Bombay Llama

Bombay Llama

Llama named Bombay Llama

This is a photo of a llama. His name is “Bombay Llama” and he lives in eastern Washington. Bombay Llama has a lot on his mind right now; he is wondering where all of the other llamas are, as well as whether or not his friend from Bombay will be arriving.


Driving in Spokane, Dubai, and India

This is a brief paragraph about driving in Spokane and looking at they way cars drive in eastern Washington. If you compare driving in Spokane with Dubai-style driving, or travelling in a car in India, then you are in for a wonderful surprise. In both circumstances, automobiles are a means of transportation; to get from “point a” to “point b.” If you would like to cast your vote, please feel free to let us all know about what it’s like to drive in India, Dubai, or Spokane.


Parable of the Fastidious Sheep

Allow me to start off with a clarification: this parable is about a fastidious sheep (singular), not several sheep. One hundred and forty seven years ago, concentric rings of the green, stilted weed called “wand meadow,” surrounded a slow moving river. The river looked as if it was flowing upwards (some land formations lend themselves to optical illusion). A sheep was grazing. Passerby would comment on how the sheep was oblivious to all the people watching it doing it’s thing.

“Look, the sheep is grazing.”
“Wow, he looks happy.”
“The sheep is eating too much.”
“What a wonderful fastidious sheep.”

These were the comments people made as the walked down the riverbed. The sheep never once looked up.

Well, after several weeks, more and more people started to wonder why it looked like the river was flowing upward, so a scientist was called in. When she arrived, she commented to the townspeople how far she had to travel to look at this river. “It took me a long time to get here, and… oh, look, what an amazing sheep!” The townspeople said, “Yes, that is an amazing sheep. But we invited you here so that you can give us your opinion on the river.”

At that precise moment, the sheep fastidiously looked up and said, “Scientists don’t give opinions.”


Reach Out

Today, I thought I would reach out to my readers. Yes, REACH OUT. REACH………OUT!!!!!!!!!!!! What? What was that you say? “Reach out?”

What is all this “reach out” business that EVERYONE is saying nowadays. Who started it? And, more importantly, how did everyone, everywhere, in every business, every school, every shop, every city, and every state all of a sudden start using this HORRID expression? I’d like to “reach out” to all the linguists out there…. WHO started it? May I please banish you to an island, forever? (Then you can “reach out” all day long).

I had a convesation with someone the other day, I pointed out how everyone is using this awful phrase. It is sooooooo pretentious. Then, later that day, I got an email from someone that used the term “reach out,” and then later that day at a shop (um, I mean, “institution” or whatever shops are called nowadays), and I overheard a salesperson use REACH OUT three, yes, 3 times in a sentence!

If you’re “reaching out to me,” just hang up. I’m outta reach. Don’t reach out to me.


Many Students LOVE Booksintocash (Booksintocash.Com)

Lots of students sell their books at Searching for “booksintocash reviews” or “ reviews” the Better Business Bureau (“bbb rating”) gives Booksintocash.Com an A+ Rating with NO COMPLAINTS reported to them in the last three years! That is awesome! In my opinion any textbook sales company that buys textbooks from so many students having an A+ rating with no complaints certainly deserves an A Plus┬árating! Booksintocash pays by check when they buy books whether it’s a ten dollar sale or a sale of 250 dollars.

Booksintocash Reviews Ratings Booksintocash.Com

Illustration of Booksintocash Reviews Ratings Booksintocash.Com

Just letting you guys know that although book selling season is coming up, quite a few college students love to sell their new and used textbooks throughout the year whether they use online book buyback companies or bookstores that buy books.

UPDATE: Every person that has read this post about books has asked where exactly college students may try to be selling their books and used literature. Whether it is reading material, college bookstore media, or textbook sales, each and every student can see if their books can be bought on Booksintocash (click here: sell textbooks) and sold to a buyer from that site. Selling college books is an excellent idea when a student needs a bookbuyer to purchase their new and used university level books. For several years, bookshops, traders, and salespeople have expressed an interest in the buying, selling, and reading of books, textbooks, and reading material.


Fifteen Wheat Carousel Funnel

From time to time, we all count up to the number 15 (“fifteen”) and then our minds may go blank and we cannot ascertain what comes next! That is why it is sometimes handy to carry a numeric chart so that we may, as in this example, know that the number “16″ comes next. In that way, life is less like a carousel and more like a funnel! A funnel is wider at the top than it is at the bottom, hence the term “life is more like 15 funnels.” Look at the way a grain of wheat grows. It starts near the ground and progresses to a length approximately 15 inches above the ground where one can perceive a fifteen inch piece of wheat. Otherwise, a carousel-shaped length of wheat can give a person something to think about! Of all the different titles I have chosen to give to this post, I decided on using the word “wheat.” Corn, lettuce, or other plants may be of interest to those who like vegetables, especially when there are fifteen varieties of the same vegetable being studied. A perfect example using the fifteen wheat carousel funnel theory is when a funnel is used to direct a flow of energy, a nearby carousel may affect the flow using a lesser-known physics principle known as “reverse directed funneling flow,” which is a term assigned to a particular pattern of movement. Such movement can only be viewed using a movement meter. These meters can be easily built by a professional meter-building company, or by one who is thoroughly versed (and expert) in the creation of specific meters. When a lengthy fifteen foot process becomes manageable, then wheat, corn, and vegetarian plants are a simple way to create a vegetable byproduct. I always think of “fifteen wheat” and “carousel funnel” in the same linear fashion.


