Yer Ass Sick Park


Operation Disclosure | By Grant Ouellette, Contributing Writer

Submitted on June 20, 2021

Dr. Malcolm and Dr. Grant

‘You must feel vindicated – about your theory’

Image from the 1993 movie Jurassic Park, at that time the highest grossing movie ever; now 40th at just over $1 billion. The sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) is 15 th at $1.3 billion and Jurassic World (2015) is 6 th at $1.67 billion.

Lookin’ Out My Back Door (note: dinosaur can mean outdated, obsolete; Victrola’s were radios)

Just got home from Illinois, lock the front door, oh boy!

Got to sit down, take a rest on the porch


Imagination sets in, pretty soon I’m singin’

Doo, doo, doo, lookin’ out my back door

There’s a giant doin’ cartwheels, a statue wearin’ high heels

Look at all the happy creatures dancin’ on the lawn

Dinosaur Victrola, listenin’ to Buck Owens

Doo, doo, doo, lookin’ out my back door

Tambourines and elephants are playin’ in the band


Won’t you take a ride on the flyin’ spoon? Dood-n-doo-doo

Wonderous apparition provided by magician

Doo, doo, doo, lookin’ out my back door

Tambourines and elephants are playin’ in the band

Won’t you take a ride on the flyin’ spoon? Dood-n-doo-doo

Bother me tomorrow, today I’ll buy no sorrows

Doo, doo, doo, lookin’ out my back door

Forward troubles Illinois, lock the front door, oh boy!

Look at all the happy creatures dancin’ on the lawn

Bother me tomorrow, today I’ll buy no sorrows


Doo, doo, doo, lookin’ out my back door

CCR; Songwriter: John C. Fogerty


There is a plan to keep secret the plot of the movie ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ until its theatrical release on June 10, 2022.

From the article ‘Sananda: Of Trees, Dinosaurs and Giants’ posted at June 12, 2021, Channel Jahn J Kassl

Sananda: Dinosaurs, which did not eat meat, lived with humans at the same epoch on this earth. For a long time your science has been able to show this. However, this is avoided in order to maintain the old narrative and to conceal the true nature from man. The less man knows about his origin, the better the system of exploitation and oppression works.

So dinosaurs did not eat humans.

A different article relates that birds came before dinosaurs; so birds did not evolve from dinosaurs, but the reverse.

In 1990 Michael Crichton released his killer book Jurassic Park ©.

Played by Jeff Goldblum in the movie, Dr. Ian Malcolm appears on page 72. He is a self-described chaotician, one who studies and applies iterative non-linear systems in which arbitrarily small variations in initial conditions become magnified over time. Chaoticians believe that those minor changes, those errant flaws or errant bits of code, can be used to calculate where the distortions in reality will occur and how the universe responds.


Book Quotes and Information, with some abridgement and adapt-a-tad

Malcolm: We live in a world of frightful givens – that you will behave like this, that you will care about that. No one thinks about the givens. Isn’t it amazing? In an information society, nobody thinks. We expected to banish paper, but instead we banished thought.

I’ve always maintained that this island would be unworkable. I predicted it from the beginning.

Dr. Grant flips through Malcolm’s paper.

Gennaro (the lawyer): You conclude that Hammond’s island is bound to fail? Please explain.

Malcolm: Physics has had success at describing the behavior and movement of objects like planets in orbit, spacecraft, pendulums, springs and rolling balls. These are described by linear equations … easily solved.

But there is another kind of behavior … anything to do with turbulence … water coming out of a spout … air moving over an airplane wing … weather … blood flowing through the heart … events described by non-linear equations … harder or impossible to solve. The new chaos theory describes them, and it has ‘strange attractors’.

(History: The mathematician Henri Poincare (1854 – 1912) discovered that planetary orbits had sensitive initial conditions – a small difference in position, velocity or mass could lead to large differences in orbits)

Chaos theory grew through computer modeling in the 1960’s. Weather always defied understanding. Early researchers learned that even if your understand it, prediction is impossible … the behavior of a weather system is sensitively dependent on initial conditions.

