Thursday, October 03, 2013

Time Travel

I don't not believe in time travel because you need two fixed points in space which can transport something safely from one point of time to the other point of time.
When you hop in your delorean and travel back to the past, what is the device that calculates earth's rotation around the sun and it's own rotation?  You can't just leave from one point of the earth and expect to land in the exact same point.  Furthermore, if you were to travel back in time and “change” history, how would you return to the point you departed from?  Changing one thing has far more variations then we can imagine.  Last, when you travel tot he past, whats to stop the molecules of not only you but the time machine from disappearing?  They haven’t existed so why shouldn’t they now?  Remember they were made in the future and not the point of the past to which an individual has returned.

However, if I was given the chance to go back in time and observe history, I'd go and see the rise and fall of the Third Reich.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Parking lot roadrage

Is it me, or does it seem like everyone rushes into the parking lot and speeds to the front first parking spaces?  Why do we as American need to have the first few parking spaces to ourselves?  America is fat as it is.  It wouldn't hurt to walk an extra 100 feet.  A lot of people need it too.  So why is it we race to the first spot in the parking lot?  Also, who has the right to give fat people handicap tags?  Seriously?  They need to walk.  Has America got that lazy that we need to park as close as we can so that we don't have to walk?  My grandfather was handicap from a hip replacement.  He was able to park in the handicap spot and had to use a cane to crutch around.  He said stores are getting bigger to the point where like in the cartoon Jettsons, Americans will be scootered around stores and not walk.  This is a sign of a lazy America and I hate it.  We need to work out more, walk to places more, and eat healthier more. 

Monday, October 17, 2011

Subway

After the game on Saturday, I went to Subway. It wasn't that good but a place that was close and open. It was the worst decision I had made that day. The young couple in-front of us, asked about getting two different meats on one sandwich. The employee informed them that it would cost about $10. They said nevermind and got two different subs with double the meat which is not included in the $5 special they have running this month. The "gentleman" who ordered was quite picky about how his sandwich was to be made. Heat the meat up then put it on the sandwich then heat up the sandwich - that doesn't make sense but he is the paying customer. When the employee told them their total, they were flabbergasted at the price. $16 something for 2 footlong sandwiches with double meat. The menu board is right in-front of you. How can you not understand; and even after the employee explained to you the price of each sandwich? People have no concept of math anymore or even more, common sense. This civilization is getting dumber and dumber. Remember this "young couple" is the future of America. This makes me very concerned.

Monday, October 03, 2011