I had a dream about a tiny breeze. It is a humble mass of air smaller than
that of the blue butterfly*
*The smallest butterfly in the world is the blue butterfly from Africa,
which has only a 1/2 inch wingspan.
This tiny breeze moves with such dauntlessness and dedication, that many of
the larger storm systems will cease their treacherous dealings for a moment
to tip their caps to this valient draft. Although unable to knock down power
lines or flood city streets, young, tiny breeze leaves his mark in his own way.
Yesterday he spent the day blowing a twig off the sidewalk and today he has
his sights set on something far more grand; he shall force a leaf to leave
its comfy home on
The following statement may shock you, but it is 100% true;
The human body contains 147 brains. The one you are familiar
with only serves one function; to keep you completely unaware of
the other 146 brains and their actions.
There is one way, and one way alone to gain control of these
mysterious 146 brains. A boy has just finished his daily paper
route and has chosen an apple tree far outside of the limits
of town to take a nap. A tiny breeze coming from straight above
pricks the top leaf on the tree. As the leaf tears from itís home
on the branch a brilliant white light bursts forth.
The sudden ability to use and understand your 147 brains can
be a terrifying and extremely saddening experience. You will
learn quite quickly that many of the things you have based your
life on are false. The concept of love was created by brain #117
in the early 1100's as a form of entertainment for brain #72, who
is the most evil of all brains. You have never been loved in
your entire life. Below you will see the reality of your last love
you thought you felt;
Mechanically the brain is billions of cells called neurons that can
produce little bursts of electricity that can be passed from cell to cell.
(Brain neurons are densely interconnected.) These bursts produce weak
electric fields at the surface of the head that can be recorded, hence the
EEG ("electro-encephalogram", Greek for recording (gram) of head (cephalus)
electricity, aha.) Coarse features in the EEG are found to be related to
broad categories of brain activity: larger, slowly-varying electric fields
indicate sleep, smaller, faster-varying fields alertness.
These bursts of electricity passed from cell to cell have tricked
you into sleepless nights about other brains currently being
manipulated in a similar fashion. You have most likely cried
over these bursts of energy. You have felt like nothing can
harm you while these bursts explode back and forth in
your brain. You have felt hopeful and hopeless, as brain # 72
enjoys the show.