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My goal in life is to follow Jesus and to follow God's plan. I have done so for several years.

I believe in 2017, God led me to find @josias working on the project.
To be honest, I didn't know Jesus. I thought I thought I was going to hell and didn't deserve forgiveness.
Through working on that project, I realized Jesus loves me and died on the cross for me, and God
has a plan for my life. Since then, I have committed to following it.

I have been an amateur astronomer for several years.
God has shown me amazing things through my telescope, and I have learned a lot.
I have seen star clusters, planets, nebulae, galaxies, etc.

Science has strengthened my relationship with God.
It shows me the amazing design of the universe we have.
It has led me to admire God even more.

God made us explorers and gave us a beautiful universe to admire and study.

"Great are the works of the Lord, studied by all who delight in them." - Psalm 111:2

Sept 28 2022: Milky Way
Bad exposure, forgot to shoot in RAW, and left aperature too small.

Regardless of your political beliefs, we should all pray for Joe Biden.

The world would be a much better place if we could just appreciate each other's ideas. We don't all have to agree on everything, just appreciate each other.

After about 6 years, I am shutting down and moving the code and data to Minehut's free services.
I didn't want to kill the server, but I didn't want to keep hosting it. Microsoft keeps digging the game into a ditch, and ruining it update by update.


I have a Google Play developer account and a Chrome Web Store account.
I can publish your application for free, if you don't want to pay the fees.
Just Send me an email: is expiring soon, and I saw is available, and bought it.

Gonna go through the process of scouring through the internet and updating every single reference to now.

May 29th 2021: Barnard's Star 1 Year Later
Eight months after my last astrophoto, I finally decided to bring out the camera again. Included here is a GIF of my exposure from May 1st last year compared to the exposure I took today. The GIF shows the slow movement of Barnard's Star.

Barnard's Star is the 4th closest star to the sun.'


Tried to sell it a few months ago, and it didn't work out.

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Selling OLPC XO 1, for 50 bucks. Been messing with for around 3 years, I'm done with it now. Battery holds for a good 45 minutes. Shipping in US, accepts ceyptocurrency

Running OLPC build 860, which comes with old Gnome and fedora.

May 19 2022: Near Ophiuchus
There isn't really anything interesting in this photo, but it's my first astrophoto in around 6 months.

Since December I have been dealing with extreme headaches. Programming, astronomy, and focusing in general make it worse. My life has pretty much been on pause since then. Went to my Doctor, the ER, Physiologist, therapist, and chiropractor. The medicine I was recommended only made it worse. The chiropractor seems to make the most sense. He's the best chiropractor in my area and is pretty confident I should be able to think again in a few weeks.

turned 4 years old in March. The project is pretty much dead, other than me tweaking small things in the CLI program.
You can see our work here:

The Compiler - With Warnings Instead of Errors
Not sure if I shared it before, but it's pretty helpful

Best language to embed in applications? Ease of implementation doesn't count.

Also forgot to mention that it comes with stock charger.

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email me if interested:

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