4 Oct


‘Cosmosis’ is the process whereby two galaxies of unequal star densities – – – separated by a thin porous ethereal layer – – – drift toward each other; the greater drift being toward the denser galaxy.

And that my friends, is cosmosis.

Except, I failed to mention one thing; the hypothetical.

Now I ask you, dear reader, is there a difference between hypothetical and philosophical? I think not.

The philosophical hypothesis is an ontological construct; with the exception that ontology is a subset of philosophy. This is sort of like all gophers are animals but not all animals are gophers – – – except if they are prairie dogs. Then both gophers and dogs are specific animals but their beings are both existent and therefore ontological.

However, not unlike the galaxies – – – I drift.

Getting back to the process of cosmosis, I wonder what happens when the two intermingle. Are little galaxies formed? If so, what is the gestation period for these galaxian progenies? Is it instantaneous?

And how do they eliminate inbreeding. I would certainly think that there must be more than one cosmosis taking place – – – certainly within the universe. This would keep the blood lines separated in order to avoid what occurred in the European royalty; may the gods help us all if we repeat that muddle!

I think the following will help to clarify my point;


Hey diddle diddle,

The cat and the fiddle,

The cow jumped over the moon,

The little dog laughed, To see such sport,

And the fork ran away with the spoon.


The above is an English nursery rhyme. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 19478.

And – – – once again – – – I drift.

As you can well see, there is a correlation between multiple ‘cosmosis’ [or cosmosicity] in that both the nursery rhyme and the hypothesis of cosmosicity have the potential of bringing forward progeny.

The cosmosicity breeds new galaxies.

The fork running away with the spoon breeds ‘sporks.’


Cute little devils, aren’t they?

Oh crap!!!!!!!!

I forgot to explain the Roud Folk Song Index.

The Roud Folk Song Index is a database of nearly 200,000 references to nearly 25,000 songs that have been collected from oral tradition in the English language from all over the world. It is compiled by Steve Roud, a former librarian in the London Borough of Croydon. Roud’s Index is a combination of the Broadside Index – – – which were printed sources before 1900 – – – and a “field-recording index” compiled by Roud. It subsumes all the previous well-known printed sources known to Francis James Child – – – often referred to as ‘the Child Ballads’ – – – and includes recordings from 1900 to 1975.

I have just used the term ‘oral tradition’ and am quite confused by my selection of such a term. I put that term and another one – – – ‘period costume’ – – – on the same plane. In fact, if I had my choice I would put both terms on a TWA Plane never to be seen again.

I also have no idea what subsume means; and again, I drift.

Getting back to the cosmos and the spork; I wonder if Spock ever used a spork?


Hey diddle diddle,

Captain Kirk made a riddle,

Scotty beamed Spock up from a moon,

Uhara laughed,

To see such miscalculation,

As Spock morphed into a spoon.


Well – – – that is all the facts that I have time to share with you today.

Tune in tomorrow as I delve into the real truth about the European Royalty that I skimmed over today. Sorry about that but my computer is running out of ink and my USB Ink Port has a boo-boo.

Tomorrow it is; and we will investigate “Mary, Mary” who I understand was quite the contrarian.

I leave you with the following tidbit to sharpen your teeth on;

Mary, Mary,

quite contrary,

How does your garden grow?

With silver bells, and cockle shells,

And pretty maids all in a row.

[Sometimes ‘pretty maids’ is replaced with ‘cuckolds’; hopefully that should give you a hint.]






6 Responses to “COSMOSIS”

  1. Waldo "Wally" Tomosky October 4, 2015 at 2:45 pm #

    Reblogged this on waldotomosky.

  2. easyweimaraner October 4, 2015 at 2:54 pm #

    that makes sense… when Spock morphed into a spoon and met a fork … then the prongs look exactly like Mr. Spocks ears …

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky October 4, 2015 at 2:56 pm #

      Finally! Somebody understands my thought processi. Thank you Lord – – – and thank you easy. Now go beg for another taco.

  3. GP Cox October 4, 2015 at 4:14 pm #

    What can I say Wally – you’re a hoot!! And that picture you put at the end of your posts always sets me off! A good one!!

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky October 4, 2015 at 8:13 pm #

      Thanks GP. For a minute I was worried that you were going to think I was cuckoo-cuckoo-cuckoo.

      • GP Cox October 5, 2015 at 9:38 am #

        Well, we ALL know you’re cuckoo-cuckoo, Wally, but I think that’s why we like you so much…Hahaha

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