The Wee Peeple Newsletter
August 2015 Issue 102
Tick Tock Tick Tock
Time to get ready for the Faire
buying and cutting fabrics, constructing doll bodies and
soft sculpturing doll heads...
and in the fat middle of it all...
Just look at those NOSES!
It's the return of the
Back in the day (circa 2008), the original
were characterized by their excessively short stature
and their large, seamlessly modeled
(a Wee Man Nobleman from 2008)
Those original old noses were constructed using Super Sculpey
which tended to be somewhat unstable... hands broke off... not good.
whereas the hands and the heads of the
New (and Improved!)
(Now sporting even more prominent NOSES)
have lately been constructed using
Remember (hard-as-a-rock) Magic Sculpt?
...the epoxy putty...
which the Dollmaker has used for everything EXCEPT Dollmaking
guess it's Time to "head on" over...
and construct DOLL Heads with it!
heh heh... brother Paul turned out to be a great
as well as a great Fisherman...
Captain Paul in Alaska
catching Salmon and Halibut
predictably became an Instant Preoccupation with the Dollmaker...
One day, standing presumptuously (even accusingly) blocking the cosmic dollmaking portal
a transsexual Witch with unnaturally green curly hair pointed her wand
beckoning to the Dollmaker...
It seemed she was determined to convey a message...
(though somewhat brusque, the Witch did have a righteous point...)
But then, quite impossibly
all those blissful dollmaking activities came to a
when a notification arrived from cousin Shari in Florida...
Shari sent the Dollmaker this fabulous link:
A Tutorial on How To Make these Outstanding
from ordinary recycled Vitamin Bottles...
Magia Mia's ETSY Page:
The Dollmaker simply had to try it!
She followed the tutorial... using hot glue, sandpaper, and a paint called "chalk paint"
the Dollmaker made her own "chalk paint" using acrylic paint and Plaster of Paris...
it was easy and fun!
She experimented making a few bottles, but then moved on to..
She actually also used the technique on cardboard, glass, wood, ceramic tiles and shells
A fun way to make signage for the Doll Shoppe..
In fact, if truth be told,
the Dollmaker got quite carried away with this idea also.
Two all-consuming ideas in one month.
(the Dollmaker was beginning to wonder for a while there)
But that's really it...
Other than having a birthday and enjoying some time with family and friends:
...and there was Jonathon's Owl...
...that's pretty much it..
oh- except for a renewed interest in quantum physics...
Remember in science class when nobody could see an atom so
there were those helpful visual aids:
Models of Atoms...
where Science prevailed upon the Imagination to
portray as inviolate miniature solar systems
tiny billiard ball electrons orbiting merrily on dizzying, yet quite precise pathways
around a color-coded multi-balled nucleus...
Too bad all that became so messy.
Once MATTER was examined more closely (VERY closely)
Newtonian Laws (the Rules of the Game!) were found to be
summarily ignored by roguish electrons who preferred a more "unpredictable" lifestyle
and the Age of the Known Outlaw Behavior of Atoms had begun!
The Dollmaker has learned about this
New Model for the (still-invisible) Atom!
Now instead of portraying individual (and one might add, WAYWARD) electrons,
the "Outlaw Model" as the Dollmaker likes to call it, shows
where the small billiard balls used to be.
An interesting term: Clouds.
short for: "Clouds of Probability"
...there's a 99.99% probability that an electron is somewhere in there.
(but you can't be certain exactly where)
Physical Matter, Science now assures us, may LOOK
solid, stable and reliable...
but at it's most elemental level... oh no no no.
Physical Matter dissolves at the edges to "Clouds of Probabilities".
(...that had to be hard for Science to admit...)
" Their conclusions suggested that, at it's most elemental,
physical matter isn't solid and stable- indeed, it isn't ANYTHING yet."
"They suggested that matter, at it's most fundamental,
could not be divided into independently existing units
and indeed could not even be fully described."
(can you imagine the money spent on particle colliders just to find this out?)
"Subatomic reality resembled not the solid and reliable state of being described to us by
classical science, but an ephemeral prospect of seemingly infinite options."
Ephemeral? Not in Kansas anymore, eh, Classical Science?
"At the quantum level, reality resembled unset Jello."
In Reality now, is there anyone who can't relate to this "discovery"?
-all quotations are from -The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart
Metaphysics: an investigation into the nature of reality:
Now it gets even MORE interesting... (ephemeral?)...
" The only thing dissolving this little cloud of probability
into something solid and measureable
was the involvement of an observer."
Now, as we know, even when they are human, "Observers" are not always conscious entities...
However, Observers intending to take measurements were definitely recognized by sub-atomic photons
as repeated thousands of times in the infamous Double Slit Experiment
and the Presence of an Observer intending to take a measurement
changed the behavior of the photons
not subtly, but drastically
and nobody knew how or why.
What branch of Physics is Metaphysics again...?
Do Intentions influence Matter?
"The weirdness can't be confined!"
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Thanks goes out to:
"Subatomic matter appeared to be involved in a continual exchange of information,
causing continual refinement and subtle alteration.
The Universe was not a storehouse of static, separate objects,
but a single organism of interconnected energy fields
in a continuous state of becoming."
-Lynne McTaggart in The Intention Experiment
Nothing happens until something moves.
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