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Do you ever get treated like a dumb artist?

I'm a doctor of physics for christ's sake. I balance equations in thermodynamics and add them to part of some other set of linear equations on my "geek" board, so I can smoke most MBA's in my math pipe. Nontheless, I get the statement "Oh. You're not a real doctor." from people who can't spell the word physicist. That of itself is enough to get my eyes rolling at some of these hillbillies.

The main point is that so often, when it comes time to haggle over the bottom line, a lot of people who can spell those words and know what they mean still treat me as though (and, yes, I've heard the words) I'm a dumb artist. They think they can get me to work for free. I don't mind doing a sketch or two if it takes me perhaps an hour, but there's a point where it has to be absorbed into the overall manhours (those are oldmanhours for me ) of a project.

What really pisses me off is when some jackass agrees, on paper no doubt, to a specific wage and set of terms, gets the work then decides not to pay me. Eventually THIS dumb artist started studying the legal codes of the state and taking the shysters to court. Lawyers usually cost too much up front. Why are we seen so often as chopped liver?

 

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Tird Time's A Charm... or something like that...
Back to the idea of being a physicist that's an artist along with the whole shoebang.

I have done quite a bit of research over the years. My bag is astrophysics. I design stars in a sense. Why, when there are so many out there already? Something to do, I suppose. Mostly because that's always been my method of reverse engineering in forward. It works. It got me the title of Doctor. Works for me, but in reality it makes me a servant for everyone else including time.

Last year I came up with a method to predict solar flares with no more data than the positions of the planets. It has been accurate to within a few days of every one we've had this year except in maarch the flare I predicted came 10 days early. (The next one is predicted for the 15th of October...) I have them through 2014, so I'm letting it all bake, so to speak. While doing that I've been marking time writing a sci-fi novel (trilogy actually. One is already written...)

http://www.drchamaillischroniclesoft....net/index.php

This is satire. This has a message about Global Warming and all we are experiencing now with quakes, and tornadoes, hhurricanes and volcanoes.

I'll illustrate it before it is actually made into both ebook and handbound book form.

Covers sell books. I'm realizing through interaction with many other up and coming (no pun intended) writers that most don't have the ability to do a cover. I'd like to hook artists up with the writers who need them, so I am essentially turning this handbound book idea into a publishing company.

http://www.ohpooh.webatu.com/

The site is still under construction, but I'll take a look see at submissions from those who would like to work with these writers. Some of them have some great work that could become illustrated novels. Some you could envision in a Heavy Metal magazine.

http://www.escapodule.freeiz.com/1_1...k-Caldera.html

This is a major concern, folks. I'm also planning to buy some mountain land in the not-too-distant-future. This site too is under construction. I'm doing all this in my spare time away from my regular research in alternative energy and other concepts that just might align with some of the minds in here.

In all that, my mission is to help people in general, but the artistic mindsets are, for me, kindred souls. I favor those, like me, who can simply paint a portrait or make things move across the paper. I have developed a theory of everything around the latter.

Thanx for checking me out.

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    Why? Artists want paying jobs. Artists get hit on by writers all the time for work. We don't need a middle man for that. Most writers don't want to pay fair rates for work. You know, a couple of thousand for a book cover starting out. The art world doesn't need more people looking for cheap labor.

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    Thread title made me laugh a bit, 'tird time'

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    @SE,
    You caught that

    @dpaint

    (as in deluxe paint?) I think i still have an old DOS program of that around somewhere...


    As for working with writers, I understand the artist also gets royalties. OhPooh is a shoestring, but it still would offer one more outlet and place to link to. I used to get a good bit of work doing technical illustration when I wasn't calculating truss elements to quiet down the vibration (and sometime just out and out tremors) in boom arms and the placemennts of the pinions in front end loaders for companies that make heavy earth moving equipment.

    I have found art is always a field where, unless you are a captive employee somewhere, that some see as a leech on the proverbial food chain, you have to do the work before you get the work. Once you are famous, that changes, but how many here are famous? What many of us used to do with an airbrush on a real world drawing board, now we do with ray tracers and the mouse button. I use Cybermotion and VUE 9 because they are cheaper than some others and I can make up for the rest with a mouse. I write software too. The point for what I'm doing is a means to an end. I really want to draw (no pun intended) some talented people together and form a real world community on one of a few specific mountain locations that I think will be safe from crustal displacement and social marauders. This seems to be a good little bees hive of talent. Of course I just got here. There's likely a lot more an old dude can find in here.

