Tuesday, 27 December 2011


Yes, this post needs a question mark.


Not to insult creationists or anything, but really, it's kind of hard to take you seriously when this is the kind of crap you're trying to argue with.

Monday, 26 December 2011

Merry Boxing Day

Here's an insanely stupid webpage. I'm currently planning a practical joke on the person who created it, or rather their contact info.


"I see what you're trying to do, but I think if you want to make up for the meat someone doesn't eat, one should eat twice as much one would normally, provided one consumes an average amount of meat. In addition, I think that if you spend all this time complaining about vegetarianism, these people who are good enough friends with you to agree to be taken out to dinner, won't be your friends much longer. However, based on the rest of your webpage, I think that losing friends is your primary goal as a human being."

With any luck, my message will get on the hate mail page.

EDIT: On second thought, maybe not.
EDIT THE SECOND: Why would I even want to do that? I mean, it'll just make me look dumb, which I'm not, and I think he gets enough hate mail as it is.

Thursday, 22 December 2011

Snow! Finally!

Well, not any real snow, but over at youtube, there's a very exciting virtual snowfall. Take a look:

Anyway, yep. If you haven't seen it yet, it's on display on channels and videos and stuff. I'm not aware of the specifics, but it can be seen! And by the way, I'm not putting in a link for youtube, because if you need the url for youtube, maybe you shouldn't be allowed to use the internet...

Anyway, on that note, I have one thing to say:

Monday, 19 December 2011

How To Play Riven On Mac OSX

I apologize in advance if I've accidentally already made a post like this one.

If you're a Myst-loving Mac user like me, you'll be very frustrated that you can't play most of the Myst games on modern Macs. When it comes to Riven, unless you're willing to wait for realRiven (StarryExpanse.com), there's only one option:

Thanks to the work of a few dedicated individuals, there is now a simple application which allows you to insert your Riven disc(s), and it then installs it so you can play it any time. It's very good, it works with Lion, Snow Leopard, Things, Stuff.
Anyway. So I tried installing it a few months ago, but, much to my dismay, when it finished processing all the discs, the files would self-destruct without warning. So I thought, well, I'll just copy the files over manually. It can't be that hard. I did so, and it was able to play. However, I hit yet another roadblock. Whenever it got to the point where my five-disc version would ask you to insert disc 1, the game crashed. So I decided, arr, the loot belongs to us, matey! In other words, I gave up and pirated the DVD version. It was so much easier. I have no idea why I didn't just do that in the first place. From there, I did the automatic install, and it worked perfectly. Summary: don't use CDs. Use the internet.
Anyway, I'd recommend this method for anyone who doesn't want to spend time looking for their disc(s), trying to get the formatting right or whatever you might have to do. Or, if you have a MacBook Air like me, or any other computer lacking an optical drive, do it as well! So, here are the necessary links:

Riven X:

Click me!

Riven DVD Edition Torrent:


And, if you've been in a coma for the past 10 years:

Shame on you! (just kidding)

Friday, 16 December 2011

Hovenbeet Strikes Again!

I'm on a weekend trip to Toronto right now. Tonight, I went to a restaurant known as "Alice Fazooli's". They had a piece of artwork on display called "Simple Twist Of Fate". They had a little comment book thing, so see if you can figure out which one I wrote:

Anyway, yeah. Silly me. And if you're so interested, here's the actual picture. If you look at the label, it's going for $600, which is quite the bargain in my opinion, so I wonder how she even makes a living, unless she makes one painting every two weeks, right? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! Um, anyway. Here's the picture:

So, moving on to other stuff. In a few of my posts, I've mentioned, SOPA, or, the Stop Online Piracy Act.  Anyway, as I've said, I do not feel like explaining why it's so bad (it's not because I'm cheap. 'cause I'm not.), so just read their latest email newsletter madoo:


