Move to make change

I used to put a list of things that I and to do in every new year.
I used to wait for things to change in the new years withowt doing any things to make them change.
Now I’m a grown up, now I can see and face of the truth.
The new year is just a unit to measure time like the meter is a unit to measure distance, it may not be even concidered as a unit in itself, if we consider the opinion who say that time do not exist, because we actually measure the movement of the earth around the sun and around itself and we call it time, anyway I’m certain now that new years don’t bring changes with them we are creators of the changes we want,
if anyone needs anything to change so he have to move his” big fat ass” and do something different so change could be.


2015 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 630 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 11 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.


I’m the kind of woman who looking for a  man, who could have an orgasm just by reading a science book, I can’t be with a man who don’t read don’t understand science, and can’t share with me my excitement for a good book, a nice song or a perfect documentary.


the most important word in the definition ,for me, is “to achieve a goal”, without a goal you are not a conscious human being
Human consciousness is a specific form of consciousness that creates a model of the world and then simulates it in time, by evaluating the past to simulate the future. This requires mediating and evaluating many feedback loops in order to make a decision to achieve a goal.(Michio Kaku-the future of the mind )

Future of the mind

that moment when you discover that what you passed three years from your life studying it (without even understand it quit enough , or be aware of it’s beauty and power) was just an experiment for a high school boy.

In high school, for instance, I became aware of a new form of matter, called antimatter, and decided to conduct a science project on the topic. As it is one of the most exotic substances on Earth, I had to appeal to the old Atomic Energy Commission just to obtain a tiny quantity of sodium-22, a substance that naturally emits a positive electron (antielectron, or positron). With my small sample in hand, I was able to build a cloud chamber and powerful magnetic field that allowed me to photograph the trails of vapor
left by antimatter particles. I didn’t know it at the time, but sodium-22 would soon become instrumental in a new technology, called PET (positron emission tomography), which has since given us startling new insights into the thinking brain. Yet another technology I experimented with in high school was magnetic resonance. I attended a lecture by Felix Bloch of Stanford University, who shared the 1952 Nobel Prize for Physics with Edward Purcell for the discovery of nuclear magnetic resonance. Dr. Bloch explained to us high school kids that if you had a powerful magnetic field, the
atoms would align vertically in that field like compass needles. Then if you applied a radio pulse to these atoms at a precise resonant frequency, you could make them flip over. When they eventually flipped back, they would emit another pulse, like an echo, which would allow you to determine the identity of these atoms. (Later, I used the principle of magnetic resonance to build a 2.3-million-electron-volt particle accelerator in my mom’s garage.)
Michio kaku – the future of the mind