Art is about two colors for Danny Heim

This is from the Gallup Independent newspaper published 7/11/2015. Sorry but you have to subscribe to view it on online so I sort of reproduced it here, umm. :(

Art is about two colors for Danny Heim


Laura London

Staff writer

E L MORRO — Artist Danny Heim’s work “Black & Blue Cowboys” is featured in ongoing exhibits in El Morro at Old School Gallery on New Mexico Highway 53, as well as across the road at Ancient Way Cafe.
Heim said he’s been producing artwork since about 2009 when he started in Taos.
“The whole artistic thing for me is new,” Heim said. “I consider myself fortunate — there are people who have been doing art for decades and never had a show.”
Heim said he doesn’t make a lot of money selling his work, but has had some success. In addition to Old School Gallery and Ancient Way Cafe, he submitted work to some shops in Taos and did pretty well there.
“But I couldn’t make a living at it — I would be a starving artist, definitely,” Heim laughed.
Heim grew up in Kansas and said his family moved around a lot.
“My dad was a hobo, basically,” he said. “Our family was kind of gypsied out.”
Heim has lived on his land in El Morro about eight years and says he’ll “probably be there till I die.” He previously worked in construction, has been a database developer and worked as an administrator for an environmental group in St. Louis.
Heim said he has recently backed off from doing shows and promoting his work as he experiments and further develops his style.
“But I think I’m ready for a new round,” he said.
By next spring he hopes to be showing in Taos again and perhaps Santa Fe.
Heim said he has no formal training in art or art history; he just enjoys creating.
“I don’t really understand art … As far as my knowledge of art, you could probably stick that in a thimble,” he said.
He also writes, especially poetry on personal subjects and environmental issues. He estimates he has about 130 poems in his portfolio, and mentioned he has won some poetry awards in online contests. He may publish a book of poetry at some point.

Heim mentioned he has done a lot of writing as an activist on social and environmental issues, including some articles published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as well as New Harvest online magazine.
Heim’s artwork is minimalist, with clean lines and mainly only two colors: black and blue. He focuses on Western themes including cowboys, Indians and Southwestern landscapes — but he said he likes to throw in the occasional UFO or strange creature.
Most of the work is on a plain blue background with silhouetted black characters, landscapes and moons, and gives a somewhat moody impression. Although one piece — “High Fast Ball — A Self Portrait” featuring a naked woman sailing through the air with a catcher’s mitt to retrieve a flying baseball — seems to portray a whimsical side. Another piece, “Hidden Village,” features kivas and includes earthen tones.
Heim said black and blue is what is special about what he does. He has done some textured pieces and even added white to some of the black and blue works. He said he sometimes ventures into full-color pieces and recently has explored the abstract, but with the next round, “I think I will go back to hard-core black and blue.” He said his original works were in India ink on a blue pastel background, but because of the strong fumes from the India ink he started using acrylics. However, he plans to get a mask and get back to the India ink because “ink is thebest.” “The way it works with the pastel, it gives it a strong appearance,” Heim explained. “I’m portraying the iconic West, which is good inink.” Heim says some of his inspiration comes from Hopi influences, the rock and barren landscape of the Southwest and old western films.
“I watched a lot of that when I was a kid,” he said.
He said his favorites are black and white films from the 1950s, especially featuring John Wayne. He feels the black and white Westerns were much better than those that came out later, and said the black and white feel of the films comes out in his work.
Heim said he makes his own boards with masonite and puts wooden backing on them. He started doing that because it is a lot less expensive and he can do a lot more art.
“I have a lot of pieces not shown yet,” he said.
Heim’s work can be viewed at his website:






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The Big Deal Pope, I Mean the Pope’s Big Deal

pope-encyclical-climate-articleInlineThis thing with the pope, his encyclical and all…it’s a big deal. Much bigger than I think one can see right off the bat, if I may presume. The first and foremost and only thing to realize about what he is doing is something very simple to comprehend. He is simply doing what Jesus would do, you know, that thing Christians say a lot, but maybe don’t mean? Well, Pope Francis does.

