APRIL 28, 2020
INTO STRANGE SHORES
----THE TIERRAN FRONTIER
Sounding forth the trumpet that  never sounded
retreat
Welcome fellow travelers on
Lifeboat Earth

Dennis L Pearson
Sitting in the reconstructed Oval Office of George H.W Bush in College
Station Texas
Wrote this in a Compressor Station at Bethlehem Steel
shortly after the death of John Lennon ----

"Where are we going? ...What directions do we give? ...The
meaning of life is so myriad ..

Fortunes are amassed Fortunes are lost ... People are
constantly seen scurrying about ...

Look to the divine to see the holy word. Nothing really
matters except it be inspired by these holy words.  

In Truth I can say . The eternal is more important than the
temporal.

Some people live to be 100 years old or more ... Other
people die before they even leave the womb or are born...

Some people are well remembered even while they lie cold.
While other people are dead in spirit and become  
unremembered even while they remain alive.

Where are we going? That's for you to decide ... Will our
actions be constructive or lead to an immediate or eventual
decline ...

Fortunes are still made and still lost ... And people are still
scurrying about....

(With this addition to the poem as a result of circumstances
surrounding the recent CoVid 19 global pandemic.)

And people are still inclined to scurrying about despite the
urge of Caesar that in a time of health national emergency
we hunker down at home and deny ourselves the right of
assembly whether it is to honor the one who died on the
cross for our sins or just to socialize...

In regard to latter it is up to you to find the way to honor
God whether it is through virtual devices or physical
attendance. But in regard to the social, be safe, be careful,
just don't do the wrong thing for your family and your health.

Recently the Comet station brought back a SCI-FY former TV
show called the Sliders ... The show is about a quartet of 4
people who found the way to travel into different dimensions
of different Earths through passage through a wormhole.
So, I wonder during this year of the pause . When did we all
pass through a wormhole which took all of us into a different
dimension where things are now very different then before.
How long must we endure this dimension. When will a new
wormhole appear to take us all to a different dimension of
Earth ... Hopefully this dimension will be better for us all ...
And not worse.

What is a dimension, and how many are there?
By Robert Lamb

As you've probably noticed, we live in a world defined by
three spatial dimensions and one dimension of time. In other
words, it only takes three numbers to pinpoint your physical
location at any given moment. On Earth, these coordinates
the dimensions of length, width and height (or depth). Slap a
time stamp on those coordinates, and you're pinpointed in
time as well.

To strip that down even more, a one-dimensional world
would be like a single bead on a measured thread. You can
the 6-inch (15-centimeter) mark.

Now let's upgrade to a two-dimensional world. This is
essentially a flat map, like the playing field in games such as
Battleship or chess. You just need length and width to
determine location. In Battleship, all you have to do is say
"E5," and you know the location is a convergence of the
horizontal "E" line and the vertical "5" line.

Now let's add one more dimension. Our world factors height
(depth) into the equation .While locating a submarine's exact
location in Battleship only requires two numbers, a real-life
submarine would demand a third coordinate of depth. Sure,
it might be charging along on the surface, but it might also
be hiding 800 feet (244 meters) beneath the waves. Which
will it be?

Could there be a fourth spatial dimension? Well, that's a
tricky question because we currently can't perceive or
measure anything beyond the dimensions of length, width
and height. Just as three numbers are required to pinpoint a
location in a three-dimensional world, a four-dimensional
world would require four.

At this very moment, you're likely positioned at a particular
longitude, latitude and altitude. Walk a little to your left, and
you'll alter your longitude or latitude or both. Stand on a
chair in the exact same spot, and you'll alter your altitude.
Here's where it gets hard: Can you move from your current
location without altering your longitude, latitude or altitude?
You can't, because there's not a fourth spatial dimension for
us to move through.

But the fact that we can't move through a fourth spatial
dimension or perceive one doesn't necessarily rule out its
existence. In 1919, mathematician Theodor Kaluza theorized
that a fourth spatial dimension might link general relativity
and electromagnetic theory [source: Groleau]. But where
would it go? Theoretical physicist Oskar Klein later revised
the theory, proposing that the fourth dimension was merely
curled up, while the other three spatial dimensions are
extended. In other words, the fourth dimension is there, only
it's rolled up and unseen, a little like a fully retracted tape
measure. Furthermore, it would mean that every point in our
three-dimensional world would have an additional fourth
spatial dimension rolled away inside it.

String theorists, however, need a slightly more complicated
vision to empower their superstring theories about the
cosmos. In fact, it's quite easy to assume they're showing off
a bit in proposing 10 or 11 dimensions including time.

