Explanation Undermining Evidence – Friday Fictioneers

The tray with breakfast for two makes sense, even the laptop, but not that red phone.

This could be the interior of a nonexistent alien spaceship from some galaxy too far away to ever reach earth or an artificially unintelligent machine executing a plan to save the captured phone. I think I’ll go with the aliens. Why not? It’s either that or there’s a bug in the simulator.

If only I could get my brain out of the vat.

What’s with those wires? They’re stardust evolved from the big bang! That must be what they are otherwise nothing makes sense.

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields offers the photo below by David Stewart as this week’s prompt.

Psalm 53:2, “God looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did understand, that did seek God.” (KJV)

Friday Fictioneers Photo By © David Stewart
Friday Fictioneers Photo Prompt By © David Stewart

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

21 thoughts on “Explanation Undermining Evidence – Friday Fictioneers”

    1. Shalom in Hebrew exists as a verb rather than a noun. Lenin’s anti- war song: “All we are saying is give peace a chance” … an empty noun. You never make peace with your enemies, you crush the enemy till “it” surrenders but you never make peace with the enemy b/c peace stands upon the foundations of trust. A man should never trust his enemy – ever. Jews for example, can never ever trust the new testament based church abominations in all its denominations. Individuals, that’s another matter.

      I have developed friendship with man people from Europe. But I would never ever trust anything that a European country has to say about Israel. Europe had its “Final Solution”, it has no portion in Israeli affairs; attempts to impose a 2 state solution from foreign Capital abroad, compares to trying to convince a cat that its really a dog.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. I agree, mosckerr, that Israelis should be wary of what European counties have to say given the holocaust. Also, good point that peace stands on a foundation of trust and it is a verb. It requires living out that trust.

        Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: