Rory’s Dawdler — 03/05/23

Rory, the king of questions, also known as the Autistic Composter, has come up with a new series of questions that he calls “The Dawdler.” He poses three questions twice a week, questions he says are “inspired by life, humor, conversations and observations, town life, blog posts, writers, gardening, news stories, television, entertainment, and human curiosity, and so on.”

Here are Rory’s three Dawdler questions today.

How long will you be remembered once you are no more?

I would say that I will be remembered for the lifetime of my children and, depending upon how old my grandkids are when I die, to some extent, through their lives, thanks to all of the photos and videos they will be able to view.

Considering that only 5% of the world’s oceans have been explored and charted, what do you think lurks in our world’s hidden and unknown waters?

I know that most sources suggest that only 5% of the world’s oceans have been explored and charted, but I came across one website claiming that about 20% of the global seafloor had been mapped with modern high-resolution technology. Still, whether 5% or 20%, a lot of our oceans remain hidden and unknown. What do I think lurks in that vast unexplored, uncharted, unknown seas? Probably some strange underwater life forms that we haven’t yet discovered, but I don’t think there are any sea monsters that once found will become a threat to human life on the planet. We humans are enough of a threat to all living beings on the planet.

Are soulmates a real thing?

Sure, if you want to believe that soulmates are a real thing, then, you know, whatever floats your boat.

9 thoughts on “Rory’s Dawdler — 03/05/23

  1. Marleen March 5, 2023 / 1:20 pm

    I was looking at some maps, last month, and noticed the topography doesn’t show up throughout the entirety of the oceans. I thought it was a money-saving map-making decision… to not display everything so as not to use varying dyes or paint where most people wouldn’t care. But apparently no one has cared — or there haven’t been enough people who care to get to everything.

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  2. Mister Bump UK March 5, 2023 / 3:17 pm

    I’d definitely believe in soul mates. Someone where you just “click”. I had one once, I think, but because I was already married by then, I didn’t act on it. But, you know, I think they’re out there.

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  3. The Autistic Composter March 6, 2023 / 9:58 am

    Interesting answers my friend, also agree with the fact that there is more likely hood of monsters being found in the two legged variety than sea monsters dwelling deep – having said that, who knows there may be some volatile fungus or such like 🙂

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