Wednesday, October 14, 2009

It's been a while.....

Hello all....

Here I am! Now, I know you all sit at home and wonder about me, since it's been almost and entire year since I have posted. Well, you'll be pleased to know that I am still alive and planning on posting more random things about my life and family and most likely other things that none of you should ever read about, especially from me! But I will try to make it as entertaining and enlightening as possible! Our first topic today:

Noetic Science

The purpose of Noetic Science is to study the consciousness of the human mind, and it "untapped" potential. The studies they have done indicate that concentration of the human mind on a particular object, or intention, can change the outcome of the actions of object or event.

For instance, a Random Event Generator is a machine that randomly chooses a series of ones and zeroes and is imported into a line graph. When the generator chooses (at random) a different number (such as 5 0's and then a 1) the line shows a slight curve. This slight curve is indicating the Randomly chosen "Event".

One of the studies done in Noetic Sciences resulted in the REG becoming less random when a group of people concentrated on a particular event, so the curves in the line decreased by x amount of times compared to it randomly being chosen. Also, approximately 4 hours before 9/11 occurred, these REG machines showed a significant change in patterns. The same thing happened 24 hours before the Tsunami in 2004. (Google it, it's documented)

The principal of this test was to reveal if the human mind can indeed influence it's surroundings by mere thoughts. This isn't a new thing. Old Indian tribes had a "New Age" belief that every living thing; whether it be a tree, animal, plants, water; has a spirit and these spirits can interact with us. (Ever seen the Disney movie Pocahontas) Now I personally don't believe that everything has a "Spirit" or a state of mind, but I do believe that everything has a specific pattern, an underlying frequency, or vibration, that can effect our bodies in positive, and very negative ways.

Now you wonder, "How can something have a 'underlying frequency or vibration'? It's not like things are moving or anything. Like a plant, or fruit/vegetable." Easily explained. Gravity. Gravity, or the CONSTANT pull from the Earth's rotation, is constantly moving, pulling, and pushing on everything. A rock standing still is indeed standing still, but it is being pulled against the ground, the half-wall, the other rock it's sitting on. Wherever that rock is sitting, it's weight comes from the earth's center of gravity pulling on it, causing a interaction with something constantly. So if that object has a specific energy/frequency to it, and gravity is constantly interacting with this object, then that energy/frequency is being expelled when gravity is acting upon it, which will be ALWAYS.

Anyways, this is another subject I will be speaking about next. They are kind of related, but back to Noetic Science:

This study with the Random Event Generator was a breakthrough for Noetic studies. It opened doors for a lot of potential in the human mind. Can we influence our surroundings by mere thoughts? The weird (cool) thing is, since the human mind is so complex and extremely mysterious, we can't possibly know the answer. I can't say no it's not possible, and I can't say yes it is possible. Simply because there is no evidence to push the opinion either which way. I'm wondering if your Faith is irrelevant when it comes to this. My Faith is in Christ and his unconditionally loving Father, but maybe God created us with this potential? Maybe not.. I believe God created man in His image, and our bodies, the Earth, Sun, Moon, Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe are all his creations. I believe he created the Universe and it's exponential size as a mere "show" for us to recognize His awesome power. I don't think we are meant to explore it. We can't. We can't set foot on Jupiter or the Sun, or even Mars, without the proper suits, the money thrown at their design and materials to withstand the pressure. Why do you think all that is there? To challenge us to overcome the obstacle? Absolutely not. It's there to keep us away.

Don't get me wrong, I would love to go to the Moon, or even outer space. When I die, I want to be jettisoned into outer space, to feel and recognize how awesome my God is. But there is a line between challenging and "not supposed to go there" and we as mankind are bordering this line a little too closely.....

