Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Nosebleed | Star Craft





Here's what happens when Mugen gets drunk and then watches National Geographic on television before going to sleep. In fairness, kahit bangenge ay ti-nype ko pa rin sa notepad ng cellphone ang laman ng utak ko.

Apologies for those who can't relate.


I was watching Nat Geo when I happen to catch a program talking about the end of the universe. The show concludes that the cosmos is expanding and the future is a universe without stars. Matter will decay and atoms get pulled apart by the relentless expansion.

But what if a future alien civilization develops the technology to recreate matter and save the countless stars from burning out? These scientists must have forgotten that the maker makes. What if heavenly bodies, such as pulsars, black holes and planets could be created by sentient beings like us?






Nosebleed? Even I didn't really get what I said. Just the same, its fun to discover your hidden side.




15 comments:

Sean said...

ako, i believe. i think nature finds ways of fixing itself even if it is through the hands of custodians like ourselves or other beings.

red the mod said...

The proposed dissolution theory seems illogical. The Law of Thermodynamics precludes that matter will shift and transform to achieve equilibrium. Suffice to say, the infinitive predicament scenario, as I would deduce as based from space being devoid of friction and hence matter in motion will anachronistically and perpetually be so, seems to be a bit too generalist. Friction occurs in space, even light, conceptually has no weight or dimension, has both in deep space. The idea of entropy cannot be applied to planetary scales (2nd Law), so is perpetual motion, but notice too that there are supernovas and pulsars, as there are black holes and quasars. Thus, push and pull still hold water.

Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, merely transformed. The sooner we realize that matter IS a form of energy, the sooner alacrity occurs that matter in itself is not the absolute gauge of existence. Energy is.

What the documentary was proposing was the end of the universe as we know it, or the end of OUR conception of it. Who is to say what our mere intellects can define is but a morsel of the reality of the cosmos. Whether it be a big drift, a big crunch, or another big bang, these are but conceptions on a purely egocentric perspective.

Like all things in nature, cycles occur in larger scale. Far larger than light years and quantas.

The universe is not even one to begin with. Its not a uni-verse. But rather, a multi-verse.

Carlo said...

isa ako sa mga nag nosebleed pards. next time cartoon network nlang panoorin mo when you're drunk ah. hehe.

RainDarwin said...

Pero kung may ice cream kagabi. Hindi ganyan ang post mo.

bwahahahah.

Kiks said...

ang sinasabi siguro ni God while watching National Geographic: sya, teorya ng teorya. mga echusera. matext nga si mugen....

Mu[g]en said...

Kiks:

What I felt last night was like speaking in tongues. Nasapian ako ng espiritu santo ng kalawakan habang nakikipagtunggali sa espiritu ng alak. Wahahahaha!

Rain Darwin:

Tiwala akong walang Ice Cream incident kagabi. Nagpakita ang engkantong albularyo eh. Mahiya naman tayo sa special guest!

Tsaka, tingnan ko lang kung gaano kalakas ang apog niyo. Nandon si Papa Dingdong saka si Shoti? Asuuuus! Magwawalk-out ako kapag nadilaan sila.

At lalong magwawala ako kapag may nagpahid ng ice cream sa Baabaa ko! Looolz!

Mu[g]en said...

Carlo:

Nako men, baka existentialism ni Cow and Chicken o kaya Behavioral Patterns nina Billy and Mandy ang tinatype ko sa cellphone. Lolz.

Sean:

Sadly, the custodians are the ones destroying what nature intends to fix. This is what's happening to our planet.

Nimmy said...

napanood ko din yan kuya. medyo creepy pero fun malaman. hehehe

Happy New Year :D

claudiopoi said...

haha.

ayokong patulan ang mga sinulat mo. baka mastress lang ako.

pero in the fair, buti naman at coherent pa ang english mo. haha. pag bangenge ako, hindi na ako marunong mag type at sumunod sa mga grammatical chuvas. haha.

happy holidays muglen!

my-so-called-Quest said...

admit it you're a nerd by heart. haha

happy new year sir!

Mu[g]en said...

Doc Ced:

I used to compartmentalize my personality. One of my stronger, saner voices come from my nerd side. Hehehe.

Claudiopoi:

Siyempre may editing na yan for clarity. But the essence remains the same. Lol.

Nimmy:

Uyyyy napanood mo rin pala yan! Galing!!

Mu[g]en said...

Red:

These are very big ideas. It took me some time to absorb them.

"The universe is not even one to begin with. Its not a uni-verse. But rather, a multi-verse."

I think it was Carl Sagan who introduced me to the idea of multi-verses. A decade later, I still cannot fathom the concept.

Whether it be a big drift, a big crunch, or another big bang, these are but conceptions on a purely egocentric perspective.

In my deepest, wildest, imagination, I view the universe as infinite. It has no beginning nor end.

No wonder, when I look up in the night sky, all I see is timelessness.

Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, merely transformed. The sooner we realize that matter IS a form of energy, the sooner alacrity occurs that matter in itself is not the absolute gauge of existence. Energy is.

And what about the stars who burn out their matter? How do you explain them?

Yan muna. Work na ako hehehe!

red the mod said...

I agree with the concept of the universe being infinite and timeless, because even the concept of time is a human convention, an invention to define cadence and predictability, forcing our logic into the rather immense reality of the cosmos.

When a star dies, it doesn't really burn its matter out. Thermonuclear fusion occurs, so the matter simply becomes another form, transformed into heavier and heavier isotopes and elements depending on the size of the original star. There are numerous ways how a star collapses, but all fall withing the Chandrasekhar limit, and when it doesn't what we have is a black hole.

All heavier elements are created from the fusion of lighter ones, thus all matter; gold, iron, molybdenum, zinc, helium, all somewhat came from the dust of fallen stars, remnants of the fusion of hydrogen, the fuel of our stars.

Stellar formations, may it be a star, a nebulae, a proto-star, or a red giant, have cycles too. And when a star dies (or reaches the fusion limit) the energy it extinguished makes way for new ones to be birthed.

What is important to note here is although matter transforms, energy is also transformed. But the summation of the energy of the universe, essentially, remains the same. Balance in chaos, so to speak.

There is equilibrium in entropy. The sort our human intellect cannot fully fathom.

JR said...

fafa babatihin err babatiin lang kita ng Happy Holidays! I miss you! muah! charot! give my regards to your fafa haha

Nielz said...

Hahaha.. naalala ko pag may graded recitation kami, 1 bottle of red horse = fluency in english.

lol. sabi nga diba, in vino veritas. in wine there is truth. baka dati kang alien or something. hahaha..

looking forward to seeing you and athan. :)