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Saturday, August 28, 2010


I thought this would cool to share with you guys. I found this on "Lucid Dream Guru", the web link is at the bottom if you want to check him out.

DILD is an abbreviation for Dream Induced Lucid Dream.

This is the most common type of lucid dream induction technique. In fact, many first timers achieve their first lucid dream through this technique.

When a DILD (Dream Induced Lucid Dream) occurs, you become lucid within the dream. This can often happen when the dream is so outrageous or ridiculous that no other rational explanation can be used to explain it other than it being a dream. The dreamer thinks to themselves "This is crazy! This must be a dream!" and wha-lah! the dreamer becomes lucid.

Now you may be thinking that this technique seems more like a chance of luck over whether you have a dream about something that is too outrageous to wake you into a state of lucidity.

However, this technique can be mastered through the use of reality checks rather than outrageous or odd situations in your dreams.

Step 1:
Early in the morning, find an ink pen. Doesn't matter what color, just any pen will do.

Step 2:
Take the pen and draw single tiny dots somewhere on your hands. For me, I like to ink a small dot on the palm of each hand or on the knuckle of each thumb.

Step 3:
Now that you have the tiny dots on your hand, as you go throughout your day, you will occasionally see them. When you see them, use it as a reminder to ask yourself if you are dreaming. Stop whatever it is you are doing and perform a reality check.

Step 4:
Look around your surrounding environment, sincerely ask yourself "Is this a dream?". Then find an object, sign, book, etc that has text or numbers on it. Look at the numbers or text and remember what it says.

Step 5:
Now look away for 5 seconds.

Step 6:
Return your gaze back to the text or numbers and see if they have changed. If they have not changed, then you are awake and just continue on with your day to day activities.

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Owls have eyes like this

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Is it a good thing when my fish are...

floating straight up and down?

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I really wanted this to be on my profile

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I know I've been watching too much Dragon Ball Z when I make a post like this.

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Friday, August 27, 2010

Usless talent # 16 and #17

I sleep 4 hours a day.

I sleep on the floor. This is so that if I am in the woods and dirt tired, I can fall asleep on the ground easier.

chibi sleep Pictures, Images and Photos

Why is it so much fun to watch "To Catch a Predator?"

I think Chris Hanson dies a little inside every time he doesn't get to tell the predators his name.

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Oppressed Machine

I found a very recent article, only a few days old, about a machine that was developed in Japan. This machine addressed two of the world’s biggest concerns, pollution and the need for oil. There are patches of garbage in our oceans that could be mistaken for islands. There are wars fought for oil. So Akinori Ito thoughts started off as “If plastic is made from oil, would it really be that hard to turn it back?” So Ito and his team at Blest began the design. His solution is safe and easy to use. So far Ito has created many shapes and sizes of the machine ranging from everyday home use, to large industrial sized machine. One kilogram of plastic takes about one kilowatt of energy to make a full liter of oil.
Akinori Ito recognized that plastics play a large part in our modern lives, and that the pollution of the same product had staggering consequences. It takes hundreds of years for the plastic material to decompose naturally. When the plastic breaks down into smaller pieces, animals could potentially ingest them causing many different problems within the animal kingdom. One kilogram of plastic takes about one kilowatt of energy to make a full liter of oil. This machine could reduce the need of oil dramatically.
Also surprising, or not so much to some, that it has not been featured in any American news casts or websites. This could be revolutionary! Why haven’t we adopted this machine and continued its success? Mr. Ito has given many machines to people who live in more rural areas, the places where our garbage ends up at. “To make a machine that anyone can use is my dream. The home is the oil field of the future.” Our plastic junk has been collecting over the past decades and it is about time someone has created something such as this. What I would like to know is how to get my hands on one of these, or how to many one myself.

This man could have very well saved us from ourselves.
Everyone in the world should know about this.
I bet this won't be on the news. Big business men will snuff out all of the information leading to this for fear of lighter pockets.  They would rather make a dollar than save the world.