Putting this out here for possible reference and some gentle thinking about the future. POTUS gave a marathon presser on 31st March - over 2 hours. https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse..../status/124510070539 Early on he warned in grave tones that the next two weeks would be very very painful. However also (at around 2m30s) he mentioned how our lives might be changed for the future - 'long into the future...' , with just a hint that it might not be all a disadvantage. What could be good about washing hands? Ok Yes, but no big deal. What about not shaking hands? It has been said that physical contact might be emotionally painful for the multitude of torture victims we expect to try to help integrate, understood. However, allow me to don my tinfoil hat: I expect other (human?) beings, visitors, to be revealed in the not too distant future, maybe even this year, if they come bearing gifts we trust? Wonderful beings they may be too. But consider - an insider mentioned a while ago somewhere, that beings with claws on their hands do not regard an outstretched hand a welcomed thing - a clawed hand is a weapon. We Terrans have fingernails, almost decorative. Harmless, an offered hand in our culture is a gesture of 'no weapon held'. Was that slightly-out-of-place comment by the President a longer term hint that not compulsively reaching out a hand might be a future etiquette I wonder?