Tag Archive for Suggested Listening

Gibs and Greif!


What if recent intimations in society regarding the holographic nature of the universe, and the idea that life is a virtualization are merely outgrowths of the 3D video game industry’s success in mastering the nature of reality into mechanical simile?… Read more…

Current Events: Time Dilation


Boo to mail.google.com. Boo to mail.microsoft.com. Boo to Microsoft Exchange.  mail.google.com has a vicious lag in loading my inbox. mail.microsoft.com is sending me spam messages from my own email address. Both are umbrellas-sites, bordering on the criminal in utility. Does the… Read more…

Not You Too, Hawking!


We don’t often get new insights into astrophysics, but I have one about Stephen Hawking that may tickle your fancy. In Hawking’s book, A Brief History of Time, a theory is expounded upon in which time slows down as you… Read more…

Not Too Friendly, but Technically Correct Speech


I don’t favor public speakers that use excessive amounts of ingressive speech patterns in their dialogues. Ingressive speech is all about the production of sound while sucking the vocal medium (usually air) INTO the lungs. It’s a good tactic for… Read more…

The Prince and The Pauper


Imagine you are supremely wealthy as a result of massive fortunes placed in your name by your family and friends due to your good character and hard work. Imagine you are not aware of this wealth except to say that… Read more…

Extemporaneousness is Fail


I hate rushing. I hate dragging. I hate people who drag rushingly and rush draggingly even more. Suggested Listening: Ludacris – Back for the First Time – Get Off Me

Voiceless Counting


Did you know you can generate more than five things to count with using just the fingers on a single hand? This may come in handy for use in complex languages and counting systems. You’ll find that the bits on computers… Read more…

Persnickety Sitch


A description of a bad life getting better can be refactored rather easily via multiple means into a description of a good life getting worse, in effect, making a bad life even worse. “I won, by doing x, y, and… Read more…

Oneness


If you divide 2 identical things very carefully into two identical parts each, with each part identical to the originals except for their decreased scale, you will see four things before you as a result, but due to conservation of mass, you should maintain awareness of… Read more…