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    Man, if I could have a dollar for every brilliant polymath who turns to CA to do some agonized soul searching, I'd be in retirement now.

    Now, designing stars for living sounds pretty cool. If I weren't as dumb as a ng brick in math, I may well have done that, and not worried too much about where my life is going.

    That flare prediction thing: do you have a mechanism for the correlation or is it at this point just a correlation? Have you done the necessary stats yet to make sure you are busy with astronomy and not astrology? The whole thing is way cool; do tell us how it turns out.

    Me, I suck at math, I have no hint of talent in art, and despite a good ear for music, managed to fk that up as well. But I'm getting too old for the soul-searching thing. I recommend that you smoke some more grass. Fk, yeah!

    (There's a thread somewhere here on CA titled "ck yeah"; it is very liberating. :-)

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    "As the title suggests, I am a physicist; astrophysicist to be more specific. To be straight forward and aligned with our Indiana Codes, I want to specify that my title has been recognized by judges in our county, so the "A" means autodidactic. There are some universities willing to credit me with an honorary degree as soon as I finish the body of work, but till then some of our local judges have taken some mercy on me and allowed me to use the title because they feel I deserve it and have been cheated from it by our space agency. So yes, it is correct to address me by that title."

    So a nutter then Dr Me?

    "Anyone who wants to help can call the building commissioner here and tell him my research is more important than their inspections. I live in Anderson, Indiana the phone to the building department is 765-648-6163. The commissioner's name is Michael J. E. Widing. If it wasn't for all their baloney, I'd have lectures on the You Tube by now and I don't think my computer for doing the renderings would have suffered the damage from the move, so I'd be up and running. I only have one patron as of now who gives me about $500 a month. I have to live on that, make my house and utility bill payments and little by little buy computer stuff. I am buying two houses though and one I'm tearing down for materials to build my own podule. I'm also researching a cellulose version of styrofoam for the floatation sections of these "arks""

    Oh yes Dr Me, a nutter alright.
    Moral of the story: theres a layer of ice inside the sun. And the Mayans were contacted from the future. And if you call yourself a doctor long enough, other people will too... Please call me Dr Cool-Ice from now on.
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    (From the author's forward of my novel)

    A lot of people ask about that doctorate issue. I have bios in more than one area on the net that give that. I'm even starting a blog on my website forum. Five years ago, a judge let me use the title Dr. along with the Ph.D. moniker. I believe he was impressed that I could give himthe universe in about 30 seconds. I, not long afterward, reviewed the Indiana Codes about that and decided it was ethical to add an A. in front for "autodidactic." A judge or a child can accept the 30 second skinny about a theory of everything. A mainstream scientist can't accept any opinion that isn't aligned with theirs even if you gave them 30 years.

    The sun in 10 seconds:

    A core of thermo primus. Highest known heats, interfaced, by an adiabatic zone, to an output that is a stable secondary thermal system. The adiabatic zone would likely be composed of a dark anti-matter.

    Another 10 seconds:

    Dark matter is an outbound wave of time. Dark anti-matter is the inbound wave. matter, including that without significnt mass, such as photons or neutrinos, are resultant waves of collision probabilties and the associated effects of proximity.

    Another 10 seconds:

    Primordial star material is where both the problem of the controversy comes into conflict with the absolute solution.



    My question to you, Kendall, is can you dredge upany more hatred to spread. Maybe you are relatively distanced from Yellowstone Caldera... from Antarctic subterranean lakes mainstream science seems so eager to drill into, reckless of primitiarum biologicus... from the human heart. Pretty eyes? Pirates smile? It's understandable. Typical; Vulgar, but understandable in such light. I certainly won't lower myself to throw your thumbnail sketches in your face. I thought I saw one, though in a place you wouldn't want anyone to go.





     
    Please call me Dr Cool-Ice from now on.
    If you can deliver an off-the-cuff theorem of something worth contributing to the arts (in lieu of money which those, e.g. Doctor Arlo Guthrie contribute) or the sciences, as in a later proven theory that can fail others on a probability level, then we can call you Doctor Whateveryournameis, with no reservation. Otherwise, I'd probably address you as Doctor Mocker.