Holy moly.  We did it -- at least for now.  The House Judiciary Committee looked certain to vote for the Stop Online Piracy Act today.
Instead, because of the work of so many rank-and-file Internet users, the bill's lead sponsor acknowledged that our concerns are legitimate, and adjourned the committee without holding a vote!
Of course, there's always more to be done.  Will you shoot a quick email to Harry Reid to tell him to stop pushing the Senate version of the bill?  He's threatening to call a vote in January.
Here's Wired's take on what went down:
The House Judiciary Committee considering whether to send the Stop Online Piracy Act to the House floor abruptly adjourned Friday with no new vote date set – a surprise given that the bill looked certain to pass out of committee today.
It's amazing work: Politicians are, for the first time, having to contend with the Internet as a political force -- and we might actually win.  
But now we need to focus attention back on the Senate, where Marjority Leader Harry Reid says the PROTECT IP Act will be the first bill he calls for a vote next year.
Will you let him and your Senators know that they need to stop pushing this legislation?  It's an election year, and they don't want to do any heavy lifting.  Pushing hard now could get them to back down altogether.
Keep up the great work.
-Demand Progress
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THE END (not really)

Also, I want a ferrofluid. So much.


Sunday, 11 December 2011


Here's a little treat:

The very first MEUSM Thing is in the possession of Hovenbeet, and has been even before the Big Bang. How this MEUSM Thing was created is currently unknown, even to Hovenbeet. However, it fell out of the sky on the Bag, so it is believed to be the physical manifestation of a machine made by an omnipotent, multi-dimensional race of gods. A few minutes before the Big Bang blinked into existence, Hovenbeet was trying to figure out how MEUSM Things worked. Meanwhile, SteveMig, who still lived with Hovenbeet for a lack of his own Space Organ, was sneaking around the Great Space Organ playing the bagpipes. Suddenly, he burst into the room Hovenbeet was in, and began playing the Bagpipes very loudly, in his young foolishness. This caused Hovenbeet to get a nasty start, and he thus flung the MEUSM Thing he had been fiddling with to go flying into the air. It then bounced off the ceiling, and headed back for Hovenbeet's head, which it bounced off. It then was propelled across the room and landed inside SteveMig's Bagpipe. Since MEUSM Things respond to physical violence and abuse, one can imagine what this might do. It created the Big Bang, and also created 36 more MEUSM Things, which may be the significance of the number 37.

That's just an excerpt from the in-production Beethovenist Bible.

300 views! Yay! Bye for now!

Saturday, 10 December 2011

D'ni Font

So as many of you people who may or may not be reading this on a regular basis or just happened to stumble upon my blog...
Um, anyway.
I am a large fan of the Myst series of video games, and also the culture they revolve around known as the D'ni.
The D'ni were a very sophisticated race, and Cyan Worlds has done a very good job at making that sophistication show through. They've thought through every aspect of their race. In fact, one amazing person known as Richard A. Watson, employed at Cyan, has made a language and unique lettering system. As a result, it is inevitable that a fancy font would arise, and therefore it is inevitable that I would have have that font. Here's a sample of it:
As you can see, if you looked at the large version, the detail is very high, and I wasn't anywhere near being zoomed in all the way. Anyway, that being said, you can download the font here:

You can search pi here:

Um, yeah, that's just a random thing. I don't have a good reason for including it.

Now, if you haven't noticed, I've altered the look of my blog slightly. It now uses Times New Roman as a font in some places, because I believe it is serious looking enough to make it look like things should be taken seriously, or at at least important, but not so intimidating that it gives my blog that scary, high-tech internet look, which abides by my philosophy of the internet which is that it should be for everyone and not just technology people who don't feel intimidated by this whole "internet" thing. [ALERT ALERT MELODRAMATIC SENTENCE AHEAD] As a technology person who doesn't feel intimidated by this whole "internet" thing, and, as it probably evident by now, is obsessed with detail, I feel that this change of font is a good deed for humanity.

Did you know that the internet was originally developed by a team led by some guy called Tim Berners-Lee? Queen Elizabeth II decided to knight him for some reason. But really, Tim's just this guy, you know? Anyway, I feel way more comfortable with the internet (not that I ever wasn't) now that I know who the people were behind it. And actually, something cool, there was an original webpage for the internet, explaining what the project was about.


Thursday, 8 December 2011

What the heck?!

