The 2015 "Bond Girl" is 51

November 9, 2015

Spectre, the latest James Bond film, was the weekend box office winner in North America. It's interesting that the latest "Bond Girl" Monica Bellucci is 51 and looks amazing.

Being a woman does not have to mean you have to look and feel old. There will always be a few more lines which some women have erased, as well as other emotional and physical problems to deal with in the menopause years. But you can still look great.

One of the most important things in looking younger is your hair color and style - then your weight and appearance - did I forget your attitude. Try not to become a cranky older woman who is basically burned out. Of course it doesn't hurt to have great genetics and a balanced lifestyle.

Ellie at 51

Ellie at 72 - September 2015

When I was young I wanted be Hedy Lamar and had a crush on Clark Gamble.
I parted my hair in the middle and wore it in the same style she did.

November 9, 1913 - January 19, 2000

Hedy Lamarr

  Hedy Lamarr Google Videos

Google Doodle 2015

Inventor and Actress Hedy Lamarr Honored with Google Doodle  
Live Science - November 9, 2015

Happy Birthday Hedy Lamarr, Hollywood Star Turned Scientist  
Smithsonian - November 9, 2015

Hedy Lamarr was an award winning Austrian-born American actress. Though known primarily for her film career as a major contract star of MGM's "Golden Age", she also co-invented an early technique for spread spectrum communications, a key to many forms of wireless communication. Filmography

The Spirals and Loops of Time

All creative people want to do the unexpected.

Hedy Lamarr Quotes 1

Hedy Lamarr Quotes 2

Slinky - Science and Pseudoscience

Monday November 9, 2015

The Slinky, first appeared in the Gimbels department store in Philadelphia 70 years ago this month, but it didn't start out as a toy. A mechanical engineer at a shipyard in Philadelphia, Richard James, was trying to come up with an anti-vibration device for ship instruments. He knocked some springs off a desk and was startled when they took slinking steps, almost as if they were strolling away. He saw their potential as a plaything. The simplicity of a Slinky belies its scientific complexity. Each ring of a slinking Slinky is pulled up by another and pulled down by gravity in equal amounts. Try holding the top of a Slinky, while letting the bottom dangle over a step. The bottom of a Slinky doesn't move until you let go and the top of the Slinky comes down and is completely compressed. Astronauts on the shuttle Discovery in 1985 found that the Slinky did not behave in weightlessness the way it does on Earth. One astronaut said: "It sort of droops." More than 300 million Slinkys have been sold since Mr. James and his wife, Betty, demonstrated the toy at Gimbels.

Slinky and the Loops of Time and Reality

Reality begins and ends at 0

A vertical Slinky expresses how consciousness spirals through the loops of time. Each dot
on the slinky is a place the soul is experiencing while remaining connected above and below.
What we call "old souls" refers to a soul having many "dots" on the slinky of time.

The Slinky of Time also takes us to Spirals
an iconographic motif of the logarithmic spiral.

Sacred Geometry