Saturday, February 22, 2014

that something is rare has guided our societies beliefs on that items value. If something is rare, then it must be treasured and protected. But what if it's rare to find a plant?

A plant cannot grow in the dark. It cannot be protected from the elements. And in all honesty, when you break a plant, it doesn't stop growing. It becomes stronger. If in fact what is rare should not be kept, but should be shared, then shall we change the way we endeavor to protect it?

What is truly rare in our world? Kindness is rare. Truly caring is uncommon. Love? Shouldn't we fight for these beliefs? There is nothing more rare than action for good. Action for selfishness is inherent.

Let us blossom these treasures; seeded in our hearts and minds, and spread through our actions. Smile, even at a stranger. Forget your petty wants. Unearth through your own desperation and radiate in the sun while soothing the heat for others. Bloom, spread out, grow stronger.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

We are condemned to live in a moment of time that is covered in blood.

Just because you are not at war, does not mean that the world is not.  People are dying right now.  Villages are being wiped out; genocide is occurring.  Can you not feel empathy for your human sisters and brothers?  I am done crying.  I'm fixing it.  I'm doing it by myself.  I'm not asking for your help, but if you get in my way, then may the old gods save you, because the new ones will not.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

bombard them with physical stimuluses and you can control what they think.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

human beings will not live forever, but their actions can echo for eternity.
human beings will not live forever, but their actions can echo for eternity.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Unifying theory of everything in a nutshell

The paradox of duality can be comprehended when you understand the fact that infinitely fast and perfectly still are the same thing. With this comprehension, the action of generating something from nothing is not only plausible, but inescapable. That is where our universe comes from.

Something in its purest form is a single point of one dimensional energy. This is what is produced in duality with Nothing. But the problem with a "point" is that it is infinitely small. However, since the single point is all that exists outside of Nothing, it can also be defined to be infinitely large.

Now an infinitely small/infinitely large one dimensional point would still just appear to be a tiny invisible dot, in our three dimensional universe, but lucky for us, it doesn't stay that way.

Because the single point of energy posesses characteristics of being infinitely small as well as infinitely large, it can never be pinned down to one location and ends up with the property of existing is EVERY location. Which in one dimension isn't a very big deal, because you can't go up or down or turn, you can only go in the one direction of the one dimension that you have, forward.

This forward motion is our universes first conversion of potential energy into mechanical, and it is caused by the opposing forces of infinitely large and infinitely small, similar to the way an alternator converts magnatism into electricity (this means that, in theory, our universe is a massive perpetual energy device, powered by the fact that its counterpart, Nothingness, is unlimited).

When imagined physically, a single point expanding along one dimension would look like a string growing ever longer. This first dimension continues to expand at maximum(infinite) speed and is the energy source that is responsible for the creation of all matter. Defined in a single word: one dimensional energy is- Time.

Time proceeds in one direction, but through the lovely dualities of infinity, it actually proceeds forward in EVERY direction, because a one dimensional point doesn't know which way it is facing and it is defined as being in every location possible, which in one dimension, really only means that it is facing every direction possible.. This creates the second dimension. A plane, rather than a string.

Now a Plane carries over many of the same characteristics of its father Point. It is infinitely large and infinitely small. Every expanding and contracting, and it receives an unlimitled supply of energy from Nothingness, as it is converted into 1d and then 2d.

But a Plane isn't complex enough to create life, it could only expand its energy in two directions forward/backward and side to side. A Plane can never produce complex life, because its energy is flat and uniform.

But lucky for us, it doesn't stay that way. Something changes it, shapes the energy into forms and rearranges them into complex self replicating systems.

And that something is still the very same expanding and contracting infinite energy, stemming from the duality of nothing.

Now that we have two dimensions, the early universe can be visualized as a flat map filled with rings, rather than just one straight line. These rings expand infinitely and end up brushing against each other.

Now the same thing happens to pure energy as happens to two ripple rings in the water when they brush against each other. Where they encounter directly, the opposing forces of energy will cancel each other out, but along the edges, where the ripples aren't clashing directly into each other, the expanding rings touch each other at an angle and end up creating small swirling whirlpools that quickly dissolve.

However, the open universe, the swirling motion does not dissolve, because there are no opposing forces working against it.

Swirling expanding energy is thus naturally created, and it is very different from statically expanding energy is one way.

A swirl creates a whirlpool effect, where as a static expansion does not. This is due to the IMPERFECTION of the swirl which was caused when the two rings collided. The imperfect swirl ends up breaking off of the uniform two dimensional plane because the swirling motion creates a new "center" for its existence. This is technically the first time any energy has had a "location" since before it was at all locations.

Because it does not fit uniformly to the 2d grid, the swirling energy is pushed by the expanding uniform 2d energy and because it does not push back uniformly, it is twisted up and down into the third dimension.

Now what's interesing about the third dimension is that it doesn't just expand and shrink infinitely, like the first two do. Nope.

The up/down energy is emitted in a swirling twist, by the aforementioned forces. However, at this point in the universe, there is no other force to straighten the twist back out. And so, the energy swirls outward from its central point in a twist, but because of that twist, it actually circles back into itself and feeds its energy back into its central point, creating a SPHERE. Now the universe is starting to look like its supposed to.

The swirling spheres aren't perfect, otherwise they wouldn't swirl, and so they lose some energy in their twisting loops. The energy is pulled off into other similar swirling spheres and resupplies them in turn for the energy they've lost, like a circle of life.

But what's even cooler about these spheres is that since they push outward as well as pull inward, an event horizon is created, where if two speheres are far away from each other, they will push apart and remain seperate, but if they get close enough(due to the force of excess directional energy, they will be pulled together. These spherical swirls of energy now possess an event horizon that defines them as mass and have forces generating them that are responsible for every energy type we encounter in the known universe. For lack of a better term, these are Atoms.

From there, you know the basic physics, which are currently flawed, but can be corrected through thorough understanding of where the universe came from.

The main componant missing is that the amount of motion energy needed to cross a swirls event horizon is inversly proportional to the size of the swirl, which is why atoms stack, instead of melding into each other, except in the case of very high speeds or pressures. It also explains the apparent divide in why planets do not interact with each other the way atoms do, even at proportional distances. Its because their huge mass gives them exponentially greater amounts of potential energy at lower speeds.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


got my first smart phone.  we'll see how this works out.
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