His concern, his mission…is to do what Jesus said to do, “heal the sick, feed the poor”. He is behaving like any person who knows what Jesus wanted him or her to be like, you know, the code dude, the freaking Golden Rule man. “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” It is the fundamental basis for human reason, for common sense, and for logical deduction. Yeah, that’s this pope, he does that shit, he does what Jesus guided him to do, it’s right there in the fucking bible man. That’s the deal, see?

Now here’s a thing I wrestle with so much I actually gotta get to the place to just let the fucking thing go, I mean I gotta do that a lot. And that is how the fuck is it we got so many great academics in this world right now in the 21st Century, and they can’t see this simple thing the Pope is up to. If you follow and understand what Jesus was about in the bible, and yeah ya got over look a couple deals, but if you just pay attention the stuff in red and forgo the editorializing bulshit, then you’ll see the simple messages of Jesus, I mentioned two already, but the last and final one is the simplest of them all but says it all, “love one another”.

But see I don’t get it, there are things from those understandings that would tell us exactly what to do with our current situation, that being that we are on a path to total destruction.  Well, even the fact we are on that path is not understood by many of our supposed great minds, still there are quite a few who do, but, the net result is blindest to the simple truths of our time, and the finite responses to those truths available to us.

First off, the fundamental reason we are set to this blindness is because we let go of some things we’ve had in our consciousness since we walked upright, and that is the instincts to protect, defend and live for the basics to life itself, those being food, water, clothing and shelter. These were not only meant to be number one in our lives and what our collective mind to be fixed on, these were also our religion, these were worshiped as though a manifestation of Christ. And then suddenly, in geologic times scales anyway, in a moment we let all that go out of our collective mind and food, water, clothing, and shelter became completely taken for granted and set to a non-consciousness priority in our lives and culture. At least in those societies that dominate and rule the world, making it a global persona to be reckoned with.

See ya gotta check this closely, ya gotta look at it, think it back, go back to then, be there and understand your instincts, then you’ll see why the pope is doing what he’s doing and why it makes perfect, logical sense.

I suppose the first step, the next step for human kind is to get the collective mind awakened. To realize we have to become a single purpose society, that this is the next logical move, that we center everything on healing and on reckoning with our basic natures. It doesn’t mean we go swinging in trees, that we stop being smart technologically and scientifically, but we do have to go back to a consciousness we had many millenniums ago, and we have to reclaim it as something most high. This is actually some what of what the pope’s encyclical is, a return to fundamental common sense by once again making food, water, clothing and shelter our central purpose for living and the foundation of our happiness. It’s that or we’re gonna die. This should be understood by now, and I am shocked on a daily basis that it is not. But maybe this pope is on the road to bringing that awakening.  I truly hope so, it would be the miracle needed to set our road straight and long lasting.  That’s all I gotta say for now.

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Who Will We Be?

imagesYou know I think about evolution a lot, in fact, my blog is called Evolve Now in case you didn’t notice. Yeah and one of the things I think about is what-a-we gonna be like in a 1000 years? Assuming we survive that is.  But lets say we do.

OK here’s another question or two…or three. I want you to really think about these particular questions cuz they tell a lot about how we think right now. But first we gotta make some assumptions. That we’ve survived is one obvious assumption but also that we’ve survived well. In other words we’ve finally got it right and life is sustainable and happy for all species involved with living on planet Earth. Yeah we’ve stopped climate havoc, we’ve done away with war, with hate, with crime; all the bad stuff.  So given that, here’s the questions:

  1. Will we still have an average of 3000 square foot homes?
  2. Will we still have malls?
  3. Will we all be rich, or will we all be poor, or something else?

Note that these question have a certain purpose I’m trying to get at but they are also just starters on getting you thinking about how things will look and be; you can come up with your own questions if you don’t like these. But I tell ya, I didn’t call this blog Evolve Now for nothing.  Yeah cuz we ain’t got a 1000 years to evolve, we gotta do it now. And so when you answer these questions to yourself, or in a comment here or on FB, however, please give yourself a minute to think it over and come up with “your” answers.  And if you have answers, then ask yourself what are you willing to do to bring about the evolution you see coming, or should come by whatever standards you’ve come up with. Good luck.

