Thursday, December 30, 2010

start walking

Humans are ok.  Sure, there are some real bastard pricks out there but, by and large, humans are pretty decent folk.  They invent and celebrate holidays, create beautiful art, sing, dance, make music, and are willing to help just about anyone if asked.

Humans are pretty much the same all over planet Earth but they have a major flaw.  They can't seem to tolerate other humans who aren't just like them and because of this intolerance no one can remember a time when we weren't at war with someone because we can't tolerate what they were doing.  Even the reasons for these wars are vague, at best.

Just today a thought came in my head on the way home.  I can tolerate anything but intolerance.  Then I began yelling at the asshole in front of me because he was breaking for the green light.

I'll make you a deal.  I'll work real hard to tolerate the guy breaking for the green light if you try just as hard to tolerate someone doing something that really bugs you.  If we could only tolerate and get along we might realize all our problems were never there in the first place. 

The journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step and realizing the problem is the first step toward solving it.

I think we've got some walking to do.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Friday, December 03, 2010

some things never change

Some of the names have been changed to protect the innocent.

About a year ago I was talking to a friend who said she ran into an old ex of mine in a bar. 
Tammy told me she had a lengthy conversation with Francesca who told her that I still had her record collection and she'd like to have it back but she doesn't want to ask me for it.

I thought about this for awhile and decided she should have them.  Even though half the records were mine, I thought it would be a nice gesture to give her the whole collection, as well as a brand new turntable.  I mean, what the hell... It's just taking up space and if she wants it, she can have it all and I'll even throw in a couple hundred video tapes.

So, I decided to write her a letter and send it snail mail, since she doesn't have a computer, and a phone call out of the blue would be slightly less shocking than a surprise appearance at her door.  It was a simple letter asking how she's doing and I hope she's doing well and I have all these records, many of which are hers and very rare, and I'd like her to have them.  I can deliver them anywhere she wants.  Just let me know.

About two weeks later I got a response:

Thanks for thinking of me, but I really don't want any of it.
If I haven't missed any of it in ten years I doubt I'll miss it in the next ten,
Throw it away or give it to the Salvation Army, or burn it.
It really doesn't matter.


Then I remembered why I broke up with her.


Wednesday, November 24, 2010

blowing humanity

I was listening to the radio the other day about a guy who lost his six figure job five years ago.  During the interview, he said he sent out thousands of resumes to prospective employers and about once every two months he might get an interview.  His major complaint was every potential employer who interviewed him said the same thing.  They don't like to hire people who don't have a job.

On the surface this sounds a bit silly.  Why would you look for a job if you already had one?  If you're looking to fill a slot, why not hire the guy?  He apparently is competent and qualified to do such work.  

Let's back up a little bit.  This guy had a six figure income five years ago.  That's, at the very least, $100,000 a year.  He was unemployed for five years and spent that time tenaciously copying resumes, writing cover letters, licking envelopes, and supporting the USPS with his frequent visits and stamp purchases.  Unemployment insurance, if any, would only cover a scant fraction of his previous salary, so those unemployment checks were basically pocket change.  What was this guy doing to improve his situation?  He considered sending out resumes and going to an interview a few times a year was enough to land him a job at least equal to the one he lost.

Let's do the math.

If a guy can go without an income for five years it's because...
a)  He doesn't need money.
b)  He has enough leftover money from his previous job to carry him for at least five years, allowing him to do absolutely nothing to change his present situation other than delude himself into believing flooding the mail system with his loser resumes will land him the jackpot job.

My job requires me to look over applications and resumes all the time and have to determine from that stack of personal information who I can hire that would give me the biggest bang for my company's buck.  The first thing I look for is availability... when they can work, when they can't work.  If they're a potential warm body they're half way there.  The next thing I look for is work history.
This is a deal breaker.  Show me someone who hasn't worked in five years and I'll show you someone who doesn't want to work.  It's that simple.

I can see where this guy's coming from.  He wants to get a job that pays at least as much as he made before.  Any less and he's not advancing in life.  Cost of living goes up so his pay has to go up or he's sliding backwards.  Why accept a job that pays less than he had five years ago?

I'll tell ya why.  Because if he had a job before he went into any of those interviews he'd at least appear as a guy who really wants to work instead of an indolent asshole who wants a six figure job sitting on his butt all day.

If I was this guy who made six figures a year five years ago who can't get a job merely because he doesn't have a job, I'd get a job just to appease my future employer.  Believe it or not, there's lots of jobs out there.  Maybe not the ones this guy wants but there are jobs like distribution centers, supermarkets, retail, banks, coal mines, and tons of other livelihoods less desirable than a six figure income sitting on ass and playing with your laptop.

And when his short stint as blue collar worker or service employee or sanitation worker lands him his ticket to paradise, he might bring to the table something more than his greed and all-for-me attitude and actually know what it's like to walk in the shoes of the people who made this economic empire a reality... The people who actually do things.

The universe throws things at us for a reason.  Maybe the reason this guy lost his job was to learn humanity.

Too bad he blew it.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

how to change a light bulb

This made me nervous just watching.  Let the cartoon pass and hold on.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

good deal

This economy reminds me of a 40 year old Rambler.  No matter how many engine rebuilds you give it, no matter how many parts you replace, it's just a 40 year old Rambler going for 41.  A genuine POS that will give you 8 MPG if you're lucky.  You can still keep it running but do you really want to?

The first ten years it ran pretty good.  It passed cars on the highway, had a large trunk, a decent engine, fair gas mileage, and room for six. 

The second ten years it ran ok.  It kept up with traffic, had a trunk with a few spare tires, the engine leaked oil, crappy gas mileage, and the seats were worn. 

The third decade it started up after a little ether in the carb.  Even old people pass you on the highway, the trunk had a big hole in the quarter panel, it has a rebuilt engine made from machined parts from the old engine, you took out a loan for the gas, the seats have springs poking you in the ass. 

The fourth, and present decade you take out a loan to top it off with oil, fill the radiator, top off the power steering fluid, the tranny fluid, the brake fluid, fill the tires with air, and jump start it with your neighbor's Chinese car.  Call the tow truck and take out a loan to pay him to tow you everywhere you go.  The trunk rotted away along with the back seats and floorboards, you're half retarded from breathing exhaust fumes, and all six of you have to ride in the front seat.

It costs you $40,000 a day to keep this piece of crap going.  You can't get rid of the car because 40 years ago you signed a contract saying you'll lease this car for $200 a month at 1000% interest compounded daily til the end of time and you're afraid of messing up your credit rating.

It's not your fault.  You're business partner (Uncle Sam) made that deal.  He's just a silent partner but the ironclad contract he made you sign ensures the business gives him unlimited credit for his pet projects like 3 million bucks to study potholes in rural Poland, billions on H.A.A.R.P., vacations in Reo, and a war or two just to make a few billion for his buddies and kill some brown skinned people in the process.

