The below photos depict the time-frame for starting seeds using the recycled 2 Liter Bottle Planter
View the 2 Liter Bottle Planter for step-by-step instructions on making a planter from recycled 2 liter bottles.
This video shows the Moonflower pedal’s opening in high-speed. Moonflowers will open their bloom’s shortly after sunset. You will notice a shaking-like movement of the Moonflower vines while it’s pedals are opening. The wind was calm during the filming. I became curious as to why the plant was moving so vigorously. I watered the vines about 30 minutes before filming and assume it was the transfer of energy from the water to the plant vines. (The transfer of energy is noted by an event such as lightning, steam, wind, etc.)
I started growing the Moon Flower vine in 2010. The Moon Flower grows rapidly based on three observations I documented in 2010:
(a) minimum of 50-60% direct sunlight
(b) water utilized per growth rate
(c) vines can be controlled from overgrowth
I am preparing Moon Flower beds located in low lying areas of my yard where rain run-off may become problematic:
Gravitation = nothing can exist on it’s own accord
Quote from answers.com:
“Why can’t you see the back side of the moon?”
You cannot see the “back side of the Moon” because that is the part of the Moon that faces away from the earth. When you look at the Moon, you always see the “front side,” the side that faces Earth.
This is because the Moon is in synchronous rotation, which means it rotates on its axis in about the same time it takes to orbit the Earth. This results in it keeping nearly the same face turned towards the Earth at all times. This is caused by gravity, and the Moon is said to be “tidally locked” with the Earth.
I would consider the front side being a position of anything I observe opposite my field of vision provided it is illuminated. The front of a car is opposite my field of vision; the front of a aircraft is opposite the pilot and passengers field of vision; when I knock on your front door, it is opposite my field of vision.
In our solar system, we consider the front side as being the side of an object directly opposite the sun (facing the sun). When I view the moon, am I looking at the front side or the backside? From my perspective, I am viewing the front side. From the sun’s perspective, I am facing neither the front side nor the backside. I am facing that portion of the moon that is illuminated by the sun. If earth is the moon’s source of illumination from my perspective then again, I am neither facing the front side nor the backside. I now know that I am not the point of measurement for determining what is the front side and what is the backside.
The front side of anything is that area opposite the source of illumination otherwise I wouldn’t see it. Yet, if I take out the “human visable spectrum“, the front side is the side of an object opposite and facing whatever it is attracting or pulling on it. On earth the front side is the side facing the sun. At night, I would be on the backside. Yet, if I take gravity into account, the front side of two objects would be the area of gravitational flux between the two objects opposite one another.
The front side in space is the gravitational field itself between two objects. (pulling or attraction)
Based on the above, it would seem there is no back side in space. Yet, if one were to examine opposites, the back side in space is the source (or object) facing and pushing all other objects outwards. (pushing or expansion)
I have been following ToemanX on YouTube. ToemanX is what I would call a “superconductor” on the scale of equilibrium. When I see one of his videos, my mind starts working, I feel energized (as if he is directing energy towards me). I would call ToemanX a modern day Tesla.
Thanks for getting my mind working Jack!
Moon photos taken on Jan 20, 2010
Moon photos taken on March 27, 2010. Click photos to view full resolution (3,008px × 2,000px) .
These are technically called “Crepuscular rays” (say that 3 times real fast)
Why are insects attracted to light at night? Think about this for a minute. For some reason, I always thought insects are attracted to light at night for protection (is this what you may have thought one time or another too). Then I asked myself “protection from what”? Birds? Most birds don’t fly at night. Spiders? Well I know this from the past summer, if you leave your outside light off, spiders will not build webs around the light. If you leave it on, periodically or full time, spiders begin building webs. Frogs? The only time I see a tree frog positioning itself near the light is when it is on. And last OR should I say FIRST – the insects themselves…..if you leave the light off the insects are no where to be found….turn it on for an hour or so, and insects of all types begin to appear. I live along the southeastern coast where the humidity is high so when I turn my light on, the entire porch gets bombarded.
So here it goes……please note I approached this as a child of fascination. I’m not making any factual claims, trying to prove or disprove anything to anyone, or making any factual claims…..the below are my observations and conclusions.
The Mosquito Eater is receiving an energy recharge. This insect is called the “Crane Fly”. I observed it moving around the lampshade for a few minutes until positioning itself at what I prefer to call the lampshade’s event horizon. It then started waving it’s bottom leg back and forth. After 15 minutes of so of this action, the tip of it’s leg began glowing brighter and brighter (luminescence). It then placed it’s leg in a stationary position and became completely still. I was somewhat fascinated observing the tip of it’s leg glowing with naked eye so I grabbed my Nikon D-70 with 200x lens. After setting up the tripod and zooming in, I started seeing what appeared to be blues, purples, and reds fluctuating up and down the it’s leg . I ruled out the lamp illuminating various colors on it’s leg due to the fact it was completely still. This crane fly stayed on the lamp shade for about 2 hours. It would start waving it’s leg back and forth occasionally. It then flew off, made its way out of my room, the living room, and out the sliding glass door which was cracked about 3 inches. The total distance it traveled to get outside the house was over 100 feet and then made it’s way through a 3 inch opening in the sliding glass door – incredible. It returned the next night and performed the same actions. Make sure you click to fully enlarge to view the various visible wavelengths (refer to http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8a/Electromagnetic-Spectrum.png for reference)
I believe the glowing tip on the leg (appearing after 15 minutes) was the event area due to transfer of energy above equilibrium, In other words, releasing energy because the Crane Fly was above equilibrium thus superconducting. When energy is transferred between conduits (or mediums) we usually see and event, such as lighting, steam, etc….
Now here is the kicker…..the Crane Fly only did this on the lamp in my room that had an incandescent light bulb (which emit only around 10% of their energy as visible light and the remainder as infrared). I have two exact lamps, one with a incandescent light bulb and one with a fluorescence. I never observed this behavior on my other lamp, the same type of lamp but containing a fluorescence bulb.
Out of curiosity, I began leaving my sliding glass door open a few feet. Other Crane Flies started showing up at night. Their behavior was consistent but their proximity and action to the incandescent lamp was noticeably different than that of my 4 foot fluorescence tube light fixture (3 lights). I observed their event horizon was farther when receiving energy from the lamp with the incandescent light bulb and closer for the fluorescence tube. They would practically rest on the surface of the fluorescence tube. The majority of the time, they would stay an inch or more from the fluorescence tube. About two-thirds to three-quarters less heat is given off by fluorescent lamps compared to an equivalent incandescent lamp.
My conclusion is insects are attracted to light due to energy needed in the infrared spectrum (heat).
What is your take on this?