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 By visiting hopefully that means that, like me, you have a curiosity for the unknown and a yearning to discover the fundamentals of our existence. You have this urge, or desire to want to be able to explain the unexplained. Maybe you’ve looked up at the stars once or twice in your life and asked, ‘what if’? Why don’t we just call it a thirst if you will, a cosmic thirst… Because really, that’s why we’re here and why we wanted to start this community. To be able to create a place for us to connect with other believers and discoverers of the unknown, as well as providing unique and entertaining content pertaining to a variety of things including science fiction, space exploration, the search for extra-terrestrial life and conspiracy theories. We hope you enjoy your stay and just keep scrolling down for more about me and my Cosmic Thirst.

      For me it started at the age of 12. When perusing some books on a long bookshelf my mom kept in the hallway (she was an avid reader and passed the trait on to me), I ran across an interesting cover with a man walking across the desert, with what looked to be a giant worm in the background. My interest piqued, I sat down right in the hallway and started to read the first few pages. Starting from the moment Paul was experiencing the effects of the gom-jabbar and the pain described, all the way to the process of hooking a sandworm, I was forever changed by the pages of, ‘Dune’. Written by Frank Herbert in 1965, ‘Dune’ is a must-read and I highly recommend it. From there I was forever a science-fiction fan. I started to devour everything within the Sci Fi/Fantasy section at the local library. Everything from Asimov and Clarke to Simmons and Vonnegut; I couldn’t get enough.

      As I got older, I stared to learn about our current space program and what it would take for us to reach the stars. I followed every step of SETI and other intelligent life searches, doubtful but hopeful. Learning Drake’s equation and the fermi paradox just made sense to me. The universe is so big, what kind of ego do we have to possess to think we are the only ones within it? And Drake was underestimating! There is no other project I have ever been more excited for than the completion of the James Webb Space Telescope. The things we will learn! But back to the subject at hand, I have this passion that has been cultivated through 20 years of reading and researching all of the world’s ‘what if’s’, and it is what lead me to create Cosmic Thirst. Well yeah, that and Dustin Goodwin.

      I met Dustin Goodwin 10 years ago when we were living in the same apartment complex. I drove a white Chevy Aveo and I would always see another Chevy Aveo, also white, always parked in the complex. It interested me because I wanted to meet the other idiot out there driving an Aveo (sorry Chevy). The very first time I saw Dustin he threw up his arms high in the air and yelled, loud enough for the whole block to hear, “Hey! You the dude driving the Aveo? I drive the other one! We’re totally best friends now, you know that right?” And he was right.

​     Whenever I had a new origin theory or learned about a new technology or discovery, Dustin

was the first one to call. When Dustin learned of a new UFO or alien sighting, I was the first one he called, debating and theorizing over boozy nights and crashed couches. And even now by phone, after Dustin moved to Houston, we keep in touch weekly, still bonded by our love of the outer-worldly.

     I consider myself the logical one and don’t like to make assumptions without evidence but instead keep possibilities open. For instance, yes I believe that there is intelligent life out there somewhere, due to the sheer size of the universe, but I don’t necessarily think any aliens have ever visited Earth based on the cost of resources it would take to travel the light years to get here. Although I am on the fence some days as there is a lot of compelling evidence out there that would say otherwise. But that is exactly what we are here for! To explore those thoughts and ideas, provide great storytelling and hopefully meet and interact with other believers out there. So once again, thanks for stopping by. Subscribe to Cosmic Thirst if you’re interested in getting updated on future content or if you just have a story to share, just drop us a line. We would love to hear from you. Well, Dustin and I are off. I’m sure there is an unknown to be known somewhere. See you soon!

Dustin Goodwin currently lives with his beautiful German Shepherd Gemma in Louisiana.  He is a Furniture  Store Manager with over 10 years’ experience in sales, customer service and management. He also has a lifetime worth of anomalistic and conspiracy research.  He enjoys any and all conspiracies involving space, aliens or anomalistic events, as well as anything to do with parallel universes or time travel, writing, reading, horror movies, B-rated movies, The X-Files, Californication, and one day meeting, David Duchovny....

