Anti-electric universe

March 30, 2015

thinking about changing name of website

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 12:33 am

I am thinking of changing the name of the website one thought is astrotimer, combination of astronomy and maritimer.

For the two or three people who read this thing do you think it is a good idea share your thoughts in the comments.

March 23, 2015

Bad science, good investment

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 3:16 am

The other night I was watching Dragons Den on the CBC. Dragons Den is a series where people who have businesses who need investment go one to pitch to five potential investors. One the pitchers were pitching an astrology system. Astrology is based on the idea that your life is determined by where the stars and planets are located on the day of your birth. The gravity from the stars would not actually effect you because it would be to weak to do anything. The further away you are from an object the less gravity it will have on an object because it obeys the inverse distance law. that is if an object is twice as far as it was in different location it will have one quarter the gravity. So a star which is light years away will have almost zero effect on an individual here on Earth. Also gravity is a vector so the gravity pulling on an object here on Earth is probably being counteracted by the gravity of an object on the other side Earth. The planets effect would be very similar as to the stars. The investor did invest in the company because astrology is held to high esteem is culture. There are a lot of people in all different cultures that do believe in astrology but that does not make it right, The investor probably will make money out of this scheme just for this fact but it is still bad science but probably a good investment.

March 16, 2015

Why is ancient aliens an insult to the human race

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 3:47 am

The underlying premise of the series is very insulting, ancient peoples could not figure things out without alien intervention. No human farmer while he is out of doors for most of the day could figure out that the sun rises or sets in a different location each day. No one would notice that round objects move much better than flat objects or that the fats from plants or animals make thing slippery so you can move very large objects a lot easier. Some rocks fall into a fire or arranged around a fire to create a fire pit and some parts of the rocks get melted and people figure out that these materials are useful or just pretty. It was not instant it took thousands of years  Humans have been around for over a million years, people have only lived in cities for about six thousand years, It humanity that long to get the point where they could grow enough food to support large groups of people. There probably have been thousands of dead ends that have not been recorded, just imagine all the dead from eating the wrong food, the wrong part or eating it the wrong way. A good example would be the potato which is part of nightshade family so it leaves are poisonous but part of the roots are edible when cooked. How many tries did it take to figure it out. The pyramids which were a huge achievement of ancient Egypt took several tries before the ones I Giza, they are several others which show how the design changed over time. A lot of civilizations said gods gave the people the knowledge but it was people who figure out things out so far in the past the ancients even forgot who found the knowledge. What we should do is to celebrate the people who figured everything out and not belittle their achievements by saying it was all giving to us by aliens.

February 10, 2015

It is a mad mad world

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 10:35 pm

With measles outbreaks in the US and in Canada we have what we really need to fight the disease. The disease is caused by weakened versions of the disease being injected into kids arms also this also helps spreads autism, not. But now an off license day care in the Ottawa area is now offering a vaccine free zone to prevent the spread of the disease.

November 17, 2014


Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 7:46 pm

November 3, 2014

One last post

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 2:51 pm

As I finish one trip around the sun and start another, I realize that I need change a couple of things. First I most give on there being any chance of my dream career. I do not think there was a lack of intelligence but because for some reason I lose concentration when I am around groups of people and some personalities make this worse, because they misinterpret the situation and for think what I need is more attention and things go further downhill to a point where a suffered a depression as well. I should gotten a of a job right of school or trained for a job around here for a year so I could save for a place of my own, I think that might of made a difference.

July 30, 2014

Is there a connection between astronomy and gardening

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 4:48 pm

The first connection is how the plants get their energy. Deep in the interior of the star hydrogen fuses together to create helium also a small amount of mass is converted into energy. The amount of mass lost to energy is only 0.7% but the sun burns 600 billion tonnes of hydrogen a second. The energy released is in the form of light which can behave as a particle or a wave. The light bounces of particle in the interior for around a million years then after reaching the surface of the sun it only takes a 8 minutes to travel from the sun to the Earth. Then the plants absorb the light and with carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and water from the ground it creates starches and sugars that it needs, then some greedy animal comes along and eats all its hard work. The second way astronomy is connected to gardening is that ancient farmers used the stars as a form of calendar. If you observe the stars every night you notice that stars raise latter and latter every night and then earlier every night. You can use this knowledge to predict when it is getting closet to the time of planting, so you start to get your ground ready for planting. Another way astronomy and gardening are connected goes back to about 13.8 billion years ago. For the first few hundred generations of the plant the farmer keeps the seed of the best producers to get better and better crops. Before that in the wild the plants grow on their own and which ever is more fit to survive than the others get to survive to continue on their line. 4  billion years before that the atoms that made up the plant were swirling in a giant dust cloud that would be someday be the planets and the sun. Around 9 billion years before that there was a sudden flash of light that cooled down to create all the hydrogen that fuse together in the future generations of stars that would become the plant and the gardener. Now I wish I was a better at weeding.

April 12, 2011

To whoever is reading this blog

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 1:40 pm

I am sorry for not posting here and I probably won’t be posting for a while. I got a little distracted and been looking for a job with not much success. Also my computer died. In addition I have a couple of large projects that envolve moving several tons of material so I do not know when I will posting next.

December 15, 2010

Our town got flooded

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 7:51 pm

Due to snow already on the ground and high rain fall on Monday our little town got flooded and here are a few pictures that got emailed to me about it.

October 21, 2010

Why the English Won’t have their own space shuttle

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidlpf @ 9:05 pm

Recently I have been watch Top Gear and this is my favorite bit ever.

Older Posts »

The WordPress Classic Theme. Create a free website or blog at


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.