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BACK DOOR BOY IN A FRONT DOOR WORLD
OUTSIDE OF SOCIETY - THAT'S WHERE I WANT TO BE
From tilia_tomentosa 
7th-Oct-2008 02:49 pm
* Grab the nearest book.
* Open the book to page 56.
* Find the fifth sentence.
* Post the text of the next seven sentences in your journal along with these instructions.
* Don't dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.

Its operation implies the disassociation of morality and transcendence: good has no need of God, of heaven, or of any intelligible anchorage.

Atheist Manifesto: The Case Against Christianity, Judaism, and Islam - Michel Onfray
Part One: Atheology/Chapter III: Toward an Atheology/Christian atheism
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7th-Oct-2008 06:59 pm (UTC) - Book of Ancient And Forbidden Knowledge
The souls have arrived at the mineral state, and we now must ascertain the orgin of its motor or its life. We know within the mineral lies concealed the potencies of an immortal being.
Chemical force is death ---balanced, still, and motionless. Spiral motion is the motion type of life. It is the true motion of life. It is a spiritual screw, and with all the mechanical advantages of a screw, it penetrates the universe of matter. The spiral varies in magnitude from the infinite to the infinitesimal.
7th-Oct-2008 07:08 pm (UTC) - Re: Book of Ancient And Forbidden Knowledge
I like taters!
7th-Oct-2008 07:01 pm (UTC) - One Ringey-Dingey
My closest book is the Cherokee County 2008-2009 phonebook.

from page 56, 5th line

Hollar, Mark 302, Winterthur Estates, Canton, Georgia (770) 928-6167
7th-Oct-2008 07:02 pm (UTC) - Re: One Ringey-Dingey
I "Hollar-ed"

He's not home.
7th-Oct-2008 07:07 pm (UTC) - Re: One Ringey-Dingey
ROFLMFAO!!!!!
7th-Oct-2008 07:05 pm (UTC) - you asked for the closets book
The Gibbs free energy of activation, ΔG*, may be separated into enthalpic and entropic terms, if required, by using another relationship from equilibrium thermodynamics,

ΔG* = ΔH* - TΔS*

(where ΔH* is the enthalpy, and ΔS* the entropy, of activation).

Structure and Mechanism in Protein Science: A guide to enzyme catalysis and protein folding - Alan Fersht
Chapter 2: Chemical Catalysis, Part A. Transition State Theory
7th-Oct-2008 07:07 pm (UTC) - Re: you asked for the closets book
*goes blind, shits self*
7th-Oct-2008 08:49 pm (UTC) - Re: you asked for the closets book
That response made me ROF&LMFAO!!!!!
7th-Oct-2008 07:12 pm (UTC)
Sorry - no one needs to see anything from the Code of Federal Regulations today. It's too depressing.
7th-Oct-2008 07:34 pm (UTC)
"Chestnuts must be cooked. Forms used in the bakeshop are purée and glacé" from Professional Baking (4th ed) by Wayne Gisslen
7th-Oct-2008 07:37 pm (UTC)
also, equally within reach (other side of the desk):
"they quickly learned to objectify cadavers, to think of the dead as structures and tissues, and not as a former human being"

From STIFF: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach
7th-Oct-2008 07:35 pm (UTC)
The book nearest me is Classified.
7th-Oct-2008 07:51 pm (UTC)
*smiles* That book, The Athiest Manifesto, just makes my skin crawl...but if anything, I am respectful; always respectful...the way I was taught.
7th-Oct-2008 08:14 pm (UTC)
I got one quotation in Slovene and one in Dutch! *dies laughing*
7th-Oct-2008 08:37 pm (UTC) - The Great British Summer
The clock shown is a fine small 11 3/4" ebony striking table clock by the famous maker John Knibb of Oxford and dates c. 1695.
7th-Oct-2008 10:47 pm (UTC)
Because none of us can be expert in all areas, everyone has to lean, at least to some extent, on the judgment of others who are knowledgeable. Evidence of successful replication is another powerful factor that can inspire confidence. Together with the review service of a respected journal, it is repeated trials of a finding that offers the most substantial reason to place your trust in what you read.

Reading and Understanding Research 2nd ed. Chapter 3 When to Believe What You Read, The Sources of Credibility
7th-Oct-2008 10:58 pm (UTC)
The book closest to me is the "Ugly Daddy and Ugly Baby" book. I don't think there are seven sentences in the entire thing.

So, for this exercise, I'll use the next closest book: Specials by Scott Westerfield:

"They met Ho back at the ambush site. He'd managed to get Tachs awake, and had put in a call to the rest of the Cutters. They were twenty minutes away, bringing extra boards and screaming for revenge.

Don't worry about getting even, we'll be visiting the Smokies soon enough, Shay said, without bothering to mention the problem with that plan: No one knew where the New Smoke was. In fact, no one was sure if it was anywhere at all. Since the original Smoke had been destroyed, the Smokies kept moving from one spot to another. And now that they had four brand-new Special Circumstances hover boards, they'd be even harder to pin down."
7th-Oct-2008 11:06 pm (UTC)
I'd do this meme, but I'm at work at the rabbinic library right now, the nearest book is in Hebrew, and I don't have the ability on my LJ to type in Hebrew.

שלום

Unless that comes out in something other than blocks.

Edited at 2008-10-07 11:07 pm (UTC)
8th-Oct-2008 02:33 am (UTC)
The nearest book to me is the Southern Communication Journal Volue 73 Number 3 July-Spe 2008

page 255 (which is the 56th page in this journal)

Passage: Additional academic research focusing on the discursive construction of citizens' identities during crisis should integrate news coverage broadcast via television, radio and the Internet...omg i can't type anymore lol...
8th-Oct-2008 02:36 pm (UTC) - Ariel - The Restored Edition
"Unlike swans,
Having no reflection;

Unlike you,
With no strings attached.
All cool, all blue. Unlike you -

You, there on your back,
Eyes to the sky..."

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