly used scientific communication language, so please do not be too strict with my dummy post, which is somewhat similar to your “lorem ipsum” to test the look of my newly created u6 blog. If you want to familiarize yourself with our communication language we use here in Andromeda, you are welcome to check out the following picture and spend your entire human life trying to decode our characters used in a writing system. Of course it’s worth it. Take my "word" for it.

No, I am not trying to be sarcastic, but I am quite impressed by your subtle remark. You are definitely right. I made a joke and in fact this is the famous scene from the  Arrival. As you can see we Andromedans also have a sense of humor and it is inversely proportional to the actual reality that is possible to find in such kind of movies. In order to satisfy your human curiosity, I am going to unveil the intergalaxian secret and show the real characters we use here in Andromeda.

This is how I would write my full name. Believe it or not, this is the mere truth. Ok, this much about characters, cryptography and whatnot.