Wednesday, January 18, 2006
What will happen when I die? Unless I choose to be cremated and have my ashes scattered all over the world (which is ideal), my body will be consumed by other living things in the ground. That’s not so bad. I’m giving back to the world what it gave to me. Life. As for the “spirit” or whatever inhabits the body that lives on after one dies, I don’t know where mine will go. As I see it, my spirit will probably try to go somewhere besides Earth. Who knows? Maybe dying allows humans to enter higher space-time, as they are no longer tethered by three-dimensional limits. Maybe that’s what heaven is supposed to be, and why humans cannot see it or describe it when they live. Maybe there’s nothing after life. If that is the case, oh well. Maybe I shouldn’t have taken life for granted.
That brings me to another terrific point: the uselessness of “would have,” “could have,” and “should have.” There is no changing the past. Just as matter of three-dimensions cannot be destroyed, neither can events of four dimensions. “Would have,” “could have,” and “should have” reveal one’s uncertainty about past actions. The past may have been bad, but it is, and cannot not be (again, double negatives are fine here). I guess that is a weird way to say, “suck it up.” My statement at the end of the pervious paragraph should instead be, “I took life for granted. Oh well.”
Ferrets are unkind
The sky wants more observers
Watch out for those bears
Saturday, January 14, 2006
Truth may be more than what we can understand. I reason this by the fact that no human knows the absolute truth about anything, and also from my theory that there are three dimensions of truth that weigh down the rest of space-time. Looking at all of space-time as a shell, our three dimensions (sort of four) make up our standard Universe. The fourth, of course, is the first dimension of time. It is linear. The fifth and sixth are what I call the two dimensions of “dreams.” “Dreams” are the surreal objects that surround every living and non-living thing. The seventh is the second dimension of time, where time bends and folds can be measured. The eighth is the third dimension of time. Volumes of time illustrate the viscosity of the time in a particular area. Time is fairly fluid where we are right now. Anyway, that’s small change. The three dimensions of truth are really hard to understand. I’m not sure if life even exists in them. If it did, then some beings would control truth, which is not cool. Please, if you know anything about the three dimensions of truth, inform me.
Sunday, January 08, 2006
Greetings! This is my first blog! What to write?… Nothing is evil. Nothing is the absence of anything, which is bad. No human is pure evil, as every human is not nothing. Double negatives may be poor in English, however, in logic they are fine. This is a work of logic and thought, not literature. Yeah, that’s it. Stay tuned! More fun thoughts to come!
I have decided to put together a series of blogs ported directly from my MySpace blog. I will post them completely unabridged, which preserves the younger author’s style word for word. I wouldn’t dare edit them. The person who wrote those blogs was a younger and more enthusiastic version of me. (This also means that some of the old links included in the blog will not work, but I hope you’ll still find pleasure in the words.) With any luck, the readers on WordPress will enjoy the radical (if not nonsensical) ideas I came up with when I was a developing high-schooler. I know I will!
You’ll see a new (old) post from my MySpace everyday starting today until I have run out of blogs.