All the while you're trying to make ends meet and it's a losing battle.  Sure, you have enough for yourself but you want more.  You're entitled to more.  On the surface it looks good.  You have a job, people working for you, benefits, a savings account, a beautiful wife, darling children, a wonderful home, and a piece of crap car that costs you 40,000 bucks a day.  It's ok because your Chinese neighbor said he'll loan you all the money you need to keep this car running, with interest, and all he asks is something for collateral...  Everything that you and your family will ever own until the end of time.

Not bad, since I won't be around when the end of time gets here.

Yup.  Americans sure know a good deal when they see one. 

Sunday, October 10, 2010

This Toxic Food is BANNED in Europe

This Toxic Food is BANNED in Europe – But They’re Treating us Like Boneheads
Posted By Dr. Mercola

Together we CAN get GMOs banned from the US. Europe was able to do it over a decade ago without any government assistance. All they did was educate the consumers, and that was enough pressure on the food industry to drop their ploys.

If we band together as an effective army we will be able to do this. Please understand that the VAST majority of people in the US do not want GM foods, so this is an EASY battle to win. All we have to do is a bit of organizational work.

So let me tell you how we are going to achieve the removal of GMOs in the US.

October is Non-GMO Month, and you’ve been receiving a lot of important information about genetically engineered foods this week.

Tomorrow, October 10th (10/10/10) is Non-GMO Day, so I’m pleased to bring back Jeffrey Smith, the real leader behind this movement to eliminate GM foods from the US market, for another interview.

This month, Jeffrey’s organization, Institute for Responsible Technology, is launching a plan to bring their message to the necessary numbers of people to create a tipping point that can effectively drive GM foods off the market. Nearly 400 retail stores selling natural products around the country are already actively promoting the information about choosing healthier non-GMO products.

I’m thrilled to be part of this movement, and I strongly urge you join us.

The Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT) has created a variety of tools that will make it easier for you to choose non-GM foods, and this is the way to eradicate GMO’s from your local store. If no one wants to buy them, stores can’t sell them, and will simply stop ordering them. Food manufacturers will have to adjust and quickly change their ingredients or risk losing their business.

It’s really that simple!

Remember, you as a consumer is still at the top of the food chain.

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

another pvc-cb modification

I love fall. That nip in the air, colorful leaves, and a perfect time for upgrading the cloudbuster.

I decided to include a programmable mp3 player instead of the frequency generator I installed last year. I found these orgonite devices work so much better using variable tones instead of a constant square wave frequency and programming an mp3 is as easy as turning on your TV. Besides, the internet is full of sites that have just what you need, as far as tones and tunes go. I chose eight Solfeggio based tunes that last approximately 10 minutes each. The mp3 will automatically repeat this selection as soon as it's finished and continue until it's turned off or runs out of charge. And that poses a little problem, especially if you want it to last more than a couple hours. The lithium battery won't hold a charge for very long and running an extension cord 50 yards is out of the question. The only way to do this is to make it self contained with a system that can constantly charge the mp3.

A quick inventory showed I had everything I needed to make this work, at least for now. All I needed was a large battery that could be recharged, a car lighter-USB adapter, some ear buds, speaker wire, and a solar panel. The solar panel will have to wait because I didn't feel like shelling out 30 bucks to Radio Shack.

The hardest part about this project was tapping into those tiny wires on the mp3 ear buds. Those wires are tiny and cutting off a section of the insulation required an exacto knife and a jewelers glass. Soldering a speaker wire to them without doing damage was a genuine pain in the ass but I managed to tap into the left and right negative wires that would eventually hook up to the orgone field generator at the base of the PVC pipe that houses the cone HHG. It's just old school tech. Hooking up the negative wires from a 2-speaker stereo to a third speaker will give you elements of both channels, and since this mp3 is stereo I felt it fitting to include both channels. Besides, the ear buds not only let me know if there's any sound but act as resistance. Less chance of damaging the mp3.

After that it was just putting the parts in place. I plugged a car phone charger with a USB port into a Delco jumpstart, plugged the mp3 into the USB slot, hooked up the modified ear buds, used an extension cable to hook the ear buds to the orgone field generator and hit the play button.

Moments before I did this I had the cb running with the frequency generator I made for it and, as I like to do, put my hands on it to feel the hum. When I did that with the mp3 attached, the feel was much more pronounced. It was softer, more pleasant, and had a distinctive rhythm to it, for lack of a better term. It's way more powerful and not nearly as industrial and one dimensional as a frequency generator putting out one frequency at a time.

I'm led to believe these things like and respond to music, at least as much as we do. After all, Mother Earth is a master musician and maybe she's a bit tired of the sounds of industry.

I wonder if she likes Beethoven?

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Thursday, September 16, 2010

caduceus octahedron

I made most of the components for this thing weeks ago but just didn't get around to putting it together until today.  Using cascading densities and tiles I managed to cobble together the beast you see here.

It's basically an orgone field generator with 100 feet of mobius coil in a caduceus configuration embedded in a dense resin of micron sized particles of aluminum and iron oxide.  Medium density orgonite tiles line the outside and bottom to direct the energy.  The inner core is a 4 inch DT quartz compressed with medium density tiles held in place with 4' of copper wire.  The result is a device that can direct the energy anywhere you point it.  

I noticed a few things while building this powered stuff.  When powered up you can put your hands over these devices and feel the energy field, a tingling sort of invisible form, coming out the top and sides.  The shape has a lot to do with it and they always send the energy up, sort of like the flame on a candle.  Pyramids and elongated cones tend to narrow the field more like a beam and orb shaped orgonite tends to disperse the energy in all directions.  Invariably, these devices send the energy in an upward fashion... until I built this device. 

I'm puzzled by the difference in energy temperature.  Some devices, like Jupiter 2, have a very warm feeling in the energy field where other devices, like the 3-piped King Kong, have a very minty, cool feel to them.

The feeling I got from King Kong was the same feeling I got when we feng shuied  the living room to maximize chi flow.  As soon as the chi was unblocked we could feel a cool, minty breeze, which I took for increased chi circulation, and I felt the same sensation from this device as soon as I put it together.
In passive mode, there is a distinct feeling of cool energy flowing out the end of the tiled crystal no matter what direction I point it.  Fired up with frequency this thing takes on a completely different signature.  By comparison, you can barely notice the energy coming out the tip of the crystal but God Almighty, can you feel it around the outside of the tiles.  Substituting various objects in place of the tiled crystal proved interesting.  The seven inch DT crystal sent out energy like a laser beam but the octahedron was at least equal, as far as energy output and direction goes. 

It seems my idea of compressing tiles around a crystal to make it more potent was a failure but tiles around the powered device was an inspired success.

I guess there IS balance in the universe.


Wednesday, September 15, 2010

sad loss

Please join me in remembering a great icon of the entertainment community. The Pillsbury Doughboy died yesterday of a yeast infection and trauma complications from repeated pokes in the belly. He was 71.