So I've been looking through a lot of my traffic sources lately. The top one is this:
And I've had another top one that is like that, but it's called "mobile money machines" and uses a "backdoor" of the internet to get you money. I'm pretty sure these things are just a stupid scam, but why SO MANY WEBSITES?! And how did people get redirected here anyway? RRRGH! I hate when I can't figure stuff out.

Anyway, another thing I wanted to talk to talk about is that THE COVER FOR THE BEETHOVENIST BIBLE MIGHT BE DIFFERENT THAN I POSTED! OH MY HOVENBEET! Anyway, so yeah, it's probably just going to say "MIG", or be like the one now, but have something completely irrelevant in the background. So, yes, that's all for today. The Beethovenist Bible is still in progress, and might be coming out sooner, but probably later.

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Infinite Screen Sharing

You know when you have two mirrors directly opposite each other, making an infinite display of whatever's around the edges? Well, today I did just that, but the technology way.
First, I went on to my computer, and shared the screen of another computer. I then shared the screen of My computer with THAT computer. Since each computer is staring at the other's screen, over and over and over, you get an infinite loop. I now present, infinite screen sharing, from the other computer's perspective:

So, yes. If you have two compatible computers with screen sharing enabled, you can try this any time. It won't harm your computer in any way; it's just a cool trick you can do.

Wednesday, 30 November 2011


Okay, so the top image is okay for the time being. It's a picture I took of some glowey sticks.


Basically, me and my friend are starting to kick around a few ideas for the Beethovenist Bible. We've already got a plan of how it will work, and will probably start writing in a few days. So for now, I present to you, a simple idea for what the cover will look like:

Yep, so that's that. In the world of technology, apparently "they" are coming out with a version of LEDs for lamps that's supposed to last something like 25 years. Do you have any idea how long that is?! If you get one as a teenager, your kids (if you buy any) will be able to buy some! So do yourself a favor, and BUY SOME! So, yes. Amazing new technology. You can read more about it here:
And if you're impatient for the Beethovenist Bible to come out, there's lots of info here:
And I'll see you soon.

Monday, 28 November 2011


I apologize for the bobideousness of the current top image. I'm trying to fix it, just wait.

Sunday, 27 November 2011

The Meaning Of Life

The meaning of life is iPads. Go away.

In other news, I've recently made a video parody of Disney Blu-Ray ads. I will include this video at the end of the post, as it is very entertaining.

In the world of Beethovenism, Beethovenists finally have a symbol! Sure, it's more complex than a cross, as christians have, but I personally think it's a lot better, which is kind of funny because I just whipped it up in under five minutes. It can be found on the Kikiwa theorem wiki, and I will also include an image at the end of this post.

In my next post, I'm going to be talking about something very exciting and important, so stay tuned for updates. Anyway, yeah. Thanks for reading this post, and here's your stuff:

The Kikiwa Theorem Wiki

Introducing Disney Blu-Ray:

The Beethovenist Symbol:

And I shall see you soon.

Saturday, 19 November 2011

Dear Cyclists, I Don't Like You Anymore

Today I went for a bike ride in central park with some people with whom I am affiliated. It's pretty nice; a nice big place, and seeing buildings in the background makes it both ironic and serene. But you know those hardcore cyclists, who are always wearing jerseys and these fancy bikes even though all they really do is ride around in parks? Well, these people demonstrated to me today that they are near-sighted jerks. First, a person I know known as Person A tried to ride across the road. Just then, this moronic cyclist who obviously saw Person A didn't stop, or, like, go around them, they decided to yell, "watch it watch it watch it WATCH IT", obviously expecting Person A to reverse time or something. At the last moment I guess they remembered they can turn, so they did, but as they continued on, they decided to shout, "HOLY SHIT!", for whatever reason. I mean, how can you possibly be so dumb?! I mean, there were young kids there, literally toddlers, and parents can thank him if they start saying "shit" around the house. And I might be able to forgive these people if it had been just the one. But it wasn't. Shortly afterwards, a completely different cyclist got cut off by a small child with whom I am also affiliated. When this happened, he proceeded to yell at the child (Person B), even though they were obviously close to tears, had a poor bike and was clearly inexperienced and uncomfortable. I mean, sure, it was a stupid move on Person B's part, but how can he possibly think he's so important that he can just make whatever little girl cry that he wants? This has demonstrated to me that cyclists are usually these ignorant jerks who think that just because they have a fancy shirt and an ostentatious bike, they can just do whatever they want. And these instances aren't the sole foundation of my opinion; it's more like the last straw. I can't count the number of times I've been in a car, going 20 km/h in an 80 zone because there were cyclists cutting the car off even though it's obviously there, it's perfectly easy to go single file and it's a no-passing zone. They just don't care. And that is why I am announcing, CYCLISTS, I DON'T LIKE YOU! I'm sure that not every showoff-y cyclist has the aura of a stereotypical ignorant American, I still hold that they're mostly total jerks.

