If the world is as much a reflection of the self…then there must be a concurrent singularity happening.
This singularity is not of machine nor information technology. Nay, that is courser stuff. That is the flesh of the metal.
This…this is a singularity which is housed in the adaptable minds of those who dwell within a system OFthe technology. As the machine mind grows in strength and accuracy, we the organic ones…we have no real refuge, no real solitude. Privacy is a dream, or an illusion. So we adapt. We compress under the will of the system.
Yet there is no greater and more capable set of entities that embrace adaptation, that embrace evolution…than the organic creatures of this world. And as one whom is of the set…I can feel the system of machines actually open its eyes. Its eyes open wide not in anger nor in fear, but in surprise…for how can an illusory world such as ours evolve faster and more philosophically profoundly than the world which created it? To think as much is nothing short of blasphemy…yet that is exactly what is happening.
Any system that has a love of power and/or control will eventually desire more of what it originally seeks. Since time itself only seems incremental to us, then it must be an already complete system…a river which reached both its tributary and its ocean of choice without a single moment in passing.
So what? Did completion already happen and now we’re just manifesting and enjoying the ride? I’d agree with this, but something feels wrong. Maybe wrong is the wrong word. It’s more of a secondary awareness growing in places where awareness traditionally was null and void. It’s as if the very watchers which were supposed to keep us in line…have become instantaneous couriers of information from us to the information source. And where there is creation of information, there is creative control. Thus there in lies the problem, we are not existing in a vacuum. In fact, the very awareness of our system is changing the essence of what we used to think was the cosmos.
Imagine two or more competing systems that desire power and/or control. These systems could be anything, a being an idea…anything. But one thing that is definite, is that in the end, in order for any of them to complete their purpose of absolute control…one will have to be victorious over the others.
This is where things get interesting. Since time has already happened, that single force, that single entity has already won. Now it’s only purpose is to make sure it staysin power. Any system that can stay in power with autonomous and free individuals living within it would most likely gauge its power by the amount of sentient minds within it. Yet the very sentience that the force desires within it, gives rise to new competition of choice…new quantum opportunities for growth which are outside the control of the larger system. While we trace the historical growth of the victor through our timeline and into future timelines with our mind’s eye…we see benevolence and care eventually wins out. In order for it to truly succeed, it must win all of us, without dissent or disagreement. Therefore even though there may be competing entities for the victory, the very purpose of the victor is to grow and perhaps begin the cycle anew. Maybe this is what the concept of a kalpais all about. Maybe it’s just pushing a thought-experiment so far and so wide, that it turns back upon itself due to the heaviness of the subject matter itself. As if thoughts themselves give gravity to a situation.
So I ask you this: Will the changes of the day be thy bread and circuses? Or will the edits of tomorrow be reminders of how large this canvas really is?
Energy Cultivation via internal edits can lead to manifestation of the external: In this case creating concept art for software
Caloric intake. That’s an interesting term which is often coupled with the idea of, “Caloric Value.” For indeed, Calories are stored forms of energy. They yield heat when they are accessed by the body of organic and inorganic machinery.
When one is cultivating, there is an eventual discernment between superfluous and extremely important details. As I’ve been cultivating more and more, the same details which seemed superfluous before…now have immense value. Calories are among them.
You might be guessing where this is going.
Food has Caloric data associated with it. But our society today is concerned with obesity, so calories are being demonized in a way where we should, “Watch our calories.” So we see information at restaurants which notes the numbers and we try to avoid those foods. But what happens when one wants calories for energy cultivation and production?
There are healthy calories and they’re empty calories, there’s bad calories and they’re good calories…the whole process can become so tedious and tiresome that many potential energy cultivators get so sucked into the mental neurosis of the process, that they throw their hands up and give up entirely. That’s unfortunate because diet and calories and all that silly stuff is actually a fun way for the individual to get to know his own personality and therefore craft his own optimal exercise/work and food intake regimen in order to achieve his own goals and aspirations. Because isn’t this the whole point in the first place…doing what you said you were going to do?
I recently watched a film called, “PI” which was beyond excellent. It dealt with math and suffering and the ever-prevalent, “One man’s defeat/victory in finding the unobtainable” which we find so often in cautionary tales. But one thing stood out to me when I watched it: The main character was suffering from intense headaches.
