An inverse torus.

If you listen to the universe, You can hear it breathing. Not expanding, nor contracting, But in a superposition of the two; Like an inverse torus: The seed at the center, And the curtains of eternity to shroud it. The universe is not one, but two. And to have two, you must have four. To… Continue reading An inverse torus.


How to Want (Effectively at Work and Home in 30 Days or Your Money Back)

Late found I this worthwhile want And I not in want of want After years and years of wanting not: An exact and same something I wanted once, years before, And after so many years, forgot. Learned I thro' life to leave be Such as what now comes to me, Asking I confess that which… Continue reading How to Want (Effectively at Work and Home in 30 Days or Your Money Back)

Going Bananas

It's been a long time since I've done anything for Bones, so here's a snippet from an unreleased chapter. Enjoy. After dropping Jackie at school, Jim reluctantly made one last trip to his own campus, just to make sure he wasn’t forgetting anything. At least he didn’t have to fight for a parking space this… Continue reading Going Bananas

11:59 in the Garden of Healing

“Sometimes, I'd get so angry just thinking about you, thinking how you were the one who got to be the hero." He studied the other's face for any sign he might take this way or that. But the face didn't betray much, really. Maybe it looked as if it trying to hold some comment until… Continue reading 11:59 in the Garden of Healing

A Hypothetical Story About Jesus, by Chado Brown 

It's Chado's birthday, so I'm releasing another of his short stories. Happy Birthday, bud.  Ryan once asked me to write my take on a "What If Jesus Came Back?" kind of story, and while I liked the idea, it never really took root under my skin. I like the idea of Jesus Christ becoming sort… Continue reading A Hypothetical Story About Jesus, by Chado Brown 

True Love is Knowing

My contribution to National Poetry Month.  True love is knowing That it doesn't mean what it once did Especially not the first time And was five different feelings in-between And still has many more meanings yet to come But no matter how wrinkled or strange the definition becomes True love is knowing That it will… Continue reading True Love is Knowing

Why We Must Burn

Through the roar of the flames and over the din of the world beyond them, someone was crying. This time, he was sure of it. His charred lids opened, exposing the tender jelly of their eyes to the blinding heat. They began to boil almost immediately. In all directions, the molten gossamer and gold of flame blotted out… Continue reading Why We Must Burn

Notes on Correlating Alzheimers Disease and QEPR/IP Interpretations of Consciousness

Can metaphysical interpretations of Alzheimer’s Disease guide study on conscious and corporeal tethering? How does the somatic control connect to the conscious body? What can AD tell us? Can we further find a connection between quantum information and quantum matter? Can one influence the other? Can AD degeneration show that loss of information input faculties… Continue reading Notes on Correlating Alzheimers Disease and QEPR/IP Interpretations of Consciousness

Race On, Heart

Race On, Heart; you mustn't stop. Close on your heels, pain chases. Never rest - don't give it the time to catch up. Waste not a moment; fill each and every With ecstasy, self-importance, and belonging. Have you done enough today? Enough - In the morning you'll fear it wasn't: Fear the day before wasted as… Continue reading Race On, Heart

1.2: Boolean Existence as an Answer to the Sublime Question

1.2.1: The Sublime Question The foundation of this model is the resolution of the sublime question: why does the universe exist? and its broader distillation does anything (the universe) really exist at all? Why do we ask this question? Why is it important? This question returns to the human mind because, whether consciously or unconsciously,… Continue reading 1.2: Boolean Existence as an Answer to the Sublime Question