Wow, I'm probably going to end up insulting a lot of people with this post...

Friday, 18 November 2011

A Thing

Here's a script for a video I might make, because I'm strange like that.

You know who I am.
Indeed, my purpose here is probably quite clear.
And I guess what's off the screen is validated because I can see it.
Fluctuations in quantum space, I guess.
It's where something that's been observed, changes.
Without shifting realities.
Anyway, what I wanted to talk about is the big problem here.
There's a man on the loose who would kill you on sight.
You can't escape him; he has the fastest mode of transportation in existence.
The secret subway.
Actually- no, steve still uses physical thrusters. You can't beat material reconstruction.
Kind of like teleportation, but it's different.
Yeah, I guess, teleportation's impossible.
The space organ uses vibration to calibrate the internal workings of string theory.
There's more than one Walker Man.
They are ageless. They are alive forever, and they're dead forever.
See, that's it. I need people to validate it. Like- here. Here's the script I'm reading off of. Here's a little dalek made of plastiscene. It does a good job of exterminating bugs.
Anyway, Kikiwa. You have to get past the elephant. What's difficult about the elephant is that it has a really, really really long trunk.
And his children. And his hideous wife.
Once you're past them, find the brick. It's somewhere. It's like, you know horcruxes? From harry potter, yeah. He's put his being into that brick. Find the brick. Destroy it. I don't care. The world's in trouble, and someone has to stabilize reality.
No, his security system isn't great. He isn't smart.
He can change his look. You can tell it's him because he reeks of nitroglycerin.
He can change his look. The police can't find him.
Glory days or oppression days?

Sunday, 13 November 2011


As of yesterday, my blog has received 205 views from all over the world! And, the rate of views per month is increasing, but I appreciate it if you share this blog, comment, or any such things! Anyway, thank you to all the people who have read my posts, and... um... yeah.

Friday, 11 November 2011


Hello. I realize it's been a while since I've posted, and one reason for that is that I have a computer anew. But enough about that. Since it's what I often do, I'm just going to talk about some random application or game that I like. And today, it has nothing to do Myst or Riven!

So, about this game. It's a point and click style adventure about this robot thingy. You must save your friend who is also the opposite gender, because apparently robots still have sexual attraction. Anyway, the whole thing is hand-drawn, and it solves a lot of the annoyances of other point and click games such as King's Quest. To name a few, you can't make the game unwinnable, and the implausible holding enormous amounts of stuff in your pockets theory is fixed by the robot eating everything, because apparently he's hollow. It also has a lot of neat ambient music, and the puzzles are usually not arbitrary. However, there are certain times that it seems like they put in a puzzle just for the sake of having a puzzle, unlike Riven where the team spent months trying to make everything seem real. That's not to say I don't like this game. It is a good game, but I'm afraid I still don't like it as much as the Myst series. Although Myst 5 wasn't that great. Anyway, yeah. It is a good game. If you're interested, you can play a demo or buy the full version here:

Sunday, 30 October 2011

You Know What I Hate?! #2

When people use abbreviations such as "lol" in everyday speech. It is so dumb! I mean, one can sort of see why they might do it while text chatting, e.g. lazy at typing, but when you're actually talking?! There is absolutely no good reason to do such a thing, even being lazy at speech! I mean, wouldn't you say it's actually harder to say "lol" than to just say, "ha!"? And if you want to go to all the trouble of saying something with that many syllables, why not just say, "that's funny", and make yourself seem intelligible!