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1467436_10151678631130496_1400231111_n Well hell, here we go, la-de-fuckn’-dah, death and death again. Here’s what I’m going through and if you would please comment and tell me what you see and feel. I hear about the Western Black Rhino is now god damn mother fucking EXTINCT!! FUCK!! I think my bones are rattling. Yeah, yeah I know–what about the smaller little bugs and plants doing the same, yeah I know the big guys get all the attention, I get it but god dammit some things just ring bells in you head and heart that shake your guts up, like this shit.

I am writing about this cuz I’m afraid I’m getting too affected by the condition of planet earth. I live remotely and I guess you could say I get very insulated out here, sorta lopped off from the trends, happenings, the goods and the bads of civil life so maybe that’s what’s up. But it seems when I hear shit like this I get so fucked up about it and a feeling of impending doom seems to hover over me. I don’t like it.

Hey look, I wrote off recovery from the industrial world a long time ago, we’re fucked and about the only hope is that when we start to go we go quick, and more so that I ain’t here when it happens. I wanna live out my life in peace and harmony being some kinda nut out here in the wilderness unaffected by the FUCKING FUCKED UP HUMAN RACE AND ITS GOD DAMN I WANNA BE A RAP STAR AND BE FAMOUS SHIT AND CARRY A GUN ON MY HIP AND SHOOT ANY FUCKING ANIMAL THAT AIN’T GOT A GOD DAMN DAY LEFT ON EARTH!

But see, this stuff invades my little world and I suppose I could not get on the net and never listen to Navaho NPR (that’s all I get out here) and never go to my friend’s house while he’s watching TV or SOME GOD DAMN THING! I don’t know. But I do know this, it’s hell in a hand basket time and I guess if you’re one of those activist like I used to be then good fucking luck keeping your sanity and realize that if you are sane in the midst of all this you’re probably nuts.

It’s pain, I feel this pain and I guess I could be glad I feel it but FUCK NO! I don’t want to feel the kinda pain that witnessing social, environmental, cultural demoralization and devastation bring. No way. Get me outa here! Ah, whatever.

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When to Shut Up—Always

download1I been a seek since I’s about 14 years old, maybe even as early as 10. It caused me to talk to myself asking questions to the sky, wondering where the fuck do I fit in. I always heard about how we are all one, that everything in the universe is connected. Well I don’t often get that but even when I do, it seems like something no so important to my immediate place in time. A nice thought, but it doesn’t really do much for my day to day life.

As a seek these kind of questions and realizations would seem important, so I thought and I wondered if I was misplaced in my employment as a seek. But oddly, my feelings of inadequacy regarding this pushed me even further into seekhood.  It made me talk more to myself, ask even more questions and as that effort always wound up a net zero I began to wonder if I should just give it up. Of course I never have, it seems that this condition is built in to my psyche, so I had to abandoned the idea of abandoning my need to seek. Oh well.

Eventually my continued seeking lead me to Indian ways, particularly the Hopi. Yeah that was a good thing, finally, and it seemed to answer a lot of my seeking questions, though I couldn’t tell you exactly what the answers were. Suffice it to say I “found” something there that I had never found before in all my seeking.  However, the seeking has continued, on and on. Yet, after that great and nourishing Hopi nectar the seeking slowed way down as I had a ground to land on from time to time by thinking “Hopi”. Yeah that’s good cuz I still got that gift with me today.

Still, questions are a plenty, seeking is with me everyday at least for a minute, though usually much more. The difference now is I don’t take nearly as serious as I once did. I removed the wondering and replaced it with the notion of work. That is work to become as distant from modern life as I can be by living in poverty. So that’s helped, but I still get to feeling inadequate as a seek, like I’m just a wanna-be, but it don’t bug me so much as it used to, that’s good.