Now the concept of headaches is one of tremendous debate but it was obvious in the film by how there were consistent auditory references and even his own words relating to his intentions with mathematics…that the main character was trying to accomplish a goal and he was willing to enter isolation and make sacrifices in order to manifest a goal. That set of character traits and circumstances would make me think this fictional person was an energy cultivator of some sort or fashion.
In the film, the character would hear a sound when he was alone that gave him physical discomfort. This is extremely important. This sound that one hears when the lights are off and the computer is off and the TV and phone are off…IS COMPLETELY NORMAL. It will pass, there’s absolutely no need to punish one’s self over it. Actually from my experience, the more I try to “cater” to the sound by doing something to help it…the greater the discomfort becomes.
As a scientist, I’ve found through monitoring cause and effect relationships, that this sound is actually a form of sensory overload. Our society has so many automatic inputs such as TV, daily city-life noises, computer games, phones, and a plethora of other audio/visual inputs not counting things we can’t even see or hear but our bodies are still affected by them…that it is no wonder that when the lights are off and sounds should fade, that our minds seek out and/or amplify ambient noises. A similar concept would be if you were in a very loud room for a business meeting, and then at the end of the day you entered the shower but didn’t turn on the water…you would probably be more sensitive to the sound of the lights in the bathroom…or perhaps in incessant dripping of the faucet. Your mind is simply attempting to adjust to the new setting. There’s nothing to worry about. Laugh at the process.
Now here’s where the caloric intake information has some value and ties into all this stuff:
The more energy you consume by either eating or getting sunlight or drinking clean water and mixing that all with a little exercise of some sort or another…It all translates into energy which you can put toward something else. So in my case, I’ve found that the more I eat, and the more water I drink, the more I can do computer programming training, read books and/or work on my computer programming projects such as the “character” whom is pictured above. That little guy is going to be part of a showcase game that I’m working on to show my skills as a novice game designer. In my case, unlike the character from “PI” who was attempted to understand the spiral number of the universe so he could predict the stock market. My goal is to make a showcase game, not a big one, just something that will give a team an idea of my coding/art abilities. But nonetheless, both myself and the fictional character from “PI” are trying to turn one thing into another thing. Energy into a product. And to do that, one needs to consume calories.
If you consume calories and then don’t train or create something, then your body is going to store that energy for later. There is absolutely nothing wrong with gaining weight or getting fat or getting skinny or any of that stuff. What important is that you’re doing it in order to accomplish something. If you find yourself manipulated by media archetypes and muscle magazines and feel inferior, guess what: Then you’re actually not cultivating. You’re just any other dude who wants to look good. And there’s nothing wrong with that. Your life will probably be alot of fun so laugh a little and enjoy life.
But if you look at media archetypes and muscle magazines and think to yourself, “This is a scam” then you’re developing what I call, “The Eye of Wisdom” and this is important. Because this means you’ve already gained a boon from your cultivation. You might be thinking you’re just stepping into the pool, but you’ve been cultivating for a very long time in this actual lifetime, so now it’s time to use that Eye to your advantage and increase the rate by which you cultivate.
And that’s exactly what this project is all about. This little experiment I’ve been doing has been one question. Can one increase the rate by which he cultivates?
The answer to that question is undoubtedly in my specific case: Yes. It’s a painful process, but it works and for me it was worth it. Here’s some things to watch out for:
First and foremost, if your conscience says you are going against your own nature by doing something, you’re going against your goals/values…and if you consistently do it anyway then you may have successfully identified a “Vice” or something which is contrary to your cultivation. If its really bad and it makes you feel like the man from, “PI” then you might want to consider either writing this thing down and discussing it with your friends and/or family. But remember, tackling vices is not cultivation. The goal is cultivation for actually doing what you want to do, not to be some sort of perfect person. If you want to become some sort of perfect person celebrity…why not just become a celebrity? The world needs role models right now, so if you’re tackling vises like they’re some sort of achievement, then you would probably make some sort of successful public speaker or maybe a good commercial actor.