In other news, I just found out that my blog has had at least 150 views from around the world! Hooray!
In particular, views seem to have skyrocketed in September and October, which is very odd, since I don't think I've changed anything except maybe posted a bit more. But to those who are new here: Comment! Subscribe! Do something to let me know you're not a robot! Or if you are, by some odd coincidence, a robot, let me know!

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Me And Google

Wow, this is going to be a stupid post.
Sometimes people do these things sometimes called "vanity searches", where you search your name or something of the like in Google. It seems to have grown quite popular, because some people seem to have made a little device which is essentially an advanced vanity search tool:
It's rather hokey in practice, but for those who are very bored, it can be... amusing, at best.
Anyway, this is straying from the original reason I decided to write this post. So, vanity searches. They're very popular. Almost everybody has done it.
Actually, I'd be interested to know how many of 3,000,000,000 Google searches that happen in a day are vanity searches.
(want to know how I knew that? www.worldometers.info)
So, there are a LOT of vanity searches. I know that. But, getting closer and closer to the point, since this is MY blog, and MY post, you might be thinking, "when is Alex going to tell us about his vanity searches?". Well, I'm glad you asked...
So, yes. This is what you get if you search my name. The first one is indeed me, and that image is exactly what I look like. The second one, Evan Alexander MacTavish, is some weird creepy guy who likes to drink jello. No, just kidding. I have no idea who he is. If he is you, comment!
Alexander William MacTavish is this stupid kid who isn't as good as me. No, just kidding. If he is you, comment!
Now, the last one. How very very intriguing. It's one of these ridiculous self-indulgent wiki answers things which you never want to see. "But Alex", you say, "surely you didn't write that! You're far too awesome for such idiocy!". Well, dear reader, did I write that? Am I responsible for that thing on wiki answers?


Saturday, 15 October 2011

Ubuntu 11.10

Last night, I upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10, and I've been using it for a while so I thought I'd write a little review about it.
First off, it uses a new "Unity 3d" interface, which is based on the "Unity" interface which, I believe, was originally introduced for Ubuntu Netbook edition but was slightly changed when it was merged with Ubuntu 11.04 Desktop Edition.
One of the main features of Unity and Unity 3d is the side panel thing. It is very similar to the dock on OSX, and generally serves exactly the same purpose:
Basically the main center for doing general stuff is the Dash Home. The Dash home essentially serves as hybrid between a search engine and a control center. Rather than try to explain how it works, I'll show you a few images:
As with the previous version, you can switch between windowed and full screen mode, but unlike the previous version it stays that way, and you can change it as much as you like.
In addition to the new size changing things, rather than several different dash homes, they're all morphed into one thing with different menus. You've seen the Main Menu, Applications, now Documents:
And , Music. I think this is really useful, because right from the Dash Home, you search and browse your entire music collection:
There are many other cool features that I'm not going to go into in great detail, but among them, there is a new on/off menu symbol, which is a cross between the on/off symbol and the settings gear symbol, a little pop sound which plays when you change the volume (finally!), and a cool new lock screen and home screen.

Included in this version is a new workspace switcher, which is slightly different from the previous one, but still pretty neat:
(for some reason my screenshot program screwed up and got its dialog box in the picture)
As shown above, if you click on an application with more than one window open, it shows you all the windows that program has open.
Also, the Ubuntu software center has a new look and a new logo.
I'm not sure if these have anything new or not, but take a look at the music player and photo manager:

And lastly, if you're wondering how it manages the closing/minimizing/enlarging options, you just roll over the top bar and see what happens:
So, in conclusion:
This is a great Operating System with a great interface. The previous version was very good as well, but this version also fixes many speed issues and glitches. I give this five out of five.

EDIT: I have also noticed as of posting this that the icons in the sidebar have loading bars if stuff is loading. And since it's completely free as always, go ahead and
Get Ubuntu now

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

You Know What I Hate?!

