|I will put something here.... someday.|
|This is a collection of various favorites from all over the world of random and hopefully can give someone some art but above all they inspire me in some way. Even though I at some time intend to create art, I consider the vast collection of favorites in the combination they are in an expression of art. I do not enccisarily recoment that people try some of the things in this gallery but they are not the less elegant in their own way. To say I adore some of the themes in my favorites is an emense understament as they represent a depth of meaning that's hard to describe, favorites are as much a create as anything. I put them on different websites thetemporalcontinuum713.tumblr… . Some of the people that inspire me are, are friends or people that I cantact on a regular basis linked here. This is my name in Gallifreyan thetemporalcontinuum713.tumblr…|
I try and be fair with my critiques but I would be lying if I said I din't have a certain vision for Sci-Fi or general photography in mind. Most of the critiques will be neutral to do with the deviation it's self but some will have how well they meet my personal style of what that type of creation should look like. I love to give my opinion and exchange conversation. Let me know if you need something I can critique. Random sites for large numbers. googology.wikia.com/wiki/Godga…
I reiterate through all this that one of my biggest regrets is that I did not take enough risks.
One common misconception is that neutron stars are like a giant atomic nucleus. In reality the reason why they are called NEUTRON stars because almost all the remaining electrons and protons have been crushed together into neutrons. Even the remnants of atoms in it's out crust converse into iron, which is the most balanced element. So you have a crushing on at least 2 axis. A convergence of elements along the axis of The Periodic Table towards iron and a convergence of subatomic particles into neutrons. Hypothetical quark stars continue this. The up and dawn quarks converge into a new type of quark; The Strange Quark. What you see with collapsars is not just a particle convergence on one exist but many peripheral convergences on side axis. Whether it's to do with expansion or contraction one thing you have to prepare for in the world of physics or just life in general is a multidimensional collapse and for even the number of axis to collapses or expands in tandem with the general collapse or expansion that is taking place.
There isn't really a true way to quantify how much a belief changes in a regular interval of time or to really rate years but this past year by beliefs have changed and evolved more than in any previous year I can recall and indeed more than the past several years put together. I have been on an upward trend for most of a decade (one that I am sure will continue for at least a few years after I turn 30) where I experience more development as a eprosn in gernal, bleeding trhouhg my tlanets than I have in all the previous years or the previous couple of years conbined.
People often try to prject, including myself whether or not they are old enough for something. I have encountered many differeing opnions. I have reached the age now though that whether or not it is too late or early for something I am old enough to try. I have stopped worrying about whether I am old enough to dos oemthing or not. Even if I was much younger I have reached to point I realizing it really doesn't matter whether you are old enough or not. Barring anything related to aging or becoming president or something, I am celarely old enough to do anything both crhnologically and emotionally. I am calrelys till young even by my own apst extmations of the age 30 but I avhe realized for a while that it simply doesn't matter anymore.
The enxus or epak of my patience may have been around age 27 or 28 but although as a mature person I should always be held to a certain decorum of patience I am thankfully becoming less patient of things I should not be. But thema gian me praising my eprosnalty change may be a lot like how when The Doctor regernates he rpaises his eprosnalty changes in relation to past eprosnalty states. But I have actually rpayed for elss patience in arease that would hold me back.
One thing that I can't stop realizing is you should never be proud of a change in believe but you should enver look at that change with the stoicism of a naturalist.
People say you think you know more when you are younger and although the general trend holds for me I have found as I get older I think I know all there is to know about my previous self. But I am proven more beautifully wrong than simply discovering something new with age.
I would say that among the best simple advices I could give is when you get the slightest vibe, leave well enough alone but I should leave that phrase alone by not acting like I have mastered it.
Even as I wright this I am masochistically trying to summon all my virtual regret in finishing this journal before I am satisfied as fuel to add more stuff. As with life in general I have tried to imagine outcomes where I did not accomplish something to my satisfaction and sue that mental regret over a possible situation to motivate me to exceed my satisfactorial expectations for goals.
I have made it a future goal to transform as much of my ambient pessimism, sinicism and resentment into rational skepticism.
One of the best phrases I have heard from movies this year, a phrase I am still learning the full meaning of which and from a movie that was made before I was born is "Fear is the mind killer."
I have long since reached the stage in my life where I have to literally invent a new proverbial saying on the spot to apply to any given moment. Usual memes of wisdom simply don't apply anymore and seldom will.
Cancer is obviously one of the most common killers in the world and it is the direct product of cells that don't know when to die. Afterall, although aging it's self eventually leads to death senescence within the body is done so that bad cells don't divide out of control and take over surrounding tissues. This is even more true in nonbiological areas of life. I am learning that although there is a finite learning curve of adjustment when you lose something, you must be willing to let go in a graceful enough fashion. It isn't a linear exchange. If you fail to let go at the proper time them you will actually lose many times more or exponentially more than you would have originally had to let go. It's this transnotational property of letting go of things, opportunities, ambitions that forces the receptive and mature to expand into the real world of spiritual commerce. And to be able to adjust properly you need to have the wisdom the forecast decently in advance when something needs to be let go of. When mastered properly you never really let go of anything. The problem is I have never known anyone who ahs mastered this, or else it wouldn't really be letting go. To supplement this and make it even more complicated not only to do try to grow up too fast and acquire new skills too quickly but the more intellectual among us even try to let go of things too quickly. Going back to the cancer analogy our bodied are supposed to get ride of caner and replace cells unconsciously in a way we can't detect. Development is best evolved through and not naively engineered. The point at which you psychologically stop trying to grow up too fast or let go or even hold on to things too much could be considered one of the elements of one's prime.