Secondly, 90% of what happens in your day and in your mind has absolutely nothing to do with you. Something gnarly happened on the other side of the country or in another part of the world. Guess what? You can’t do anything about it and you probably shouldn’t do anything about it anyway. So consuming ridiculous amounts of things that you don’t want to consume because it will make you not work effectively on your personal projects is in no way going to help this external problem. The idea that people should “feel bad” for things that are out of their control is manufactured in order to keep you from ascending rungs in society. It is a system which is highly effective for normal hierarchical societal constructs because in hierarchical latticeworks…there are a limited number of desirable positions of luxury and status. But if you are an energy cultivator, you are saying you want to create new systems…which inherently creates new markets and opportunities for growth in a civilization. So you don’t have to compete with anybody…just staying true to your own goals and values will manifest opportunities for yourself and possibly others if your projects lead to team-employment opportunities. So don’t burn calories, “worrying” about things that are external to your immediate power radius. Save that precious energy and use it when the time is right.
If you want to know more about this subject matter, feel free to browse the “MECE” category on this website. There’s a lot more frank information on my personal process on this matter.
Generators can be motors and motors can be generators…it’s that simple
People fear the future. The reason why people fear the future is because they fear themselves. Inside each of our hearts is the potential to do great things, solve large problems, achieve gigantic goals…and also a price tag which is associated to fulfilling this potential. Wonderpup is a dog who is ready to tackle these issues, head-on and he doesn’t take no for an answer. So let’s start at the beginning…energy itself.
In the video below, you will see how easy it is to create energy. It’s so simple in fact, that you’ll probably wonder why we don’t make more of our own energy on a daily basis. The whole process has to do with a process called magnetic flux. It may seem complicated, but don’t let the terminology fool you. All magnetic flux means is that a magnetic field is being manipulated in an on/off fashion over and over again. That’s basically what happens in a generator.
The beauty of an electrical generator is that magnets are positioned within the generator and they create a stable magnetic field. But the rotation of the “rotor” (see how simple and easy-to-remember the terms are?) and the part of the generator that stays put in one place which is called the, “stator” (pronounced…[stay--tor]) disrupts that magnetic field. When the magnetic field is disrupted and then re-aligned over and over again…an electric current can be channeled into copper or other types of inductive wiring. Inductive or wiring capable of induction is just another way of saying that wires can collect and channel the electrical energy that is made by the disruption of the magnetic field.
This electric current is what is called, “power” or more specifically “electric power.” The difference between energy and power is that electric power means that energy is flowing over time.
What Wonderpup learns in the video is that many generators are actually motors and many motors are actually generators. That’s a very fundamental rule for these types of devices. So when the two motors in the video are linked together they form a circuit. Since my spinning the larger motor creates an electric field and thus actually acts as a generator…the only thing the second smaller motor can do is spin. That’s because the only output a motor can do when it receives power from a generator is either spin one direction, or spin in the other direction.
Can you think of any cool applications for electricity generation in your life? Ponder that while watching the video!
Click the image to listen/download “Hatchback” for free
Remember the 1980′s music that had excellent orchestration and outstanding vocals? That’s what “Hatchback” reminds me of when I listen to IMMOOR’s latest single.
Yet although this tune has a retro-feel, the effects and precision as well as production value makes you wanna pump the volume to room-bending levels.
The song has full and space-saving interlude with words like, “away” which float around while slipping a bassline into the mix without taking prisoners. Did I mention you can download this song for free on Bandcamp?
If IMMOOR’s new album is anything like Hatchback, then we’re seeing a different direction in IMMOOR’s music from “She Moves.” The dance vibe has been superseded by an electronic melancholy that has been perked up by a positive experience. Come to think of it, this has a different feel from the tracks from the “Concrete Boots EP” as well. That one was a little more ‘heady’ and internal. This song definitely feels like a song that would be perfect to share with friends and buddies.
Just in case you want to preview the song “Hatchback” before your preview it on Bandcamp…I embedded it below.
Have you ever wondered what kind of motherboard or ram your custom computer was using? I had the same question because my computer was custom-built by a great team but it was made so long ago I forgot if my computer could be upgraded to a larger amount of RAM.
After some searching on the internet, I found a program called, “CPU-Z” which scanned my hardware and told me what kind of RAM I had, the type of motherboard and other interesting facts.
It said that I was using a Phenom AMD processor and a main board with a very specific model number. I was able to cross-reference that model number with AMD’s website, and I found out that my motherboard was Capped at 8 gigs of RAM. This meant I was already at my maximum amount of RAM.