One more thing about Noetic Science. When thinking about Aliens and such, it seems that all races of man have the same thinking when it comes to UFOs and Aliens. The Mayans and Aztecs have tons of drawings in caves and walls that indicate a bright shining lights and objects in the sky, or a moving object above them. Even some of them have drawings of different beings that they have had interactions with. In other countries, China, Japan, Russia, all over the U.S., all across the world, people are still reporting and documenting these events. What is the truth behind this? Maybe there isn't one. Maybe it is simply a understanding/misunderstanding that Mankind has in it's DNA that automatically thinks about these things. An underlying state -of-mind that we can't explain, that sees these things, or thinks it sees these things. For what purpose, I do not know, and probably will not know. I base my assumption that there are no other life forms in our Universe simply because they are not mentioned in the Bible. I believe the Bible, even though the Bible is comprised of only what previous "Scholars and Religious leaders" had chosen for it to include. Maybe there is something else, missing from our everyday Faith readings, that explains these intentions and thoughts, the basis of our underlying intuitions, and possibly explain our apparent connection to the Earth and it's inhabitants, whether they be Humans or our surroundings... Interesting stuff, eh?

All this is just relative to the irrelevant though..... ;)

(I do not endorse Noetic Science or necessarily believe in what has been written, it is merely a ruse to discuss possibilities, and explore!)

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Random Words

I was standing in my kitchen. I suddenly started to speak words at random such as "Cheese" and "Bag". I continued to do this for a few minutes, then went back to my activities.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Tidying up my desk

I noticed my desk was a little cluttered. I had many papers and pens on my desk. I grabbed the papers and placed them one by one in the trash can. I then proceeded to place the pens in a cup, which is where I store the pens. Once this was done, I then proceeded to my normal activities.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

My Christmas List

To those who don't want to buy me anything for Christmas, ignore this post:P

Quick Square
Laser Level Square
2' Level (to match my 6' level)
4' Level (to match my 6' level)
Pliers Set
Cats Paw / Medium Sized Crow Bar

Gift Cards
Game Stop
Home Depot

I am also wanting to do more puzzles. I would like to start a collection of puzzles that have Movie Themes (Especially Star Wars) These puzzles will be put into frames and will be my "Theme" for my Theater Room at our new house!

Friday, August 15, 2008

Happy Friday Everyone!

So it's Friday again. And the minute we walk into work we start riding out the rest of the day. Me, I'm just riding it out until 1, and then I'm gone. I decided to take half a day today so I can help with the family at home. Chels has been feelin overwhelmed a little this week, so I'm goin hom to get some stuff done to relieve that feeling.

Also, It's been a lil while since I posted. I wanted to wait until I wrote up my Birth Story for Kylie, but I've been super busy with work, I just decided to let you all know I'm Alive! Lately, things have been crazy at work and kinda busy at home. Two kids are hard to keep up with and I'm only there at night! We' ve been trying to teach Carson to put his toys AWAY when he is done with them, but that means just putting them under the baby swing and then it piles up. We bought him this somewhat expensive Thomas the Train set (the nice wooden tracks with the magnetic trains instead of battery operated ones) It's just a oval track but I taught him to use a book as a bridge so he has something to go under, and put cans or other toys in the middle for scenery. (He calls them mountains) I plan on buying more of these trains tracks so we have a bigger one for him.

Found out this week too that this or next month will be my last doing the Musco vans for Doak's Details. I guess they are hiring a guy to do car cleaning, vehicle maint scheduling, and grounds keeping (which I might apply for). But i've been having people ask here and there about detailing so I hope I pick up a few there.... I have plans in place to maybe build a garage in the back and set it up to do details efficiently, and then pick up Carriker Fords cars and possibly overflow for Osky Motors and such. I hear Carriker needs help for their cleaning!

I haven't posted since Kylie was born, but I'm sure you all are aware of her now! She is a beautiful little girl who is pretty content most of the time. She has let me put her to sleep a few times, but other than that she is a mommas girl! (that is until she realizes she can sucker her Dad, stickin out that bottom lip). I seen her do that the other day and I told Chelsea, "That bottom lip is gon cost me a lot of money!" But it's all good. I don't mind it. I'd rather be spending money on the people I love than being addicted to expensive stuff like smoking, drinking, drugs and etc.

