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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Those stubborn fillies

I think that she uses her relationship with the fat fuck as a punishment to both me and her female guardian angel.

She punishes my presence with his presence.

She punishes her absence with his presence.

I left for a good forty-eight the first time she brought the snake in the grass into our apartment.

Surprised her that I didn't go the fuck away this time.

Show her that it doesn't have the same power it once did to perturb me, and she'll hopefully stop.

I told her his lying mouth can kill, and that he'd throw her under the bus to save her skin.

She rejects all advice of her Wali. She doesn't want guidance, but to share her pain through experience.

I truly hope this pregnancy is REAL. If she's making up this shit again to get attention, her downward spiral is gonna take others down.

I wouldn't mind him going down, but I don't want to see her ruin herself or anothe
r. I am only Wali. I can only advise and love from a distance.

I cannot keep allowing her to hurt herself while my wisdom still hangs in the air around her unwilling ears.

We can only lead horses to water, we cannot force them to ingest dihydrogen oxide. This, they must do on their own.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Shoot up some night vision. Chase the glowing dragon!

Nanoparticles. They're super tiny. They are now mixed into the air we breath, the water we drink, and soon to be the super power shots we'll be administering to ourselves in order to gain powers beyond our human capabilities.

 Scientists from the U.S. and China have combined forces to inject mice with a serum containing nanoparticles that give the rodents a sort of night vision. No more three blind mice!

 As far as how it works, they inject the mouse with a nano antennae in their retina. This one injection is said to give them the ability to see on the infrared scale even during the day. They claim that the research done will pave a way to help cure color-blindness. 

 So, let's pontificate upon what else we may be able to inject into ourselves in order to do the most supreme actions!

 Injecting a shot into one nostril to gain sniffing sensitivity to certain substances, sort of like how truffle hunting works, but for anything that has an odor.

 Pump the nanites into the glutes in order to gain the ability to twerk on coal to produce diamonds.

 Inject the part of the eye that will change someone purple if they are lying.

Place the little particles in the sub-lingual gland to produce massive amounts of saliva out of nowhere (survival mode)

provide nanites that grow as a wart on the hand that acts as both a compass and barometer, so water can be found.

These are the musings of the moment with the newest tech of the minute.

 Keep staying new. I'll keep giving you newstuff.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Yes, you can become invisible.

Once again my friends the line betwixt Sci-fi and Sci-real has been blurred once again. This time they've put very tiny things together that can refract light. How many uses are there for refracting light? 

  • Hiding zits from the facial area
  • Keeping a stash of ho-hos in plain sight
  • Staying modest when the whole wardrobe is out for laundry
  • Playing hide and seek*too few adults still play this
  • Preparing surprises for parties and awards ceremonies
  • Hiding those people you never really wanted to look at in the first place
  • Cloaking the vegetables on the plate
  • Making it seem to the tax man you have no items of value in your home
  • Quick alternative to house cleaning
  • Turn the hoard into an invisible clean area
  • Getting rid of those roadside eyesores
  • Finally turning all of the homeless invisible 
  • Invisible Campfires
  • New exotic dancer garb they don't have to slip out of
  • Making all stains disappear
  • Going off the grid
  • Seeing how the other restroom really is
  • Around the block peepholes for those really nosy homebodies
  • Tricking people into thinking their favorite restaurant got shut down and demolished

 Just a few ways that metamaterials that bend and refract light can brighten our days in the future.

Thanks for sticking around and checking it out. I'm off to clean my house or at least make it look like I did. 

Sunday, May 4, 2014

The new blood market.

I read an interesting headline today for this story, which prompted me to write this small post.

I predict that now they have some inkling that young blood transferred into an old body can rejuvenate it will usher in a new kind of pay-for-biologicals financial market.

 A lot of people give plasma today. Most of these are privately owned and work with the for-profit model. I used to 'give' plasma a whole lot when I was younger, but after I aged a little I could tell the decay of my blood when they pumped it back into me.

 Why couldn't I give some tiny amount of the 'donation fee' back to get that nice curvy shiny young woman down the row's blood. It might go down, it might not.

 My current boycott of the contemporary Plasma joints will end if all of these things occour:

  • They stop calling them donors with donations and start acknowledging it as salespeople with a sale.
  • They give 200% more in donor fees to allow anyone who goes all month a way to get by temporarily.
  • They pick up my anti-aging blood transfer idea and run with it, after buying it for a cool 43 million.

    <bloodcell graphic to go here in near future, for more read randoomblog>

Thanks and have a great two!

