First Month Blogging

Well I’ve made it through one month of blogging.  The readership isn’t great, but I’m hopeful that it will pick up.
If anyone besides me cares, here are some of the statistics.

First Entry: 9/3/2007 5:20:00 AM
Last Entry: 9/30/2007 4:55:00 AM
Blogging: 26 days
You have 1 blog subscriber.

General Entry Information
You have a total of 73 entries with a total word count of 6,389 words.
Entry Frequency
Entries per day: 2.70
Entries per week: 18.25
Entries per month: 73.00
Entries per year: 73.00

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Daily Article Views

Title Today
First Month Blogging 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The DNA Phantom Effect 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 9
More Syncronicity 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
Random Thoughts 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3
Convocation Events Recap 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Max of One Hundred Guns 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 6
Pineal Gland 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4
Monstrance 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
Read it, Do It 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Memories 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
Total 12 9 34 19 33 9 3 119

That last table is interesting and a pleasant surprise 8>{)  It tells me there are people reading my blog entries (which is good!) but they don’t leave comments or subscribe (not good).

So I’ll remind anyone who reads this, feel free to send comments.  I can take constructive criticism and if it’s too nasty, I just won’t post them.  Comments don’t get posted until I review them and approve.


The DNA Phantom Effect

Experiments have shown that human DNA can effect the photons of light.  Specifically, when DNA is introduced to a vacuum with photons in it, the photons change from an essentially random pattern to a wave-like pattern.
That was surprising enough, but what was even more surprising was that when the DNA was removed the photons did not resume a random distribution.  The scientists were forced to conclude that an unknown field had been activated by the DNA and remained active when the DNA was removed.  They called this hypothetical
energy field The “DNA Phantom Effect“.

So what does this tell us?  It tells us that we have a considerable effect on the physical world just by living here.  And an even greater effect when we make a conscious effort to do so.


Random Thoughts

I hope the Christian Preachers who laugh at New Age Crystal users don’t use computers because the CPU and the memory in a modern computer are just  very complex matrices of tiny crystals.   If a small clump of tiny man-made crystals can run computers, what can much larger and much more complex natural crystals do?

A “pitted fruit” is a fruit with a pit in it, but “pitted olives” means olives with the pits removed. So what does it mean if you ask “Is that pitted?”?

First we were told to stop using paper bags to save the forest, so we switched to plastic.  Now were being told to stop using environmentally harmful plastic and were switching to reusable canvas bags, so what will the next replacement be?  Steel buckets?

Christians who consider everything in the Bible to be literal truth with little allowance for allegory remind me of a strange cult in India that I read about several years ago.  This small cult considers a dead holy man there prophet and try to follow his teachings literally.  The holy man wrote that if men wanted to achieve spiritual enlightenment they would “have to become more like women”.  So the men in this cult, interpreting everything literally, castrate themselves with a ceremonial knife and dress in the clothes of a women prostitute.

If all the emails I’ve received informing me that I’ve won a lottery were real, I’d now own The Bahamas.

The only thing I ever successfully glue together with super/crazy glue is my fingers.

I’ve found the surest way to make grass grow is to:
 1) Give up trying and dig up the grass
 2) Plant flowers in place of the grass
 3) Fertilize with flower fertilizer
In two weeks the spot will be full of thick, green grass!