But anyways, I hope you all have a great and safe weekend. I am going to be cutting down a tree hopefully! There's a evergreen/something tree in my back yard that I have been wanting to get out of there! Eyesore! See you all later!

Friday, July 11, 2008


Happy Friday everybody!
I love Fridays... Looking forward to the weekend, relax tonight, watch a movie, play with Carson, get stuff done. Well this Friday had a change of pace. We had a little girl this morning!!!

Just kidding, but it was a different morning. I got up at 5:15AM and met my dad at Harvest Point Golf Course and we tee'd off at 5:30! I tell you what, I think I had my best round EVER this morning. I shot a 6 over par, and par was at 35, so I shot a 41. For all of you who read this (if anyone) and is wondering, "What the crap is Par?" Here's what it is: If a hole is a Par 3, that means that your goal is to get the ball from the tee into the hole in 3 or less shots. 2 shots is a Birdie, and 1 is an eagle, technically a hole-in-one for a par 3, but a par 4 and 5 are the same concept. So, you add up all the pars on each hole and you come up with 35 for Harvest Point.
On each hole, you have Double Eagle, Eagle, Birdie, Par, Bogey, and Double bogey. Double eagle is 3 under par, eagle is 2 under par, birdie is 1 under par, par is par, bogey is one over par, and double bogey is 2 over par.... Anything after that is just called +x...
Anyways, so I shot a bogey, bogey, bogey, bogey, par, par, bogey, double bogey, and birdie... All equaling up to 41 strokes, par is 35, 6 over par...

All in all, I did pretty good (for me anyways) Some people would consider that bad. But hey, I hope to get better! my goal is to par the course by the end of the year! I used to have a really bad slice (hitting the ball straight and then it curves hardcore to the right ) so I asked a routine golfer here at work about it (Kiley Broadway) and he gave me some tips and it helped tremendously!

Anyways, still no sign of baby yet... I am hoping this weekend and then take all next week and then through wed of the next week off work, but who knows. This baby obviously is as stubborn as his/her mother and father! So keep my wife Chelsea in your prayers! She is getting impatient! So am I, but it will happen when it's ready. I trust in God to make the best decision for me and my Family in that area!.

I hope you all have a great weekend, and stay safe!!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

July 1st

Hello all. I hope all is well with everyone and this week will be a good one!

Right now, I am at work making call after call, doing my daily follow up calls from previous reports I have started. There are about 50 I would say. Not too but, but 4 of us have about that many, so I try to help all those too!

Well I started my first furniture cleaning last night. A buddy from work asked me to clean some furniture he has. I told him I wouldn't charge him normal or at all since this would be my first time doing it on furniture, and it is more like a test run. And thankfully they were really bad! (I know that sounds weird, but it is good) Having really dirty and nasty furniture will let me know how much I can get out without using heavy duty cleaning materials. The chair was the worst. It had mold spots and was pretty bad. So, i got out the $4,000 carpet extractor and put it to use! I have this cleaning solution that eats organic materials (aka: mold or anything that is produced naturally from bacteria and waste) and it worked amazing! It got most of the mold out and it gave the color back to the chair, got all the dirt out and it looks awesome. I was impressed. I got about 3/4 of the chair done, and I would've had it all done but my garage doesn't have much space right now and I was on and off the phone quite a bit. But after about 1 1/2 hours I got most of it done. It looks awesome! I hope he spreads the word, cause it was kinda fun to do. Both my good friends do stuff like that for a job so I hope they don't feel like I'm the enemy. HAHA, right, like I threaten Craig;)

Quick update: Finishing the drywall in the bathroom this week, then it's painting bathroom and second bedroom. Think all we are doing is the living room and kitchen wall then all the house stuff is done on that... I will need to do tile and stuff in bathroom sometime too, but better than have it all "unchecked"!

Well, have a good Tuesday and rest of the week, and keep my good friend Ashley in your prayers. Thanks!