Doughboy was buried in a lightly greased coffin. Dozens of celebrities turned out to pay their respects, including Mrs. Butterworth, Hungry Jack, the California Raisins, Betty Crocker, the Hostess Twinkies, and Captain Crunch. The grave site was piled high with flours.

Aunt Jemima delivered the eulogy and lovingly described Doughboy as a man who never knew how much he was kneaded. Born and bread in Minnesota, Doughboy rose quickly in show business, but his later life was filled with turnovers. He was not considered a very smart cookie, wasting much of his dough on half-baked schemes. Despite being a little flaky at times, he still was a crusty old man and was considered a positive roll model for millions.

Doughboy is survived by his wife Play Dough, three children John Dough, Jane Dough and Dosey Dough, plus they had one bun in the oven. He is also survived by his elderly father, Pop Tart.

The funeral was held at 3:50 for about 20 minutes.

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


The other day I woke up to discover I had no water.  It happens.  The wind blows, the electric blinks, and sometimes the circuit to the well pump doesn't come on and the result is no running water.  The problem is I have a shared well and the circuitry is in the neighbors basement and unless I or someone else breaks into their house it won't get fixed.

At any rate, I found myself needing to get ready for work and there's not enough water to make coffee let alone take a shower.  To make matters worse, I was working outside the day before in the heat and humidity and felt pretty scuzzy.

A quick inventory showed I had almost one full bottle of water and another bottle with about two cups.  I opted to take the nearly full bottle to work and make due with the remaining two cups, just enough to brush my teeth and take a whores bath.

My meager two cups of water was enough for me to get by that morning.  It bothered me that I couldn't get what I wanted when I wanted it but there was no hardship.  It was simply a little inconvenient and I knew I'd have a shower waiting for me when I got back.  After all, humans can go a whole day without water before any serious complications set in and this was only a temporary situation.  But still, I felt a deep reverence for this clear liquid that can easily be the only thing between life and death.  A human can last for weeks without food but more than a day without water can leave you in dyer straights, and dieing of thirst is an ugly way to go.  Imagine the hangover that finally kills you and you'll get the picture.

~Just a side note... I seem to be obsessed with water, lately.  Turning on every faucet I pass just to watch and feel the cool, colorless liquid flow over my hands and quaffing gallons a day, with or without ice. Later that day, when my running water was fully restored, I discovered I had more water on hand than I realized.  Five quarts in the fridge, a half gallon in the freezer, three gallons in the store room, and two quarts in my car.  Have I been subconsciously stocking up for a time when I'll really need it?

The day before, I watched a movie called The Book of Eli, about a post-apocalyptic world where a nuclear exchange left a large hole in the sky, allowing the sun's full force to fry and blister the landscape, making water an extremely precious commodity.  The movie's protagonist managed to get by, as did everyone else who still survived, with drops from long dead faucets, possessions from hygiene-free, cannibalistic low lifes, and the occasional feral cat.

We're a far cry from that scenario but survivors in that potential situation are infinitely more equipped to handle a lack of water than your typical post-baby boomer.  Today's McDonalds generation humanoid will go into melt down if their phone doesn't get a signal, or they don't get their HFCS/aspartame-laden fluid du jour, or be able to take 20 minute showers on demand.

We all tend to take for granted Earth's ability to provide an abundant supply of water through evaporation, the formation of clouds, and rain in a seemingly endless cycle of unlimited life-ensuring fluids that we think it's going to be this way til the end of time.

Perhaps, but doesn't the Mayan calendar say the end of time will arrive in a little more than a year?  Think we should stock up?   

Thursday, August 19, 2010

a nice pair

I've been working on an orgone pyramid with an inner core orb of extremely high density orgonite wrapped with a mobius coil.  I can't say I'm excited about the results. 

I don't take it as a failure.  I can learn from this, see where I went wrong, and try again.  After all, isn't that what life is all about?  We make mistakes and learn from that experience.  If you win every hand in poker, all that means is you're playing cards with idiots and you'll never improve your game unless you play with people who know what they're doing.

On the other hand, I improved my gardening skills by playing with this canuck farm girl who, apparently, knows more about soil than I know about orgonite.  

I found a watermelon and a honeydew in the garden today.  There was a cantaloupe but that went through my GI tract yesterday and, I gotta tell ya, that was the sweetest cantaloupe I've had in a long while, and if these melons are anything like the cantaloupe, I'll consider that a fair trade for an orgonite failure.

I guess there IS balance in the universe.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

parle vu frappe?

Did you ever have the feeling you needed something but didn't have a clue what it was?  I'm talking about that hunger for a particular taste that totally escapes your appetite memory banks.  You head for the kitchen to forage.  Is it a salad?  Ice cream?  Pizza?  Big Mac?  Beans and rice?  Damn, the list is endless and after trying everything you realize nothing on hand is what your appetite wants.  It's like trying to remember the name of your third grade teacher.  It's on the tip of your mind but you just can't seem to grab hold of it.  Thoughts of Wendy's, Long John Silver's, and Vesuvio's pizza run through your mind as you discard each of their menu selections as not quite what your body craves.  You go back to the basics and ask yourself if you want something wet or salty or sweet or pungent or sour and you dismiss them all as not quite right.

Your choices are clear.  1. You can eat everything and feel full but not fulfilled or, 2. you can continue to go through your appetite repertoire in an endless roster of everything you ever tasted since childhood from your first sip of cold coffee to the fruit cup you had after dinner last night.

You remember the last time you chose number 1.  You probably pigged out on cold lasagna and Hershey bars topped with Ready Whip.  The leftover fried squash didn't do it for you so you moved on to potato chips and mustard, only to realize these vial concoctions just don't ring any bells.  As you lay on the floor, ankle deep in detritus from canned cream corn and empty pop tart wrappers, your underwear-clad body in a fetal position with a coke in one hand and a wedge of cabbage in the other, you realize the craving is still there and you have no more room in your distended stomach for one more pirogi with sour cream.

Let's not go there again.

My search took me down the road where the stench of over-cooked McDonalds, Taco Bell, and Burger King pseudo-meat is wafting through the air.  I stared dreamily at the golden arches as if a frappe was the answer.  No such luck.

In a state of half-dead starvation I wandered down the grocery isles in a drunkards walk of appetite unfulfillment.  Staring at housewives shopping carts and crashing into day old bread racks, I noticed what looked like a baguette and then it came to me like an angelic blast.  I grabbed the baguette and headed to the specialty cheese section and frantically searched for the brie.

On the way home I glanced at the bread and cheese on the passenger seat and wondered if I had enough butter.  No time for second guessing.  I'm on a mission.

Once home, I got out my best steak knife and sliced that bread from stem to stern, opened it, slathered soft butter on both sides, and stuffed that sucker with thick slices of brie and took a bite.