    The one thing that disqualifies you from any type of doctoral consideration at the moment is your lack of reservation to do harm. I'd hate to have to introduce you as a family member on Thanksgiving.

    "Yes, Kendall. We are having the family dinner in Iceland this year. Didn't you get the ticket?"
    "Yes, Dad. It' only a one way."
    "Don't worry, we'll take care of the other at the table..."


    Original beats GIGO anyday. Don't buy the Yellowstone warnings? I don't care, but you might want to practice assuming the BOATYSWAG position.
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    "As the title suggests, I am a physicist; astrophysicist to be more specific. To be straight forward and aligned with our Indiana Codes, I want to specify that my title has been recognized by judges in our county, so the "A" means autodidactic. There are some universities willing to credit me with an honorary degree as soon as I finish the body of work, but till then some of our local judges have taken some mercy on me and allowed me to use the title because they feel I deserve it and have been cheated from it by our space agency. So yes, it is correct to address me by that title."

    So a nutter then Dr Me?

    "Anyone who wants to help can call the building commissioner here and tell him my research is more important than their inspections. I live in Anderson, Indiana the phone to the building department is 765-648-6163. The commissioner's name is Michael J. E. Widing. If it wasn't for all their baloney, I'd have lectures on the You Tube by now and I don't think my computer for doing the renderings would have suffered the damage from the move, so I'd be up and running. I only have one patron as of now who gives me about $500 a month. I have to live on that, make my house and utility bill payments and little by little buy computer stuff. I am buying two houses though and one I'm tearing down for materials to build my own podule. I'm also researching a cellulose version of styrofoam for the floatation sections of these "arks""

    Oh yes Dr Me, a nutter alright.
    Moral of the story: theres a layer of ice inside the sun. And the Mayans were contacted from the future. And if you call yourself a doctor long enough, other people will too... Please call me Dr Cool-Ice from now on.
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    (From the author's forward of my novel)

    A lot of people ask about that doctorate issue. I have bios in more than one area on the net that give that. I'm even starting a blog on my website forum. Five years ago, a judge let me use the title Dr. along with the Ph.D. moniker. I believe he was impressed that I could give himthe universe in about 30 seconds. I, not long afterward, reviewed the Indiana Codes about that and decided it was ethical to add an A. in front for "autodidactic." A judge or a child can accept the 30 second skinny about a theory of everything. A mainstream scientist can't accept any opinion that isn't aligned with theirs even if you gave them 30 years.

    The sun in 10 seconds:

    A core of thermo primus. Highest known heats, interfaced, by an adiabatic zone, to an output that is a stable secondary thermal system. The adiabatic zone would likely be composed of a dark anti-matter.

    Another 10 seconds:

    Dark matter is an outbound wave of time. Dark anti-matter is the inbound wave. matter, including that without significnt mass, such as photons or neutrinos, are resultant waves of collision probabilties and the associated effects of proximity.

    Another 10 seconds:

    Primordial star material is where both the problem of the controversy comes into conflict with the absolute solution.



    My question to you, Kendall, is can you dredge upany more hatred to spread. Maybe you are relatively distanced from Yellowstone Caldera... from Antarctic subterranean lakes mainstream science seems so eager to drill into, reckless of primitiarum biologicus... from the human heart. Pretty eyes? Pirates smile? It's understandable. Typical; Vulgar, but understandable in such light. I certainly won't lower myself to throw your thumbnail sketches in your face. I thought I saw one, though in a place you wouldn't want anyone to go.





     
    Please call me Dr Cool-Ice from now on.
    If you can deliver an off-the-cuff theorem of something worth contributing to the arts (in lieu of money which those, e.g. Doctor Arlo Guthrie contribute) or the sciences, as in a later proven theory that can fail others on a probability level, then we can call you Doctor Whateveryournameis, with no reservation. Otherwise, I'd probably address you as Doctor Mocker.

    The one thing that disqualifies you from any type of doctoral consideration at the moment is your lack of reservation to do harm. I'd hate to have to introduce you as a family member on Thanksgiving.

    "Yes, Kendall. We are having the family dinner in Iceland this year. Didn't you get the ticket?"
    "Yes, Dad. It' only a one way."
    "Don't worry, we'll take care of the other at the table..."


