Archive for the ‘Past Life Weblog’ Category

Past Life BLOG #7 Gnash Battles; Virginia

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

589 From an album titled: Gnash Battles; Virginia Songs about an ongoing war at a place called Gnash:Virginia, a province that was at war for a while. As best I can recall at the moment, it's been a very long time since I heard or read these lyrics. If I were your thought would you ...

Past Life Recall #6, a matter of physics

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

This is from basic High School Physics and Chemistry that I recall. I learned it while between lives deeper in the galaxy, where many of us have spent time. It's based on a philosophical rather than a mathematical view of the Universe. The advantage being that philosophy provides a ...

Past Life Recall #5 Audio Amplifier

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007

The Kingston Triad DC Audio Amplifier This document refers to my recall of a device and an experience in what I consider to be a past life. The posting may be incomplete but the concept is well expressed. The recall is regarding a basic amplifier design used by musicians and home ...

Past Life Recall #4 Recalling Vonda DeMarka

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007

Past Life Recall #4 Recalling Vonda DeMarka This is a roundabout story of: Vonda Ellen May Clarkston DeMarka The lyrics to the several of the songs on Tori Amos album "Scarlet's Walk" (through the violence...) plus the entire Star Wars story line seem to be excerpts from something I clearly recall from my ...

Past Life Recall #3
A.B.A.I.D.A.

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007

Introducing: A.B.A.I.D.A. A.B.A.I.D.A. is an acronym. A short for: 1430 Assumption Based Artificial Intelligent Dynamic Array The concept of ABAIDA was designed and initially implemented by a whole family. Its chief designer, the father of the family; Charles S Gables, designed it using an autonomous hardware philosophy. ABAIDA addresses one of the most difficult issues in generating an artificially ...

Past Life Recall #2 Copper Junction Diode

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007

First Weblog Entry. This morning while talking to a bus driver about a hybrid bus and how it was less efficient than a hybrid car, I began to recall the following tidbits of technical information: There is a device capable of directly converting heat into electrical current. And it's very efficient. ...