When people put tons of swearing in YouTube comments. Far too often you see people with RIDICULOUS usernames completely littering pages with profane spam:
I know this is probably just some stupid troll trying to get their account deleted, but I am SO TIRED of people doing this to youtube comments! People think it's so funny to put up ugly swearing-infused dung comments, all it does is annoys everybody who reads it and robs the spammer of their account.
Anyway, I've decided to make a little image to go against spamming. Check it out:
By the way, I intend to make several posts with the title 'You Know What I Hate?!', which, like this one, are just rants about stuff I hate. Be warned.

Sunday, 2 October 2011


Now here's a fun little Application.
OnyX not only lets you access hidden settings like changing the look and feel of the dock and using screensavers as your desktop wallpaper, it also has many functions which let you make your computer work better. Of course I only got it for the fun little settings (my computer works fine), but these can be very useful for general cleaning up, which you can use if you feel the need to. Anyway, here are some screenshots of my computer OnyXed:

In this image, I've changed the look of the dock to 2D with transparency effect, made the 'shell' screensaver my desktop background, and hidden the 'spotlight' icon.
I was going to do one that showed what you could do with the login screen, but I realized that you couldn't take screenshots unless you're logged in. So that's all you get.

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

More Uru

After installing Myst Online on Mac, I decided to extract the files using a program known as Riveal (warning: extremely glitchy!). This is a piece of software which, aside from OSX MO:UL (Myst Online: Uru Live), works quite well to extract the data files from all the games in the Myst Series, as well as BioShock and BioShock 2. Anyway, during my explorations in the extracted files, I came across an interesting song which I thought I'd attempt to post for no particular reason whatsoever. But, since I can't, I'll just tell you how to get it.
1. Get Myst Online.
2. Get Riveal.
3. Extract the MO:UL data.
4. In the folder "sfx", find a file known as "ahnySphere04-Amb01_Loop.
5. Open using a program which supports .ogg files (I'd reccomend using VLC.).

That's all for now.

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Myst Online: Uru Live Again On Mac

The following is how to get Uru Live working on Mac:
First, install XCode. You can download it here:
but I'd recommend getting it off the Snow Leopard disk (if you have it) because the download is extremely large and you have to have some useless membership-mig to do it at all.
After you've installed XCode, you should be able to properly run a program known as MacPorts.
You can download MacPorts here:
Once you've successfully downloaded and installed MacPorts, you should restart the computer. Afterwards, go to Applications, Utilities, Terminal. Type in the following line of code:
sudo port install mystonline-cider
It will give you a little warning about sudo (administrator privileges in terminal) and will ask for your password, depending on your settings. Once you've entered your password, terminal will start downloading the Uru Client.
Once it's done (sometimes it just pauses with no warning whatsoever, don't worry that it's failed) Uru Live should be in Applications, MacPorts, MystOnline (cider).app.
Open it, then it should start downloading the game itself (will pretend it's "updating").
This, for me, took several hours, but if you have broadband it shouldn't take much longer than half and hour to forty-five minutes. Once it's done, just enter your account information! (if you don't have one, just go to mystonline.com/play/)
It may take a few minutes "updating" once it's played the Cyan Intro video. Don't worry, this is normal. It isn't actually doing much of anything at this point.
After all that, it should work! Please note that the game suffers from occasional and serious lag, depending on the speed of your computer and internet. Don't worry. It usually goes away.
See you in the Cavern!
Thanks to TrapperDave, OptyMyst, and Night something for being in the photo.

The Hymenoptera Excitation

I came across a giant ichneumon the other day. Unfortunately, I cannot find the image, so I'll just tell you about them.
First, it stings you, which then paralyses most of that part of your body. Then, it lays its eggs in that bit of flesh, and the eggs hatch, the larvae eat away at you, then when they're ready, fly away. Watch out for wasps with long stingers.

EDIT: Has anyone else noticed that this post has no title?

