So this one night I wake up and I got very thirsty so I went to the kitchen, turned on light and I have almost stepped on the floor covered in blood, flesh, and hair. The cat was sitting proud of itself on the chair. It must have been a rat, she always leaves rat tail behind but there was something weird to it, there were sort od bean-shaped organs left behind. I thought it must be kidneys. I close doors, mad at the cat for killing a poor rat in such a gruesome way and leaving so much mess behind. I was about to wake up my sister to clean up the mess when it stroke me… There is not a chance a rat would have 6 kidneys!
“Then I read about Point Nemo. If you look it up online, they call it the “oceanic point of inaccessibility.” It’s a spot in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean. Specifically, it is the farthest it’s possible to be from any landmass. 1400 miles from anyone or anything. No ships ever need to travel through it, and ocean currents keep away the nutrients that would have normally supported sea life. It is the emptiest, most lifeless place on earth. Sometimes the closest humans are in the satellites orbiting up above it – before they fall out of the sky, of course. It turns out, Point Nemo is an ideal site for spacecraft to crash-land. There must be hundreds of wrecks down there, taken from the edge of one lifeless abyss, and sent screaming down into another.” – Jonathan Sims