So I’ve kept trudging along the seek path, proud to be there, fighting the good fight against industrialization, all that. And for the past year as I’ve trudged an idea, or more a construct has been forming in my mind. It kinda comes out of nowhere and catches me by surprise, like that’s the way it’s supposed to happen, from wherever or whoever it’s coming from. It says to me, “sit there like a rock, and be where you are on your land, being its steward and caretaker; make it a walk in beauty and be one rock sitting among it.” Yeah, something like that. It does feel good, it feels solid, though it is elusive.  And I don’t mind the elusive thing, which also seems like it’s supposed to be that way.

See as a seek, I been a nervous Nelly, in some kinda hurry to connect and be in the breath of nature or some god damn thing I don’t know what, it’s nuts. I don’t necessarily regret that and I’d like to resolve it, but I never would run from it and become an accountant or salesman…whatever, oh no, my god that’d be hell. Don’t get me wrong, it ain’t like I never get the connect I’m looking for, in fact, it is the many wondrous and enlightening experiences I’ve had as a seek that keeps me on its path. My dilemma has been that I seemed to want to stayed connected 24 hours a day, thus the nervous Nelly.

So back to this recent awakening to be a sitting rock on my land, I am growing more in this as time is going by. The truth is I’ve always known about this sitting rock thing, it has been part of my enlightenment as a seek. In fact, most all of my connects have started this way. Do you understand what I am saying when I say “connects”? Cuz see, that’s the whole meaning of  being a seek, as least for me it is. I seek to connect. With what is always up for grabs but 9 times out of 10 it is with nature, no, 10 out of 10 really. It’s always that. Though “nature” in this case comes in many forms. Most of the time I call it spirits, I’m looking to connect with spirits. It’s a nectar thing.

Being this sitting rock is quite obvious as to what that means, it means meditating, being quiet and listening. It means shut the fuck up and listen.  What’s new to me in this experience is I am finding what I am listening to does not result in learning, in direction, in commandments or “my next step” kinda shit. No, it’s just listening, connecting with how the earth feels, what state of mind she’s in, and all that is happening is I get to enjoy that, or sometimes cry over it cuz she’s not always happy, she is mortal you know. She’s just another person to get to know. She’ll die someday just like the rest of life does. Her sun will blow up and she’ll go with it.

So nothing new under the sun in my seek world really, I just gotta shut the fuck up and listen, that’s all.

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Anger Addiction: It’s Why We Fight


Everyone now and then, maybe once or twice a year I head over the home of skeptics, Climate Change Dispatch, a place to rock and roll on climate debate…if you wish that kinda pain. There you will find a taste of idiocy that will startle you as you will see complete lies, blatant stupidity, zeal gone crazy, fucked u…wait a minute…they say that same thing about me…yeah, ME! )humm

Yeah that’s right, they do say those very same things about me. And I gotta ask myself, why the fuck is that? How can this be? If I say they’re stupid, and they say I’m stupid, then that can’t be unless we are all stupid…

Yeah see I could get stuck in that rotation for an eternity and I’m tellin’ ya, I ain’t gonna do it. At some point with the wheel you gotta say to yourself you’re the one who’s spinning it.

Well, I did a little experiment on this the last couple days over there at Climate Change Dispatch (CCD) that demonstrates this dynamic. I didn’t intend to do it when I went there at first; the experiment came up while engaged with my fellow anger idiots. Admittedly, that place ain’t exactly a representation of the population when it comes to talking about anger issues and how they bring us to fighting, but it sure can make how it works quite clear. Sometimes it takes looking at the extreme side of a thing to see where the thing itself originates. To the point: the fighting is the thing we desire and the reason is only the vehicle.  In the case of climate debate, it’s no different, in fact, 99.9% of engaged climate debate/confrontation immediately results in anger and sets off the addiction to anger that we all have. I mean god damn, am I saying anything anybody don’t know here? It’s pretty obvious.  And of course very obvious when it happen among radicals, and especially when it’s radicals from both sides debating…whoa! But like I said, it really clears up reality on what it is we do with each other, and that is fight.

