Happy Bunny Day!
May your day be a happy and peaceful one
surrounded by friends and family.
May you find generosity in your heart,
abundance in your pockets,
and fertility in your garden!
My Mom is a very spiritual person. She’s not “religious”; she’s spiritual. She shares what she knows and what she has learned with others on her blog Springwolf Reflections. She’s also an author and has a published book on the subject. I’m very proud of my Mom.
One thing I like about my Mom is that she doesn’t force her beliefs on me. I ask questions, she answers them and she lets me figure out what I believe. She is fond of saying our experiences create our reality and our perspective of the world around us. No two people will ever have the exact same experience.
I’m not sure what I believe yet. I’m more like my Dad in that I’m into science, experiments that test a hypothesis. But there are things I can’t explain that I believe in. Ghosts for example. They don’t fit into science, but I can’t discount the experiences I’ve had either.
The more we learn, the more our views are altered. The more we experience the more data we add to our view. Right now, I believe anyone who follows a stagnate belief restricts their ability to grow and learn. And that goes for religion and science. Some scientists are so rigid in their view they automatically discount anything “spiritual”. I don’t think that’s right either.
For now I’ll follow one of my folks favorite quotes:
Believe In Yourself, Even When No One Else Does. ~ Harvey McKay ~
Table of Contents
Problem and Hypothesis
How it Works
Problem and Hypothesis
This lab report will guide you through conductors and insulators. The problem is which materials will make good conductors. In my hypothesis, if I put something metal in the circuit,then the current will flow and the light bulb will light. To summarize;it tells you about the problem and hypothesis for conductors and insulators. Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to build a city and then blow it up? Or perhaps you like creating complex machines and then watch them work. Or maybe you’d like to create a complex machine that stomps a city and causes explosions. Powder Toy lets you to do all of these, and even more!
As described on their website:
Powder Toy is a free physics sandbox game, which simulates air pressure and velocity, heat, gravity and a countless number of interactions between different substances!
Download the tool and create different things ranging from bombs to art. There are lots of different materials to choose from. You can create a number of different projects, upload them and set them in motion.
Downloading the tool is free, but to upload your projects you’ll have to signup and create your own account. That too is free.
You can review the projects others have created and get some interesting ideas or inspirations from their creations. To view other users projects, go into the game console, click on FIND and open a simulation. At the top of the simulation list you’ll see a field to search for users or projects. Type in user:Spyderwolf and you’ll find my projects.
Check it out and start creating a planet, a city or machine and blow it up! -> Powder Toy
It’s Shamrock Day
We hope you enjoy your day safely and with lots of
Irish song, tales and green drinks!!
May the road rise to meet you,
may the wind be ever at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
and the rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
may the GreatSpirits hold you in the palm of their hands.