Darren Daulton, Radio Enthusiast

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radiowaves.png A friend suggested I post an excerpt from Darren Daulton's If They Only Knew every day this week. Good idea, friend!

So here's what Mr. Daulton thinks about the radio and other forms of communication (p. 81).

When you are listening to your radio, how are you able to turn the dial and go from hearing a station in Los Angeles to one in New York? Energy is everywhere; in televisions, radios, microwaves, gamma, beta and theta rays; all kinds. You get my point. We are literally inundated with different kinds of energy waves. These waves are how information and communication travel instantaneously. Do I need to say anymore than the World Wide Web?

No, Dutch. No you don't. Anything else to add:

Have you ever seen a Hologram? All of creation is holographic, meaning that if you took a thiny part of the whole Universe it would indeed contain the same amount of information and energy as the whole. In essence it doesn't matter where you are; you are still everywhere and in everything.

This is known as Daulton's corrollary to Bell's theorem.


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We are literally inundated with different kinds of energy waves.

And half of them are playing god damned Lady Gaga

I think Dalton stole that last bit from Dr. Manhattan.

Don't even get Darren started by saying, "Plate o' shrimp."

meaning that if you took a thiny part of the whole Universe

Thin, shiny - it's thiny! Who says Double D ain't got it all together?

Eh, that might be my typo instead of Daulton's. I'll check the book later tonight.

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