Brian Robert Pearce
|Brian Pearce busked the streets
and bars of Europe between the years 1994 and 2000. In addition he
busked in New York while participating in the TIGHTROPE musical, a play
written by Ken Post [ with Bonnie Burns].
The journal exists, at present, as approx. 750,000 hand written words formatted in about 55 segments
|Some of my sites:
Music and photos
Music and lyrics
Virtual High Street
Basic Site Plan
COMPLETE ONLINE JOURNAL SEGMENTS:
Tortoise & Hare
New Clear Winter
Monster in NY
Things we must do
The online Labyrinth Busker Journal consists of hundreds of pages ranging from busking to a wide variety of topics and articles.
If you have a clear idea of what you are looking for, then use the search box (above) to find it.
My 'flash' sites are unlikely to be included in results from the search, so it is best to visit them directly.
My flash sites are:
I hope you enjoy the experience of the Labyrinth Busker Journal
Hi Mead! A view of a star map encompassing 27 light years unveils cygnus 2 as apparently veering in a different direction (symmetrically) to the main pattern of other stars. This could lead to the possibility that cygnus belongs to another universe travelling in an askew opposing direction to our own.
Through this, it can be imagined that cygnus may have passed through the solar system and caused asteroid and planetary collision within it. This may explain why it is a variable star.
It is travelling against our universe and there could be a high incidence of debris collision affecting mass and fuel sources for light.
It should be noted that the very air we breathe depends on the principle of collision. It is not unreasonable to apply this principle to space - and assume not all stars are originating from our universe.
Hi Mead! On the basis of the last mail, is this a planet coming our way? Is it colliding with our universe as we observe it?
Hi Mead! We've never had it so good. Tau Ceti could be the point where an opposing universe is in collision. It seems we could be 12 light years away from a force that threatens our solar system as we know it. Of course the opposing force may not be travelling toward us at the speed of light. It may also miss us.
Personally, I feel this is a promising explanation for the destruction of the dinosaurs and the Veritas collision 8.2 million years ago.