All I can say after that is, thank God for the French.

Friday, August 13, 2010

orgonite octahedron

With the outstanding success of Jupiter 2 and the caduceus field generator, I wondered how cascading densities would affect a passive, orgonite octahedron, so I got a brand new can of 3M resin and some metal and got busy.

The pic to the left is an inner pyramid made of extra high density orgonite material with a large citrine crystal in the center.  The larger pyramid consists of medium density orgonite with a crystal at each point.

On its own, extra high density orgonite won't do anything unless it's stimulated in some way, and sometimes even frequency won't get it to run, like the caduceus field generator before the tiles.  
(That's the main reason I like powered devices so much... they really kick ass when you turn them on.)

Then there's the medium density stuff that just happily hums along transmuting DOR to POR, as any orgone experimenter will gladly concur.  This is the mixture TBs and HHGs are made of that orgone warriors all over the world have been launching at cell phone towers, HAARP facilities, polluted waters, Dick Cheney's house and every other place that has concentrated bad vibes.  A few negative strongholds are yet to be gifted (and I do mean yet) such as The White House, The Fed, FDA headquarters, and some of the Rockefeller compounds, which explains something about our downhill slide into oblivion... but I digress.

Anyway... Since medium density orgonite operates all by itself without any need for stimulation, it should be enough to activate this inner core of extra high density stuff.

The completed unit has six quarts crystals, one at each point, and an inner core with a citrine at the center to keep the other crystals fresh.  You'd think that would be enough for anyone, right?  Well, not for me.  Last night I set it over Jupiter 2, fired it up, and charged it over night.  Surprisingly, it's still tingling after twelve hours in a passive mode.

The question is, how long will this unit continue to operate at this level?

I'll keep ya posted. 

Monday, August 09, 2010

caduceus orgone field generator

A while back I made a torus using only sub-micron metal particles, resin, and a large, caduceus mobius coil in the center.  The idea, at the time, was extremely dense orgonite might severely kick ass if a caduceus mobius was involved.

Sadly, the damned thing didn't work, no matter what I did, and it sat on the bench back burner for months.

I discovered fresh orgonite tiles made with the clear resin I've been using is just pliable enough to bend around an object like this caduceus field generator.  After a few hours it sets up hard as a rock but the curing time is slow enough that you can work with this stuff.  During this curing time, you can cut it with a knife and shape it without too much trouble.

Needless to say, the outside medium density tiles make all the difference and powered up this thing rocks!  The energy this unit puts out is most impressive, especially since I forgot to include a core device for the unit to work on.  Throw in a crystal and this thing is extreme!  I mean huge amounts of pinpoint laser energy with a crystal amplifier extreme.  

Since these densities aren't cast with the material, and can be removed, I can clearly prove the effectiveness of cascading densities in a powered unit without having to build one from scratch.  Increasing the power is as easy as adding another layer of tiles.  Theoretically, the medium density orgonite should work in a passive mode well enough to power the inner torus without any frequency at all.

It looks like I'll be busy on this for a few days.

Saturday, August 07, 2010

orgone tiles

The question is... how do you encase a crystal in orgonite without making it a permanent part of the piece?

The inner crystal needs to be compressed to work properly, and the orgonite does that rather well by compressing the crystal while it cures.  Since compression is key, I thought about making orgonite tiles to fit around the crystal and compressing them with a coil, then fitting a toroid mobius around the whole thing.  It occurred to me that using the mobius for compression would eliminate a step so I settled on a caduceus for the mobius.

I started out by making a tile from powdered metals and clear resin and slicing it into six equal pieces.  Since every quartz crystal has six sides, the tiles fit perfectly and made a most excellent compression on the crystal.

Orgonite tiles, made in this fashion, opens a whole world of uses from orgonite cocktail coasters to your own personal orgonite shower stall.  Now THAT sounds like an interesting idea.  An orgone accumulator-like chamber you use every day for 20 minutes, plus you have that water thing going.

I wonder if I can make a light weight, portable unit?   

Thursday, August 05, 2010

rocky horror

I just saw The Rocky Horror Picture Show... for the thousanth time... and I came to the conclusion the human race is about as important as a stream of urine in a toilet bowl.

I knew there was a reason I hated that movie as much as I loved it.

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

veggies gone wild

It's hard to believe I've been pulling this amount of stuff out of the garden nearly every day for a month.  Each day I go to the garden, just to check how it's doing, and find stuff that needs picking. 

The heat wave that hit us for the past few weeks wrecked havoc and I thought I'd lose just about everything from the blistering heat and sun but these plants just keep coming back, producing like it's going out of style.
That gully washer we got the other day, literally, pulled the pepper plants out by the roots but this morning they look better than ever.

The zucchini on the left is typical and I'm starting to run out of ideas as to what to do with them so some of the girls at work made me an offer I can't refuse.  I supply them with zucchini and they bring me what they made.  Stuff like zucchini bread, zucchini quiche, zucchini sauteed in brown sugar and honey...   Not a bad deal, especially since I don't have to heat up my house cooking all that stuff.

Ok, so the plum trees aren't producing and the pickle tree is almost toast from all that sun and heat, the strawberries are still going strong.  At this rate I might have to add another hanging basket for the runners.

The big mystery is the melon patch.  Some of the watermelons are visible but the cantaloupe and honeydews have so much foliage it's impossible to see what's underneith without stepping on the plants.  It's hard to believe two months ago frost was killing all the plants.
Crazy world, aint it?
Mental note...  Next time I'll use a trellis.

Friday, July 23, 2010

is there a market for these shirts?

I don't know why I find this pic so amusing.

I'd love to know the story behind it.

Saturday, July 03, 2010

jupiter 2-2

This may look like a rather yummy bunt cake but this thing of beauty is the new and improved Jupiter 2 from the previous post.  I'm sticking with Jupiter 2 rather than the suggested name of Jupiter tutu.  The original Jupiter 2 is the space craft the Robinson family motored around the cosmos in to get lost in space.  Jupiter tutu sounds like something a transvestite ballerina might wear.

At any rate, I gave this unit an additional casting to make both sides equal, and then topped it off with a thin layer of clear resin and powdered selenite, making it look like gooey, sugary icing.  The original central core, although perfect for the cascading orb, wasn't the correct density for this unit so I had to create a new one with the same density as the toroid center of the main unit.

The idea is to create an energy field much stronger than ordinary orgonite and many times more potent than the same design without a torus shape.  Add a powered mobius coil and you'll have one serious, kick ass unit.  I included a central core of the same material the inner torus is made of with an embedded DT quartz.  The top orb widens the dispersal pattern, making it possible to feel this succor a good 30 feet away.  There's no exaggeration here.   The horizontal energy this thing put out went through three walls, one with aluminum siding, and still left our skin tingling.  Unknown what it's vertical range is but I'll bet the birds feel it, as well as that airplane that kept circling the house for 2 hrs this afternoon.