Fire two similar shells from the same cannon and the linear projection makes them land near each other … but two weather systems that start with the same temperature, wind speed and humidity will not behave the same … will wander off rapidly … thunderstorms instead of sunshine … nonlinear dynamics sensitive to initial conditions: tiny differences amplified – the butterfly effect: a butterfly flaps its wings in Jakarta resulting in a sunny day in Atlanta.


Gennaro: So chaos is just random and unpredictable?

Malcolm: No. We find hidden regularities within the complex variety of a system’s behavior. In any sort of complex system where there is confusion and unpredictability we can find an underlying order … so it is used to study stock markets, rioting crowds, and brain waves during epilepsy.

Chaos theory says two things: complex systems have an underlying order, and the reverse of that, simple systems can produce complex behavior – for example, pool balls. In Newtonian physics theory, you hit a pool ball with a certain force and you can calculate the angles it will strike the banks and where it will stop. In fact you can’t predict more than a few seconds into the future because immediately very small effects – imperfections in the ball surface, tiny indentations in the tabletop (felt) – start to make a difference. It turns out a system of pool balls on a table has unpredictable behavior.

In another example, animals in a zoo environment will eventually show unpredictable behavior.

Page 158

Computers were built in the late 1940s to handle a lot of variables simultaneously; to predict the weather.

The belief was that prediction was just a function of keeping track of things. If you knew enough, you could predict anything – a cherished belief since Newton.

Chaos theory throws that right out the window. You can never predict certain phenomena at all; and the weather no more than a few days away.

(Aside: This agrees with a channeled message in which God stated that The Company of Heaven does not know what is going to happen next)

You’re going to engineer a bunch of prehistoric animals and set them on an island? Fine. A lovely dream. Charming. But it won’t go as planned. Like the weather, it is inherently unpredictable.


The stegosaurus is 100 million years old. It isn’t adapted to our world. Everything is different; the solar radiation, the land, the insects, the sounds, and the vegetation. The air has less oxygen.

… your ability to control the spread of life-forms. The history of evolution is that life escapes all barriers. Life breaks free. Life expands to new territories – painfully, perhaps even dangerously. But life finds a way.

Page 170

Malcolm: I’m feeling a bit of dread. I suspect we are at a very dangerous point.

Grant (the hero): Why?

Malcolm: Intuition.

Grant: Do mathematicians believe in intuition?

Malcolm: Absolutely. Do you know about fractals?

Grant: Not really.

Malcolm: Fractals are a kind of geometry unlike the ordinary geometry of squares, cubes and spheres. Fractal geometry appears to describe real objects in the natural world. Mountains and clouds are fractal shapes.


Things look almost identical at different scales. A mountain has the same shape roughly as one of its peaks and also as a tiny speck of rock under a microscope – a sameness of scale, which also occurs for events.

Dr. Grant: Events?

Malcolm: Graphs of cotton price fluctuations look basically the same for a day, a week, a year, or ten years. That’s how things are. A day is like a whole life – having the same shape as a single day.

The fractal idea of sameness carries within it an aspect of recursion, a kind of doubling back on itself, which means that events are unpredictable; can change suddenly, without warning.

We imagine sudden change as something that happens outside of the normal – an accident, like a car crash – or beyond our control, like a fatal illness. We do not conceive of sudden, radical, irrational change as built into the fabric of existence. Yet it is. And chaos theory teaches us that linearity, from physics to fiction, does not exist. Linearity is an artificial way of viewing the world. Real life isn’t a series of encounters in which one event may change those that follow in a wholly unpredictable, even devastating way. That’s the deep truth about the structure of our universe.

Page 245

Gennaro: John Hammond asked Malcolm to model the system at Jurassic Park.

Malcolm’s models are all phase-space shapes.

They look like a weird twisted ship’s propeller – the behavior of any system follows the surface of the propeller.

A drop of water placed on the back of my hand will run off in an unknown direction, but it will be along the surface of my hand.


Chaos theory treats the behavior of a whole system like a drop of water moving on a propeller surface. The drop can do many things. It can spiral down or slip toward the edge, but always on the surface. Malcolm’s models have an edge or sharp incline where the drop speeds up. The whole system can suddenly collapse – like he says about Yer Ass Sick Park.

