Archive for the 'Jim’s Thoughts' Category

Readers, I have a plan

Thanks for your support through these trying and illuminating times. I now see clearly what I have to do, and how I am going to do it.

I am going to prove once and for all, that Buttermilk Mountain is Alive.

I’ll be back.

-Jim

A Step Further

Today the nation honors and reflects upon the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Call me obsessed, but I can’t help but think about how desperately the Buttermilk Mountain cause needs a public figure. I’m not a public speaker by nature so I wouldn’t fit the bill. Then I started thinking to myself, “Jim, sometimes people need more than a cause to really around, something strong and simple that they can stand behind to represent their passion for Buttermilk movement. Something like an icon.”

Its not my favorite chant, but the people have already adopted Buttermilk Is Alive as the mantra. It makes no sense to resists a movement thats already begun. All this effort is missing is an icon.

Readers? Any ideas?

Apologies and Anomalies

First of all to my readers, I apologize – I’m having some trouble adding the fantastic new footage of Buttermilk fissures to the main ButtermilkIsAlive website. Word to the wise, if you’re looking to have some internet work done,  keep on looking when you come across Rocky Mountain Graphic Design Co. They are very affordable but thats about it.

Second, I’ve been getting a bunch of feedback about the new footage I’ve posted and how too many people agree that the mountain “mouth” is supernatural, not scientific. I would remind my readers that such mass scale phenomena has happened in the past and is always misconstrued. One such great example is the legend of the Devil of Devonshire. Check this link to learn a bit more about it, and see how the misinterpretations of Buttermilk incidents are just part of a long legacy of the common masses calling turning Anomaly into Legend.

Bad Code

It has come to my attention that some of my readers may have infected websites. Something about storms and worms and viruses. I come from an era where we battle natural elements not virtual ones. To me its all a waste of time.

But since I am an evolved man, here are three tips that my readers may find useful:

1) Learn about the threat here:http://www.securityzone.org/

2) If you have a page get this bad code out of it:
src=http://merrychristmasdude.com/ind.phpwidth

3) Step away from the machine and go observe the phenomena in the vast, inspiring world we live in. Start here: 39.19’45’52 N 106.83’06’48 W

*and thanks to Rowan for the heads up

Another geological mystery SOLVED

I have said this before and I will say it again: natural mysteries can be solved through scientific diligence. The monumental crystals inside Mexico’s “Cueva de los Cristales” have long been a scientific mystery. Some even said that there were extra-terrestrial forces at play.

Cueva de los Cristales

Last spring a geologist at the University of Granada in Spain figured it out, cracked the code. The crystals enormous size was a result of their formation in abnormally rich mineral water within a very narrow temperature range. The whole phenomenon is explained in this article here.

There were never any aliens. There were never any spirits. And now, all the naysayers who denied science twiddle their thumbs in silence. Heh!!

Maybe 2008 will be a good year after all.

Merry Christmas

It is Holiday time, so it comes as no surprise that people are reflecting about fantasies like Santa Claus and reindeer, ghosts and  goblins, Buttermilk aliens and whatever other childhood myths we’ve  grown to accept.

But once the buzz of the egg nog and spiced cider is gone, do you really still believe in these things?

Of course you do. Whether we admit it or not, people need to create myths and fantasies to distract them from their banal lives. I understand the importance of imagination. I just don’t see why that same curiosity can’t be applied under the tenets of science.

I’m off – I’m supposed to be meeting with a leprechaun this afternoon about a pot of gold.

Just kidding.

Explosive Gas in Lousiana

Everyone is so caught up with the holidays that potential breakthroughs are being overlooked right and left!!! Geologists near Lake Peigneur in Louisiana have found that the lake is emitting volatile methane gas bubbles from an UNKNOWN NATURAL SOURCE.

Here is the article.

I believe that a similar natural gas source is responsible for the Buttermilk sinkholes.