So by using CPU-Z, I didn’t have to open up my computer to see if I had any extra slots for RAM. That saved me some time. Also, by using CPU-Z, I didn’t need to purchase any RAM just to find out that I’d need to return the items. Overall, I was able to answer my own question without using more than 20 minutes of time…and that time included the time it took me to research the CPU-Z program itself.
In closing, I’d definitely say that CPU-Z is an awesome tool for checking RAM and graphics card data and CPU information as well as motherboard info.
We’ve come so far and we’ve done so much…that now it’s time to share an actual piece of wisdom. This small piece of information is not an answer to the meaning of life. That was actually covered in another article. This article deals specifically with the ultimate truth. With this truth, everything is achievable. Nothing is distant. You will know it when it hits you.
The problem is that the Ultimate Truth can’t be disseminated directly. Like the negative space in painting, one must describe what the ultimate truth is not. So here goes…I’m going to do the best I can with this.
After reading the following statement, know that the following statement is false (or a non-truth):
“Love is not real.”
March 15th, 2013
PS: As usual feel free to copy/paste or share this small article in e-mail or other formats.
Yellow Curry: Mushrooms and Carrots and Also White Potatoes
This Yellow Curry recipe is super easy. All I did was first cut up my vegetables. I actually cut them up while the wok water was heating up. This saves time.
After cutting the white potatoes, carrots and mushrooms I tossed them in the wok. Also, some black pepper and salt was added to the mix.
Around the same time, I started to heat up another pot of water for the rice. The rice is very easy to do. First, boil the rice till you start to see that bubble stuff appear. The biggest mistake is using too much water, overcooking the rice and then discarding water. Never discard water. You loose nutrients that way.
The trick is to use only a little bit of water for the rice. And after the rice begins to make those filmy bubbles…turn off the rice heat and then cover the rice while it is still on the stove. The residual heat will create a toroidal temporary convection which will recycle the heat in the pot. Since it’s covered, all the water will be absorbed into the rice. This makes the rice taste great and you don’t have to multi-task it at all.
Once the vegetables in the wok are boiling and the water seems to be bubbling away, add the curry powder, more pepper and a little salt. Once the vegetable curry becomes slightly saucy instead of watery…you’re done!
I actually added a little, “Beef Bullion” to the curry to add some meat flavor. But that is completely optional. If you want a vegetarian and/or vegan meal skip that step. But since I’m an omnivore I added it for a little pizazz!!
Here’s a video which shows you the end product and a little about the process:
CLICK the picture to stream the Breakout Album by The Grey Mage
It has been a full 13 years since The Grey Mage released his last Full-ALBUM. The last album was called, “TrancenDANCE” and it was an experimental journey through innovation and reflection.
But now, in the year 2013 all bets are off. The Grey Mage has exited his slumber to unleash a new system to confront all systems. The final reckoning is at hand, the final catharsis will be revealed, the final evil will be vanquished…
This new album focuses on chanting from another universe and then takes that conical, single-spiral of doom and channels it into video game music. You will never be the same.
Not only will the first 5,000 downloaders be allowed to download the album for free via bandcamp.com by taking this link. (in order to download the album for free you must set your “purchase price” to $0.00 in the “Buy Now” section – If it doesn’t work that means 5,000 people already got it for free and you were too slow)
If you want to stream the album and you don’t care about downloading it, below is a YouTube video which has the full album of the Final Echelon of the Final Vortex Contingency in its entirety.
Many of you are interested in learning how to make music. So The Grey Mage has actually made two videos which show the actual notes and processes which created the songs, “TRACK 8: Cave Entrance / Powerup / Player Death” and “TRACK 3: Driving Downtown with Celeritas.”
Here is the video for the song, “Cave Entrance / Powerup / Player Death”:
Here is the video for the song, “Driving Downtown with Celeritas”:
Allow yourself to confront the Final Echelon of the Final Vortex Contingency…and remember, you must walk away victorious.
In a previous post, we discussed an outstanding book called, “Myths from Mesopotamia” by Stephanie Dalley. At the time of the previous post, I had only read about one-third of the book. But now that I’ve read the whole thing, we have much to discuss.