Clearly, further testing needs to be done.  In the meantime, I'll sleep on this succor and see what happens on the 4th.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

jupiter 2

Remember the ring generator I made last week?  That was only half of the project I've been working on.  Yesterday I finished the thing that encases the ring generator, for lack of a better term.

If I may use a metaphor, this huge chunk of orgonite is like a bunt cake, where the creamy custard center is an extremely dense mixture of resin and sub-micron sized metals surrounding 100 feet of mobius coil.  The medium density orgonite surrounding this is like the fluffy cake part of the bunt cake, only this bunt cake weighs about 15 lbs, not including the central core.

When Orgone Matrix Material of very high density is cast into a ring or torus shape, it becomes more active even without external stimulation than if cast in a disk of the same diameter and thickness. When the cascading density concept is applied to the shape of the torus, the effects can be quite dramatic. If the cascading density layers are arranged like three concentric pipes made of orgone matrix material, with the highest density at the center, then each layer acts to amplify the one next to it. We get a field with logarithmic gain in Scalar charge density as we approach the center of the torus.

In this case, the center of the torus is a hollow shaft with a removable cylinder of medium density orgonite embedding a wire wrapped double terminated crystal.  The orb defines the energy field pattern emitted through the top.  In this design, it broadcasts the energy in a very wide field, out and above the unit.

I can't stress enough how these cascading densities make this unit kick some serious ass.  After pumping some frequencies through the mobius, you can definitely feel the energy field filling up the room.  There's a distinct energy outline you can feel that doesn't seem to have a top limit.  It starts at the top of the disk and forms an energy field the size of a beach ball that just keeps spreading wider, taller, and stronger with no sign of degradation... so far.  In a word, this device is extreme!

The frequencies I've been using for these experiments are designed for tuning the 7 specific chakras from the root to the crown from 261Hz to 493Hz.  These frequencies are pumped through the unit so it's not the sound to my ears that does the work, because these units don't emit sound, but the amplified essence of these frequencies through the cascading orgonite matrix, broadcasted through the house while I'm deep in alpha sleep.   So far the results are dramatic and I feel my mind, body, and spirit are improving with each nights sleep.

This unit won't be complete until I give it an outer coat of resin and powdered selenite.

I'll keep ya posted.


Wednesday, June 23, 2010


"To fulfill a dream, to be allowed to sweat over lonely labor, to be given the chance to create, is the meat and potatoes of life.  The money is the gravy.  As everyone else, I love to dunk my crust in it.  But alone, it is not a diet designed to keep body and soul together."
-Bette Davis

Saturday, June 19, 2010

10 things you don't need to know about

The mainstream media is running a 24 hour news cycle focusing purely on the BP oil spill.  I find it interesting that there doesn't seem to be any news on the planet other than all that crude in the gulf.

Here are a few news items the mainstream news media feels we don't need to know about.

1. Israeli nuclear submarines positioned close to Iran:
Three German-built Israeli submarines equipped with nuclear cruise missiles are to be deployed in the Gulf near the Iranian coastline.  Israeli subs have visited the Gulf before but the decision has now been taken to ensure a permanent presence of at least one of the vessels.

2. Iran war propaganda:
US intelligence has shown Iran could launch an attack against Europe with “scores or hundreds” of missiles, prompting major changes to US missile defenses, Pentagon chief Robert Gates said on Thursday.
The anti-Iran rhetoric has amplified following the revelation that many Bilderberg members, including Zbigniew Brzezinski, are now in favor of U.S. air strikes on Iran and are “leaning towards war,”.
“Some of them in Europe are saying no we shouldn’t do it but most of them are in favor of American air strikes on Iran,” Bilderberg sluth Jim Tucker relayed from the recent meeting in Spain. “They’re tilting heavily towards green lighting a U.S. attack on Iran.”

3. The continuing economic slide:
The greatest bankster heist in history and the looming greatest depression rumbles on.
Gold has hit record highs as the dollar slumps and the Euro continues to face complete collapse. Unemployment figures in the U.S. are through the roof and U.S. consumer prices posted their largest fall in nearly 1-1/2 years in May.
Rumours in Europe persist regarding an impending bailout for Spain, while Russia says it is ready to found a "new economic world order".

4. FCC ready to restrict the Internet:
The federal government would have “absolute power” to shut down the Internet under the terms of a new US Senate bill being pushed by Joe Lieberman, legislation which would hand President Obama a figurative “kill switch” to seize control of the world wide web in response to a Homeland Security directive.
Lieberman has been pushing for government regulation of the Internet for years under the guise of cybersecurity, but this new bill goes even further in handing emergency powers over to the feds which could be used to silence free speech under the pretext of a national emergency.

5. Obama/Blagojevich story
As the Blagojevich trial continues and important details emerge, linking Obama to possible political corruption, Federal prosecutors are seeking a gag order to keep the ex-Governor and his lawyers from making public comments.

6. UN small arms treaty
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently announced that the Obama Administration would be working hand in glove with the U.N. to pass a new “Small Arms Treaty.” 
Congressman Paul Broun characterizes the U.N.’s Small Arms Treaty as “nothing more than a massive, GLOBAL gun control scheme.” The treaty would force national governments to acquiesce to a global gun registry, while strengthening licensing procedures so as to make it almost impossible for a citizen to legally purchase a gun. It would also ban the private sale of semi-automatic weapons and ultimately lead to the confiscation and destruction of all “unauthorized” firearms owned by citizens.

7. Mexicans riot in LA/Land given over to Mexico
Violent scenes following the LA Lakers’ championship-clinching win over the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals saw angry mobs smashing their way through the streets waving Mexican flags as they went.
Meanwhile, a massive stretch of Arizona has become effectively off limits to Americans, Prompting questions over whether the Obama administration is giving a major strip of the south-west back to Mexico.

8. Obama Plans To Sneak Through Carbon Tax By Stealth
President Obama is planning to sneak through his job-killing, economy wrecking carbon tax by stealth according to the Washington Post, by passing a weakened bill and then adding in cap and trade provisions after the heat is off following the November elections.
Described as the “lame duck climate strategy,” Obama is planning to secure enough votes in the Senate to pass a weakened energy bill and then drag out the conference long enough to ensure the stronger provisions contained in the original House version are added “after lawmakers have faced voters in November, thereby cushioning the vote’s political impact.”

9. Afghanistan Mineral Riches Story Is War Propaganda
News that the U.S. has suddenly discovered $1 trillion-worth of mineral deposits in Afghanistan, and descriptions of the bounty as a “game changer” by the corporate media, represent nothing more than crude war propaganda designed to reinvigorate public support for a failing and ever more pointless occupation.

