Friday, December 7, 2018

My hyper-acute auditory LSD experience

Years ago (need to confirm the date) I had went to a house party in my cousins neighborhood. It was a pretty fun party and everyone was enjoying themselves.
It was towards the end of the night when a former friend of mine asked me if I wanted to take some LSD. Buzzed and ecstatic, I replied; "Hell yea, if it's free".
He handed me a little square piece of paper and placed it on my tongue. Nothing happened. I started chewing on it to see if it did anything different, but no. I was starting to think that the dude had trolled me. Continued chewing on it and held a conversation with someone and accidentally spit it out in the middle of the conversation. Laughed and explained that I totally forgot I had taken it. Don't know why, but I picked up and put it back in my mouth.

Some drama began outside and two guys were about to fight and I remember following one of the guys to his car to get a shotgun and my friendly ass was trying to stop the commotion. He told me if I wanted to get blasted too. I looked at him and told him,"Why? We're all having fun here." He grab the shotgun and then I realized; "Holy shit, wtf am I trying to do." (laughed in my head)

I was like fuck this I'm going home. Everyone rushing towards their cars trying to leave. I recalled that I had walked to the party since my car was parked at my cousins house two streets down. Walking down the sidewalk I began to hear a waterfall or something of that nature. Remembered telling myself "Wtf, where is that noise coming from?!" and it was only getting louder, Niagara Falls type of loud.
Which, remind me that I had taken the LSD. As I reached the end of the street I noticed a storm drain across the perpendicular street. I could see a little stream of water falling in there.
I immediately gasped in amazement! I was completely in shock and was telling myself

It was clearest sound of water I have ever heard in my life. It was absolutely breathtaking!
I crouched down and listened to it for a good minute or two with the biggest grin in my face.
Forgetting that I almost got shot, lol.

Got up and walked to my cousins house and knocked on his window like a crazy lunatic. He told I scared the shit out of him, lmao. Must have been like 3-4 in the morning. There's a little more that happened that morning, but you'll have to ask me personally. I'm a computer nerd that sucks and hates typing.

Btw, I used Google Earth to measure the distance out of curiosity and it was around 188 m(617 ft)
This blog was influenced by the recent research published in the journal, Scientific Reports and Experiments Suggest Humans Can Directly Observe the Quantum.

The human cochlea is utterly incredible. Audiophile for life.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Numb Fear

Countless dreams and nightmares seem to have a psychological toll to my overall emotions in the real world. The constant simulations in my lucid dreams are numbing the basic principals of every day life. At times I find myself having to exaggerate my responses to simple acknowledgments.

To endure so many plausible outcomes of my own life has left a deep wound that I cant find away to erase. The curiosity of death.
I should of left it alone, but what is a young curious my mind suppose to do when it craves the unknown?
We seem to portray death generally in a negative aspect, as a loss. We wake up in a sense of sadness and wonder, what if.
What if I die? What if it dies? What if he/she dies? What if we all die?

Having to witness limitless amounts of death in every way imaginable has made me feel totally comfortable with it. Yet, it also has opened the biggest fear of mine.
The fear of not being able to mourn for a close loss, either being a immediate family member or a close friend. Even went as far enough to run simulations about such an event and what I'm left with is a confused crowd and frowned disgust look on their faces.
I stand there numb.

Friday, October 12, 2018


Knowing too much keeps me up at night.
Followed by a limitless dream simulation and a groggy morning.
Don't even know how to even begin explaining my daily struggle, because I find it crazy myself. Went from childhood dream normality to realizing; holy shit I'm fucking unique. Anyways.

Last night's observation; at least 99% of the world's population is unaware how 5G is going to alter the future. From virtually zero ping AR media and cloud gaming to EVERYTHING BEING CONNECTED!

Imagine coming home to your precisely roasted and heated Colombian coffee, crafted by a superconductive graphene coffee mug. Where the temperature of the cup was set to your preference from your very own brain. How you ask?

With Neurolink, 5G baked right in.
5G will reign as top dog of communications until AI helps finalizes quantum entanglement communication.

Godlike, war with the machines, God, repeat simulation until one rises above all.

Our current dimension slice seems to be a failed one due to global warming. Sad.
With some hope and love there is slight chance for the favored base reality.

On a brighter note, one of those slices made it.
Let's just hope the cake is not a lie.

Saturday, September 15, 2018


Me: Can I stimulate your sensory receptors?
Also me: Your endorphins say, yes please.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Algorithms Galore

My life has always been seeing everything as a whole. Which usually means standing on the sideline and watching everything play out. Then, slowly evolved to role playing, watching people straight up lie to each other and giving blank stares (to fit in, I guess).
Experimenting with computers at such a young age build my problem solving skills to a level that I myself found disturbing to say the least.
For about a decade, I noticed myself applying algebraic language to human behavior subconsciously  to everyday interactions with my close friends just being themselves. There has been many countless occasions where I could perceive different outcomes based on input. Which I just deemed as educated guesses to a situation in that given moment of time.

Brushed off, but not forgotten.

Two years ago, the algorithms playing in my head were too hard to ignore. I placed a silly bet with myself that if I wore my Astros hat everyday until the end of the season they would win the 2017 World Series.
Took a lone bus trip to Nashville to witness one of the most miraculous events one can experience in their lifetime, a Total Solar Eclipse.
On the ride back home I started forecasting the weather events that were slowly unfolding.

August 23-24 Gave out warnings on Facebook.
8-23-17 - "Harvey could potentially be one of the worst storms to ever hit the Bayou City. Prepare!"

8-24-17 - "I been studying climate since eleven years old. I would consider it one of my specialties. Never became a meteorologist but, that knowledge just got better over the years and is one my hobbies.
Monday, on my way back from Nashville. I was checking the weather to see how my work week was going to be like. I noticed the storm coming and after 12 hours on the road studying it and the surrounding variables that its heading towards...
I cannot stress enough of how horrific this system is going to be! This is not something to mark as a whatever situation. It's not about the intensity of this hurricane/storm, but the amount of rain it is going to bring from stalling near the coast of Texas.
It's not a media hype, its fucking science! Take it seriously and get ready."

Boiiiii was I right...
The roller coaster of emotions was just the tip of the iceberg, they won it.

Don't want to get into detail on what algorithms were applied, because some are beyond this realm. Aka
Lucid dreams.

God likes to play dice.
The distance from which the dice was dropped is the energy being put in.
The amount of bounces is the frequency of possible outcomes.
The dices spin represents chaos.
The type of surface in which it lands is foundation.
The person picking up the dice is the soul.

Just want to say that everything can be foreseen if we just turn away from the mainstream.
Curiosity, is part of what drives human evolution. Don't let it rot away to have the machine algorithms do it for you.
Stay Woke.

Saturday, July 7, 2018

A soul's memoir.

We can play denial all we want, but it still doesn't take away the fact that we can read each other's feelings.