Breaking News: Anonymous Animals Strike Again!

Anonymous Badger has been spotted.

Remember a while ago, when I freaked out about Anonymous Squirrel? There are a variety of these anonymous animals:

  • Anteater
  • Beaver
  • Badger
  • Chupacabra
  • Coyote
  • Duck
  • Ferret
  • Giraffe
  • Gopher
  • Jackal
  • Kraken
  • Auroch
  • Axolotl
  • Chameleon
  • Cheetah
  • Cormorant
  • Elephant
  • Fox
  • Grizzly
  • Hyena
  • Ifrit
  • Mink
  • Monkey
  • Rhino
  • Skunk
  • Squirrel
  • Turtle
  • Walrus
  • Wolf
  • Koala
  • Liger
  • Llama
  • Manatee
  • Moose
  • Nyan Cat
  • Otter
  • Panda
  • Python
  • Buffalo
  • Camel
  • Chipmunk
  • Chinchilla
  • Crow
  • Dingo
  • Dinosaur
  • Dolphin
  • Frog
  • Hedgehog
  • Hippo
  • Ibex
  • Iguana
  • Lemur
  • Leopard
  • Narwhal
  • Orangutan
  • Otter
  • Penguin
  • Quagga
  • Rabbit
  • Raccoon
  • Sheep
  • Shrew
  • Slow Loris
  • Wombat

Did I miss anything? Comment below if I did, please. 🙂

List provided by Alex Chitu

NOTE – This list was originally posted on April 19th, 2013. There may be updates in this 3-year time.

If you’ve had dealings with the Google Ghosts, know that they are actually people. No, no one is trying to steal a private file or whatever. This just means that maybe someone who has access and is viewing from an incognito window or something. Also, if your sharing settings are set to Public or “Anyone with the link”, everyone viewing will appear anonymous. If you have “Anyone with the link” and share it with specific people as well, those specific people are visible while the rest of the world is anonymous. The animals are just Google’s joke.

Hey, one isn’t even an animal! Anonymous Pumpkin is on the loose as well, according to the photos Alex obtained.

Have fun with Google’s Ghosts! >:D

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The Simple Nature of a Star

Stars are beacons of hope to most people. They symbolize light, happiness, quality, a wish come true, and/or beauty. However, some call them objects that bring around our deaths, death itself, a sign of darkness, or even despair. Some say stars are nothing but giant balls of gas. It’s true they are, but to everyone they mean something different, no?

Stars can come in many different shapes and sizes, from the simple 5-point on a first-grader’s assignment to a star-map from a professional astrologist. Whatever it may be, it has multiple meanings for different people, as well as many other objects in the universe.

I ask you now to take a look at your surroundings. Find hidden meanings in things that aren’t there, look for signs in even the simplest of objects. You’ll find there’s a lot more to the universe’s secrets than you realized. You’ll also be opening your mind to the many possibilities and paths that fate has left for you.

Fate; that’s another controversial argument. Some say everything you do is directed by fate, others say it’s bogus and we make our own destinies. Whatever it is, there are several ways to depict something like that.

A few ideas as to hidden meanings are fate, stars, time, love at first sight, jealousy, hate, heart, trees, horses, butterflies, and whatever else could stand for something, or an abstract idea that we, as people, are not so sure about. However, I have to warn you not to debate them to an extent, or you may just find yourself in deeper a knowledge hole than you started in. ;D

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Ohhh, it’s been a month. So great to be back.

More insightful thoughts may come, I’m not sure. it all depends on what type of chat you want to have! Go ahead and ask for specifics if you like.

At this point it’s mainly been busy, but I have to hand it to you all. As my followers, you’ve been so patient after I’ve, ah, disappeared, and I sincerely thank you for sticking with me this whole way. It’s been a pleasure.

Not that I’m leaving, oh no. I’d never abandon it all.

So how about it? This is a completely random post, just like before…although I have to say I’ve been pretty bored these last few weeks with nothing really to talk about. Therefore, I must take a reference from my one of my earliest posts and cast my eyes around the room for a topic.

I  do think lighting my eyes upon the folding chair was a bad idea.

There’s really nothing in my room of worth talking about in my eyes that inspires a really lengthy conversation, aside from maybe the inspirational quotes I have tacked up on the wall. They’d do nice for a random list.

Until I’ve assembled them all, thanks for reading! 😀

What Is The Beginning Of Everything?

Yes, I know it’s been 2 months since I last posted, and I sincerely apologize, it’s a long story involving a crocodile, a magazine, a chair, synchronized watches, some hair ties, and Disney World.

Anyways.

Let’s start with the question that titles this post: what is the beginning of everything?

Well, this question struck me a while ago when contemplating and comparing the size of a tiny bead to the size of the universe. I had thought to myself, Wow, we’re small compared to what’s out there. Then I wondered, What created us?

Well, some say it’s the Big Bang, as stated in the Big Bang Theory, but I’m not so sure. What created the Big Bang Theory? I had asked. Someone said there’s a theory (I’ve yet to discover) that hypothesizes that there was another universe that existed before ours.

You see, the Big Bang was an explosion that caused the rapid expansion of the universe. Even today it is still expanding, but once it’s finished, it’ll get pulled back by the gravitational pull, much like gravity holds us all down on Earth at the moment. The universe will slowly come together, closing in after it’s done growing, and eventually it will collapse on itself and everything in it, causing another Big Bang, and the entire, same exact, cycle will happen again…or so the theory speculates.

