Not satisfied with dominating Earth’s online Economy Google has teamed up with Virgin to create project Virgle, the first human colony on Mars.
As quoted from the Google Website
“For thousands of years,the human race has spread out across the Earth, scaling mountains and plying the oceans, planting crops and building highways, raising skyscrapers and atmospheric CO2 levels, and observing, with tremendous and unflagging enthusiasm, the Biblical injunction to be fruitful and multiply across our world’s every last nook, cranny and subdivision.”
It seems Google thinks it is the Christian’s fault that Earth is suffering climate change. (If I had as many H1-B Visa Employees as they do I wouldn’t blame the Hindu’s either)
This is April Fools, so I don’t think Google really intends to send me or anyone else despite the fact that I am
“ideally suited to be a Virgle Pioneer; so ideally so, in fact, that one wonders why you aren’t already living on a remote South Pacific island, serving as a biosphere test subject, washing dishes at a North Pole research station during the depths of winter or writing a highly intelligent, articulate political blog. At any rate, we want you for one of our upcoming Virgle launches. You’ll love it — the pay is great, the view from the spaceport should be spectacular, and we’re told that algae and spirulina actually start to taste good after the hundredth consecutive day. Anyway, if you want to give Virgle a try, you can submit your video here. “