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"The absence of everything is infinite time." "The culmination of everything is no time."

There is something in the above 2 statements. Their relation to each other, I'unno, something about those 2 specific statements is incredibly interesting. While you look at one aspect, a civilization near a black hole can see and live for 2 years, and think the universe is that old, while another who lives in the void between galaxies can live for 2 billion years, in the same span that the one in the galaxy lived 2 years. What happens if these 2 civilizations were to build ships, and meet each other in a happy gravitational medium where time passed at the same rate? - Zack M. 10/30/2017

2 Billion years ago.... Picture an alien race. I don't care where they live, be it Mars, Earth, Alpha Centari, etc....

The only thing we need to concede, that they live much longer than the human race has endured.

Now you look at during the past say, 200 years, since 1814, what the human race has creatively come up with. Electricity, computers, manufacturing, polymers, carbon nano tubes, quantum computing, etc etc etc....

Span this across a million years, and you enter a realm no human mind is capable of going. "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. - Hamlet (1.5.167-8), Hamlet to Horatio "

What have we yet to learn? Imagine a robotic invention, one that floats, seems intelligent, doesn't require to be charged, has no obvious seams, was invented recently, and maintains the one claim... "You cannot figure out how or why I work".

Imagine all attempts to break open, smash, melt, dissolve, etc result in zero, absolute zero degredation in the casing of this robot.

Then what??? Do we conceede, we have no knowledge of this, and go with the notion that superior technology is no more to us than magic than is to our current scientific knowledge?

Go figure... But now think that, the advances, the understanding that took place in making that robot, exist today. The physics are the same. It's the insight into how it works that differs, and the ability to think outside the box that matters...

Um, it's late... again. 2AM to be exact. Slight break from work simply to say...

If the universe had no "center" at the moment of the singulary at the moment of the big bang...

Then one must conclude that the purge energy, the light, at that time which had no mass, must have had no interraction with gravity, only space, and since no particle had mass, no gravity was around to warp space.

However we know space & light have a finite relationship, such as a2 + b2 = c2. Because of this, we can assume that particles that have any mass, no matter how minute, interract with gravity, but not space.

Because of this, we can assume the difference between normal energy, and the moment it took to make the first sub atomic particles, has a finite ability to supercede gravity itself, allowing us to create objects of energy that are not bound by gravitational drag in space itself.

This leads you to believe that if one could safely convert your body into a separation of sub atomic particles into a form of purely massless particles that could then be converted back into normal particles, one could travel instantenously to any point in space at the perspective of the observer.

Since there was no "center of the universe" at the moment of the big bang, and all that existed at that time was massless particles of energy, before sub atomic particles could form, one must conclude that those particles, even with the presense of space, can surpass space itself and travel to any location with absolutely no drag, instantaneously.


Ok ok. Question on "What is space itself."

I was in a discussion with a friend earlier tonight, and it made me question what I really thought of the fabric of space itself.

How can we live in a universe of potential?

It's interesting knowing that future is unfolding every nano second, but not knowing what it contains is more concerning than comforting. How can a universe, with a single timeline, not be definite. But the GPS Sattelites have a concerning problem arising from their existince. You see.. The satellites must maintain a constant connection to clocks on earth, one that synchronizes them. This synchronization shouldn't be needed, unless we are truly separated from every other portion of space.

I used to believe that, for example, if you used gravity to slow down time in a portion of space, that the squeezing of space, would always result in time being skewed, but when you went to an un-affected portion of space where time flowed faster, the path there would equalize the time difference. This isn't really the case though... GPS proves that.

So I ask you this... If time is relative to gravity, and time moves faster through "empty" space than it does space occupied by a galaxy, how fast does light travel from galaxy to galaxy? It must travel faster through the void between galaxies, because of less gravity. This means the light speed is altered, and is not a constant. This also means that the universe is not as large as we think it is, because light from X light years away, doesn't take into account the difference in time dialation from gravitational sources such as black holes, galaxies, etc.

It is curious...

How can we see light from 13 billion years ago if it wasn't 13 billion light years away when it left it's host star?

This has been bugging me. Yes I understand, as the universe expands, so does space itself, so the amount of space it has to travel through is expanding, therefore it is like having the goal post moved along the way.

Yea I get that , but what about...

