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Elementary Waves

My brother, Dr. Jeffrey H. Boyd, has been promoting the Elementary Wave theory, the brainchild of my cousin Dr. Lewis Little. It’s a solution to the Central Mystery of physics. You can watch a series of videos about this revolutionary idea on YouTube.

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Frustrating Weight Loss

My diet plan predicts that I should be losing 3 lbs. per week. But the last week the scale moves not. It’s frustrating! I am working so hard, diligently and dare I say faithfully on keeping to the diet plan. Yet my weight remains fixed. Oh gravity is so strong!

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On Target

MyNetDiary on my phone tells me I’m on schedule to reach my target weight by September 21, 2017. As you can see from the chart, it seems to be working. 

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IoT Headache

When my gadgets work together, my own mini IoT, it’s super. When they don’t, like they didn’t this morning, it’s frustrating. Electronic gadget interfaces can be a cinch or a headache. Today it’s a headache.

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Irksome Protests

Yeah, I’m concerned about the future of the world during a Trump presidency, but I voted and my candidate lost. Did you vote? Fine well and dandy to protest but obviously someone dropped the ball, didn’t they and now he’s in charge of the Executive Office.  Voting for someone because you don’t like the other […]

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Irrational Situational Stress

That’s me. Not always rational. Situational stress the doctor calls it. Drives my blood pressure up for days. People tell me to calm down. No one in the history of mankind  (somewhat longer than 6,000 years) has ever calmed down by being told to calm down. Besides, physically and verbally I’m calm. I’m not like […]

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Annihilating the Truth

“The point of modern propaganda isn’t only to misinform or push an agenda. It is to exhaust your critical thinking, to annihilate truth.” –Garry Kasparov, Chairman of the Human Rights Foundation, Visiting Fellow at Oxford Martin, Author, speaker, 13th World Chess Champion

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Metaphysically Speaking

When I was a young boy, my Grandma Boyd passed away and my father became very sad. I asked him why she had died and he told me everybody has to die, which frightened me. I asked him what happens to us after death and he told me after death everything just stops and we […]

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Trying to Stay Healthy 

Today I did 200 squats at work. Not all at once, but in sets of 20 or 25 at a time. Yesterday I managed to do 125 squats, and when I got home my legs felt sore. Heaven knows what my legs will feel like tomorrow morning, but I feel if I keep exercising in […]

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