Page 277

Malcolm: It’s not clear how stupid the animals are. Grant’s no fool.

Page 283

Malcolm: Isn’t it time for more morphine yet?

Arnold says the systems are working perfectly.

Malcolm: That’s when it happens … engineers … technicians … have ‘thintelligence’ … think narrowly – don’t see the consequences – so you get an island like this. You cannot make an animal and not expect it to act ‘alive’ – to be unpredictable – to escape.

Scientists are preoccupied with accomplishment – focused on whether they can do something. They never stop to think whether they should do something, instead arguing that if they don’t do it, someone else will. Discovery is inevitable. The game in science is to do it first. Discovery is an aggressive penetrative act. It changes the world afterward. There are radioactive byproducts across the Earth – proof that scientists were here. Discovery is always a rape of the natural world.

Scientists can’t just watch, appreciate … fit into the natural order. They have to make something unnatural happen.

The answer is to take the thintelligents out of power.

Page 304

Malcolm: You create dinosaurs, think you own them, but you never learn anything about them. You forget that they are alive, have intelligence, and may not do your bidding.

Most kinds of power require a substantial sacrifice by whoever wants it. There is an apprenticeship, a discipline. You have to put in time, practice and effort; give up a lot to get it. Once you have the power, it is yours, the result of your discipline.

Consider a karate master. By the time he has acquired the ability to kill with his bare hands, he has also matured to the point where he won’t use it unwisely – a built-in control. The discipline of getting the power changes you so that you won’t abuse it.

But scientific power is a like inherited wealth: attained without discipline. You read what others have done, and take the next step; without discipline lasting decades – no mastery – no humility before nature.

You can stand on the shoulders of giants and accomplish something quickly. You don’t even know exactly what you have done, but already you have reported it, patented it, and sold it – and the buyer will have even less discipline than you. The buyer simply purchases the power, like any commodity – not even conceiving that any discipline might be necessary.

He who buys the power of a gun to kill does not have the discipline of a karate master.

Page 312

Malcolm: This attempt at control started 500 years ago with a fresh basic idea … a new way to look at reality that was objective, rational and exciting, and did not depend on your beliefs or nationality. It offered promise and hope and swept away the medieval system.

Today science its practical limits are apparent. Our world is polluted in fundamental ways – air, land, water – because of ungovernable science.

The great intellectual justification for science has vanished. Science has claimed the power to eventually control everything, through its understanding of the natural laws. However, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle set limits on what we could know about the subatomic world. Then Godel’s theorem set similar limits to mathematics.

Now chaos theory proves that unpredictability is built into our daily lives. The grand vision of total control has died. As science gains power, it proves itself incapable of handling the power. Genetic power will be in everyone’s hands … in kits … school experiments. What should I do with my power? Change comes … but you can’t see the other side, until you are there.

Page 384

Scientists use the word paradigm to mean a world view so paradigm shifts occur when science makes a major change in its view of the world. They are rare – maybe once a century – Darwinian evolution … quantum mechanics.

No … not … paradigm … beyond. Malcolm was rapidly slipping into delirium. He smiled.

Page 390

Dr. Grant was thinking the same thing. Bees could communicate spatially, by doing a kind of dance. Perhaps dinosaurs could do the same thing.

Page 397

Grant sat back in his seat. He felt sad and relieved at the same time.

Fractal Iterations


Fractal article I posted previously:


Chapter 1 to Jurassic Park starts with a full-page diagram of a simple fractal shape. Six subsequent chapters start similarly, each with a more complex shape than the last; all derived from the Chapter 1 fractal shape.

These Ian Malcolm captions go with the diagrams.

1st Iteration: At the earliest drawings of the fractal curve, few clues to the underlying mathematical structure will be seen. (page 9)

2 nd Iteration: With subsequent drawings of the fractal curve, sudden changes may appear. (page 29)

3 rd Iteration: Details emerge more clearly as the fractal curve is redrawn. (page 81)

4 th Iteration: Inevitably, underlying instabilities begin to appear. (page 179)

5th Iteration: Flaws in the system will now become severe. (page 269)

6 th Iteration: System recovery may prove impossible. (page 315)

7 th Iteration: Increasingly, the mathematics will demand the courage to face its implications. (page 365)

If you get the book you will see how the unsurpassable author fits the iterations into his story – pathetic fallacy.

