Mordecai and Esther

Dead Sea Scrolls

The Dead Sea Scrolls (also Qumran Caves Scrolls) are ancient Jewish religious manuscripts found in the Qumran Caves in the Judaean Desert, near Ein Feshkha on the northern shore of the Dead Sea. Scholarly consensus dates these scrolls from the last three centuries BCE and the first century CE. The texts have great historical, religious, and linguistic […]

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Cosmic Consciousness

Cosmic Consciousness and the Internet

Cosmic Consciousness is the best term to define something that can’t be defined in language but it sure sounds fun and like something we all want to experience. Perhaps you’ve noticed my obsession with ascendance? Ever since I solved the ringing in the ears and connected the Schumann resonances, I’ve not been able to stop […]

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Turmeric (Curcuma longa): fresh rhizome and powder.

What is it about Turmeric?

A variety of Turmeric Flower found in Maharashtra, India. Turmeric or “Indian Saffron” is one of the most commonly used spice in India – a key flavouring ingredient in any Indian cuisine. Recently I saw a documentary on web workers who travel the world, called something like Cyber Nomads and there was one young man […]

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Portrait of black cat with yellow eyes from Visual Hunt

Visual Hunt Rocks for Publishers

Ever since the first time I saw Visual Hunt it’s been the most commonly visited website for me, next to Drudge Report and Zero Hedge. That one resource changed publishing for me because I always knew I would be able to find a suitable image that wouldn’t cause a copyright issue. Until Visual Hunt was […]

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An Osborne Executive portable computer, from 1982, with a Zilog Z80 4 MHz CPU, and a 2007 Apple iPhone with a 412 MHz ARM11 CPU; the Executive weighs 100 times as much, has nearly 500 times the volume, costs approximately 10 times as much (adjusted for inflation), and has about 1/100th the clock frequency of the smartphone.

Moore’s Law and Murphy’s Law

One good law deserves another, or why fly on one wing? Seriously, I intended to add some information about Moore’s Law here because it comes up in conversation often and did again today, so I took that as a cue to look it up and extract a blog post from the findings and yes there’s […]

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Orpheum Theatre Vancouver

Orpheum Theatre for Easter Sunday

Thanks to Coastal Church of Vancouver for opening the doors of the Orpheum Theatre and entertaining us, and presenting such an awe inspiring Easter Sunday presentation. During the service we celebrated the resurrection of our Saviour with dynamic worship music, stories of real life change, special media, musical elements, and a powerful message from Pastor, […]

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Earth Day

Earth Day in the Pacific Northwest

There’s no other day that deserves recognition and celebration like Earth Day, we don’t even know how old she is, or who lives inside her and on her sea floor but we managed to exploit every square inch of the place we call earth. Today I give thanks and declare my love of mother earth, […]

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In the Mood For Love - Maggie Cheung - cheongsam style

China, Cheongsam and the Last Emperor

Stunning beautiful and elegant in cheongsam China has cast a magic spell on me, I’m enchanted with the middle kingdom, it’s wonderful people, past and present. My mind is attracted to all things related to the far east. Lately I’ve been admiring cheongsam worn by the stunning beautiful women of China. Men can dress to […]

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One Belt One Road

Belt and Road Initiative and Infrastructure Funding

Taschkent UZ – Barak-khan Medrese, on the old Silk Road Vancouver Intercontinental Consulting Group (VICG) is a team of seasoned financial professionals that specialize in introducing infrastructure funding projects to engineering and constructions companies in Beijing. Contractors have excess capacity of equipment and manpower, to construct every imaginable type of infrastructure, and they are seeking […]

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Clean Water Production

Clean Water Production, Storage and Consumption

Starting on January 1, 2019 I began buying filtered water and storing in glass water storage bottles and looking at my future of water filtration and storage systems. This page and section is another of those sort of sticky notes to self, to aggregate more data about alternative water filtration technology and ideas for the […]

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