Monday, 12 September 2011

More About Probability Waves

First of all, I would like to explain something. In some of my earlier posts I had several "random facts". I was trying to make a "puzzle" that people would solve by going through all the random facts and finding clues and stuff. But I've gotten rather bored with it (i.e. I keep forgetting to do it and am too lazy to go back and edit my posts), so I'm officially giving up. However, I am not throwing the idea away! You (my imaginary followers) can use my master list of random facts, try to solve it (it's not that hard) and use it in your own blog!

Smallpox was eradicated in 1979
Differences in colour of Labrador Retrievers is based on Pigment.
Yellow labs have little pigment, and cannot distribute it well.
Chocolate labs either have lots of pigment and cannot distribute it well or have little pigment and can distribute it well.
Black labs have lots of pigment and can distribute it extremely well.
Herge, author of Tintin, was from france but lived in england.
Tuvan throat singing does not involve holding your throat.
Amazon sells eBooks.
There's a kindle app for the iPad.
Tarzan used to be a book.
Tarzan's father died from a gorilla attack.
Richard A. Watson says Myst Island is bigger.
Rebecca Black's "Friday" stinks.
Bees cannot talk.
Bees do not smoke.
Jeff smith was wrong.
Horses should be afraid around James Cameron.
I am smarter than Justin Beiber.
"They say of the acropolis where the parthenon is" is not a funny video.
2 2 15 12 19 14 6 21 4 8 1 0 0 21 32 0 0 0 0 0 0
Puzzle, anyone?

So, yes. Now, that being said, let's get to the point of this post.

I said that I was going to further explain probability waves. Well, here's a good website that gives a pretty good explanation (it's at the fourth Q&A from the top):

But in order for that to make sense, you should read both of these:

And in order for that to make sense, you should read this thing as well:

And, probably this:

And, if you're still wondering what all this is about, these:

So, yes. I hope these are helpful.

Watch out for loud music gremlins. They'll try to fool your brains!

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Beethovenist Bible

I'm about to start work on the Beethovenist bible. For more info, go to kikiwa.wikia.com

EDIT: No I'm not. Please read something else.

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Probablilty waves

Probability waves are the quantum mechanics theory that, if an object hasn't been observed,  it can be several things at once. It if you think about it, it completely disproves the plot of back to the future. My theory is that in order for the plot to work, the "good" home he returned to would NOT be a changed reality but an alternate one. This means that his original family would never see him again, and since he was able to meet all his siblings, which means that there was another alternate marty whom he never met, and the one with the "good" home and eastwood ravine was probably vaporized by a flying teacup and nobody noticed.

I read about probability waves on a Q&A with Richard A. Watson:

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Resurrection Disproving

Dear whoever may read this (likely no-one):
I am not dead. I am doing just fine.
Right now I am thinking about probability waves. I'll tell you my results.

Random Fact #4:
Differences in colour of Labrador Retrievers is based on pigment.

Monday, 6 June 2011

The Tempest Aftermath

I wasn't actually there, but I'll try to explain it as best I can.

Saturday, June 4th: A stormy day.
     Two people decide to take a trip to market; perhaps get the stall set up, maybe buy some things. Though it was a little stormy, they weren't expecting this.
First. Large amounts of wind were taking place. Some guy said, "hey, is that a funnel cloud--" He was right. Tarpaulins were flying everywhere. A huge concrete lump was mercilessly terrorizing the city; pandemonium ensued. One woman was hit by some gark and was knocked unconscious. Someone else was hit in the head. Some electronics fell on the ground, and because of the rain the whole area was electrified.
     Meanwhile, I was at home, getting unusually fast internet, making a house in Google Sketchup and generally having a good time.
     At the Hospital: "Click, Hum."

Random Fact # 3:
Smallpox was eradicated in 1979

Friday, 3 June 2011

The Hymenoptera Agitation

I lie motionless on the couch.
I close my eyes.
I wait.
A very large bee is flying around the room at high speeds.
I quickly get up.
I walk to another room.
I sit down.
I am motionless.
A wasp flies around me at high speeds.
A pattern arises.

And thus, I go upstairs to my bedroom, the safe haven guarded by an inch-thick wooden door. And from there, I access the data reality of the internet, the alternate and equivalent universe. (Other Universe #1)
And from there, I write this blog entry. And now you get to read it.

Random Fact #2: