Thursday, October 11, 2007
Seems like time in a linear fashion is simply going to stop existing.
Read this : http://arxivblog.com/?p=71
Yeah, something like that. I simply can't wait to see it happen.
Even if no one would be aware of the effects. LOL.
Sunday, June 10, 2007
Neighbors Stealing your Wireless Internet? - You really need to fuck around with them. Steal their Credit Card info using the proxy too, while you're at it.
Just moved? Need some lamps for your new place... check these out. The Abduction Lamp ( yeah, that's right ) and the Spine Lamp ( creepy! )
Are you a drunk? Make sure to check out the Optimum Drunkness chart. Might come in handy.
Do you need to buy a Suspicious Looking Device? Then look no further. Perfect for plane trips and whatnot.
Coffee with a little extra kick? Don't bloody mind if I do. Beware the methosaurus!
But beware, Too Much Coffee is never a good thing. Never.
We all get bored sometimes... but this bored? C'mon now. Even I don't have that amount of boredom. Or steel.
Why doesn't anyone want to play Sega with Harrison Ford?
Repent sinners. Repent!!! - Have yourself a little one to one with a digital god.
In case your paranoia has gotten the best of you, here's a bed made especially for you.
A little safe house... designed for dignitaries of the paranoid kind.
I am not a lobster. Need I say more?
And then, the kicker of the week... Fiendish Curiosities.
Have a good one folks. I know I will. :-D
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Ran across some more random humor that I thought I'd share with y'all.
Crazy Man's Bluetooth Headset - Yeah, this guy is almost as crazy as me.
Velociraptor Season? - That's right, it's time to get ready.
Want to have some fun?
And to top it all off, here's some pics to amuse everyone.
Monday, April 02, 2007
So I tend to spend a good part of my days cruising the internet... using the vast powers of StumbleUpon to enjoy randomness.
And here's a sample of the things that I've found that I thought may be interesting enough to share with everyone.
The coolest chair in the known world. Ever!
Some semi-depressing poetry?
Some computer humor to lighten your day...
Just some weird humor. Only a little odd.
Bread is Dangerous!
Horror Movie Fans... Zombies Don't Run
A Girl's Guide to Geek Guys - always a good thing...
The International Rules of Manhood
Cyanide and Happiness... these guys can't be beat
And this... this is just plain creepy
Quote of the day...
What difference is there between us, save a restless dream that follows my soul but fears to come near you?There ya go people. Another fun day... enjoy yourselves.
Monday, March 05, 2007
A ) You have to love experiments that only exist in theory or in thought... like Heisenberg's Microscope .
B ) Forms of space ( or non-space ) that exist only to define the mathematics of Quantum Theory, like Hilbert Space
Oy... my head's going to hurt something awful. But if I don't think about it, it won't exist.
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
So I'm just going to use this as a forum for all the wonderful and wacky stuff I find online. Or just other things of note. Today - one of my favorite paradoxes. Greg Bear based a book on this...
In the world of quantum mechanics, the laws of physics that are familiar from the everyday world no longer work. Instead, events are governed by probabilities. A radioactive atom, for example, might decay, emitting an electron, or it might not. It is possible to set up an experiment in such a way that there is a precise fifty-fifty chance that one of the atoms in a lump of radioactive material will decay in a certain time and that a detector will register the decay if it does happen. Schrödinger, as upset as Einstein about the implications of quantum theory, tried to show the absurdity of these implications by imagining such an experiment set up in a closed room, or box, which also contains a live cat and a phial of poison, so arranged that if the radioactive decay does occur then the poison container is broken and the cat dies. In the everyday world, there is a fifty-fifty chance that the cat will be killed, and without looking inside the box we can say, quite happily, that the cat inside is either dead or alive. But now we encounter the strangeness of the quantum world. According to the theory, neither of the two possibilities open to the radioactive material, and therefore to the cat, has any reality unless it is observed. The atomic decay has neither happened nor not happened, the cat has neither been killed nor not killed, until we look inside the box. Theorists who accept the pure version of quantum mechanics say that the cat exists in some indeterminate state, neither dead nor alive, until an observer looks into the box to see how things are getting on. Nothing is real unless it is observed.