Going by the current 80 year average the average human lifespan would have the average person's prime be just under or about 30. Because I believe on owning every life stage I would have to say I am somewhere in my prime but this occurred to me. My generation, given how old I am now and given the rate of life extension is virtually guaranteed to live until their early 90s. As someone who tries to take care of themselves reasonably well and considering that Americans experience a slightly higher lifespan than the world average my projected lifespan could be at least a few years higher. That would put my prime in at least my early 30s. I don't want to be obtuse in the protections though, so I will still say it would be short of 40. But we already have people alive today that are well into their 130s. What if my lifespan is destined to be a competitor to these? I am not brave enough to imagine that far just like I don't want to be so brave that I outwardly manifest what an old soul I am but I want every ounce of courage to face my mortality that I can find.
Just putting this journal together has practically put me into an early grave, one that I try to enter whenever trying to find wisdom.
I don't want to get too morbid when I comes to death. Afterall I am poabably less than a third of the way through my projected lifespan and I have spend most of this 1/3 developing and I will spend an even greater proportion of the remainder of my life on functional health if God wills it. However it's a little known biological act that organism like us are not programmed to die. We have no set lifespans. our bodies literally don't know how to die genetically. Death, at least in the senescitory since comes from the aggregate of wear and tear from a lifetime of use, lack of perfect nutrition and toxins. Like our bodies not being designed to die one thing that I wish all people, especially younger than me would realize is that our minds and situations don't have a definite limit on their ability to suffer. Though sometimes no fault of our own or through dumb decisions we make we can suffer almost infinitely. I guess almost infinite pleasure is possible in this life too but one thing I have learned is a single decision, not matter how half-hearted or quarter-hearted, matters. Although I will never completely discount how short life can be I have been told my old people so much about how short life is, or how you should plan for something years in advance, even how X age will be here before you know it. What I have learned almost entirely though, especially the older I get is that your life can change in the blink of an eye. Some things take a long time but for some reason I have been slate to experience the short scale of things and how powerful an instantaneous decision it can me not just in lasting effects but even if the effects are equally as temporarily the sensations they immerse one in will feel like an eternity. Life is a collection of micro-eternities, the smaller of which last longer. Never forget that your life can change on the smallest moment.
A recurring phobia I have is that I am the best I will ever be.... at almost anything. This does not really stem from narcissism but rather the opposite. I want to be humble enough to think that whatever I have achieved up to this point is less than what even I am capable of. There is an epistemological crisis that happens whenever someone reaches the edge of their own universe, whatever that edge might be. being better or worse than other people is still not being at the edge but to think you have crossed your own edge is awkward.
My memories are a me that knew differently.
One lesson I have already learned is to not spend the next few years of your life trying to make up for all your past regrets.
One concept that hit be recently is the difference between fault and responsibility.
The more common sense I gain, even by a tiny bit and I become fundamentally intolerant when I see other people not using that level of common sense even if I just gained that bit myself. I have a weakness of raising the bar when a gain even a trace of common sense I did not have before. That is something I will have to combat.
I won't be having any more milestone birthdays for a while though.
It's like the more I try to prepare for something the more the situation develops need to be prepared for.
The sum total of what I have experienced in my life on this journey so far tells me that I am truly climaxing at trying my best to be best, most interesting, wisest and most importantly the most understanding me I can be and I will leave it at that.
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Likes: Novel thinkers, getting done what I came to a place for, summertime rainstorms, rational thinking, travel, eating.
Dislikes: Wasting time, dealing with irrational people, unreasonable expectations.
Current Residence: Hendersonville, Tennessee
People who inspire you: Jesus Christ, Winston Churchill, Glenn Beck, Marcus du Satouy, David Tennant, Brian Cox, Ravi Zacharias, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Robert Downey Jr., Michio Kaku, Jim al-Khallili, John Hagee, Russel T. Davis, Carl Sagan, Joseph Prince, Stephen Moffat, David Mitchell, Benidict Cumberbatch, Jeffery Combs, Martin Freeman, Jeffery Marcy.
Favourite genre of music: Christain, rock, alternative, pop, indie, emo and metal
Favourite photographer: I can't think of just one but more than 90% are on here.
Favourite style of art: Astrophysical, Native American, Egyptian, Victorian
MP3 player of choice: Whatever I can find
Skin of choice: Mine
Favourite cartoon character: Superman
Personal Quote: The people who have it the easiest are those who have suffered and have grown from it.
Favorite Stores: Yankee Candle, Barns and Noble, Bass Pro Shopps, The Home Depot, Dollar General, Micheal's, Books-a-Million, Hot Topic.
Favorite Restaraunts: Sonic, Krystal, Burger King, Cpt D's, Chick-fil-a, Cici's Pizza, Subway, Baskin Robin's, Shoney's, t.g.i. Fridays.
Favorite Sports: Swimming, Waterskiing, Ice-skating, Hang Gliding, Jet Skiing and Hourseback Riding.