Of course, we’ll all be long dead by then, so why worry?

Well, the curious question still occupies our minds, no doubt. We all know there was a Big Bang, so if the theory were to be true, what started the first one?

Well, it could all just be an endless circle, but how could the very first Big Bang be caused by the very last one? It contradicts any notion of time.

Of course, one could argue that time does not really, just a measurable abstract thing we humans created to help us understand our surroundings more clearly–which means, actually, that time does not matter in the long run.

Obviously, though, we always need time. Why? Because we’ve manipulated our own creation to suit our needs. We’ve used it, overused it, wasted it, and so on, when it really doesn’t mean a thing.

So does space mean anything? We’ve always linked time with space, but honestly, I doubt they have any connection to each other. Space technically could be described as abstract, but humans did not create space, nor do we know how much there actually is. A time span we could predict easily. Time, amounts, and so on, it all just doesn’t make sense–humans have created this and so we could explain it. Space, however, is a whole other concept entirely.

The Big Bang, supposedly, created space from nothing, which obviously is confusing, so let’s say the Big Bang was created by what I’ll call the Big Collapse of the previous universe (I know, not too creative, but neither am I, don’t judge). Now, the Big Collapse had space from the Big Bang of its time, which got its energy from the previous Big Collapse, and so on. This Big Collapse had then fueled the most recent Big Bang–but then again, recent is a time word that I probably shouldn’t use, seeing as we could just be slow reactions of the past, or hyperspeed reactions of the future–although past, present, and future also link to time.

Ah, we’re getting off track. The Big Bang we know of, let’s say.

So the Big Collapse fueled the Big Bang we know of. But it also created all that space. Did it reuse the space? Where did it acquire that much space? I doubt we’ll ever know.

Which leads me to my next question: What was it like in between Big Bangs and Big Collapses, when there was no space at all? Or, if it all happened immediately, there must be an empty nothingness on the fringes of the universe, that rapidly moves in as the universe begins to contract. So what is it? What is it like?

I want to say that it would be weird, like all darkness or all white, as you see in the movies, but of course I doubt that is also true. My unofficial theory is that if you were to try to get to the nothingness, assuming you could survive to the ends of the universe, you’d either be bounced back and/or destroyed by wormholes, or you’d just enter a realm in which all time and space is irrelevant as you slowly disintegrate in the nothingness, then your particles are expelled from the nothingness and back into the space, warped into, well, nothing.

I know it might seem odd, you don’t have to believe it. Just throwing it out there.

Truly, there is no answer to date for all of these questions. The most brilliant scientists in the world have tried to figure it out and failed to do so, although they have undoubtedly developed several theories on the matter. I bet even extraterrestrial life forms currently unheard of are also working on it–or maybe they’ve found it, who knows.

I, personally, find it amazing that this tiny, human brain of ours can figure out so much of this, ask so many questions, wonder so many things. This brain is minuscule compared to the size of whatever universes are out there, yet it can wrap itself around these concepts and raise more and more questions and answers. Yes, it’s been proven difficult, but it can.

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr….

…for his brave fight against segregation and racism.

Freedom is a need of every living thing, just like air, eater, food, clothing, and shelter. Living in captivity is not life, and will drive you insane to near death as if you were without any other need. Denying such freedom based on hereditary looks is a cruel act, and committed only by the cruelest of people. Those who judge based on looks and not personality are the worst of these cruel people, and those who treat others with disregard, scorn, and believe themselves to be better than all else deserve to be treated as such until they learn that it is wrong. Let us hope, however, that no such prejudice shall exist here, nor anywhere else in this world, and neither present nor future shall these terrible offenses occur. After all, everyone is equal….

 

This was supposed to post last Monday…I don’t know what happened. My apologies.

Motivational!

It’s the middle of January with almost no snow (0.2 inches) up where I live. The only thing to look forward to is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which we get off on if we’re lucky. Right now everything is just glum and blah, cold with no snow to play in and hence no snow days. what little snow we have just makes the ground wet and your clothes covered in tiny white flakes. Even a good book might not clear up this mood (*dramatic gasp*).

I figured, why not write a motivational quote? I’m feeling down and I’m pretty sure you are too. Just another 1/2 month to go before February, and June will be here before you know it.

I like to think of trees as libraries. Each branch is a subject, whether it be birds and their nests, or squirrels and their nut stores, or the life cycle of an apple. Each leaf has its own story. They could be worn away and tell the tale of a huge hurricane, the day all of the other trees around it were felled by lumberjacks, or when a butterfly landed on it and laid an egg, which hatched into a very hungry caterpillar. When a leaf falls, it is like a worn-out book. The story is transferred to a new leaf, and the old one is reused for other animals to eat or for decomposition. When a leaf is picked, it is borrowed, and returned with a different purpose, whether it be nutrients through its water in the soil, or even the soil itself through decomposition. When it changes color, it shows that the library is closing for the winter.

When snow covers it up, the tree is undergoing changes. New leaves are grown to create more stories to tell…

…and so the cycle goes on.

Time to see who’s been paying attention to politics!

If you have (U.S. Presidential Campaigns), I’d like you to take these polls!

Yeah, there are a LOT of Republican candidates.

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Another Hobbit Math Problem

You’re playing a game where you defend your village from an orc invasion. There are 3 characters (elf, hobbit, or human) and defense tools (magic, sword, shield, slingshot, or umbrella) to pick from.
If you randomly choose your character and tool, what is the probability that you won’t be a hobbit or use an umbrella?