October Update

Bought a standard poodle puppy.  Bringing him home October 5, so October will be full of housebreaking, and FUN.



Hello, I was thinking of IBM's photos taken with a powerful microscope. Photos of atoms of metals mostly. I couldn't help but notice that the only empty space was where the nucleus seemed to either force into the Space Mesh or somehow is adhered to the Space Mesh. I think this makes sense. Forces change direction but adhesion would be variable in it's grip. Think of either Space Mesh as Velcro and atoms as Tennis Balls or Vice Versa, it doesnt matter. Actually I noticed the atoms weren't there they are implied by indentation in Space Mesh. Kinda cool. So the tennis balls are now invisible to high powered electron microscopes such as IBM's. Unless it was Sub-atomic, which it said it was, but how could that be? Maybe there are holes in the Space Mesh which reveal more and this is what is meant by Sub-atomic. I think the permeable nature of our universe would make sense. We live within a layer which wiggles through another layer of a layer ad nauseum.

March 28, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMark P McGrath

Interesting idea. Especially your last sentence, nice take on the new notion of a multiverse. JSL

July 20, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJulie Simon Lakehomer