•    Stuff that far away is moving away from us faster than light... How could it ever catch up?

•    Even if it could catch up, because it was "just" ahead of the light speed curve, and reached us before the space it passed through was moving away from us faster than light, What about now? Does that mean from this point forward, wouldn't we be plunged into an ever ending darkness, because light from closer and closer to us would have been sent to us at a point where space is expanding so fast that it would never reach us?

•    What if the constant speed of light was an expression of the density of space itself? An expanding space, means a thinning density, means light can travel faster from "point to point" in space. Early on, it would have been hard to travel even an inch, later on, an inch would have the same travel distance to light, but not between 2 points in space, causes that light ray to move faster from point to point because of less density, covering more "distance" but the same amount of "space".

Zack M. - 6/28/2013

Is "DARK MATTER" really space itself?

Something that I always wonder about is, how, if I travel to Alpha Centauri at the speed of light, 10 years would pass on earth while only 10 months would pass for me.

What's confusing to me is, that I would think that my local space time would compress, but would have to de-compress the same amount when coming in cotact with Earth again. Meaning, if I took that trip, for me to return into Earth's space time, our space and time's would have to meet each other in the middle, equal out.


It looks like this isn't the case though. Satellites in orbit really do age faster than computer's located on Earth that receive their signals.


Does this mean that space and time, spacetime, can be localized, contained, and act as a maluble substance? It stands that our Sun moves through the milky way at like 10,000 miles per second, and it also goes without saying that our local time is different than another neighbor star moving at 20,000 miles per second.


My point being, if we create a centrifugal force vortex, by using spinning weights, that spin at a high rate inward, and a slower rate outward, drawing inward a kinetic motion of mass in a inward direction at all angles, then would that create a pocket in the center of the vortex that is different than outside?

Could we really create a pocket of space time that exists and runs at a different rate of time than something less than 2 feet away from it? If so, we could solve world hunger, grow fruits, tree's, food, algae at accellerated rates, feed the world's nations with no more than seed's and a series of devices that can speed up the growth of food.

Think for a second, if I move faster through space, I move slower through time, and if I move slower through space, I move faster through time. So if space was a substance, dark matter, and I took weights and spun them outward faster than on it's return rotation inward, creating a natural outward kinetic motion, it would create a "void" in the center where space itself was drawn outward, and because of this, time may pass faster in this void than directly outside of it. Using an atomic clock, some lasers and a way to accurately detect the triggering of the laser, shined through the middle of the void, you could accurately tell if space itself and time itself have been altered.

Zack M. - 2/16/2013

Can facial expressions be used to map the brain?

In recent techonolical advancements in brain to computer interfaces, they almost always result in some style of mapping.

Either through visual stimulation of objects used to detect neurons firing in a cluster effect centralized in an area associated with that specific image, and then telling the user to think of that when they want to perform that task, or through telling them to think of an action, and mapping that thought pattern to specific calls in a piece of software.


What's interesting is, most all humans have a natural notion to perform specific facial muscle movements based on certain emotions, almost instinctively.


Could those facial movements be linked to static neurons in a humans development phase? One that offers a point of origin for more complex thought, and can act as a central spawn point for that set of emotions and memories associated with that type of emotion?


If so, does it give us a bases for starting the map of the human mind, branching out locations of memories and "feelings" from those initial clusters that active when we raise an eyebrow, or frown, or smile, or laugh? That would be incredible to see a method of mapping any human mind by seeing the trigger's for a frown, finding the first neuron cluster that fires when a user frowns, and then marking that as the single point of origin, that would provide an almost instictive computer interface that would react at or before you actually felt that way because the endorphans wouldn't be released as quickly as the computer would see the signals used to process those endorphans being released, therefore the computer could anticipate your feelings better than your body could by locating the area's that release the endorphans and then reacting to it immediately, while fractions of a second later you would become aware of it when the endorphans made it through your blood stream in time to trigger a response.

Zack M. - 2/16/2013

Is the universe expanding exponentially faster?

Or are we seeing the accellerated expansion in a past time and taking for granted it's current day / time speed?

It's simple really. An explosion has a simple curve, maximum to minimum velocity as a factor of time.