Wait, don't let that blow your mind just yet. One way of
envisioning this is to imagine that each point of our 3-D world
contains not a retracted tape measure, but a curled-up, six-
dimensional geometric shape. One such example is a Calabi-
Yau shape, which looks a bit like a cross between a mollusk,
an M.C. Escher drawing and a "Star Trek" holiday ornament
[source: Bryant].

Think of it this way: A concrete wall looks solid and firm from
a distance. Move in closer, however, and you'll see the
dimples and holes that mark its surface. Move in even closer,
and you'd see that it's made up of molecules and atoms. Or
consider a cable: From a distance it appears to be a single,
thick strand. Get right next to it, and you'll find that it's
woven from countless strands. There's always greater
complexity than meets the eye, and this hidden complexity
may well conceal all those tiny, rolled-up dimensions.
Yet, we can only remain certain of our three spatial
dimensions and one of time. If other dimensions await us,
they're beyond our limited perception -- for now.

Sources

Bryant, Jeff. "Higher Dimensions from String Theory." Wolfram Research. (Aug.
26, 2010)http://members.wolfram.com/jeffb/visualization/stringtheory.shtml

Groleau, Rick. "Imagining Other Dimensions." The Elegant Universe. July 2003.
(Aug. 26, 2010)http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/dimensions.html

Kornreich, Dave. "What is a dimension?" Ask a Scientist. January 1999. (Aug. 26,
2010)http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/question.php?number=4

Vogt, Nicole. "Astronomy 110G: Introduction to Astronomy: The Expansion of
the Universe." New Mexico State University. 2010. (Aug. 26, 2010)http://astronomy.
nmsu.edu/nicole/teaching/ASTR110/lectures/lecture28 /
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The idea of time travel has been intriguing experts for centuries, with many
claiming the feat would be impossible. However, one scientist believes it one day
will become a reality, but it will involve travelling to a parallel universe. This is
because ‘now’ can only exist once on our timeline, but if parallel Universes do exist
where reality virtually mirrors our own, then it may be possible to access those
timelines.

Marshall Barnes, an independent researcher who is a specialist in temporal
physics and advanced concept science and technology, made the claim, stating
that time needs to exist in a linear form for us to live.

Theoretically, this could mean there are other linear timelines in parallel Universes
which might be accessible, Mr Barnes claims.

He writes on Q&A site Quora: “If time didn’t exist, nothing could move, vibrate,
change, etc. Since it does, then time is real and it is time that allows those things
and space is where they happen
Inspiration poem called The Year of the Pause
by Michael C. Ryan
of Templemore, County Tippary, Ireland

The Year of the Pause.

The world is busy. People are busy.
Hustle and bustle. Choas and pandemonium in an every
day world.
People too busy to talk. Too busy to think. Too busy to say
hello.
Passing each other without notice.
Going here. Going there. Going nowhere.
Watching the clock.
This is on. That is on. I have to be someplace.
Suddenly..........it stops.
Pandemic it is. Isolation, social distancing , cocooning all at
once.
Stop the spread. Stop everything.
Stop this "thing "
Stay where you are.
We stop.
We pause.
Nowhere to go.
Time to think.
Time to pause.
2020.... The Year of the Pause.
Michael Ryan 5-04-2020





















Another Inspiration Poem called Song of Hope
2020 by Michael C. Ryan

Song of Hope 2020.

Saturday morning, sun is shining.
Front door opens, a sound is heard.
A tree in front of me, a sound comes from there.
Looking up in the sunshine, stands the silhouette of a bird.
Standing straight with head held high.
Breaking the silence, a song is sung.
A song from the heart.
A song of Hope.
A song to calm our anguished hearts in time of virus that
keeps us alone and keeps us apart.
A Song of Hope . A Bird of Hope.

Michael Ryan 5-04-2020
From Left to Right
Eleanor Mae (Dougherty) Pearson
Dennis L. Pearson
Michael Ryan and his
family
Words of Wisdom from Mother Theresa

Mother Mary Teresa Bojaxhiu , honored in the Catholic Church as Saint Teresa of
Calcutta, was an Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun and missionary. She was born in
Skopje (now the capital of North Macedonia), then part of the Kosovo Vilayet of the
Ottoman Empire. After living in Skopje for eighteen years, she moved to Ireland and then
to India, where she lived for most of her life.

People are often unreasonable, illogical, and self-centered;
forgive them anyway.
If you are kind, People may accuse you of selfish, ulterior
motives; Be kind anyway.
If you are successful, you will win some false friends and some
true enemies; Succeed anyway.
If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you; Be honest
and frank anyway.
What you spend years building, someone could destroy
overnight; Build anyway.
If you find serenity and happiness, there may be jealousy; be
happy anyway.
The good you do today people will often forget tomorrow; Do
good anyway.
Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough;
Give the world the best you've got anyway. You see, in the final
analysis, it is between you and God; it was never between you
and them anyway.-
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