Respectin' Blender!!!

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REAson
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Respectin' Blender!!!

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Switching on. Noise. Lights. HDD Scratching. Click. Enter. Start. Blender. Plane. A Sip os some coffee. Infinity. Mind. Limitedness. Paradox.
Univrese. Imagination. Click. Restore. Start. Winamp. Open. Drum'n'Bass. Absolute D'n'B. Contentment. Back to the Blender. Thinking.
Drop of a Sweat. Fly. See. Remind. Fly. See. Beutiful. Amazing. Yeah. Needed. Making. Coffee. Cigarrette. Smoke. Making. Coffee. Cigarrette.
Smoke. Finished. CTRL+w. Render. Watching. Feeling the freedom of feelings. Ready. Know. Enjoying.
21:39 08.10.2003 (C) [reason] 3disart@mail.ru
Blender - Born To create!!!

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Post by joeri »

Wauw!
Like to see what that resulted into. :D

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Post by dreamsgate »

me too, when are you going to post the pic? :D

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Post by lucky3 »

I like your copyright :D
However, nice poem.

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Post by dreamsgate »

very nice :D

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Anyone have the poem Tesla wrote?

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Anyone have the poem Tesla wrote?

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Re: Anyone have the poem Tesla wrote?

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bfvietnam wrote:Anyone have the poem Tesla wrote?

Poem, "Fragments of Olympian Gossip"


While listening on my cosmic phone
I caught words from the Olympus blown.
A newcomer was shown around;
That much I could guess, aided by sound.
"There's Archimedes with his lever
Still busy on problems as ever.
Says: matter and force are transmutable
And wrong the laws you thought immutable."
"Below, on Earth, they work at full blast
And news are coming in thick and fast.
The latest tells of a cosmic gun.
To be pelted is very poor fun.
We are wary with so much at stake,
Those beggars are a pest—no mistake."
"Too bad, Sir Isaac, they dimmed your renown
And turned your great science upside down.
Now a long haired crank, Einstein by name,
Puts on your high teaching all the blame.
Says: matter and force are transmutable
And wrong the laws you thought immutable."
"I am much too ignorant, my son,
For grasping schemes so finely spun.
My followers are of stronger mind
And I am content to stay behind,
Perhaps I failed, but I did my best,
These masters of mine may do the rest.
Come, Kelvin, I have finished my cup.
When is your friend Tesla coming up."
"Oh, quoth Kelvin, he is always late,
It would be useless to remonstrate."
Then silence—shuffle of soft slippered feet—
I knock and—the bedlam of the street.

- Nikola Tesla, Novice

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Post by REAson »

Great!!! It seems that alot of people making their creations in blender with philosofy! I like that!

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Post by Skelet »

Hey!
You again! :)
Nice to see ya here. Let's blend something together this weekend ?



"It's in our blood"
The Skelet

REAson
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Skelet!!!

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Why no mate? :D Sozvonimsa :shock: !!!

bfvietnam
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Thanks a bunch for the poem

Post by bfvietnam »

I was watching a bit about Tesla's deathray on winamp TV,
and about the time I was in the group, I was watching it..
And I thought, wow that's pretty gnarly Tesla wrote Poetry?
It said he wrote it late in life, when he was trying to sell the
countries of the world a death ray. His belief about the deathray
was that it would end world wars and bring peace, which is what
the nuclear bomb brought eventually, but he seemed jealous of
Einstien.. Consider Tesla brought the world electricity.. I'm ignorant
about scientific history myself, but its interesting to hear stuff of history
that almost sounds like science fiction..

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