Friday, March 29, 2013

I swear I'm not lazy!

2013 A to Z Challenge
I'm making my list for the A to Z challenge. I know what the first week will be, and a few other days. As of right now, I have 14 out of 26, so a little more than half. Woo. Since this is the first time I've participated in this, I'm going to stick with what I've been writing about. So expect math, science, and random thoughts about letters. I've been working on some new tricks in the free time I have, and I hope to try a couple this month. We'll see what happens.See you on the first.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Something short.

The mathematician sees the world as numbers, charts and graphs. The world can quantified, growth can be plotted, and there are patterns and reason that dictate the shapes of things.
The physicist sees reality as things that you can touch, smell, see, and hear. They break the world into small parts, and the world exists as electrical impulses and microscopic particles.
The world lives, breathes and changes in the mind of a biologist. An artist sees the meaning behind the object while writers tell the stories of them. The musician hears all of this, and writes a soundtrack for it.
The philosopher see all of this, and thinks that he is dreaming. With the right state of mind; space around him can be bent, time is sped up and slowed, laws can be changed. All this can be done because what is real only exists in the mind.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Black-hole day!

Oh, wow. Today is the wormhole day, isn't it? When I started this blog, I was a farmer with an interest in science and math, and I had access to a co-workers textbook for thermodynamics. Now I'm working in research at a mushroom spawn farm and am trying to juggle my hobbies(still math and science), life, and trying to remember to write this.
 I started my last post with black-holes, hoping to work my way to wormholes. It has been put off, but for now let's forge forward. If I found a wormhole on this side of the closed space loops, I would go forward to the time when Matrix technology would allow me to download information into my brain. Or just replace it all together with a synthetic brain that can be switched on and off at will. Really, I would love to move forward in time. What the future would bring is interesting. I'm interested in seeing what will become of me and the world around me. And I would travel back to the distant past, because I think the Greeks, Romans, and Mayans had fancier technology than we think they do. And really, who would pass up the opportunity to just keep going forward or backwards? You could see if the universe ends, or begun, or if it moves in a circular pattern of expanding and shrinking, with the same events being played over and over with small variations each time, until the 5 x 101000000 time when chaos has finally made a world so unlike our own.
Wouldn't you be interested in the world around a wormhole though? I mean, assuming a collapsed wormhole exists at the center of a black-hole, then the world that exists around it would be fascinating to see. Space would be so drastically dilated, it would seem, that the things we think of normal would be different. Since it would take light longer to travel a distance that seems short, the person standing next you may seem shorten and stretched. He probably couldn't hear you either, since I doubt sound travels fast enough to traverse the long distance. I'm speculating though. Nothing stops me from writing, posting is another matter completely. When I get system to remember to post, I'll dive deeper into the world of black-holes, biology, and a little programing and math. If I don't see you until the A to Z challenge, then be safe and take care.