What’s up my fellow truth-seekers?  If you made it this far, just know, you’re now being watched by the F.B.I.  Ha-Ha!  Just kidding.  It just means that you also have a quenching thirst for space, sci-fi, anomalistic events and the unknown, or known but hidden; i.e. the TRUTH!  Well fellow seekers, you have come to the right place.  Here, my best friend Jared and I look for answers hidden among the stars, and the ones hidden in plain sight, like right here on planet Earth. 

 

                I have been into conspiracies and anomalistic events for years now, but I’ve had a thirst for the unknown since I was a kid.  I remember sneaking out of bed and standing in the hallway, peeking around the corner as my dad would watch, ‘The X-Files’, hoping he wouldn’t catch me on his way to the kitchen for his third midnight snack.  Even though it scared the shit out of me and gave me nightmares, I was hooked! 

 

                As I grew older, my interest grew with me.  I was intrigued by anything in the sky, always in hopes that it would be a UFO.  While everyone was stuck looking down at their phones, I was stuck with my eyes to the skies, always looking for what I’ve only ever seen in someone else’s footage. I want to see it with my own eyes, the undeniable truth that, We’re Not Alone.  But I don’t WANT to believe, I DO BELIEVE!!! 

 

                For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to live in Oregon.  The landscape is beautiful, the weather never gets too hot and it rains abundantly, and I love the rain.  An extra bonus living there is that Oregon is a hotspot for UFOs.  A few years ago, Oregon was considered the number two hotspot for UFO sightings in all of North America with Canada being number one.  Mix all that, then add the fact that the pilot episode of ‘The X-Files’ was about a case of alien abduction in a made-up town in America called, Bellefleur, Oregon, and I have enough reason to  not only want to just visit there, but live there. 

 

                 As much as I want to live in Oregon, my journey hasn’t taken me there yet.  I currently live in Houston, Texas, but am originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Born and raised in Oklahoma, I lived there for 25 years before I figured out the same thing the Aliens did long ago… “Ain’t shit to do in Oklahoma…”  But before I moved, I met the best friends in the world, who would all come to be family to me.  Eventually, I met the one person who truly thought like I did, but a tad more on the logical side; I met Jared.  Jared and I met in the most

 

unusual of ways.  I lived in an apartment complex in Oklahoma City, roughly 10 years ago, and I drove the most ridiculous car at that time; a white Chevy Aveo.  Lo and behold, there was another idiot who drove that exact same car in my complex, color and all.  It was Jared.  The first time I met Jared, I said, “Hey, you the other idiot driving this shit Aveo?  Well, we just became best friends!”  And like that, we’ve been best friends ever since. 

 

                  Now, Jared is most definitely the logical one, and must steer me back on path when I tend to stray too far, but I always have the best rebuttal for him; “It’s not about the evidence provided, but the lack there of…”  He has always been my go-to for anything cosmic, unknown or alien related.  Anytime I see or hear of something, he’s the guy I call, and vice-versa.  So, we decided, why not have a place for like-minded humans to enjoy, collaborate and indulge into a good story, or conspiracy.  And here it is! 

 

                What we plan to do here is search for the unknown amongst the stars, and the Earth, and to have to as many interactions as possible with like-minded people across the country, and eventually across the world, who have a story to tell.  We will post these stories here and leave it up to the rest of the world to make their own conclusions.  We’re not here to persuade you or make you believe, we’re just here to find the truth in the unknown. 

 

                The truth is out there, it’s just waiting for people like us to find it!  WE’RE NOT ALONE!!!

Dustin Goodwin currently lives with his beautiful German Shepherd Gemma in Louisiana.  He is a Furniture  Store Manager with over 10 years’ experience in sales, customer service and management. He also has a lifetime worth of anomalistic and conspiracy research.  He enjoys any and all conspiracies involving space, aliens or anomalistic events, as well as anything to do with parallel universes or time travel, writing, reading, horror movies, B-rated movies, The X-Files, Californication, and one day meeting, David Duchovny....

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