10. Free Speech Gag Bill Moving in House
H.R. 5175, The so-called DISCLOSE Act would severely limit the ability of political groups to communicate to their members and the general public.
Politico reports that, the NRA bargained for an exemption for itself and other large, established groups while trampling the rights of private citizens, new political groups, like Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty, and other small organizations.
As John Bresnahan reports, “The proposal would exempt organizations that have more than 1 million members, have been in existence for more than 10 years, have members in all 50 states and raise 15 percent or less of their funds from corporations… The NRA, with 4 million members, will not actively oppose the DISCLOSE Act, according to Democratic sources.”

So, ya think the Florida beaches will be cleaned up by Labor Day?

Friday, June 18, 2010

friday morning 6:15 am

We all have these little science projects going in our refrigerators but seldom do we do anything with them other than filling our garbage cans once in a while.
This specimen used to be a rancid, multi-colored lump of rotting vegetation under the condiment shelf in the fridge.  Rather than toss it, the thought occurred to me to plant it and see what happens.

I'm not quite sure what to make of it but I intend to let it go and see what develops.

I should point out that since this monster's resurrection it's been sitting next to my orgone sky cleaner along with a few other plants like the hanging zucchini and strawberry plants that happen to be spreading like crabgrass across the porch beam.

I wonder if the orgonite I keep in the fridge has anything to do with this specimen lasting since fall?  

Thursday, June 17, 2010

I was working in the lab late last night

The last unit didn't seem strong enough to suit me so I set out to modify it's design.  Rather than a central core of extremely high density material with a hollow shaft running through it I decided I needed a central core more like a large bagel surrounded by less dense orgonite.

Searching for the proper mold for this project wasn't as easy as it seems.  Where can you find a mold that closely resembles an over-sized bagel?  It got to the point where I was eying up the bagels in Walmart, thinking I could coat one with polyurethane to make a plaster mold.  After making a suitable clay mold I discovered the perfect mold was the plastic housing the weed wacker string comes in.
Long story short, I made the inner ring and was contemplating what to use for an outer mold when I thought it might be a good idea to see how this thing works.

I hooked up the inner mobius to the amplified frequencies, inserted an orgonite ball, and felt this unit sing.  Only half way complete and it's already many times more effective than the last unit with twice the range.  Assisting me in this project, The Canuck chimed in with, "Put it under water.  Let's see if it makes waves, eh?"  Hmmmm...  not a bad idea, so I soldered a couple water proof extensions and dropped it in a large pyrex bowl full of water with the expectation of seeing the energy creating patterns on the surface.  Yeah, there were some rhythmic ripples but that was nothing compared to the totally unexpected rush of energy emanating from this bowl.  On it's own, this unit puts out some good, raw energy but immersed in water seems to take the edge off it while increasing the flow.  You can feel the energy field around it, like the flame on a candle, with no loss of power as high as I could reach.  This set The Canuck to tingling.

I left the ring on and spent the night laughing in my sleep.

Sweet dreams, indeed.


Monday, June 07, 2010

you go, ted

"The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, or preventing all possibility of its continuing as a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities."

Theodore Roosevelt

Sunday, June 06, 2010

spiritual alignment... $49.99

The thought came to me that if I made a multi-layered field generator with a hollow one inch diameter shaft through the center I could possibly ramp up the power.

This unit has a central core of resin and sub-micron metals housing a mobius coil surrounded by an orb of MHD orgonite.  The cylinder to the left is the MHD central core with a coiled DT crystal.  The medium high density and extra high density layers make this unit, theoretically, really kick ass.  The small orb on top is the perfect shape for broadcasting the energy in the widest possible field.

I was somewhat disappointed when I hooked up the zapper.  I guess I was expecting blue lightning bolts zapping the room like a tesla coil on orgone steroids but all I got was a slight tingling sensation when holding my hand over it.  What I needed was more power, or at least, a different kind of power.

I've been playing with Solfeggio tones for awhile and considered these tones as a good replacement for the standard alpha wave frequencies produced from my frequency generator.  I needed more sharps and flats and perhaps frequency layers might bring some life to this unit.  I decided on the specific seven frequencies designed for chakra alignment beginning with 493Hz for the crown chakra and ending with 261Hz for the root.  I downloaded an hours worth of these frequencies into an MP3 player hooked into the amp with a speaker wire connected to the internal mobius.  The effects were rather impressive.

I set the unit up directly under the master bedroom, fired up the tunes, and let the frequencies run all night as it affected my dreams.  The effect was nothing less than amazing.  For five days I've been sleeping like a baby, waking up easily, high energy throughout the day, better memory, better focus, better drive, and I feel as if I'm being "tuned up" from the inside out.  I feel calmer, less irritated, less stressed out, more balanced, experiencing more synchronicities, happier, and content with the world no matter how fucked up it is.  I simply can't be bothered by mundane bullshit anymore... and I like it.
Weird science, man.  Don't ya love it?

Saturday, May 29, 2010

postal haiku

the flag is half staff

the post office is open

they are hiring

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

no dualities

"Ultimately there are no dualities - neither black nor white, neither oppressor nor victim.  We are all connected in a journey toward the happiness that is labeled enlightenment."

-His Holiness The Dalai Lama

Friday, May 14, 2010

goin to kansas city

It must be a part of our genetic structure but there's something satisfying about cooking meat over an open fire.  Springtime seems to open our primitive, culinary floodgates with thoughts of different combination's of spices, and new and better ways to prepare mammal flesh enter our consciousness.

There's nothing new about Kansas City Ribs.  They've been around for a long time but I never made em... til yesterday.  All I can say is OH MY GAWD!

A word of warning... If you're of the fast food mindset and want your burgers and dogs the way you want them RIGHT NOW and can't stand the lines at McDonalds because you don't have 5 extra minutes to spare from your busy, drone lives, don't even attempt this.  You don't just throw the meat in the fire and pull it out when the fat turns to charcoal. This is a two-step process that requires a spice rub, sauce, and at least three and a half hours cooking time over low, indirect heat.  I suggest you fire up a second grill for the easy stuff like dogs, steaks, and burgers because this is an all day process and you'll need something to keep up your strength.

If you're interested in the details, let me know and I'll be glad to send you something.

BTW, although it's not needed, I added an ordinary entree fork to this pic to show scale.

Bone Appetite!

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

zappa haiku

I don't like the way
Life has been abusing me
Just turn on the gas

On her upper lip
Some bovine perspiration
Mental health sister

Sweet Suzie Cream Cheese
Have you gotten your shots, yet?
What's got into ya?

Saturday, May 01, 2010

quantum haiku

A tiger ate me
The cat is still in the box
I'll be back right now

Friday, April 30, 2010

it's all true

I was sitting in the sun this morning contemplating whether we actually landed on the moon.  The official story is we did but there's a mountain of evidence we didn't and I was searching for the truth.

And then it dawned on me...  It's all true.

