Thursday, April 17, 2008


As I'm sure most of you are aware, Edward Lorenz began his journey into the great beyond yesterday. The founding father of chaos theory will be sanctified later this week, as soon as the countless polynesian shaman are through verifying that his death was not premature. The physical soul was not noted to have exited through the left tearduct by witnesses at his side, therefore full resurrection massage will be performed over the next several days. However, this will require the recapture of the physical soul in cupped hands first, and the reinsertion of the soul beneath his left big toe.

For those of you not familiar with Dr. Lorenz' theory, it was made famous by his conjecture that even the flapping of one butterfly's wings in South America could ultimately effect changes in the tornado season in Oklahoma. Small events can birth the greatest longterm changes. This of course, became known as the butterfly effect. It should be clear at this point why this theory is embraced in the lexicon of the Great Triad.

Needless to say, the realm of the Big Mamou is in hyperkinetic turmoil. This will be exacerbated by record high projections for the spring birthrates of both monarch and swallowtail butterflies. Oooooooooooooooooooooooklahoma beware!!!!!

A plethora of unusual events has filled today's news, a sure sign that the horsemen of the apocalypse are just riding around in circles. What changes will occur due to the winds created by this cyclical gallop, only Mamou knows for sure. It is highly recommended that you wear your most powerful mojos over the next several weeks.

1 comment:

PENolan said...

I have always been a great believer in Chaos Theory even though I was introduced to it by what's his name who wrote the book about the dinosaurs in Costa Rica which was made into a movie where the chaos scientist was played by Jeff Goldbloom.

As it happens, in my preschool classroom next week, we will be hatching caterpillars and growing them into butterflies. Apparently we can create our own chaos at any time.