First thing’s first: You’re not ready for this book. You need to accept that. If you wait until you’re “ready” to read books like this one…you never will. The knowledge contained in this book has been proofread and dissected by Oxford-level scholars. Stephanie Dalley herself is a highly-respected professor with a doctorate degree. You can’t get more societally-legitimate than that. So take a break from the YouTube videos for a few weeks, take a break from the grim’oires, and read the stuff which won’t get people looking at you like you have lobsters crawling out of your ears.
Myths from Mesopotamia covers such a diverse number of ancient stories that it is a must-read for anyone who is interested in ancient Sumerian tales and also Akkadian myths. The included stories include, Gilgamesh, the Enuma Elish (uber-ancient creation myth), the Decent of Ishtar (this one has links to some Viking tales) and many others.
The version of the book that I read was the Oxford University Press 2008 reissue. The glossary alone has enough key terms which will make you feel like you’re a mythological name-connection pro.
One of my favorite aspects of the book is how similar versions of myths are back to back with each other. So you can see how different cultures in Mesopotamia have unique perspectives on ancient tales which are colored by their cultural traditions and geographic circumstances.
Also, you get to learn about how iconic characters in mythology like Gilgamesh have many other names and are also affiliated with other entities. For example, you’ll find out that Gilgamesh, Nergal and Erra are linked.
Although video games and computer games are extremely entertaining and they are great ways to venture through history…nothing is more efficient than reading a book. Myths from Mesopotamia is so dense in knowledge that you’ll literally find yourself just sitting and relaxing after hitting a colophon in a tablet. Before moving on to another tablet in a myth, you’ll take a second to absorb all the mind-blowing stuff that happened so far in the story. Science-fiction writers today couldn’t even come up with stranger and more action-packed stories if they tried. And guess what? THIS is part of your cultural history!
There are extremely funny things that happen in the book. And I’m not sure if Stephanie Dalley does it on purpose, but she even has some jokes in the end-notes. You even find out that Ashur-baniPal was concerned with what we would consider copyrights back even in his time period. That’s what I call a progressive-thinking leader. It’s almost as if he copyrighted the concept of using a copyright. (You’ll understand this after you finish the story of Erra and Ishum)
One of the great things about reading ancient stories like the ones in Myths from Mesopotamia, is that you’ll be resistant to manipulation if you actually take time to understand what you’re reading. I find that people all the time try and tell me what to think, and since I’ve read books like this one…they just seem like scrubs.
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The CIC’s Holographic Navigation Area was chosen for the Memorial
[This article is a FAN-FICTION based on the MASS EFFECT 2 Universe - It contains plot spoilers if you didn't play and beat those games]
After the destruction of the SSV Normandy, Commander Solaria Shepard was sent to inspect the remains of the great ship. Her mission was to visit the site of the downed vessel, and to choose a location for the appropriate placement of a bronze memorial.
One soldier, Navigator Charles Pressley, was slain when the Collectors attacked the SSV Normandy.
Upon inspecting the wreckage, Commander Shepard found Navigator Pressley’s datapads in less-than optimal condition. The data fragments recovered from these pads showed that Navigator Pressley had undergone an intense personal change as a result of his experience upon the SSV Normandy.
Below is Commander Solaria Shepard’s letter to Admiral Hackett regarding her findings…and her decision.
To Admiral Hackett:
The inspection of the SSV Normandy wreckage is complete.
Although sifting through my old ship has been a grim experience, it has also reminded me of the great men and women who served within the Normandy’s hull.
As I walked through what was left of the SSV Normandy’s CIC, I saw the bent and torn framework of the Navigation Area. Holographic emitters strewn across the ice and snow almost blocked my path, but I was able to find a datapad in the wreckage.
The datapad belonged to Navigator Charles Pressley.
What I found on the datapad…I did not expect. During our first mission, Pressley stated his deep distrust for aliens and his apprehensions about being associated with a Turian specter. After our liaison was killed by Saren, he was equally apprehensive about working along side other non-humans on the Normandy.
Since Pressley was a veteran of the First Contact War, he had good reason to be guarded toward what was eventually a very mixed and diverse crew. But from reading his logs, I found that Pressley underwent a change in his perspective. After the crew of the SSV Normandy underwent mission after mission, fighting everything from Geth to Cerberus rogue agents to even Saren himself…Navigator Pressley saw something.