Curvature Without a Linear Vector

One latest discovery is that of finding two alternate locations, simultaneously, of a single inline linear vector. Existing between both locations is a single line, without a curve. However, from an exterior boundary of both alternate locations, an unusual curvature was measured. Until now, there has been no way of measuring any kind of curvature near the exterior vector space. The recent extrapolation and composition of particulate measurements only allows one conclusion: curvature may exist independent of alternate locations of vectors!

Although simpler methods of measurement exist, none will be as accurate as those used when doing particulate measurements. (How else can one find the aforementioned curvature?) Without digressing from the importance of such a discovery, any meaningful relationship between various vector spaces, or, extrapolation of linear measurements can only offer a circumstantial view of spatial positionings of inline linear vectors. A list of circumstantial views follows:

  • Lines with external space occupied by curves.
  • Linear boundaries without any curvature.
  • Space defined only by a curved boundary.
  • Space, undefined, without linear vectors or curves.

This list could go on and on. One may quickly realize that without any kind of spatial curvature, lines (and their linear vector-counterparts) may ultimately be random, and mixed.

Conclusion: careful, non-interpretive, and systematic positioning helps provide a system of measurement with the boundaries required to ascertain the distance between any kind of vector space when curvature is involved!


Emphasis On Orbital Polar and Linear Space

For the past few months, some study and effort may have gone into comparing orbital space and its trans-polar vectors. Many may be aware that space can occupy a plane; however, when orbital space occupies a non-polar plane, the mechanics of interaction may defer to one of the trans-polar vectors (usually the first or second one). Take, for example, the distance between the second and third vector. The measurement of the distance may be difficult to ascertain because orbital movement is constantly in motion. But once the measurement is made, this figure can be used to inversely calculate not only the width, but the vertical distance between the orbit and the vector. The following image may provide some clarity regarding these details.

non polar orbital space

non polar orbital space

What can be done with this information? Obviously, the initial measurements may not be of much use, but when one encounters a non-polar plane in conjunction with one or more vectors, the characteristics of such a plane can be compared with the details of this one! If an observer or an analyst creates an illustration based on the details of nearby orbital space and then compares it to the illustration, above, the results have the possibility of being overwhelmingly uncanny. Note the angle of the 3rd vector: it appears to be leaning towards the left. Actually, because the space occupied is in more than 8 dimensions, there is actually no leaning whatsoever. It is an illusion based on the perception of just two or three dimensions. That’s why this information is so interesting and important; it compares the normal dimensional perception with an enhanced “more-than-eight” dimensional model and shows the interrelationship between orbital space, vectors, and trans-polar modalities.


Ascension of Polygon Consciousness

What: ascension.
Consider two or more points in a parametric field. When one of the points ascends to a vertical plane, the remaining points remain below the fundamental horizontal plane of the ascended point. If a line is stretched between those two points, a vertical (or semi-vertical) vector is formed. The simple awareness of the points, the field, the plane, and the higher point brings about “polygon consciousness,” which can only be observed after the ascension of the original point.
Why: polygons.
The aforesaid parametric field can hold more than one point, if the sum of all the points is less than weight (in grams) of the entire field. When one point ascends, the other points carry an equally opposing weight to the first point in the field. Whether the parametric field is measurable or not is of no concern to the second or third points. Therefore, polygon consciousness can only ascend when more than one vector, point, or plane descends.
How: conscious awareness.
When a falling object causes a vertically moving vector to lift (ascend), the downward moving object causes at least four points to move outward in a simple parametric field. Being conscious of the falling object in relation to the vertical vector almost always results in the complex awareness of a.) higher points, b.) opposing weights, and c.) ever-developing concern over the future measurement of both upward and downward moving objects. In the following image, there is a downward moving object with its shadow moving upward.

polygon ascension consciousness

polygon ascenscion consciousness

Although it looks like a button, one may wish to consider it as a “point” with an infinite number of surface vectors. Next to the upward-moving shadow, the ascension of the larger object (illustrated by the red diamond-shaped polygon) is apparent because its shadow is rapidly accelerating downward. Obviously, the only reason this happens is because both objects exist in the same field of consciousness, of “polygon consciousness.” Variations of the movements may be discussed in the future.


Secondary Escalation of One Dimensional Vector

It is quite difficult to capture the primary escalation of a vector for use in an infinite detector diagram. However, capturing the secondary escalation of a one-dimensional vector is easy when considering parallel conformity.

secondary escalation of one dimensional vector

When escalation is observed (as in the photo, above), less doubt is left to the imagination. In the future, an announcement may be made if additional photos are forthcoming.