My Shared Inspirations

To let you explore samples of my ideas in science philosophy, I freely share a few videos on the Vimeo website via the safe links shown below.


The first part of my shared inspiration contains Works in Philosophic Science:

    "Cosmic Learning",  "Seeking Angels"
These lessons explore the conclusions we draw about the mysteries of our physical structure and encounters with the cosmic Force of Life.  Safely view these musical visions on the following link:

The next part of my shared inspirations is a few of the original songs I produced and recorded over the years:  
    "Rock and Sand", 

    "Crying Sea",
    "Winter Wanderings"
These songs provide valuable insight into the issues that impact the livability of our environment.  Safely view them on the following link:

This third part is a collection of Outdoor Nature Videos that explore the Life Wonders all around us.  Safely view them on the following link:  

And . . . A Sci-Fi Novel

Paperback $15. Full color E-book $10.


"A Dozen who Deal with it"

I wrote a Sci-fi adventure mystery for the curious intellect to explore the capabilities of some people faced with impending planetary disaster. A dozen strangers are gathered up without knowing the nature of their plight, or its massive impact on the future of the human race.


In 2020 I published a sequel to resolve the cliff-hanger ending of the original novel. The strangers, now lifelong friends, are returned to a confused world where they have to use the wisdom they gained to resolve our problems.  I title the sequel: "The Dozen Who Dealt with it".


Check out a full description and sample chapters on the safe link below:

Original Nature Photos 

Over the past twenty years I have made a huge collection of original photos and 3D views taken in the world of Living Wonders. Some of these images have been freely shared on the FlickR website as a sample.

Here's is a safe link below to view them.

The 3D images can be viewed in displays five inches wide, by letting eyes gaze forward as if viewing in distance.  When you see three frames, focus on the center frame and its depth comes alive.

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