Tuesday, December 30, 2014

I like science fiction

I have often been asked why like science-fiction so much. The reason is simple. Unlimited possibilities…
In science-fiction anything is possible and it has nothing to do with reality. It has only been since I met my wife, Kelley, that I have watched CSI and stuff like that. Although I must admit that the writers of those shows really do an excellent job, still, what you are watching on the screen is oftentimes a sensationalized version of what could happen.
Through the magic of science-fiction, the world around us becomes a wondrous place where anything can happen and does on a frequent basis. I mean, you go to the limits of fact and then change your story into something that is not possible, but it is plausible, and it brings out an aspect of human nature.
Humanity is so interesting. Psychologically, We are flawed and our intellect competes with our motions on many levels. Combine this with Science fiction and you are limitless.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014


How do you celebrate Christmas? Family, friends, party, or all of the above plus some?
Around here, we do all of the above with good food. In addition, we remember that the birth of Christ is the reason for our celebrations. 
May all your celebrations this year be joyful and safe.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

An unusual thought

I know this may seem somewhat untraditional and probably historically incorrect, but as my wife and I were putting up our Christmas tree, I had an amazing thought. I do not profess to be a theologian by any means.
I looked upon the height of the tree and saw many  ornaments of all different shapes, sizes, and colors and I thought about the infinite diversity of our society. Is that not like our lives and associations, especially family. People in our lives are all different some way and, no matter whether they are living or dead, they are still important. The tree of life lets many people come together to form the whole of humanity.
The top of the tree, whatever design is there, is representative of the Holy Trinity that a acts as covering, or shield, for all of us. 
'Tis the season to rejoice that we have a Father looking out for us and wishing us all the best!

Friday, December 5, 2014


I procrastinate, you procrastinate, everyone procrastinates... It is a part of Life, everyone's life, my life, and your life.
How do we defeat procrastination? To tell you the truth, I wish there was a magic pill to cure this disease of the mind, but we probably all know, there is no cure. However, you can combat it by developing our minds with commitment and veracity.
As a writer, I must deal with this on a daily basis because in this modern era when I am at the computer there are too many distractions: Facebook, Twitter, E-mail, and hundreds of other things are competing for my attention at the computer. If I'm at the house, there is also the door, the phone, outside noises like cars driving by, knocks at the door, and other things. My work is always staring me in the face. People that go to a job site and work for eight hours have the privilege of coming home.
But, back to procrastination. We All must deal with it. Write yourself notes, Focus your mind, and imitate A laser... We need to all do this on a continuing basis to achieve objectives that we want.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Baffling, huh?

Have you ever wondered how many stars are in the sky? I have. I have even tried to count them. What is our fascination with the stars? I think that is not the stars than we our concern with... It is the unknown, the mysterious, the undefinable...

Mankind has always been compelled to reason things out, or at least, the unknowable into perspective. Did you know your brain is designed to think complex terms? The simpler things in the universe seem to baffle us. If you don't believe that, think about the fact that we love magic. Magic is designed to make this simple baffling. That's all it is.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Big Dummy...

I generally learn best through simple trial and error. Like today, I wrestled with a pesky Computer problem for several hours, but I learned, like a dummy that we are sometimes, that the fine print will kill you sometimes. Simple words like 'and' and 'select', they will trip you up beyond belief.
Those simple words cost me several hours of trial and error today. How soon we forget the simplest of things like paying attention.
Today, Friends, have a laugh on me for being a big dummy.

Friday, November 21, 2014

'If you don't succeed at first, try try again.'
This phrase is all too familiar to most of us. When you think about time travel, it becomes even more familiar. With time travel, you could revisit one point in time over and over again.
Do you remember the movie 'Groundhog Day'? This would actually be possible if time travel were a reality. We could regress to any point of time over and over, but unlike Bill Murray, we would not retain our memories of the past day.

Monday, November 17, 2014

What we think, we do?

Our thoughts are a reflection of us and our personalities. Is this not true? Well, not necessarily. a writer has to think I lot of different things so he or she can tell a good story. If we create a bad character, does that mean that we are bad people? Certainly not! If I think about doing somebody wrong, does that mean that I am a  murderous person just for thinking such thing? Definitely not!

I do think that if I have a pattern of thinking such thoughts repetitiously, then I would have a tendency toward such behaviors, but I cannot limit my characters to overall whimsical saint hood. There’s is such a thing as creative license that transcends these matters. It is the same thing with actors that are overall good people playing bad rolls. When they play rolls that are contradictory to what they are as a person, those roll traits are quickly dispelled.

The human ability to do these things with no lasting effects is evidence to the human indomitable spirit.

What we think, we do?

Friday, November 14, 2014

Where do black holes go

Do black holes go anywhere? There are some that suggest that they function like wormholes and lead to another part of our universe. Others believe that they are pockets of space that are the ‘missing mass’ of our universe. Still others think they lead to different dimensions, other universes. In every case, all believe that they distort time.

What do you think?

Where do black holes go