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Round the World to Vietnam by Anonymous on May 22nd, 2009, 7:11 pm
Hey All,

This summer, I will be working with Thomas Hales on his work to proof of the Kepler conjecture. He'll be based out of Hanoi, Vietnam.

Now, sadly University of Pittsburg, which is arranging the research program this summer, couldn't arrange for a flight to Vietnam for me from Amsterdam, since it was out of budget. They could only manage a flight out of the US. However, I had a frequent flyer ticket out of Amsterdam to Logan Airport, so I'll be flying to the US before flying to Vietnam.

This flight plan is kind of crazy:
Schiphol, Amsterdam, NL -> O'Hare, Chicago, IL
O'Hare, Chicago, IL -> Logan, Boston, MA
Logan, Boston, MA -> JFK Intl Airport, New York, NY
JFK Intl Airport, New York, NY -> Hong Kong Intl. Airport, Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong Intl. Airport, Hong Kong, China -> Noi Bai, Hanoi, Vietnam

And here's the path on google maps... estimated around 13,700 miles......

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Patent # 1647 or 78317 or even 644077 by Anonymous on July 14th, 2014, 9:53 pm
Even when the music swells as if by the magic of some moon other than the moon… I mean even when we landed on the moon… something tells me, what a mistake that was… that celestial neighbor is the mirrored looking glass we all calibrate our inner reflections on or off of rather… and now I hear it even had a rabbit infestation…
What ever happened to green cheese… and did anyone ever think to consume lunar pebbles to make sure that our dna registers the data involved in proving a myth to be a myth by taking the bait… like a fish up close on the shore… gets just deep enough to be wrapped up in one of them there prehensile tongues of Cthulhu… I mean if chameleons have them…
Nah, that’s just in photo-shopped images of that one in profile as it slaps at a fly and the pink line it makes spirals off into the ratios of all things… maybe make a stop along the way to crawl up on the bow of a cigarette boat making a run on a corona commercial… bring some dos equis and some babes… I mean it’s a man’...

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To understand consciousness is to understand reality. by Anonymous on June 25th, 2009, 1:36 am
Every individual on this planet has access to the fundamental basis of all knowledge, all understanding, all inventions, ideas, thoughts, and concepts. This basis is consciousness.
Every individual has the potential capacity to understand reality, the basis of reality, thought, consciousness itself, and many other phenomena, without the aid of invention. Invention itself has it's foundation in consciousness; our consciousnesses ability to imagine a method or thing and to shape reality, indeed existence itself, to our will.

Reality; knowledge, perception and thought, is dependent on consciousness; to understand consciousness is to understand reality.
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Presentation to the Parish Council Meeting by Anonymous on May 11th, 2009, 1:24 pm
Tonight we're attending the Parish Council meeting. They've given us a ten minute slot. My partner is going to talk about building development on the farm and I'm going to talk about what we're doing with the land.

I've drawn up a few bullet points as a handout. Here it is:

VINE TREE FARM
PROPOSED USE OF LAND


1) Land Consists of 62 acres made up of:
a) Two large meadows of “equine” quality grassland
b) Flattish area of scrubby and marshy grassland leading to steep hillside gorse and bracken - Faces roughly north-west. Hillside land is slipping
2) Intended Usage of Land
a) Grassland – very suitable for hay and grazing. No intention to change in immediate future. Currently to be grazed by cattle and sheep.
b) Scrubby and Marshy Flatland & Hillside
i) Not suitable for much of value in conventional agriculture. Therefore to be developed as forest farm.
ii) This will consists of a variety of species of trees; canop...

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Wanderers Nachtlied by Hendrick Laursen on October 6th, 2014, 8:00 am
Wanderers Nachtlied
Über allen Gipfeln
Ist Ruh,
In allen Wipfeln
Spürest du
Kaum einen Hauch;
Die Vögelein schweigen im Walde.
Warte nur, balde
Ruhest du auch.

Johannes Wolfgang von Goethe
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