Spirit: Physics Part 3

And in the forgotten about continuation of my Physics discussion…. In the Laws of Thermodynamics, energy can not be created nor destroyed. That’s kind of big in determining what happens to us when we die. We are energy to a certain extent. Could the “spirit” I referred to in part two that goes through space […]

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State of the Region

I’d like to call this address a state of northeast Alabama: “The Little Smokies” Dekalb Tourism could do a lot more. And instead of only focusing on Fort Payne’s multi-year, completely dis-functional efforts of a nightlife scene riddled with self interest, ignorance, close-mindedness, and greed, we could stop doing the same old things that have […]

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A Light to Rule the Day

Art Explained The first painting I created was thought of one night while I was writing my second novella. This piece titled “A Light to Rule the Day” focuses largely on the sun. The sun is a life giving tool that measures time for us. As you can see the sky is several shades and […]

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Shelter from the Storm

      I closed my store, the Grove Oak Store, way out in the middle of nowhere today because of the threat of severe weather. We here in North Alabama are no stranger to tornado outbreaks. Just like all over the state, we know the threat is real. As self appointed mayor of my […]

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Thoreauvian Experiment

Apparently, I have embarked on a Thoreauvian experiment with my tiny house. Like I previously mentioned in an earlier blog post, I moved out of a mansion sittingĀ in an upscale community andĀ into a tiny house having a square footage of approximately 614. After having donated near 10 truckloads of what I considered to be junk, […]

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