Since, when we look back in space to earlier periods, it stands to reason the expansion of the universe would seem to be faster, and as we get closer to our current localized time of "now" (14.x billion years from the event), then it is easy to see that our universe isn't expanding faster as time goes on, but is slowing down.

Let's look at the facts. We know star's far away are moving away from us. All of them. And star's twice as far as them are moving away faster twice as fast. A linear expansion rate.

What we have to take into account, is those stars that are twice as far away, are also twice as far back in time relative to us, therefore we are seeing the momentum they carried earlier in time, and the closer star's not being as fast tell's us that it is truly slowing down in expansion.

Think for a moment, If the universe, as a WHOLE, is exanding, then stars twice as far away would be expanding 4 times as fast, not 2 times as fast, because further back in time the expansion rate would have been the same... HOWEVER... Since we know that it is a square of the distance related to speed and velocity, we know that the expansion of space itself has been slowing down at a constant rate since the time of the event.

BECAUSE of this... It makes me wonder... Is the velocity of a light truly a constant? Or is it variable based on relative time to the moment of the big bang / event? The reason I pose this question is because of one thing that I have not been able to understand.

If the universe was infinitely small at the moment of the big bang, and light travels as fast as it does, how can we see light from 13 billion year's ago where modern science believes light could penetrate the hot plasma that filled our entire universe?

It stands to reason that light from 13 billion year's ago, given that our universe was expanding as a whole, should have been shot past the boundry of our point of view, because all of the light is 13 billion year's old, and 13 billion year's ago, we were not 13 billion light year's apart in space. So how did the light not pass us by before we were able to observe it? If it traveled 13 billion light years across space, and we observe it, that means when the photons our telescopes looked at were 13 billion light years away, but if the universe was massively smaller 13 billion years ago, then the only way we could have seen that light is if the space was epxnading faster than light. And if it was expanding faster than light, how were we ever able to see it?

Maybe space WAS expanding faster than light, and now that it's slowed at a linear rate, the light has caught up to us. So in reality, our universe could be infinitely bigger, and only until space slows enough for us to see, will we see the true size of our universe. Meaning as time goes on, and our relative spacial expansion slows compared to light speed, the horizon which blocks our view of the earliest moments of the universe will slowly reveal more and more of our universe too us, like a curtain of light at the horizon of the universe travelling JUST behind the expansion of space until it can catch up due to the degredation of speed in the expansion itself through time.

Another question... Since movement through space slows movement through time, does expansion of existing space cause slowing of time itself? If space is the thing that is moving, does that mean that time becomes the variable in the equation?

If a black hole breaks down our laws of physics because time remains the constant, and we don't factor that space itself is being compressed, then inifinity is the result because we didn't account for the slowing of time itself by the compression of the space.

Zack M. - 2/6/2013

Are defined orbit's really a coincidence?

Or does gravity have concentric rings of influence that exponentially grow in diameter with less influence inbetween these rings?

Ever wonder why the moon orbit's at the distance from earth that it does? Why not closer? Farther? Why the earth orbit's the Sun the distance it does?

Why do we have planets in circular (oval...) orbits around the sun, at set distances? What defines these distances?

I find it odd that planets don't sink, yes I know they are moving fast enough to escape the sinking closer to the Sun but not fast enough to escape, but WHY at this distance is it happy?

To me it seems trivial that the Earth had JUST the right speed, and JUST the right positioning to land in a perfect orbit. It seems so much more likely that it would have been slightly further, or slightly closer, making the earths speed either sink to the Sun or be flung away from it, but this isn't the case, not at all...

Atoms have much the same relationship as our Sun and planets, but relating to Electrons and the Neucleus.

Electrons have much more defined orbits, they are either in one orbit, or the next, but never in between. Much the same way Planets are designed. If an electron is found outside this comfort zone, it is flung off and creates Photons, or Radiation, or scattered electrons creating electricity.

What I find SOOO interesting about this is that perhaps gravity is a mere extension of these orbits, an Exponential growth of the size of the orbit. When one or more atoms are combined, it creates an exponentially larger orbital ring, one that other matter can interact with. The interesting part about this is that if you scale from the atomic scale, to the planetary scale, the orbits seem much like the Orct cloud, something so far from it's center, but so related to it's center. The orct cloud would be the quantum bubble, the noise surrounding atoms at the quantum level, the noise of empty space, of nano particles caught in a spherical wave around the center of mass.

