13 December 2013

Sleeping Dogs and Politicians

Accept or retake, your future. Quite quiet smoking. (electrillos)
 "Conservation law - Wikipedia: In physics, a conservation law states that a particular measurable property of an isolated physical system does not change as the system evolves. One particularly important physical result concerning conservation laws is Noether's theorem, which states that there is a one-to-one correspondence between conservation laws and differentiable symmetries of physical systems. For example, the conservation of energy follows from the time-invariance of physical systems, and the fact that physical systems behave the same regardless of how they are oriented in space gives rise to the conservation of angular momentum."

I. Nothing comes from nothing.  II. Im partially hoping either this is a nice way to support capitalism, or that momentum is mass. III. It would explain a few questions of molecular stability, and for me illumine a few fictional and theoretical possibilities. IV. I've met a few fanatical people calling themselves this "liberal" thing, phonogram of labeler, BTW, which seems to me at best to mean libertine, qed (thus also) making it easier to see why I could use a few political point reproofs, points reproof, wtfe. V. If mass is momentum then the perpetual engine is powerfully close in the habit of all science-fiction precursors, in a manner proverbial minutes with advancements in energy radio interconnecting filtration and transmission... eRIFT... you're welcome... so below is another excerpt on that, considering it's a conservation of energy at an atomic level it might-could be called cold fusion, brainstorm finality. VI. I've resorted in the past to thinking dichotomously, not a good thing typically, but sufficed to say unlike a sane person, I 'ave morals to control my emotions and not repress. VII. I'm guessing, but it seems for about a century people have taken a liking to artificial intelligence, having stumbled across illusions in imaginations spawning machinations to spurn delusions, it is their way. VIII. Of all the things I've loved and lost, I'll never know, I get moral anachronisms, and it is no uncommon notion that the most vociferous and liturgically verbose are quite locuros, I believe the technical term is lost and in its most effulgent theme being apprised of ethics goes unnoticed, sadness or happiness, needing a lot of facts, and in dispassionate misfortune overlooks need to satisfy wants, 'the squeaky wheel gets the oil' sorta things, which is why a leader should flourish facts. IX. This country needs a good (conservative) female president or a crazy son of a bitch, not a liberal whose objectivity contains personal motives and delusions of grandeur. X. That's why generations will be told 'no tax cuts, some petty beta had to get his rocks off'. XI. A politician has seen all laws appear of thin air, and as thus, has taught nothing. XII. I know this bores you to no-end, I'm trying to keep the persona non grata, ten out of five readers hate this part. XIII. Methinks, maybe, per se, that a good thing to realize is that there are two types of politicians, the ones who want to ban everything, and the ones who want to ban nothing, which there must be some form of compromise. XIV. Whether or not this becomes a matter of the heart, there are two declared types of government, Unitarian, and Republican, any place claiming to be either both or neither, is the most dangerous place one can ever reside. XV. King Lear said, "nothing can come of nothing: speak again," in scene 1 of his eponymous play by Shakespeare. XVI. This could be my last column of the year so, those are the breaks. 

"New device harvests electricity from background radiation | Mail Online: Device captures microwaves and converts them into electricity. Future versions could harvest satellite, sound or Wi-Fi signals. Technology could be used to recharge phones without cables or beam electricity to mountaintops....exciting possibilities such as recharging a phone wirelessly and providing power to remote locations that can't access conventional electricity, and the researchers say that their inexpensive invention is remarkably versatile. It could be used to capture 'lost' energy from a range of sources such as satellite transmissions, sound signals, or Wi-Fi."

Ex nihilo nihil fit. Damnatio memoriæ.