Wednesday, 22 August 2012
a moiré pattern, a huge bowl of meringue, ice cream and maple syrup and the brain.
I appear to have lost my brain and energy today, I am not sure where either has gone and with luck they will return soon. In order to restore my energy I have resorted to a huge bowl of meringue, ice cream and maple syrup (the proper stuff not the fake one that’s horrid). The dog insists that he too needs energy and tried to run off which my bowl but I managed to throw my body over it and stop him, although it did crush my meringue, ice cream and maple syrup a bit and I now look like I have been in a snow storm, and appear to be very popular with several of the local pigeons who it appears like meringue, ice cream and maple syrup almost as much as I do. My worry is that the cats are now stalking the pigeons so if they leap at them I will be clawed to bits rather than pecked to bits. Dad has suggested that he pins me down on the lawn overnight and I will be licked clean by slugs saving on water and soap and avoiding spreading meringue, ice cream and maple syrup all over the house. It can be a right old game getting that out of carpets.
As for my brain I think the best thing is too relate the brain into a movement, say a small electro magnetic device floating above a monorail that moves in very small and irregular movements which you can only monitor from some distance away. The small irregular movements represent thought. So in order to make a brain work we need to enhance this in order to see the movement or understand the thought.
Yes I can see you are already with me lets use a moiré pattern effect using slightly offset fine parallel lines that create a so called fringe effect. As you will all know the moiré pattern when two sets of parallel lines are used will create lines of light and dark that greatly enhance the movement, thus a small meaningless thought like …… That bit of meringue looks just like Einstein’s head will be turned into a solution to the very perplexing issue of where has all the dark matter gone and is there any more maple syrup in the cupboard.
The one draw back to the moiré pattern effect is it uses the same part of my brain as the part that can not proof read my own writing so although I can detect small movements and solve the matters of the universe I sadly cant type………….. DAM. I think I need more meringue, ice cream and maple syrup.