I've been involved in quite a few things that I consider to be fascinating and, in some cases, "out there". Perhaps the one thing that I love and hate the most is not knowing something...a mystery, if you will.
This site was put together to make available those things that I discover, complete with learning tools where possible. So, please explore...maybe I've dug deep enough into a subject and pulled out at least one thing that will make your time here worthwhile.
Since I'm supposed to be talking about myself here, so that you can get a better sense of who I am, I'll stop with the site hype and get started.
If you would like to contact me, please feel free to send an email.
My Philosophy: Nothing is impossible; just keep it simple.
Speaking of nothing being impossible, feel free to download this motivational poster.
|I'm happy to have been among a small handful picked from over 1,000 submissions that were included in the book "A One Way Mission to Mars: Colonizing the Red Planet", authored by Edgar D.Mitchell, Harrison H. Schmitt, Markus Hotakainen, Penelope J. Boston, Bruce Mackenzie, Johannes J. Leitner, Pabulo H. Rampelotto, Rhawn Joseph, many others along with editing by Paul Davies, and Dirk Schulze-Makuch. ISBN: 0982955243. You can find my commentary on page 342.|
|Whilst not a book, when you are looking at Mars (or roving on it) drop by the McCormack Statio crater at latitude 28.00° N, longitude 116.72° E. The crater I named at Uwingu, while only about 9 miles across, resembles a keyhole.|
|This could be a really short book. Have a quote on the parachute of the Mars One rover pointing the way to the McCormack Statio crater on Mars.|
I constantly get ideas for different subjects from the RVVIT chip (video imaging chip), radar pictography, helicopter heat grid radiation, to cryptography and much more than what I will cover here. The thick book (picture to the left) is just what ideas I came up with in Junior High School; I estimate that particular book has about 800 pages to it and I will cover just a few of the things that are
included in it below.
Radar System - built this in Junior High School; I thought it was cool when a few Naval officers asked me questions about it at the State Fair.
Note: Some information has been blocked out in the pictures for obvious reasons.
This was me in little league. That bat sure weighed a lot then.
And, to the right, is a faint red birthmark that extends out past the outside edge of the eye. As you can see, it resembles a triangle or spearhead shape pointed away from the eye. If you are having a hard time seeing it, a way to visualize it is to picture a face that has had a line drawn out past the outer edge of the eye downward towards the cheek.