The close you get, the more spin there is, flinging this spherical shape into a tubular shape, one that has exponentially growing diameters. Because our Galaxy is made up of so many of these rings, they intersect, the lines of one solar system exponentially reach out through space creating a much larger sphere of influence than we have ever imagined, one that can span not only to the next solar system, but that combines with that solar systems to create another center of influence around their intersection, that intersection creating another tube like creves in space via the warping of space, eventually combining into a big web of circular gravity creveces, creveces that span our galaxy, keeping it moving, making all solar systems inside of a galaxy move at the same rate, Not because they are orbiting a black hole, because they are riding along intersections of solar system gravity creveces.

Zack M. - 8/7/2012

We exist in a black hole. The big bang was the birth of this black hole. It has 2 spinning hemispheres and I want cake.

The edge of the black hole is the "edge" of our universe, The laws of our universe exist and were determined by this black holes initial birth.

The beauty of this theory, is it explains so much, while leaving so little questions. What's out side of this black hole that is the whole of our personal universe? A galaxy! Bigger than our galaxy in size, but to it's residents and physics, just as big as we perceive things.

We talk about the universe spinning, it is spinning, the black hole that is our universe is spinning in relation to other galaxies , that we may go as far as to call other universes or parallel realities.

Our time doesn't exist outside of this black hole, but their time exists in our's

This is a concept i've had a hard time grasping, but I'm coming to believe it more and more. When gravity exceeds a certain point, time essentially becomes zero, but that is only true for the relativity of mass that is creating that time space. Outside of the edge of our universe, the point we can never see beyond, is because gravity is so high that not even light can escape, but at the same time, gravity inside of the black hole makes it so that you have a scenario of a point in space that will never cease to exist, and inside it creates it's own universe, it's own laws of physics, bound and based from the initial moment of creation, when the black hole attained enough mass to create a singularity, a point where a boundary was reached that was so massive, nothing could escape it's grasp.

EXCEPT! ... That isn't always the case, because the singularity has it's own laws of physics, they are bound by the laws of the singularity, how things were proportioned, how the fundamental single force was created, however the laws outside of this "bubble" are not the same, therefore may allow entry into the object, but never entry outside. So our universe can grow, our universe can feed from the galaxy outside it's regional boundaries, and it can grow exponentially faster, what we perceive as faster.

It is a lovely concept, one that shows how we could have 2 hemispheres of a rotating universe, while maintaining a consolidated universe.

They talk about membranes in string theory, quantum uncertainty in quantum theory, things that can be thought about, but rarely do they talk about where those objects came from, In this day and age, we have the ability to think outside of our universe, go beyond our walls of restriction by the power of thought, and imagine what lays just beyond the precipice

Imagine. Think. Love. Back to cake.

Zack M. - 5/19/2012

What if space was the thing that was spinning?

It's kind of odd, how everything has an inherent spin. Even electrons, all spin around their nucleus like when that electron was put onto the atom, it automatically took a circular or spherical orbit around it's nucleus because the spinning of space caused an inertial spin of the proton, but not the neutron because it is inherently neutral.

If space was the thing spinning, then a natural angular momentum would encompass anything in that space, and if it was a galaxy, what would happen with the galaxy spinning space faster.

Space would have to have less than perfect attraction, otherwise space would seem 100% static, while allowing drift for mass inside moving space, you allow space to spin, and the velocity determines the inherent spin of electrons, which determines the mass of objects in that space, and within galaxies, you have faster moving space, so electrons start moving faster.

It's curious to think about how little we know about space itself, even going as far as to come up with dark matter and energy making up 80% or more of the known universe, while completely missing the inevitable understanding that space itself is no more than a solid state wave, a perfectly symmetrical bond between anti-matter and matter, giving you an endless sea of 100% perfectly synchronized waves.

What if atom's didn't move,
but instead disturbed a perfectly synced equal amount of matter and anti-matter into becoming unstable, giving the appearance that the atom moved, but instead the previous atom simply became stabilized by the opposite force transferring back onto the previous atom, syncing the previous atom making it invisible because the waves cancel each other out giving the appearance of an atom moving through space.

