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November 09, 2007

Majikthise takes 2nd place in 2007 Weblog Awards

Here are the results in the Best Individual Blogger. Thanks so much for all your support!

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I am duly impressed.

Not surprised, though. :)

Yay!An honour well earned.

In 2008,we smash them! (Peaceful and democratic electoral metaphorically speaking.)

Wow. Impressive!

Heartiest felicitations. It's richly deserved.

Predictions of the next 911 by a Professional Geologist.

www.H2onE2.com Glacial Respiration, Conceptual Ring of Ice, The End of Linear Western Religion
A Geological Exploration of an E2 Earthen Planet And the H2 Human Species
Author: B Billy Marse, Professional Geologist

Brief Description:
www.H2onE2.com is an exploration of the universe, geology, climate, biology, humans, psychology, folklore and ancient structures to uncover the beginning and disclose the end of linear western religion. The true DaVinci Code behind the bible is not a supreme spiritual power but a scientific record of climate change described as Glacial Respiration. The Greek philosophers originated the practice of communicating a hidden idea or message in the short story format, as a metaphor. In the bible, metaphors conceal historic climate change within the fanciful stories. The theory of Glacial Respiration explains the myth behind the Holy Grail, structures such as the Great Pyramids, Stonehenge, Easter Island and is the knowledge that was collected in the Jewish Ark of the Covenant.
The environmental changes of Glacial Respiration determine all biological evolution and can explain why higher forms of intelligent humans developed. Further, Glacial Respiration releases the secret hidden by the Knights Templars, Masonic Order and all religions. Uncovers an advanced Blue-Blooded semi-industrial Atlantian Civilization that was built and destroyed many times over for the last million years. The book ends with an explanation of how linear western religion will be physically ended and describes the construction of the doomsday device capable of fulfilling its own self defining prophesy, “Revelations”. H2onE2 is a mind-expanding experience that stimulates the soul, instinct, intellect and is an almanac to the past, present and future of humanity. Rise, awaken and evolve into H3 human consciousness.

The discovery:
As a Professional Geologist, I attempted to link the Dust Bowl/Great Depression to a pre-glacial condition or mechanism and ended up writing the book H2onE2. I felt that there was a strong connection between the Dust Bowl and transition back into Glacial Winter. I did notice that my professors scientifically crumbled every time I mentioned the relationship. I could not go back in time or locate indisputable proof. The proof came from understanding all educational disciplines including history and theology. I soon discovered that all religious text both eastern and western continually described significant climate change conditions relating to Glacial Respiration. For years I fought off mixing science and religion until I discovered that the origins of all religions were founded or created to help humans psychologically survive the harsh earthen environment. Without reason I soon accepted that the world's complicated religions were the same. This came true and I continued to write and discover. Everything came into place as though I was unlocking a 10,000-year-old puzzle. I also realized this puzzle was opened before I discovered it, by someone else, some other group. If so, further understanding of this knowledge might be extracted from significant historical events. Lastly, this is the vital information needed to make future predictions.57575uj7j

Judging by the results, people are fans of a libertarian/neocon that can barely write coherently. Don't feel bad Lindsey, I won a loaf of bread for a blogging award. I kid you not.

Kudos to you. I just found your site a few days ago and have been reading some back articles. Very well done.

james...

Congratulations to a person who has important things to say and whose voice is being heard.

Keep up the good work, Lindsay!

Gratz on number 2!

I started reading Pharyngula after seeing him linked on the weblog awards. There's one mighty disturbing picture on the front page today: Disturbing squid

Congratulations.

Thanks so much for all your support!
Je vous en prie.

Of course, a big problem with the blog voting was that you could vote more than once, so all the mouth-breathers out there, who tend to be better organized and motivated than their liberal counterparts, could easily stack the deck. They got Bush more or less elected, after all, so don't feel too bad about it. You win first prize on style, class, content and writing ability.

YAY !!! I like it when my clicks come to fruition. (through your hard work, of course) LOL.

VERY COOL !!

Congrats.

As far as I am concerned, that qualifies as a win.

Congratulamations!

Congrats, and like that. You held second all the way I saw.

But I wish I understood the significance of Weblog Awards better. How does the nominating work, exactly? And the multiple votes thing does seem wack.

Pffffft, Glenn Reynolds is not a blogger. He is a quipster, without comments!

You are really number one Lindsay.

That's fantastic, Lindsay. Recognition of the quality of your writing, I think.

Glen must have tapped into some Orc colony for votes this year.

Congrats on an impressive 2nd place victory! You deserved to come first though.

P.S. You certainly would qualify for a photography award blog, too.

Hey, you beat everyone who isn't a crazy ridiculous asshole with a sad need to prove his masculinity and a ridiculous spouse who spouts cheap spouse's-crowd-pleasing points like a creepy robot!

I mean....congrats to...ever...ybody? Yay Lindsay!

Heh. Indeed.

Congratulations!

Congratulations, Lindsay. It's well deserved.

Incidentally, I think liberals are just as capable as conservatives of voting once a day. The real difference is that Lindsay didn't "campaign." At least judging by the competitions in the "Funniest blog" and "Best Science blog" categories, the top two spots went to blogs that reminded their readers every day about the competition, and encouraged them to get out the vote. I'd be willing to bet that Glenn Reynolds did the same thing.

Does everything have to split on liberal/conservative lines these days? The competition between the top two contenders for "Funniest blog" were between a liberal blog (whose humor mostly consists of calling conservatives stupid) and a conservative blog (whose "humor"---and there I really have to stretch to use that word---consists of callings liberals stupid). The competition between the top two contenders for "Best Science Blog," was between BadAstronomy, and ClimateAudit, the latter being an anti-global-warming blog. Gah. Both races even had a 3rd party, Ralph Nader-like strategic voting thing going. The third place in "Best Science blog, Pharyngula, eventually urged its readers to vote for BadAstronomy, to prevent splitting the non-junk-science votes. Some readers of the 3rd place humor blog, Jon Swift, voted for the first place liberal humor blog, to prevent splitting the liberal votes. Bah.

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