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Alternative Uses for the Glow In The Dark Cat

 Scientists have genetically modified felines to have skin and fur that is luminescent in low or no light. Reasons for this might not be clear to the average person, but we rarely have the same uses for the usual wacky experimental products. Although I do not condone animal experimentation of any kind, I know no matter how hard I boycott it, it will continue on, leaving hybrids and mutations to become our pets long after the lab coats are finished playing God.

 I've come up with a few uses for the glow-in-the-dark(GITD for short) cat for when they get evicted from the facilities and start choosing us as their owners.

  •  Lap Cat Reading Lamp- At zero kilowatts per hour, a GITD cat is the cheapest option to light the written word. It also gives the extra benefit of a thigh warmer while flipping the pages of your favorite tome. *I've taken liberties in assuming the average GITD cat owner does not read e-books at night

  • Easily Spotted Clumps- Both shed hair and litter leavings will now show themselves at night, saving GITD cat owners time in scooping and vacuuming. Doing both of these tasks in lack of light will also save energy.

  • Weaning Night Light- For those GITD cat owners who are also parents can use the animal as a transitional night light for when little Joey or Judy are getting a little too old to have a traditional night light. When they wake up after fluffy has gone out of the room, they'll be more used to the dark.

  • Saving Avian Lives- Sometimes when you let your cat out at night, they come back with the carcass of a dead bird for your present. Those lucky enough to own a GITD cat would have a security in the knowledge that when they let their pet loose at night, birds are alerted to their presence, making it less likely that you are to awake with a sad, tortured tweety on your doorstep.

  • Cat Finding- In case your loved mammal gets lost and wanders off to the edge of a dangerous desert at night, the unnatural glow of their fur will alert you to their whereabouts in the pitch blackness of night.*I've also taken liberties to assume that GITD cat owners do not spring for the ever-so-useful GPS pet collar
 So, even though there are some strange things that science is doing to our animals, we can turn the results into positive reasons to love those animals they produce. Thank you, and keep on purring.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Brains, they're making brains!

Not really, they're just designing the next best things in computing to be modeled after the brain*not human brains but for some reason macaque monkeys(I read about it here). I suppose it would make sense to categorize synthetic memory systems to mimic the separate regions and functions of the human brain. Motor control and behavior get a chunk of play, as does temperature control and three types of storage. Long term, short-term, and placed thoughts or files are stored away in logical layouts that are most efficient in terms of throughput and rate of transfer.

 One of the drawbacks I see is not even a drawback. As brains age, the surface to store new memory is limited while production of neurons in the hippo-campus does not slow. Theoretically, someone living beyond normal ranges of age (max 130 or so) could not hold every long term memory they've made in their lives, however a computer would just need more space, material, and data to grow with time.

 Behavior is another area I'd like to visit. Most people would like a personal assistant AI that is helpful
 and non-intrusive, however there are those that would like to impose some more rude sentiments in order to
 interact with the user interface of their AI. I could not take it if the ATM, Automated Grocery Checkout, and Drive through speaker were to be disrespectful to me on a bad day. Most days I'd be like all the other techno-hounds and gobble all the 'new' up, but I know they'd have me hitting boiling points with rude AI behaviors.

 The synaptic speed in which they can handle data is mind-blowing. I know for a fact that if the experiment was set to figure out a way off of the fiscal cliff, it would have found it. Which leads me to my final question about this whole situation.

 How much bigger do we want our artificial brains?

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Human Mute Buttons: Censorship in the Physical Form

Pardon me if I do not cite resources for this particular tech, for my time on the net is very limited today. With that out of the way, let's journey to the implications of this new technology.

 Scientists have pinpointed a frequency that when pointed at a person makes them unable to speak. Thought still goes through, as are all actions, save for speech.

 What does this mean for society?

 First of all, libraries will be splaying this frequency throughout their halls, to make sure no disruptions happen. This is both good and bad. I can't recall how many times I've been pulled out of a fantastical story by some bugger shouting at their significant other about some insignificant thing. A bad part about any whole building with this tech deployed is that if there ever was a true emergency, no one would be able to shout for help. Guess we'll all have to wear whistles when we go to check out books.

 There are many uses outside of buildings for this silencing tech, but many of them are very nefarious. Constables and officers of the law will be able to utilize this at their own discretion. If a police person happens upon a demonstration that they may not agree with, they can silence a whole crowd from expressing their viewpoints and exercising their rights to freedom of speech.

 Many people I know would love to use this device on me because I say many things that others do not wish to hear. I pull no punches with anyone when it comes to ideas, conceptualizations, and observations of truth. The truth hurts, but not if no one is around to hear it. Well now, they can stop me. I'll be quiet now, but this may be the last time I do so willingly.