The Copenhagen interpretation of whether light is a particle or a wave threw classical physics out the window.
They set up experiments to show light was a wave with apparatus and mathematics and it proved light was a wave.  They then set up experiments to show light was a particle and had apparatus and mathematics that proved it to be a particle with results to show just that.  This quantum jumping was enough to drive Heisenberg to madness.  The concept that something would change to whatever you're looking for was so totally absurd but so totally correct.

Why couldn't the Copenhagen interpretation be applied to everyday events?  Indeed, why should it be excluded?

The many-worlds interpretation, according to Hugh Everett, loosely states there is a very large, perhaps infinite number of universes, and everything that could possibly have happened in our past, but didn't, has occurred in the past of some other universe or universes, altering the time-line for those universes. 
As far as whether we landed on the moon, it's not just a yes or no answer.  There are many interpretations and all of them are true.

Did we go to the moon?  Yes.
Did we not go to the moon but stage the events because we knew we'd never make it?  Yes.
Did we go to the moon using plundered alien technology?  Yes.
Are aliens on the moon watching us?  Yes.
Do we have a base on the moon?  Yes.
Do aliens have a base on the moon?  Yes.
Is no one on the moon?  Yes.
Is the moon non-existent?  Yes.

Whatever theory we conceive we can find proof to back up our theories because all of these occurrences happened in other worlds, if not our own, and these separate universes are all merging the closer we get to 2012.

Is it any wonder the world is so fucked up?  Look to yourself for the answer because, like it or not, we're all part of the problem AND the solution.

All of a sudden the world isn't so black and white.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

don't blame me...

Before the last presidential election people would ask me who I plan to cast my vote for.  Of course, I didn't feel good about either of the ass clowns our two-party system came up with.  I couldn't even decide who could possibly be the lessor of two evils.  Nuke-em-all McCain and Barry I'll-say-anything-you-want-to-hear Obama both made my skin crawl for different reasons and because of this I couldn't morally cast a vote for either of these guys no matter which one was worse than the other.  In my opinion, BOTH were worse than the other and I think the presidential election should have more thought put into it than flipping a coin as to who's going to fuck us over slower.

So, when people asked who I voted for many of them got very indignant.  "You threw your vote away!  You HAVE to vote for one of the 2 guys or your vote won't count!"

Maybe so but doesn't that prove that our elections were rigged from the start?  Just look at the ONLY two guys we could vote for... An old man who would've died in office leaving an Alaskan beauty queen as president or a guy born in Kenya.  A nation of 300,000,000 people and this is the best we could come up with?  I don't know about the rest of you McCain loyalists or Barry Obama assholes but I certainly feel insulted.  It's as if the powers that be sent out the very worst they could think of, knowing we the people would vote for one of them because that's all we've got.

I wonder if it's too early to get out my new bumper sticker?

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

space invaders

I was running around today taking care of business.  Nothing really noteworthy.  Just the usual hunt for stuff we think we need when we have time to do it.  Today it was gas for the grill, an espresso maker, coffee, and a package waiting for me at the post office.  You know... the usual crap.

As I was getting around in my metal and plastic, fossil fuel consuming conveyance and looked out over a sea of houses, concrete sidewalks, manicured lawns, and people from every walk of life driving around in these tin-can constructs, it dawned on me.

We're not supposed to be here!

We've been in this artificial world for so long we think all this stuff is normal, as if this is the way it's supposed to be.  Now, I'm not advocating giving up air conditioning, central heat, apartment complexes or cars.  Hell, we need all that stuff in order to survive.  Our fragile species can't handle temps lower than 60 degrees or much higher than 90.  That's a 40 degree range we require in order to sustain life.  Sure, we can live in the Arctic or the Sahara but that requires suitable clothing, a decent shelter, a mode of transportation and enough food and water for as long as we're out there... and that's the bare minimum.

It's estimated that 40% of the forested land on this planet cannot sustain human life.  It's too far away from roads and without a road to get us there, we don't go.  Think about this.  When you go on a camping trip do any of you actually just go and leave the car at home?  You need that vehicle to transport all the stuff you need like a tent, food supplies, fluids, cell phones, MP3 players, DVD players, laptops, makeup bag, air-conditioned RV, gas grill, beer, fishing poles, extra clothing, etc.  No other species on this planet needs extra clothing let alone all that other crap.  We can't survive one night without a shelter strong enough to insulate us from everything we went out there for in the first place.  Every year guys gear up, grab a hunting rifle and head to the woods and some never come back because they got lost and died from exposure... and they even dressed for it AND had a meat killing weapon!  Show me one animal dumb enough to do that.

What amazes me is no one seems to realize just how unsuited to this planet we really are.  It's as if it's perfectly normal that we don't have enough body hair to keep us warm, we're incapable of producing our own vitamin C, and we need to invent Gore-tex, buttons, and electric socks to make up for what nature forgot.  Even natural selection has nothing to do with humanity.  We're all a bunch of egotistical freaks who think we're too smart to survive the old fashioned way.  And that brain we're so proud of?  We can only use about 10% of it.  We're the only Earth species that can't use 100% of what we pride ourselves with most.

It's as if we're all Robinson Crusoe aliens from another planet, constructing emergency bio-shelters, environmental life support suits, and machines to rapidly escape dangerous situations because we can't physically take on even the lowest life form.

We should leave now.  This camping trip is over.    

Saturday, April 03, 2010

Monday, March 29, 2010

obama jokes

The liberals are asking us to give Obama more time. We agree . . . and think 25 to life would be appropriate. Leno 
America needs Obama-Care like Nancy Pelosi needs a Halloween mask. Leno      
Q: Have you heard about McDonald's' new Obama Value Meal?
 A: Order anything you like and the guy behind you has to pay for it. Conan O'Brien
Q: What does Barack Obama call lunch with a convicted felon?     
A: A fund raiser. Leno
Q: What's the difference between Obama's cabinet and a penitentiary?     
A: One is filled with tax evaders, blackmailers and threats to society. The other is for housing prisoners. Letterman
Q: If Nancy Pelosi and Obama were on a boat in the middle of the ocean and it started to sink, who would be saved?     
A:   America !  Fallon 
Q: What's the difference between Obama and his dog, Bo?   
A: Bo has papers. Kimmel 
Q: What was the most positive result of the "Cash for clunkers" program?     
A: It took 95% of the Obama bumper stickers off the road. Letterman


"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

harry t

Harry Truman was a different kind of President.  He probably made as many, or more important decisions regarding our nation's history as any of the other 32 Presidents preceding him. However, a measure of his greatness may rest on what he did after he left the White House.

The only asset he had when he died was the house he lived in, which
was in Independence, Missouri. His wife had inherited the house from her mother and father and other than their years in the White House, they lived their entire lives there.
When he retired from office in 1952, his income was a U.S. Army pension reported to have been $13,507.72 a year. Congress, noting that he was paying for his stamps and personally licking them, granted him an 'allowance' and, later, a retroactive pension of $25,000 per year.

