Scientists at the Knaresborough International Alien Observatory have published a shocking report that suggests that any future encounter with extraterrestrial life is likely to be mediated not by sign or gesture or via some mathematically-
Professor Ogram O. G. O’Grady told us that the effects of beaming what he termed “a fat, hairy metric tonne” of GoT around the earth for the past few years had led to a rarely noted phenomenon of several megabytes of the digital data of the hit series splitting from the overall mass as it ricochets between geostationary satellites, entering into a geocentric orbit for several months and, then, as a result of the pure entertainment dynamite which constitutes the sprawling narrative of the ongoing battle for supremacy in George R. R. Martin’s fictional GoT-overse, detaching itself from that orbit and whizzing out toward interstellar space.
O’Grady continued between bouts of racking coughs, “Hey man, you’ve seen that movie with the aliens coming down in tubes and talking through the glass with their spindly sucker things. It ain’t gonna be nothing like that. Instead, expect Dothraki, man. Yeah, expect it.” As we left, we bumped into Daenerys Targaryen, tethering one of her dragons in the parking lot; she was swift to confirm the veracity of O’Grady’s narrative.
Despite growing consensus in the academic community that Dothraki is likely to be the medium for any future human-