    Original beats GIGO anyday. Don't buy the Yellowstone warnings? I don't care, but you might want to practice assuming the BOATYSWAG position.
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    "The one thing that disqualifies you from any type of doctoral consideration at the moment is your lack of reservation to do harm. "

    No, its the exact same thing that disqualifies you; because I havent studied for and attained my doctorate in any subject. In that regard, we are the same. The hypocratic oath is for medical doctors anyway dip, not physicists.

    "A core of thermo primus. Highest known heats, interfaced, by an adiabatic zone, to an output that is a stable secondary thermal system. The adiabatic zone would likely be composed of a dark anti-matter."

    Hang on I thought it was supercooled helium?

    You realise the core of the sun is so hot electrons cant fall into shells round nucleii? Plasma fusing at millions of degrees? You know this right?
    The transition zone between the radiative and convective layers is explained by existing physics and doesnt need supercool helium/dark matter/insanity.

    "A judge or a child can accept the 30 second skinny about a theory of everything. A mainstream scientist can't accept any opinion that isn't aligned with theirs even if you gave them 30 years."

    Kind of sucks that peer review isnt just impressing some country judge or a child then I guess. Sadly, it is a tad more rigourous than that.

    "Five years ago, a judge let me use the title Dr. along with the Ph.D. moniker."

    Youre not a real doctor, you're a guy who's changed his name to Dr Charbonneau A PHD and uses this to trick the unsuspecting into giving him credence.

    "I certainly won't lower myself to throw your thumbnail sketches in your face. I thought I saw one, though in a place you wouldn't want anyone to go."

    Please elaborate?

    Tell us more about how you enjoy infecting animals with encephalitis too.
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    Holy st hahahaha

    I hereby declare myself Doctor Love PHD. A judge said I was a real handful in the bedroom.
    Her name was Judge Sexy.

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    Holy st hahahaha
    Fun isn't it? When two argumentative members collide, we need to take into consideration is either or both are immovable objects or infinite forces or not. Either way I'm grabbing the popcorn.

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    Nah Im good, I recognise the grandiose dellusions and vague threats symptomatic of mental illness when I see them and know there's no talking to that kind of craziness, ever.

    But someone who deliberately infects animals with disease for no reason other than their own entirely bogus "research"... its a shame you cant punch people through computer screens.


    The other thing is, real stellar thermodynamics is a lot more interesting than this guy's made-up bullshit. Did you know for example that sunlight is millions of years old?
    Its true. The light falling on your eyes right now left the sun 8 minutes ago, but was made in the core a lot longer ago than that. The core is made of plasma, gas atomic nucleii with no electrons around them to form atoms.
    Plasma is perfectly reflective to light, so photons made by fusion in the core bounce around along paths millions of light years long before they leave the core, and their energy is transfered into convective gas layers above the core, before finally being radiated at the surface.
    So the sunlight you see is a fossil.
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    No, its the exact same thing that disqualifies you; because I havent studied for and attained my doctorate in any subject. In that regard, we are the same. The hypocratic oath is for medical doctors anyway dipt, not physicists.
    So that gives one the red carpet to do harm? I think the judge, who was pretty intelligent and you've already identified where, would have tossed YOU in prison had you self appointed and been so audacious as to bring your demand into his court.

     
    Hang on I thought it was supercooled helium?

    You realise the core of the sun is so hot electrons cant fall into shells round nucleii? Plasma fusing at millions of degrees? You know this right?
    The transition zone between the radiative and convective layers is explained by existing physics and doesnt need supercool helium/dark matter/insanity.
    Unfortunately, your information is as half baked as your understanding. I suggest you go to the SOHO site and look at the elements deemed present in the solar atmosphere and if you intend to pick a battle of wits, next time bring something besides fluff to fight with.

     
    Kind of sucks that peer review isnt just impressing some country judge or a child then I guess. Sadly, it is a tad more rigourous than that.
    Kind of sucks that the food chain gives credit to a regular customer than where it is really due. Sucks more that you pervert people's words. Maybe I should bring up some of your earlier work, Kendall. Incidentally, is that your pic in the tin-foil hat with the cat? I was wondering who had that amusing, albeit sad, bit of mockery.

