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Take a look in to the upper depths of the uncouncious,
As your try to go higher with your own reality,
As your mind starts to wonder, "how could this existence be?"
As you ponder your own mortality.
You get carried away with every hater,
As you wonder, "Isn't there a creator?"
You run these questions through your mind in fast forward and reverse,
As you wonder whether or not these questions have given you a great dilemma,
Or created your own curse!
You look outside at the city of corruption,
As you ponder waht has happened,
Along the course of your own mental abduction.
As you head deep within the confines of your interior ocean,
You wonder why you have a great megladon causing you great commotion.
As the core of your inner being begins to crystalize,
You feel like you can look through the Creator's eyes.
You ponder why you gave your girlfriend,
A beautiful diamond ring,
As your interior chour begins to sing.
As you look upon your girlfriend,
She is blonde like Goldilocks,
As you dive in to your own shadowbox.
As your world crumbles around you,
And it is very frightening,
You rise up to the eternal plane of lightning.
You rise up to that plane and are amazed,
As you look down from Heavens gaze.
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<< New text box >> Alice in Wonderland
There once was a little girl who lived in the shadows of her own mind.
Her tears existed through the galaxy and were not hard to find.
She had a great clock.
She counted the seconds as it wen't tick-tock.
Through the mire and through the clay,
She looked up at the sky and made her enemies all pay.
She said, "Oh if I could ever be transformed by the diamond of light."
she dreamt of always soaring to a new height..
She looked within herself and wondered why she no longer wished she was dead.
As she poured out her psychie in a big bed.
She glanced up at the sky and saw the puppet master who was pulling her strings,
As great signs and wonders were demonstrated every time she sings.
Then her mind began to sneak in to a deep pit,
As she saw within the pit all the spiders and rats inside,
The collective consciousness of the world made her want to run and hide.
She tried to solve the spiders curse,
As she was plunged in to the toilet of the universe.
She then wondered why she was able to prevent herself from going insane,
Because she had to much of an intelligent mind to maintain.
It was thrown at her from every direction,
Knives to alter her great complexion.
As she glanced in to outer space,
She wondered with great obsession,
How she was going to get grace from the 11th dimension.
Now, this may be hard to understand,
why she was transformed from a girl, to a boy, and then to a man,
She became the true Alice in Wonderland.
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The Poonsivey Prison Match
Join me, David Burr, and my co-host Poonsivey, in what I have desribed as the Poonsivey prison mach
debate forum. The following is a debate that I'm having with myself and a fictional character named
Poonsivey. In this debate we will hear from several fictional scientists and several real ones. The first two
scientists are Benjenstein and Hitchenheimer:
" I, Benjenstein, will attempt to prove that evolution is an unquestionable reality. Several physicists will
be assisting me. Two of these scientists are string theorists. There names are Brian Greene and Mejo Dekoko.
Stephen Hawking will be assisting me also. He is a bubble theorist. There is one more assistant physicist-
Mitchen Haumberg-who is a universe-multiverse theorist. I will be talking about biology and my assistants
will be talking only about physics. So let me present Brian Greene.
' I, Brian Greene, want to first point out to all of you that all the theories that we would like to point
out to you tonight are little more than brilliant mathematical constructs. There is little more than math to
substantiate each theory. Let us talk about the big bang theory. Now we know, because of the 60 Hertz
AC hum from the grid, that the big bang theory is the most provable one. The big bang theory says that at
approxiamtely 14,000,000,000 years ago matter collided with anti-matter and neutrinos to create this big
bang. That is a summary of big-bang theory. Stephen Hawking belives strongly in this, as well as another theory that we will cover later, known as bubble theory. But, I belive in a different theory, Let me start off by saying
that if you scale down to approximately ten to the minus 10th power you are down to the level of the
quantum world. If you go to ten to the minus 32nd you go to the level of the string. Now I would like to take
the time to explain the details of string theory. There are roughly four types of this theory:
(1) M theory. This holds that there are ten dimensions of space and one of time.
(2) regular string theory which states that there are nine dimensions of space and one of time
(3) super string and the DNA of reality theory. This theory is similar to the big-bang theory. Like the
big bang theory, this theory states that there are four dimensions-three of space and one of
space-time. But, it states that there were two parallel universes that collided.
(4) the bulk-space theory. States that the ten spatial dimensions are part of a larger bulk space
and, because of this, the dimensions are stacked miles apart from each other and that space
is billions of times larger than we had originally thought. But, even though the dimensions are
millions of miles apart, it amounts to only five or ten miles on our planet.
I I would also like to take you on a brief tour of the quantum world because quantum mechanics is very
important to string theory. First of all, when talking about quantum mechanics as well as all other theories
that are attached to it, you have got to start off simply and work your way to the complex. Keeping things
simple, I would first like to say that if you roll a ball down a bowl and it goes the hole at the middle that is a de-
monstration of the laws of motion. Then if you do two to or more balls at the level of the quantum world
that is a demonstration of quantum mechanics. Now if you do the same thing where no charge is conserved
it creates time-like particles in your theory. Time-like particles are similar to tacheon. Therefore your theory
of any kind is rendered mathematically useless.
