So, when I found this on a Native Outlawz post today I had to laugh. And then it got me to thinking: how ironic it is that at one time we looked at a picture of a Native American Chief to see if we could see him clearly. Too bad that didn't include seeing what he symbolized in all of its implications, including most importantly reverence for the earth. Unfortunately the Indian Chief is no longer there to guide us, to help us find our way clearly to a better vision of the world.
Busimanolotome Osceola, founder of the New Seminole and my father-in-law, would use the questionable and disputed work of a renegade scientist to interpret this symbolism as another example showing dark matter/energy-- the mysterious stuff that fills the spaces between the stars in the universe-- is really irony.