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Sierra by Ariel on Fri Aug 22, 2008 8:09 am
At work, beneath the picnic table in front of the building, my husband and I noticed a carboard box lined with padded material. Out steps this gorgeous deep orange cat who quickly proceeded to rub our legs and purr away. :shock: Long story short, she has come home with us. I will update soon.

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Sci-Fi Thesis: Superluminal Gravitation by HKurtRichter on Sun Jan 29, 2012 2:10 pm
Superluminal Gravitation and the Linearized Wave Equation


I attempt to describe gravity as a superluminal force by suggesting that small point-like tachyons give rise to a causally-reversed radiation pressure which we experience as Newton’s law of universal gravitation.

The idea involves setting Schrödinger’s wave equation equivalent to the equation of a line in space, for the tachyon held as causing gravitation. In particular, this model of gravity envisions an infinitesimally small point-particle, epitomizing the mathematical notion of a point in space, and suggests that there may exist such point-like tachyons radiating naturally (and constantly) from all real masses in all directions; each such tachyon traveling perfect Euclidean-straight lines from their sources to infinity, imparting some of their causally-reversed momentum to all of the “real” objects through which they pass on their journey. And since reversed causality orients an imparted momentum-vector in the o...

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conspiracy ravings by Itzimna by who me on Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:06 am

03/06/12 09:33 PM

The reason for the military buildup during the Eisenhower administration does have a rational explanation. In the early 50s, Eisenhower was visited by extraterrestrials. The first group that he encountered (the Nords) offered to provide assistance in our spiritual development. However, they were appalled by our warlike tendencies and demanded that we disarm our nuclear weapons. The Eisenhower administration refused.

They were then approached by a second group of extraterrestrials (the Greys) who offered technology in return for permission to abduct American citizens and perform medical experiments on them. The Eisenhower administration agreed to this treaty, although the Greys were quite forceful in pushing the conditions of the treaty. The technology we received was less than what we had bargained for, and the Greys began abducting many more citizens then they were permitted to by the terms of the treaty. Realizing that the Greys were untrustworthy, the...

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New avatar. by Qray on Sat Sep 06, 2008 1:22 am
After [scratches his head] around 15 or so years with the same avatar, the altered UNIX BSD daemon, I figured it was time for a change.


Actually, what happened was that a friend of mine hipped me to a new Web Comic by saying she'd found one with me in it. So checking out the comic, I was enthralled by the work and read the entire thing through. Of course the character she thought I was turned out to be the Trickster. Go fig, but what the hell, I can see some similarities. ;-p

What is this Web Comic? Sheesh, don't you people read my posts.

We try pretty hard not to, Q.

Ah, good point. Well, it's Gunnerkrigg Court by Tom Siddell and you should check it out if you're not already familiar with it.


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Spirituality by Starfire on Sat Apr 11, 2009 6:43 pm
It has been a good year since I decided to change my religious beliefs. Even though I am much happier and better off personally, there is still this guilt of moving on. I spend my whole life in a Christian world. In it I was always very unhappy. I finally sought therapy after the birth of my daughter. Finally got out of the hole of depression. Now I have some echos of my old life still haunting me. I go to church with my spouse and daughter. Now that I have new beliefs, the sermons have become very boring. The whole time I am wishing to go out the car and take a nap. It's also hard to explain these new ideas to old friends and people at Church.

Spending Easter with some friends I've know forever. She called to talk tonight. She asked us to come to her Church and asked if we were going to church anywhere. I told her we are sort of going somewhere, but I really want to go to a Metaphysical believing church. (I call them the Oprah church) She seemed rather concerned.

I also fear...

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