June 11, 2008

If you’re a photography enthusiast or you just like amusing, artistic or just plain bizarre photos, you really should check this blog out. (P.S. It’s not mine, I’m simply a fan.)

Let me know what you think.

A warning: The photos are not always work safe.

Nerdiest. Sentence. Ever.

June 10, 2008

Mighty God King attempts to construct the nerdiest sentence ever.


June 9, 2008

Classic photographs recreated in Lego.

Thanks to Wil Wheaton for pointing the way.

Scientists Discover Hints of Time Before Big Bang

June 6, 2008
“Every time you break an egg or spill a glass of water you’re learning about the Big Bang.”
A team of physicists claim that our view of the early universe contains a signature of time before the Big Bang. This idea comes from studying cosmic microwave background light emitted when the universe was 40,000 years old.
This may explain why we perceive time moving in a straight line, from the past to the future.
The Cobe satellite observed fluctuations in the normally smooth radiation in 1992 that were believed to be seeds of young galaxy clusters that grew into our universe.
Scientists at Caltech now believe these fluctuations contain hints that our universe “bubbled off” a previous one.

According to their model, new universes could be spontaneously created from apparently empty space.

This sort of thing is fascinating.

Think about. I mean, really think about it.

Discoveries like this change our entire outlook on, well, everything. The nature of our universe, of reality itself. There’s something about the way humanity looks to learn and study and discover that is fundamental to our nature and being.

It’s reassuring.

Or as Warren Ellis commented:

“We learn stuff like this every single day. Every single goddamned day a new idea just falls out of the sky.

Who’d want to live anywhere else?”

Best. Book Report. Ever.

November 19, 2004

How To Kill A Mockingbird.

I Was Right, Damnit!

July 21, 2004

Catwoman is Batman and Robin all over again, enthusiastically crapping over all the well-documented success of ‘serious’ comic book movies, and heading full steam into camp again, where nothing ever gets accomplished. It’s Showgirls for the PS2 crowd.”

July 14, 2004

This is very sad.

I Believe An Introduction Is In Order.

May 21, 2004

Hi there.

My name’s Greg. I live in Kansas City, Missouri and I’m a writer. Mostly I write comics/graphic novels. I’ve been published in the Kansas City Comic Creators Network Show & Tell Vol. II.

I’ve lived in the Kansas City area for about nine years now. Before moving here I lived in South Florida. I’m originally from New Jersey. (Please, no Sopranos jokes.)

I’m a huge movie buff. I’m also a voracious reader. I read at least two or three books a week. I keep up on current events, politics and just plain old random news and technology.

Below you’ll find links to other places I’ve made my presence known on this wonderful thing we call the Internet.


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