You say, “Well hey buddy I don’t live in the radical world, I don’t do that.” No, no, we all do it, some just more than others and with more drastic results, but we all do it at some level, it’s a base addiction. In fact, I’d believe that anger, and particularly expressing anger, is the basis for all addictions. You could say that anger is the God and ruler of all addictions.

Before I ever got into the climate change issue, I was into an issue that is still very relevant to me today and that is sociopolitical polarization.  Man, it’s the motherfucker of the motherfuckers. Anyway, for a very long time now I’ve been trying to understand why and what causes sociopolitical polarization, and in the last couple years I think I am finally getting close to understanding it. I have many times gone to people online in forums, on face book, comment sections, wherever, and I try to get their opinions on “why and what causes sociopolitical polarization”.  This is what I just did at CCD, and then the resulting experiment which I’ll get into later.

OK, in the case of climate change I get the same basic answer from both sides which is that the issue has been politicized and confiscated by the far left and right in order to meet their respective agendas…yeah, uh hah.

In find that answer sounding good, and it certainly is true that it happens as I can attest to it cuz I do it. I mean my ultimate hopes for the world is that we get rid of materialism and become farmers and I use climate change to make that argument. So yeah political confiscation sounds good but it just don’t seem to cover it, the god damn thing is too automatic. Sociopolitical polarization is everywhere and in involved in every major issue, as soon as you believe a thing, some fucker’s gonna believe the opposite. Why? Cuz that fucker has a need to get angry and express it and he’s addicted to that need; end of story.

Yeah I could call it instinct, a natural part of human nature, but nah, it’s addiction and we all got it. Some chronic, some barely there with it, but it’s there. And now it’s something we can’t live with, it’s become a serious thing and it’s gotta go or were gonna be dead by it. All addictions lead to disaster, and here we go to ours as a collective…well, that’s another article. Let’s stick with this at the personal level, and really, there is no difference in the experience at the collective level, it’s the same the thing the individual experiences, which is fighting and anger.

OK, I think I may have just conducted an experiment that might just prove this theory, at least a little. Here’s what I presented to the group at CCD when I first got there. Note that I’d previously introduced myself and this was the second encounter:

Well, we’ve had fun here before, is Gator still about?
And hey, I come in peace.:)
I just like to hear all sides from time to time, to be honest, it’s more of a socio/cultural reason that I come here. Mostly my interest is to find out why there is such polarization on not just climate change, but just about every dang issue that means anything. Anyways, that’s what I’m here about, ignore me if you wish, or please give me your thoughts, on for instance why does one set of people, you here, think that the ice is fine, while another set, like me, think it’s going to hell? How do these extremes in thought happen? I’d like anyone’s opinion. I’m not here to argue climate change, I’m here to find out why we are so different. Aren’t you all curious about that?

Here is an example of the industry standard answer, depending on what side you’re on, though it don’t matter:

I think there are some major issues which need to be resolved. I am not a conspiracist theroy person but it appears to me that some wool is being pulled over our eyes and the climate debate is being politicised. It also appears to me that the whole debate has been elevated beyond the the realms of normal scientific challenge and that it is out of bounds to challenge findings about AGW although challenging findings process is the normal scientific process.
To give one example of how the whole debate has become distorted. The 97% consensus argument by Cook and Nuticcelli. They clearly claim it’s 97% of scientific papers but some scientists write a significant volume of papers so if the claim were to be how many scientist it would probably be around the 20% mark.
I get an uneasy feeling when so many scientists push their conclusions upon us without giving us the real opportunity to decide for ourselves. I think they’ve stolen the ball and are running away with it to play by themselves.

And here’s an answer from a radical, could be either side, content don’t matter, listen to the anger:

It’s incredibly simple. As we explained to you once already. They key to what your asking lies in what you state you do not want to talk about. The FACTS about climate change. IE: That every single CAGW model has failed.
The Co2 Warming “hypothesis” has been refuted by observations. The Scientific Method has no place for “opinion”, democracy or the delphi technique.
Only whether you “hypothesis” can be disproven when compared to experiment. “If it disagrees with experiment it’s wrong!”
Every single CAGW model prediction has failed this test.
Your passive aggressive political science approach is tiresome and irrelevant.