What's most interesting about that, is if an atom was introduced into this perfectly synced sea of anti matter and matter, that atom (matter) would literally be in equilibrium in that sea of anti-matter and matter, and when a force was placed onto that atom, it would disturb the next neighbor synced anti-matter matter atom, making it appear as though the original atom moved over one step, but the force is the carrier of the atom, meaning the atom that existed synced to it's neighbor, putting it out of balance.

With the anti-matter matter sea of synced waves is disturbed, it's next closes neighbor being a perfect synchronous wave, takes on the negative of the force effect, converting that energy into an opposite reaction, making the previous atom perfectly synced, and the new atom that was synced be out of sync by the exact opposite amount.

Explaining momentum through this sea, each particle is moving to the next, syncing the particles behind it, and until a new force is introduced, the anti-matter / matter sea will carry it forever.

Zack M.

May 15th 2012


I find GRAVITY to be a very interesting subject. Through all of the "advancements" in science, gravity remains a huge unknown, yet it play's such a crucial, crucial role in everything. Everything.

What interests me is that gravity changes the weight of matter, so does matter truly have any weight at all, or is it all a mere effect only relevant when comparing 2 objects relatively.

For example, gravity is a quarter on the moon what it is on earth, so a 100 lbs on earth is only 25 lbs on the moon.... If "mass" was truly a static variable, and gravity was a force acting on it, then gravity would affect objects of different "mass" differently... but it doesn't, it affects all objects equally, regardless of mass.

This lead's one to question the principal of gravity, and if it is a force, or an effect. I postulate that gravity is merely the lack of "ripples" allowed to flow between 2 objects, regardless of mass, regardless of size, but more regarding the culmination of the equilibrium between the 2 objects (center of gravity).

If 2 objects are separated by a certain degree of space, in an empty void of nothing, then they will gradually gravitate towards each other. The same is said for 2 boats in rough waters, where between the boats there are less ripples, therefore the outside "push" from the more turbulence gravitates the 2 boats together.

It leads one to believe that there is a natural static about the universe, one that can be interrupted not by electrons, or photons, but by the nucleus of an atom, which itself contains many sub particles, none of which we can directly attribute to the force carrier of gravity, but many of which we can define as force carriers of the electromagnetic wave propagation through space, the weak force carrier, strong force carrier, etc etc.

If a quark can be considered a force carrier, and quarks and sub atomic particles make up a nucleus, yet we cannot find a single force carrier for gravity, then it must be assumed that the culmination of these force carriers creates a more grand force carrier in the combination it takes to create a nucleus. There is no single force carrier for gravity, because it takes all of the force carriers working together in a harmony to counter-act the 11 dimensions of space/time/ether.

If one person throws a ball to another person, the force of that ball never left the ball, making the ball (in air) a force carrier of kinetic or angular momentum, depending on spin etc. Gravity can act the same way, except only when a nucleus has been created, because until then, subatomic particles are not big enough to pick up on the harmonic frequency of gravity, which in real terms would be a very large very low wave, not a high energetic wave like gamma ray's, but more like very low db sound/pressure waves in the fabric of space time itself.

This leads you to think, if harmonic frequencies of gravity can be achieved by all nucleus's of matter, but not by sub atomic particles or individual particles, do the laws of "mass to energy" apply, can sub atomic particles go faster than light because they do not act as a force carrier for the fabric of space, therefore they wouldn't be bound by our laws of mass + speed = energy and vice versa.

If this is true, it's easy to imagine that a "sub dimension" would be accessible to small sub atomic particles, where they could pop in and out of existence so to speak because they can violate the faster than light limit, because they bypass the space time limits all together simply because they can fit in between space time itself into higher dimensions, leaving it possible to create a new form of communication, one that can offer instantaneous communication between 2 radios that are sympathetically tuned to each others sub atomic vibrations.

Since we know a nucleus can be affected by these sub atomic particles, it's easy to assume that if sub atomic particles can move in and out of our space time, literally going faster than the speed of light, and even appearing in more than one place at the same time, then the sub atomic particles could be generated on a specifically tuned frequency and be transmitted instantaneously through space, regardless of distance, regardless of the amount, and then culminate on the receiving end by interacting only with a sympathetically tuned antenna built to detect micro vibrations of the nucleus, kind of like a cesium atom clock being offset by a 9 billionth of a second because it was jostled by a sympathetic sub particle of say the weak force carrier particle, or an up quark.