After President Eisenhower was inaugurated, Harry and Bess drove home to Missouri by themselves. There was no Secret Service following them.
When offered corporate positions at large salaries, he declined, stating, "You don't want me. You want the office of the President, and that doesn't belong to me. It belongs to the American people and it's not for sale."
Good old Harry Truman was correct when he observed, "My choices in life were either to be a piano player in a whore house or a politician. And to tell the truth, there's hardly any difference!
I say dig him up and clone him!

Monday, March 15, 2010


"If you observe a really happy man, you will find him building a boat, writing a symphony, educating his son, growing double dahlias or looking for dinosaur eggs in the Gobi Desert.  He will not be searching for happiness as if it were a collar button that had rolled under the radiator, striving for it as a goal in itself.  He will have become aware that he is happy in the course of living life twenty-four crowded hours of each day."
-W. Beran Wolfe

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Greetings from Ontario

It's the little things that make the difference between the two cultures.
In the United States, we have rum and Dominican cigars.
In Canada, they have Cuban rum and Cuban cigars.
This difference is as black and white as it comes.
The United States is 90 miles from Cuba and we don't have any dealings with them what so ever.
The rest of the world, therefore, has dealings with Cuba.
What pisses me off more than anything, is that I can go anywhere in the world and get something that I can't get 90 miles from my own border, because of some stupid horseshit that happened in the early sixties.

I've just had the opportunity to drink the finest rum in the world and smoke the finest cigar in the world with the finest babe in the world, and it pisses me off that nobody else can have such a luxury because they have to take their shoes off to prove that they're not Al Qaida ( I don't believe Al Qaida exists...don't care if I've spelled it right... it's just a madeup piece of bullshit by the powers that be to create the boogeyman that the homeland security uses to force everybody to tow the line for Big Brother )

All I can say is that Cuban rum is the "tits", baby... in fact it's somewhere around a 38D ... which just happens to be the hooter size of the babe that I just spent 5 days with ! Said babe feels it's her duty and honour to provide me with the finest Cuban rum and Cuban cigars that an Ami could possibly imagine !
One could also point out that Canadian beer is far superior than anything that Anhauser-Busch could ever conceive.

I plan on staying here for the rest of my life !

Close friends and relatives are welcome to visit...
Call first !

Sunday, February 28, 2010

a day like rain

I saw a movie the other day called "A day Like Rain" which featured a teenage girl living in California suburbia who devises a metaphysical experiment designed to save the world from what she sees as an impending doom.

In this particular scene, Gena tells her friend Jennifer... 
“There’s no going back.  Everything else has been tried before and we need to do something different.  We have to take this all the way,”

What I find interesting about  the something different Gena talks about is orgonite and the nicest crystals I've ever seen.  Take a look at all that stuff on her table and you'll see an HHG, a bunch or crystals, a few coils, several TB's and a copper piped CB.  It looks like a less-messy version of my own workshop.  The only things missing are giant succor punches and an orgone accumulator.

I don't expect you to go out and see this flick, and if you did you'd most likely get lost in the endless stream of quantum questions answered with more unanswered questions. (most folks are incapable of interpreting plot lines unless it's spelled out to them)
It's like it's obnoxious because it's asking for something.  How can you love something if you don't know what it is?
But in case you have some free time and a little curiosity you can see it here.

Friday, February 26, 2010

not enough to go around?

What you see to the left is a picture of copper at the sub micron level using an electron microscope.
You wouldn't think of metal as a crystalline substance, but there it is.

We were all taught that all the metals on this planet collected at various strata, depending on how heavy it was compared to the substances around it, soon after the Earth cooled. 

As I look at these geometric shapes, Bucky Fuller comes to mind, as well as geodesic domes, soccer balls, pentagons, and crystal gardens.

What also comes to mind is crystals grow and if copper is a crystalline substance then it stands to reason that copper grows, as well.  In other words, it's a renewable substance just like Christmas trees, mold, little green apples, and everything else on this planet.

Is it just me or does anyone else think if copper is a crystalline substance and if all crystalline substances grow, is it likely that other metals could also be renewable resources as well?  It kinda throws the whole scarcity thing right out the window, doesn't it?

Scarcity is the major tool used by the powers that be to ensure the elite 2% of humanity have it all.
The concept goes like this ... If there is not enough to go around, it stands to reason the elite should have the lions share while the masses get to fight over the table scraps.

This concept isn't just wrong, it's inhuman to stifle human growth just because the guys at the top want the whole ball of wax.  We're stuck in this fossil fuel consumption cycle because the Saudis buy the debt we rack up for our endless wars to keep the economy going in an endless downward spiral.  Besides, every single thing on this planet is renewable, including supermarket plastic bags and congressional manure.

Would we really be better off choosing paper over plastic or is it just an illusion? 

Sunday, February 21, 2010

hell explained by a chemistry student

The following is an actual question given on University of Arizona chemistry mid term.  
The answer by one student was so 'profound' that the professor shared it with colleagues, via the Internet, which is, of course, why we now have the pleasure of enjoying it as well:  
Bonus Question: Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)?  
Most of the students wrote proofs of their beliefs using Boyle's Law (gas cools when it expands and heats when it is compressed) or some variant.  
 One student, however, wrote the following:
First, we need to know how the mass of Hell is changing in time. So we need to know the rate at which souls are moving into Hell and the rate at which they are leaving. I think that we can safely assume that once a soul gets to Hell, it will not leave. There fore, no souls are leaving. As for how many souls are entering Hell, let's look at the different religions that exist in the world today.  
Most of these religions state that if you are not a member of their religion, you will go to Hell. Since there is more than one of these religions and since people do not belong to more than one religion, we can project that all souls go to Hell. With birth and death rates as they are, we can expect the number of souls in Hell to increase exponentially. Now, we look at the rate of change of the volume in Hell because Boyle's Law states that in order for the temperature and pressure in Hell to stay the same, the volume of Hell has to expand proportionately as souls are added.
This gives two possibilities: 
1. If Hell is expanding at a slower rate than the rate at which souls enter Hell, then the temperature and pressure in Hell will increase until all Hell breaks loose. 
2. If Hell is expanding at a rate faster than the increase of souls in Hell, then the temperature and pressure will drop until Hell freezes over. 
So which is it? 
If we accept the postulate given to me by Teresa during my Freshman year that, 'It will be a cold day in Hell before I sleep with you,' and take into account the fact that I slept with her last night, then number two must be true, and thus I am sure that Hell is exothermic and has already frozen over. The corollary of this theory is that since Hell has frozen over, it follows that it is not accepting any more souls and is therefore, extinct..... ...leaving only Heaven, thereby proving the existence of a divine being which explains why, last night, Teresa kept shouting
'Oh my God.'  


Friday, February 19, 2010

fastest production car in the world

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of over 400 km/h (407.5 km/h or 253.2 mph), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.

Given the choice, why would anyone prefer a Mercedes?

Monday, February 15, 2010

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Thursday, February 11, 2010