Archive | November, 2014

The Other Theory

30 Nov

The Other Syntax

Did the universe really begin?
Is the theory of the big bang true?
These are not questions, though they sound like they are.
Is the syntax that requires beginnings, developments
and ends as statements of fact the only syntax that exists?
That’s the real question.
There are other syntaxes.
There is one, for example, which demands that varieties
of intensity be taken as facts.
In that syntax nothing begins and nothing ends;
thus birth is not a clean, clear-cut event,
but a specific type of intensity,
ans so is maturation, and so is death.
A man of that syntax, looking over his equations, finds that
he has calculated enough varieties of intensity
to say with authority
that the universe has never began
and it will never end,
but that it has gone, and is going now, and will go through endless fluctuations of intensity.
That man could very well conclude that the universe itself
is the chariot of intensity
and that one can board it
to journey through changes without end.
He will conclude all that, and much more,
perhaps without ever realizing
that he is merely confirming
the syntax of his mother tongue

Carlos Castaneda, The Active Side of Infinity (Harper Perrenial, (c) 1998)

The Big Bang Theory

30 Nov


A man staring at his equations
said that the universe has a beginning,
There had been an explosion, he said.
A bang of bangs, and the universe was born.
Ant it is expanding he said.
He had even calculated the length of its life:
ten billion revolutions of the earth around the sun.
The entire globe cheered;
They found his calculations to be science.
None thought that by proposing that the universe began,
the man had merely mirrored the syntax of his mother tongue;
a syntax which demands beginnings, like birth,
and developments, like maturation,
and ends, like death, as statements of facts.
The universe began,
and it is getting old, the man assured us,
and it will die like all things die,
like he himself died after confirming mathematically the syntax of his mother tongue.

Carlos Castaneda, The Active Side of Infinty (Harper Perrenial (c) 1998)

Scopes Monkey Trial

30 Nov


My Monkey (CMHIP) Trial

30 Nov
Appeal 2010CA546

Defendants’ Answer Brief

Appellant’s Reply Brief

Appeal Denied

Record On Appeal

Court Ordered Medications


Neurobiology of Panic Disorder

Withdrawal of Maintenance Drugs

Neuroleptic Intolerance.1

Neuroleptic Intolerance.2

Caffeine and the Central Nervous System

Patterns of Caffeine Consumption in Psychiatric Patients


Mercury Represents “Monkey Greed” in the Gnostic System

30 Nov

Symbol for Mercury

It’s Alive

30 Nov


The Greatest Shock Of All Time

30 Nov