Now, notice that he accused me of being passive aggressive, and guess what, I was. And of course, he was just plain aggressive, but both of us guilty of…anger. So what happens from there you can explore yourself in two separate articles at CCD,  Flashback 2009: John Kerry’s Epic Fail On An Ice-Free Arctic By 2015, and Pope Ponders Paganism. I mean to tell ya, it goes nuts from there but you’ll see the anger for sure. As soon as they accused me of coming there in sheep’s clothing to convert them I got immediately pissed and started…fighting.  They fought back and what is evident is a “fight”, but you know what, nothing more than that.

It was also at that moment I decided to do an experiment and that was to see how long this thing could go before they would leave me alone or ask me to leave. They never did, I could still be there playing the game with them and believe me it got nuts. All the way to one guy trying to dig up dirt on me, and did, and posted it! That’s pretty serious anger. But hey, not so long ago I may have done the same thing, so…

I hinted many times they could ask me to leave, but see, they were too addicted to the event to do that, the juice would be gone if they kicked me out; addiction not fed. I’ve admitted to myself my getting angry and participating in this, though very differently from them and for the experiment but still I was emotionally there as much as them. However I been working on this shit within myself pretty hard the last couple years and the worst thing you can do about anger addiction is deny it, it’ll boot you in the ass as it has me many times over. But as soon as you recognize it and admit you got it, you take a huge portion of its power away. These guys at CCD do this anger dance everyday, every day. I used to do that, now like I say I expose myself maybe twice a year to climate debate. The last few times I’ve come away learning something, which is always about anger, I never learn anything else in these scenarios, just about anger and its power.

These same fights go on everywhere, from congress to the old men at Monday morning McDonald’s. Like I said earlier, it’s another article and would show the implications of the anger at the larger levels or collective level, and so I won’t go into it here. However, I believe the conclusions about the collective experience are easily derived. But there’s something one must do in order to truly see where this thing is at today. First and foremost, you have to assume that you are just as screwy, just as fucked up, just as wrong as the guy you are accusing of the same things. I mean you gotta believe it too, you gotta really let go of your biases, and when you do that you will see most all of this debate ain’t much more than guys and gals sitting around having anger cocktails. Even though the issues involved could be life threatening. I’m trying to stop it myself and have quite a bit for myself, but at the collective level it’s so lethal I hope we see it soon.  OK, that’s all I wanted to say.

5-18-15–This is an add in after further thought about something. Call it a conclusion. The lesson from this is there is no point in debating skeptics, not at this stage of the game anyway. If there are still people who think we’re dandy, well, they’ll have to be shown. It’s like same sex marriage, abortion, legalizing pot, whatever, it’s one of those things people have there minds made up on, again, at this stage of the game. I strongly suggest you not debate those kinda of people. I can only really say this to climate activist and be completely confident about its reality, but I also am sure it applies too many issues, I just wouldn’t know the degree, but with climate change? I’d say let the debate go and do what you can to save as many as you can.  All’s one can do in regards to skeptics is refute their claims for the innocents sake, but do not discuss climate change with them or argue their claims, never, it’s too late for that.

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Gravity: the Measured Illusion


The search for the graviton particle is no longer necessary if my hypotenuse proves to be theory.  Gravity is only an illusion, not an undiscovered particle; yet, it is useable in exacting physics equations. Gravity is measurable, but not detectable.  That is because “what is happening” (as oppose to) “what is there” makes the distinguishing difference. Nothing is there but something is happening.

What is happening?

We see gravity has this so called pull to the earth or what ever body that has gravity greater than another body, it becomes mass vs. mass–PULL. BUT, there is no pull, there is only variations in the speed or velocity of collective particles.  In other words, objects, being a collection of particles, move to and fro from one another by changes in speed are not pulled to and fro.  The event is seen by the eye as objects in relation to speed, like a car passing you, and felt as a collision of objects at differing speeds, like a car passing and clipping you.

