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Block Clock (2)
Tv Miller's Design-A-Day-Deluge release today is yet another (to quote Tv) 'confusing, irrational and completely useless ornament to appease a false sense of sophistication.' This second Block Clock extricates a typical course for telling time to a generalization as an apparatus of decoration. Link: Block Clock (2)
Orb Clock (1)
Getting an early start today with Tv Miller's design-a-day deluge by adding the Orb Clock which features a traditional 12 hours and 60 minutes elliptical clock face grafted onto a sphere held aloft a sleek pedestal. Link: Orb Clock (1)
Light Poles (1)
Over the next several days, we will be releasing numerous diminutive designs from Tv Miller including this ambient lighting structure devised of a series of translucent poles timbered at angles.
Link: Light Poles (1)
Block Clock (1)
We have just added a decor clock titled the Block Clock in first version. Clocks are now more commonly melded into the decor of a room as this particular design has attempted to do. The Block Clock features 24 hours, 60 minutes and 60 seconds in a digital LED series delineated as first digit to last. To amend to a specific decor, the lighted blocks can be altered to different colors or randomized via a switching board located on the rear of the unit. Link: Block Clock (1)
FSPW - Tv Miller vs. The Hardcore Conquistador (Clip)
FSPW Grand Finale Results
Tv Miller w/Mor defeated Anthony Devlin w/Jelena via submission.

Battle Royal Lumberjack Match
Tv Miller and Anthony Devlin eliminated each other.

Multimedia from this event will become available soon.
FSPW Grand Finale Card
19.30 31/4069
(7:30pm 31 January 2009)
Arena Latina @ University Roll
8440 N. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, Florida

Admission $5.00

LAW Championship Match
Diez Mascaras (c) vs. El Jugador

FSPW Florida Championship Match
Rip Malibu vs. BoneZ the Cutthroat

Tv Miller w/Mor vs. Anthony Devlin w/Jelena

"Hardcore Conquistador" Tony Perez vs. Jason Sensation

Torcher vs. Heater

The Virus vs. The Devils Rejects vs. The Fed Up North vs. TBA

Also in Action...
FSPW Champion Ricky Romeo
The Mooks
George Rodriguez
"The Best Ever" Sonny Maivia
And more...
Lost Footage (Again)
Tv constantly bickers with me how the intelligence quotient in Florida is on par with aboriginal tribes lost/immersed well into the Amazon. Unfortunately, he is consistently proven correct.

Today we were notified by Harlan Schmidt of SNN6 that the video footage of the most recent LAW professional wrestling event in Sarasota (Tv Miller w/Mor defeated Jerome Hendrix) was deleted by engineers prior to Mr. Schmidt obtaining the entirety of the match for transfer.

Two rationales deriding the truth arise. One would query the fact that while using a digital recorder, the data would have likely been stored on a RAID system, something the engineers would not have so easily eradicated. Second would objectify that should a RAID system be vulnerable, a backup of data to an external storage device (DVD-R) would be a traditional avenue.

Either way, we can decipher that Harlan is either a liar or an idiot, to the lack of benefit to us. This is the third video acclaimed to be misplaced, stolen or deleted by separate individuals native to Florida.

1. FSPW - Tv Miller vs. Ricky Romeo (Championship Match)
2. FSPW - Tv Miller vs. The Hardcore Conquistador (?)
3. LAW - Tv Miller (w/Mor) vs. Jerome Hendrix

The only remaining lackluster footage is available here.

Out of pure curiosity, here is a link to the NAEP State Profile for Florida. What should be discerned is not the most recent data but rather the preceding 5 to 10 years which alienates those who you commonly interact with as adults. According to a government statistical abstract, Florida is currently ranked 29th from a previous (5 to 10 years ago) 38th.
Tv Miller vs. Jerome Hendrix (SNN6 Edition)
Harlan Schmidt of SNN6 in Sarasota was on scene for the 319/4068 LAW show where Tv Miller w/Mor defeated Jerome Hendrix and while we are still attempting to obtain the entirety of the match, until then, you can view this edited piece by Harlan Schmidt.

Theorem - Edge of the Cosmos (Universal Version)
More than two years ago, I presented a thought/contest on the theorem of the universe's boundaries resultant of the "big bang" (non-sexual innuendo) model asking how we can define an absolute barrier (http://www.tvmiller.com/inde...).

One proposal defines the barrier as a constant affixed to heavy particles (fig. A) expanding relative to the force displaced by the decompression. A second proposed that photons emitted from heavy particles would constitute an extremity (sexual innuendo) of this barrier further extending the distance of expansion (fig. B) thus negating the current estimate of the distance/age of the universe. I then suggested an alternative theorem where the barrier is denser than a photon particle, giving density to the matter of space or the/an extrauniversal fabric thereby reflecting/refracting the photon (fig. C) again negating the accuracy of measure.

Physicists are frequently dumbfounded to rationalize why the universe is in a constant state of expansion and conceivably accelerating. While rudimentary physics would demand that the peak of acceleration would be at the event horizon of decompression, we can derive several alternatives to reason why. Inflation and repulsive gravity (relativity) are excellent contributions while the now popular invalidated 'dark energy' appears juvenile. My two cents, fresh off the grill (not 'teeth' to those near any stadiums) supplement or prompt complementary modifications.

The first I will skim by because, it's robust. Based on a cyclical model of the universe, in a fluid constituent, the universe utilizes eddies ('black holes') as agitators, recycling matter from heat/fluid/force displacements, propagating an unremitting expansion.

The second ties to our above (above that) proposal with a fourth hypothesis. Should the barrier be an inert entity although porous, photons would travel through this ether by osmosis, plausibly warping the barrier and generating either a dissipation vacuum relieving the volume of mass and/or an oscillating vacuum creating drag (fig. D).

Truthfully though, I find that the universal fabric is static and there is no explicit barrier carved from the expansion of observed matter...but what's the point of creative thought and the subsequent antithetical analysis without bringing it up? I'll applaud me for you.