Now, I would like to say that if you hold out your right hand and do a back flip that is a rotation about the
X axis. If you hold out your left hand and do a back flip that is a rotation about the Y axis. Then there is the
SO32 string. This string is meant to vibrate in 32 dimensions. Then you have closed strings and open strings. With
the closed strings, you have modes and nodes of vibration.
Now I would like to say something about M theory and regular stringn theory. M theory is just like regular
string theory except that it has one more dimension. Now with both forms of string theory you take Einsteins gravity
which is a replacement for the Newtonian laws of gravity. The Newtonian laws merely state that gravity is an invisible
force which pulls you to the ground. Einsteins laws state that gravity is a warping of the space time fabric. As you
all physics students know, gravity is the weakest of the forces.
Electromagnestism is the next force I want to introduce. This force was discovered by James Clark Maxwell. This
force easily overtakes gravity because it prevents us from falling in to the center of the earth.
Then, there is the strong nucelar force.This is the force that binds subatomic particles together. Then we have the
weak nuclear force which pulls subatomic particles apart. However, in a black hole, gravity overtakes all these other forces.
Now, there are parallel universes that are woven in to the fabric of this universe.'
I, Benjenstein, would like to say that approximately 4.5 billion yeaRS the earth and planets were formed. Sometime before
then there was a supernova at the edge of the solar system. Dust, gases, and rocks gather by gravitational attraction and
formed the sun and planets. Then,we have the earth. Now, the earth at that time was a pile of molten rock. It was constantly
being bombarded by asteroids. Somewhere in that time a planet named Thea collided with our planet. Dust and debris from the
earth went flying in to space and created our moon. Next, asteroids carrying ice hit our planet. The ice melted forming the bodies
of water that we see today. However, any theory states that volcanos spewed gas thus causing it to rain for millions of years.
Then, about 3.5 billion years ago, the first microscopic bacteria formed. This was microscopic algae.
Then the first photosynthesis took place. This microscopic algae elvod in to multi-celled creatures which led to sea creatures
then amphibians, then reptiles, and eventually to man."
Now I would like to present Hitchenheimer:
"I, Hitchenheimer, would like to say that the universe is far to complex, right down to the single celled organisms, for evolution.
You see, the way irreduceable complexity works, is you have a bacteria flugellum. If you remove just one of the pieces of this
flugellum, just like you if you remove one piece of a motor, it fails to operate. what Benjenstein fails to mention is you
need both DNA and RNA to have life. Amino acids just don't organize themselves in to proteins. Because of this irreduceable
complexity of singler celled organisms, life could not have evolved in to vast diversity of today. And you also have to consider
the gaps in the fossil records. Then you have to consider the Austin chalk. This chalk was formed by the global flood. Also the
wreckage of Noah's ark was found on Mt. Ararat. This does not mean that the entire planet was flooded, just the known world
back in Noah's time.
then you have the fact that space is still expanding. You see, time is relative throughout the universe, as Einstein proved.
You see, God streched out the space fabric. As he did this time was passing the same in deep space as on our planet. This proves
that the earth and deep space can not be as old as they say."
"Now I, Benjenstein, would like to interject. First of all, it takes billions of years for light to pass through the un-
iverse. Therefore the universe has to be billions of years old. Second, your argument for irreduceable complexity can be easily
shut down in one word: time. You see, when you factor in the passage of evolutionary time and you factor in the fact that if you
remove one part from the bacteria flugellum, you may not have a bacteria flugellum anymore. What you have instead, is the
bacteria thet caused the bubonic plague. It is the same way that if you remove one of the parts from a mousetrap it is no longer
a mousetrap-instead it is a tieclip. And don't get me started on the global flood myth. You are right that it could not have
have been global. Consider the logic of how an ark could rest on this mountain. This Mt. Ararat is surrounded by high land-
the sea would probably have to rise at least four thousand feet from its present level for an ark to rest there!"
Now, let me present Mitchen Haumberg:
"I, Mitchen Haumberg, have to say that the universe might have formed not as a result from a big bang but rather from hundreds
of universes. Our universe might have been one of the few universes with life formed from a long series of multiverse."
Now let me present Stephen Hawking:
"I, Stephen Hawking, would just like to say that I belive that the universe is shaped like a dome and is eternal. The laws
of physics inside of a vacuum creating everyhing inside it. Either that, or there was a giant black hole at the beginning of
the universe and, because time stands still inside of a black hole, there would not have been any time for a creator. Both of
these theories prove that God does not exist."
"Now I, Hitchenheimer, will interject. If God does not exist who created the vacuum and the black hole?"
Let me present Poonsivey who will introduce my good friend Dale Holsinger. Dale and I believe that the universe is an
illusion and therefore is held together by the human mind. Therefore, there is not any need for a god. Now for Hitchenheimer
with his final interjection:
"If the universe is an illusiion why do we experience pain?"
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