     
    Youre not a real doctor, you're a guy who's changed his name to Dr Charbonneau A PHD and uses this to trick the unsuspecting into giving him credence.
    Actually that's false, because I didn't change my name. Beyond that? So what? Still throwing marshmallows from your assymetrical hypothalamus?

     
    Tell us more about how you enjoy infecting animals with encephalitis too.
    Funny, people like you with trouble reading are likely the reason so many call artist dumb. Like I said, I'll be kind and refrain from showing your earlier work.

    Nonetheless, let me see how this particular editor processes images...

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    I recognise the grandiose dellusions and vague threats symptomatic of mental illness when I see them
    The institution personnel likely pound that into your head, so I'd imagine you learned that from first hand experience.

    As I said, I've been kind in not showing your earlier works. Oh and, yes. Your work is very, very nice.

    Where exactly were you institutionalized? What happened? It's okay to talk about it. What happened? Did you experience a psychotic break because someone spilled ink on one of you swirling deformed portraits? I'd imagine that could send an unstable person into a rage. My ex was like that. She bore a young child from her own brother. He is mentally ill. Unfortunately I was named as the father. He is schizoid. She, as it turned out is schizoid. He's 23 now and has rampage episodes that land him in jail. There's nothing I can do to help him.

    In your case, you really need to read thoroughly before you make... let's say... erroneous accusations. I stated that my other half's MS doctors would obtain the infected animals that are used for such research. It's sad, but we are all desperate to find the cure. In my case, I just want to find a way to keep her vital organs working and the magnetic induction may just be successful.

    YOU couldn't begin to envision something like that. That's why a judge will recognize me with a fitting title where you'd be tossed in prison for a few years, or likely just another mental institution for a few months till they get your meds adjusted. I'm sure those meds don't help your thinking very much. Art's a good outlet though for ones like you. Just keep taking your meds and keep drawing. You'll get a life someday

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    Please post some art in the Critique section. Talk is cheap.

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    Indeed, we got no problem with you being disturbed. Most of us are.
    But you have exceeded your lounge bull quota. To reset it, post
    some of your art in the critique center.

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I can request R&D grants for a feasible idea. That is what I'm doing.
Then why are you trolling for funds across so many forums?



The rest is a suggested thing.
The rest of what, your off the wall ideas?



The hazards of mountain fault shearing is not a mere suggestion.
Somebody said it was? Not me, I am not a geologist or specialist in geoscience other than tunnelling.




Ask BTPost about "the rough places plains."
That has what to do with your pods?


Mountains seldom grow from a single eruption.
Hm. Thought that was obvious for volcanic mountains. Distinctly not true for thrust originated hills like the Rockies or Appalachians.


That is why they are layered with faults.
Among other reasons, what's the point you are trying to make here?


How else do you think water forces its way upward to create a mountain spring?
And I thought you were worried about displacing sea water by melting glaciers. Sorry 'bout that, silly me. But until the supply of fresh water stops running off to the oceans, mountain springs won't float your pod, or anyone else's.

Funny. If you are older than I am, why doesn't your "diploma" read BScME like mine?
I didn't buy mine the same place you did. Mine is dated 1972 from a real university in Michigan. Post Naval service, so don't try to guess my age from that.

Of course, I'll be 60 next year. If you are so old as I could call you "gramps"
Feel free, I've been called that and way worse. And in the case of my grandkids, it's actually welcome.

I imagine senility becomes the essence of a Greek tragedy. It just might give an old dude like you too much stress to find out just how wrong you are about someone and what they say.
I have outlived stress, probably the least stressed individual you'll ever meet, on line or off. You have no idea and have no business drawing or implying conclusions from age.

As I mentioned, I was just a bit concerned that "Tracy" came here through the link on my site.
Not at all sure how she came to read this thread this time, but she's done it often over the last 6 or 7 years. A highly regarded Monkey.

I know someone in real life who that might have been and I'd hate to think I led her into all this baloney you've tossed at me.
Sorry, it's to laugh after the beshonka you've been spouting.

I am building that prototype amid quite a few setbacks.
Started your patent notebook yet?

Why are you wasting time here when you should be out in the shop working on the prototype since you have no visible means of support? (Look up "vagrant" to detect the meaning of those last 5 words.) You are right, it'll do neither you nor anyone else any good if you don't get it done and marketed.

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