Thursday, April 30, 2009

Fluid water and the decisions made by gravity, recorded in carbon=Life.

Maybe all life and the primordial combinations of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon, depended upon the liquid environment because water in a liquid state is very deterministic with regard to gravity. That is, water makes decisions because it must respond to gravity. Each atom of a fluid responds well to gravity (there's a gravity well pun in there by chance), and nitrogen, carbon, life is then going to respond to water's inherent need to respond to gravity. Decisions are then being made on a huge scale simply by gravity. Life then, and the recording of information, is simply replication of gravitational choices recorded in the medium carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, to the point that those chemicals became self-aware enough to kneel and pray, that is, to get closer to the source of the gravity, or to pray toward the center of the earth, that is, our creator, gravity.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Been blogging at work

They've been letting me post some ideas at work. We have about 9k employees so it's kind of fun thinking there is a large audience reading these. I just put up the ideas when one strikes me. Such as "leave your spare tire at home to save gas". That sort of thing. We went down to Eugene over the weekend. The beer was delicious. It was nice to avoid all the stuff we should have been doing. Laundry and dishes tonight then.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Crowley Project - Filmed in Portland, OR - April 24, 09

Heard from the teller at Washington Mutual that the Crowley Project movie was filming in Alameda area of Portland today. We went exploring. They were filming at streets just 4 miles away in Northeast and we got there too late to see Keri Russell, Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser. We did see Keri Fraser and Brendan Harrison though... just kidding. It was a nice neighborhood, and the security guard was very professional but pleasant about us looki-loos. We handed out business cards for our Portland Movie Tours® business, see and we watched quite a while. I was fascinated, and Cori has been there done that since she worked in LA on LA Heat. I think she still enjoyed it and took a lot of photos. Here's a photo of a house they used.
By the way, check out if you have a novel or novel draft that you feel would adapt to a screenplay well. ~Nick

Swine Flu Fears - Swine Flu:Science or Science Fiction?

How often does the CDC and WHO use the phrase "Very Concerned". If you work with large animals, or birds, or your human... maybe this situation is something to be concerned about. Let's all take the precautions that are recommended. We can hope this goes away, but let's wash our hands, avoid contact with swine unnecessarily, and help our leaders in the health community put their efforts to work. - Sounding off from the OHSU community where I work, this is Hodagwriter, signing off for the weekend. Peace dudes. - DR 4/24/09

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