Food for thought..

A man who questions all faiths and tests of life and only takes into account the observations of events through a un objective outlook to obtain their own religion is truly wise.

Everything is subject to vibrations through all wavelengths that create a symphony of harmony through the power of consciousness that is derived from a higher plane of existence we have long forgot and/or lost, it is undeniable that in these times, when faced with the true tales of our history, sciences, maturity in accepting defeat when things aren't as they appear, even though wars were waged and lives lost to the cause of the paradigm of a "truth" being one way, when truly a universal outlook on even the most fundamental of principals reveals that we are deriving all of the "truths" from our own observations, gives rise to only one conclusion in life.

You define your own truth, and only your disbelief in that truth will allow rise to deception and true faith in everything having a purpose in your life.


Truth be told, we know nothing, considering that knowing something is to define a state of truth giving predictable expectations in the future, those expectations when they don't go as planned, give rise to a new "truth", but the previous truth was just as true, it was only the perspective and belief system of the individuals "knowledge" from their own personal paradigm that changed, where a observer from a higher dimension would see the entire picture giving rise to true wisdom and truth for our dimension, but leaving their dimension open to speculation and questioning, unto infinity.

- Zack Myers


Opening ones self to the guidance of their own inner sanctuary through silence of the mind, learning to listen to the long ignored awareness of ones past lives and reincarnated spirit leads only to pure darkness of the truest nature.

Keeping an open mind while learning how both your mind, spirit and body work in unison with all of the energies and frequencies around it provides the true path one must seek for enlightenment, paving the way for a truly self rewarding life in both yourself, and by doing so in the entire universe as a single entity of a singularity on the membrane of a higher dimensional frequency band that stretches beyond the 2 dimensional infinity we know it, and into a multi dimensional omni directional infinity spreading through space, time, spirit, consciousness and awareness.


- Zack Myers


The one thing that connect's us all.

The single word with more meaning than a thousand books, expresses so much and convey's even more depending on the broad outlook of one's paradigm.

Whether together trying to attain your own goals, or as a group trying to do more than the individual, humanity is the one thing all cherish equally.

It's difficult to comprehend how one word, that means so much, can be used in so many different way's, both good and evil, to convey sadness AND happiness

Evil does things in the name of humanity, their humanity, to attain their goal's, either following orders of someone else who order's in the name of humanity, or doing evil things because your humanity depends on it.

Good does things in the name of humanity, to express the goodness in man and woman, to convey to other's the good we all share together, and that the good in us all will spread like a wildfire purifying the earth's surface, while causing so much destruction in its wake.

The curious thing about humanity is that to protect our humanity, we have Liberty, a concept so profound as to protect everything an individual stands for, while not interfering with any other individual's stance or outlook. It is about freedom of choice, choice that cannot infringe on other's choices, but can express your own choices without bias, judgment or resentment.

The Liberty of man is the foundation for maintaining our freedom, even when faced by those who wish to claim power to take it away, to infringe upon your right to think a certain way, do things a little differently, or even teach other's the way you think things work, and not how you've been told they work.

The choice to spread your voice is your choice, and the choice to listen is their choice, however neither should be hindered in any way, by any body, for any reason.

The ability to express your thoughts is how humanity can grow, it can blossom into an infinitely dense collation of idea's from the worst to the best, but all perceived by each individual through their own paradigm.

It is up to ones self to determine what they want to let into their own personal paradigm, how they want to shape the world around them, and perceive certain events, and by simply listening to other's, and understanding their thoughts stem from the same process of taking in information and using their own paradigm to focus on key elements of events or stories, then you can understand that every word ever spoken has grown to create a flower of today's conscious thought.

Through the past ages, man has conveyed idea's, thought's, perceptions and much much more in an endless effort to share knowledge and wisdom to whomever will listen enough to shape their own paradigm in that way.

This sharing of information get's passed on from person to person, generation to generation, and each generation start's from stories and paradigm's and observations of the previous generation, giving rise to an endless and infinite sharing of knowledge, each successive generation growing exponentially more knowledgeable, but missing key observations of the distant past that led to those revelations.

In ancient egypt, they had a paradigm like nothing we see today in modern society, and learning why they thought the way they did would take us learning what thoughts, idea's and observations where passed down to them.

