. April 08 . May 08 . June 08 . July 08 . August 08
. September 08 . October 08 . November 08 . December 08 .
Top 100 Blog Entries of 2008 . May 09 . June 09 . July 09
. August 09 . September 09 . October 09 . November 09 .
. December 09 . Top 100 Blog Entries of 2009 .
Based upon number of views, here are the top blogs for the last thirty days. As always, the number in brackets is the entry's position in the previous month's report.
1. Consciousness in Frames per Second (new)
2. Time is in the Mind (new)
3. Flow (new)
4. Life is But a Dream (8)
5. Coconut-Carrying Octopus (new)
8. You Are the Point (new)
6. The Very Model of a Singularitarian (new)
7. Time and Schizophrenia (new)
9. Skhizein (new)
10. Time and Music (new)
And as of January 26th, 2010, here are the twenty-six Imagining the Tenth Dimension blog entries that have attracted the most visits of all time. Items marked in bold are new or have risen since last month.
1. Jumping Jesus (1)
2. Creativity and the Quantum Universe (2)
3. Augmented Reality (3)
4. What's Around the Corner? (7)
5. The Holographic Universe (4)
6. An Expanding 4D Sphere (6)
7. Slices of Reality (5)
8. Just Six Things: The I Ching (8)
9. Poll 44 - The Biocentric Universe Theory (9)
10. Roger Ebert on Quantum Reincarnation (11)
11. Urban Garden Magazine (10)
12. Alien Mathematics (13)
13. Seeing Time, Feeling Colors, Tasting Light (22)
14. Polls Archive 43 - Is the Multiverse Real? (24)
15. The Quantum Solution to Time's Arrow (18)
16. Modern Shamans (12)
17. When's a Knot Not a Knot? (16)
18. Mandelbulbs (new)
19. The Comedian (14)
20. Scott McCloud and the Brothers Winn (15)
21. The Big Bang is an Illusion (21)
22. The Shaman (17)
23. Beer and Miracles (25)
24. Poll 46 - Big Bang an Illusion? (new)
25. Our Non-Local Universe (19)
26. Astrotometry (20)
Which means that these worthy submissions are leaving our top 26 of all time list this month:
Going to the Light (23)
Norway's "Reverse Deja Vu" (26)
By the way, if you're new to this project, you might want to check out the Tenth Dimension FAQ, as it provides a road map to a lot of the discussions and different materials that have been created for this project. If you are interested in the 26 songs attached to this project, this blog shows a video for each of the songs and provides more links with lyrics and discussion. The Annotated Tenth Dimension Video provides another cornucopia of discussion topics to be connected to over at YouTube. And as always, here's a reminder that the Tenth Dimension Forum is a good place to converse with other people about these ideas.
Enjoy the journey!
Next: Playing Games in Extra Dimensions
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Posted by Rob Bryanton at 6:19 AM