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Mike Pearson, mutecypher.
Category Archives: Magic
One of my favorite blogs, The Art of Memory with a beautiful set of images. Be sure to follow the link at the bottom to Ciurlionis’ music.
My wife has an unhealthy attraction to Karl Urban, so I suspect we will be going to Star Trek this weekend. Myself, I’m without unhealthy attractions. They’re all soul connections.
Or why I don’t love Dr. Who. For those who know me, it should seem like a foregone conclusion that I would enjoy a sci/fi-ish fantasy with a know-it-all protagonist, yummy-cutie sidekicks, and assorted monsters. The same way I enjoy … Continue reading
I noticed “Prayer Changes Things” written on the front of the van of a local church. I thought that studies had demonstrated the truth of this statement. Whether one wants to draw the conclusion that this proves God’s existence is … Continue reading
Here’s a parametric plot Techno-bejowled Homer Simpson. Followed by a parametric plot Squidward. Homer can be generated using x = 0.9*Cos[3 t] Sin[6 t] and y = Cos[1 t] Cos[5 t] Squidward can be generated using x = 0.8xCos(2t)Sin(6t), y … Continue reading
Adultery has been committed, Santa has been invoked, George Mouse has been added to the Tale. Let’s see what happens next..
I was glad to see that Kepler launched today. I somehow hope that we find earth-like planets are common. But time will tell.
I’m just testing to see if the link from Ping works to my blog. It works fine to MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook. Why do I need so many social networks when I prefer to be at home with my wife … Continue reading