The important thing to know is that every bit of knowledge shared, is knowledge that is passed down from the beginning of time, even if a specific message is lost, the event's that led to that knowledge still left their imprint on the whole of humanities collective knowledge.

That is all.
Zack M.

May 15th 2012

I return to my own. From once I became. Given no support I flourished in that which gave me purpose, those individuals who believed, while a coherent thought, I hope they themselves obtained what they envisioned in the end. While I was not able to obtain that goal in the end, it should be my end goal to ensure I provide to the best of my abilities, the opportunity for those individuals to do what I could not.

-S Zack Myers - 04/18/2016

Cathode Ray Variable Resolution Infinite Depth Telescope

Ok, we are going to build this thing, it's going to see license plates on mars, I KNOW they have hover craft's! You with me? no? Ok... Go away. Thank you.


Using a cathode ray tube, projected onto a pure piece of copper, charge the electron emitter with a 0.5v charge, or a consistent charge of any voltage, then read the charge of the copper plate using earth as a ground and positive as the copper plate.

From here, use the charge difference between what you projected, along with the x,y position of the current electron in the scanline to determine the charge being received from any frequency the copper plate is receiving.

If you have a copper plate pointed towards the moon, the moons reflection of the sun's / earth's rays will project on multiple frequencies, all of which must be tapped to maximize the potential for resolution on the visual image you are receiving.

By knowing the scanning pattern of the cathode ray (29.7 fps / 2 scans) then you can determine from the electric charge difference (0.5v being projected, if a reading of 0.5003, then you have a threshold value , but end result is you have a 0.003 global charge on the plate.

When the scanning electrons charge the plate, so long as the discharge ratio is accounted for, a variable matrix can be developed and manipulated by simply modifying the cathode ray's scan pattern on the object.

IE: If you change the scanning electron electromagnets to scatter the 29.7fps / 2 scans into a smaller radius matrix, with the same amount of scan time, then you will essentially have a zoomed in snapshot of a specific point of reference on the copper plate that is receiving the charge.

It is feasible to say that at this point,it is no longer an optical zoom lens involved in focusing and zooming into a celestial object, but rather a fully solid state electron / electromagnetic lens solution using the charges of the electrons to determine the base value for the charge of the plate at any given point and time, and then using the difference on the recordings from the oscilloscope to read back a true reading and timeline. Then from the timeline of the oscilloscope, and a timestamp match-up, you can determine the x,y coordinates of each of the scan points, and have a intensity value.

Now utilizing this you can go a step further, and develop a variable resistor to vary the frequency and peer into the electromagnet spectrum with a visual look, changing the frequency to higher values , say that of consciousness, you can then go forward and have a "Life Signs Scanner" in real life, providing a visual "blip" in space where the frequencies of consciousness are radiating and allow you to build a life signs map of our universe using primitive technology.

Zack M.

Feb 12th, 2018 (whaaat?)

Thought for the night as I pass out after a long coding session. Brain waves are essentially electronic impulses. Some say reading minds is possible from a distance, take the bible for instance, where the "angel" knew what the wife was thinking. We have radio antenna's that pick up EM waves, and we know electricity gives off EM waves, so what if it's just so minute a difference in the EM spectrum that our instruments aren't sensitive enough to filter out the noise?

Take that a step further, and what if the collection of brainwaves being emitted by a given species operating on similar frequencies (humans) increases this EM field as a whole. That means the more the population grew, say to 6+ billion, the easier it would be for other races to interpret the concensus as a whole. This means that, given we've faced several extinction level events, it's possible that an alien race, has been creating "Experimental races". Then once they reach a general concensus, as to good or bad (Our society is ruled by war, violence, in media, and in life etc), if the race as a whole leans the wrong direction after reaching the tipping point population that can EM wise affect a grander scale, they wipe them out and start over.. All in the hopes of a creating a species that would be primarily good and positive in projections and collective consciousness... Just food for thought.

-S Zack Myers - 04/27/2016


Below is just some guitar playing,
nothing professional,
nothing complete,
just playing....

15 Minutes of my life.mp3

15 Minutes of my life.mp3



Harmony of My Soul.mp3

Harmony of My Soul.mp3

Jam 2.mp3

Jam 2.mp3