If you jump up you come back down. But you don’t actually come straight back down (a test to be tried using spheres in a controlled environment).  Instead, the earth as an object of collective particles is moving slower than you are as an object of collective particles, but this only happens while you are detached from the earth, because then you are detached from it’s speed. You come back down faster than you went up because your “true speed” is faster than the earth’s true speed. But once you’ve hit the earth your speed becomes the earth’s speed and your true speed minus the earth’s true speed is the amount of energy stored or actually pushed against the earth, yet it remains and never goes away. It just pushes, so you are not feeling weight by your mass to the earth’s mass, you’re just a car pushing against an army tank; spinning your wheels to go faster than the tank.

How and why does this happen?

First I’ll answer why.  It starts (and ends) with the Big Bang. An explosion of particles all given an exact speed via the propulsion energy of the blast, each particle assigned a given speed according to there mass and volume. This blast was powerful enough to have stored that given energy in that given particle as to remain a constant for 13.7 billion years now. The blast has not peaked neither has the energy given to varying particles. And the greatest of these is the Light Particle, who gives us how.

The light particle sets the stage.  That is because it is the smallest and lightest particle; actually it has no mass or volume. But it does have speed; it goes 186,000 miles per second! All other particles’ speeds are reduced in exact proportion to light’s mass and volume which is zero.  So any particle that has mass and volume will have a reduction in speed minus 186,000 per second, if 20% of it’s potential propulsion energy (equal to light’s) is taken up by mass and volume, then it’s speed will only be 148,800 miles per second.

So how the event of so called gravity happens is because an object’s collective mass and volumes of particles a speed equilibrium is reached for the entirety of that object.  Some of the particles want to go faster than the others; it’s their instinct to do so because of the constant energy still being supplied by the big bang.   Two objects in relation to each other are only moving at the same speed as the galaxy they exist in, and that is all in relation to space time movement. However, all objects can change speed according to the ability to have the bigger object that is in front of it move out of the way so it can get up it’s speed.

That is all that is happening, you see.  The big bang sent particles hurling in exact precision, in all directions, some moving faster, some slower.  The slower ones got in the way of the fasters ones because they where bigger and heavier. Consequently, relationships between particles formed to create elements, then atoms, throw in magnetic energy and eventually we were driving cars. But the cars are not clued to the road by gravity, or some particle that has such magnetism as to hold it there.  Instead, they are moving by the additional propulsion force of the eight cylinder engine on the object that is being propelled more or less the same direction you and your car is but you and your car can’t pass because the earth is to big for you to push against you and the earths trajectory which is the same, why because of the big bang’s constant supply of propulsion energy to the particles that make up you and your car combined.

The earth is only passing the sun and the sun is passing the earth because their speeds vary a little in relation to space time and the overall speed of the galaxy.  It’s all variations in speed which changes the distance between objects.  They get faster as they approach one another because one is accelerating and the other is not or is at least not accelerating as fast.  If either of the objects just so happens to have reach it’s true speed, which never happens, then it would move at steady speed, but since all particles (except light) are at war to reach their true speed, objects are continually accelerating and decelerating.  Why does it work out so smoothly and uniformly here on earth?  Because of why it all happens in the first place, the exact continuous force of propulsion energy given by the big bang.  How can the varying speeds of different objects be so precise as to give the illusion that a force is being applied, and that can be measured and predicted as to the behavior of the objects? Because the particles that make them up retain a constant supply of exact propulsion energy warring to reach a precise speed, yet the war is controlled as precisely by a constant energy force, mathematically the total energy forces of the particle universe divided by the constant energy force applied by the big bang is equal to 1.  Variations occur only in objects but are insignificant in space and time.  Interstellar variations because of dark matter and dark energy, which I’ll get into later, and surface variations, mostly due to geologic events, life forms and intelligence.

Note: there are people out there who would use something like this article to discredit someone for reasons completely unrelated to this article. I’ve already had that experience. So, I guess what one could call this note is a disclaimer for those who have malicious intent, THIS IS JUST FOR FUN!! But it’s my god damn mother fucking theory, and I fucking like it. Why? Cuz it’s FUN!!


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