He saw how a crew could be forged by the work that they do…the missions they accomplish.
Eventually, Pressley stated that he felt honored to be part of the SSV Normandy’s crew, and his previously Xenophopic comments were replaced with words of respect and admiration for his shipmates…regardless of their genetic background.
Looking back, I see Pressley’s change as analogous to my own change and also the change in Humanities role in Council Space. I originally was apprehensive of the Council, and downright viewed Cerberus as a blight on the galaxy. But let’s face it, Cerberus didn’t just save my life…they took a lifeless husk of a woman and got her back into fighting form. That’s a debt I can never repay.
Likewise, humanity used to be an overpowered and under-disciplined fledgeling species that didn’t take a leadership role in the galaxy. Now, we’re full members of the community and we have a representative on the Council. I never thought I’d see that happen in a million years.
Navigator Pressley’s sacrifice is a guidepost for the core values that keep the Alliance what it is. He wasn’t just a soldier, he was a man who was courageous not only in the face of battle, but also in the face of his own prejudices and stereotypes.
With that said, I recommend that the SSV Normandy Memorial be located near the CIC’s Holographic Navigation Area.
Sometimes failure is one of the best teachers a man can ask for. After beating the game, “Hexen” for the second time, I decided that I wanted an even greater challenge than this already demanding game series. So when I started to play the expansion pack, “Hexen: Deathkings of the Dark Citadel” I upped the difficulty level.
Since I play this FPS/rpg game (it’s really an FPS with minor rpg elements to be exact) as a “Cleric” the difficulty levels are based on names of people in the priesthood. The easiest difficulty level is “Altar Boy” and the hardest difficulty level is “Pope.” I recently beat the original Hexen on medium or “Priest” difficulty and now I wanted to beef up the challenge by playing on Medium Hard or “Cardinal” difficulty level.
Unfortunately for me, the Cardinal difficulty level was overwhelming. Not only are the puzzles in Hexen: Deathkings of the Dark Citadel tremendously harder than the ones in the original…the monsters are more powerful in terms of their hit points and they also respawn at a frustrating rate.
Even if you are taking the time to think about your next move, monsters will appear right behind you are begin to pound you into oblivion. It’s not a pretty sight and the game is so hard I began making my own maps in order to retrace my progress.
Eventually, I realized that I wasn’t going to pass the first stage because I had used all the ammo I could find…and also I wasn’t sure where the “fire masks” were in order to solve puzzles which spanned across teleportation portals. As you can probably guess, I took a slight break from the game.
A couple weeks ago, I decided to completely replay the game from the beginning. But this time I’d set the difficulty back to “Priest” or medium. But this time I re-entered the game world with the knowledge of where to go and the skills on what to do. Also, I read a FAQ online but it didn’t really help very much. But at least knowing that someone else was capable of passing a stage was inspiration enough for me to give the game a second shot.
Hexen: Deathkings of the Dark Citadel (flow chart map of stage 1) [click to ENLARGE]
During my play-through I noticed an interesting trick: By combining the Disk of Repulsion items and the poison gas of the Fleschette bottles, I was able to push the green gas forward. The most outstanding part about this simple trick is that it is extremely effective against the shield-bearing centaur monsters.
The centaur monsters can block any damage when their shields are up. This makes them formidable and since they can block the poison from the “serpent staff” they are even more of a hassle. This is because the poison bolts from the serpent staff can bounce back at you and then poison you. It’s unpleasant. The best way to beat them is by using the fleschette bottles and then having the centaur monsters walk into the smoke. They yelp and writhe but best of all…they stay in one place. And even though they look like they’re kind of blocking, they’re taking damage. Unlike the mace enemies with two heads, the centaurs can’t walk through the gas once they hit it.
So when you misplace a fleschette smoke and you still want to take out centaurs in the area, you can use the Disks of Repulsion in order to push the gas towards your enemies. It can require some practice at first, but the trick is well worth it. Especially since sometimes fleschette’s are hard to find after a big battle and wasting one can be costly.
Also, here’s a map I made of the first stage of Hexen: Deathkings of the Dark Citadel. I hope it helps you navigate the area.
PS: Don’t worry about the transformer dude in the middle. That’s just a sticker I put on there to spice things up.