There are many differences between the book and the movie.

Given the above, I find it funny that anyone involved with the movie ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ would try to keep secret its plot until its theatrical release on June 10, 2022.

Laugh Yer Ass Sick Park off!


Chaos Theory in the movie Back to the Future

Marty. You’ve got to come back with me; back to the future.

It’s your kids.


Proof of Chaos Theory: The Magnet Shard and How I Became a Light Warrior

My personal proof of chaos theory revolves around magnets.

Here’s how I transmuted from a lightworker into a light warrior – the event and dark energies I faced.

Remember Dr. Deepak Chopra’s 4-step acronym for difficult situations, STOP.

S top

T ake 3 deep breathes

O bserve how and where the body feels

P roceed with kindness and compassion

Five years, five months and five weeks ago a family friend replaced his laundry detergent with two circular magnets placed on opposite sides at the bottom of his washing machine. I examined and smelled some magnetically washed clothes and they passed muster.

Conveniently, just days later I came across an expired microwave oven.

Now I knew that the only good things about microwave ovens were other uses for its parts, and that there were two circular magnets inside. So I made a withdrawal and sent the remainder for recycling.

Such magnets are strong and dangerous. They can snap together or against the laundry machine wall (metal) with tremendous pressure and cause injury to skin (pressure cuts) easily. Further, if brought near, the magnets can destroy computers, other electronic devices, DVDs and CDs. They are not toys and not for children or even many adults, and they require safe storage.

Anyway I have used them in my laundry for several years.

The only problem I had was, unlike the family friend’s, my magnets were not covered or shielded by a metal cover. I kept an eye on them for wear and tear, but they were durable and withstood the underwater assault of fabric and zipper collisions.

Then about three months ago I noticed a slight chip in one magnet.

The chip or shard wasn’t visible in the washing machine and was not to be found in my clothes.

On the next laundry day as I went near the magnets I felt a little something in my hand. The shard was in me, being pulled on magnetically. My lightworker training kicked in.

Stop. Take 3 deep breathes. Observe how and where the body feels. Proceed with kindness and compassion.

Nothing really happened, until three days later when I felt a lump under my skin near my nose. The magnet shard had moved. Soon it was in my left eye zone, then my right, then my right ear, then my left. I went all cross-eyed and started hearing voices and sounds like stone giants whetting their blades. For a glorious minute I felt like a Dragon devouring a Draconian dinosaur. Later I smelt fresh bread and passed out.

Nothing else occurred for three more days.

Then, as I was rereading Dr. May’s ‘When God Pinched My Toe’ the nerves in my left foot’s big toe jolted me like a blow from Thor’s hammer. The magnet shard was in my toe. It was bigger, having accumulated iron and other magnetic metallic masses on its fantastic voyage through my body. Wonderful! I was turning into Magneto the X-man.

My lightworker training kicked in: I am calm; this too shall pass.

Three mornings later as I was sitting on my well-polished white throne:

Splat-a-plippity-plop. Clink. BOOM!!! Thup!

I was lifted a foot off my seat by a bowl explosion. The newly ejected magnet shard had somehow ignited the swamp gas.

My arm hit the wall and cracked the crystal on my gold watch, a gift from Bruce Willis, once owned by Christopher Walken.

Aaaaaaaaaaaahhhh! I felt like the punch to that dinosaur joke: mega-sore-ass.

I saw stars. A vision of Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Malcolm came to mind. He was uttering something to Ian McKellen, Magneto the Mutant: D..d..dino dung?

I couldn’t believe it! There were fresh fractal patterns circling me. There, stuck in my poster on the wall was the magnet shard – in a magnetic mess with a miniature microchip stuck to it – cleaned me right out.

I read the poster: How linear of you! Kryon, of magnetic service

My lightworker training kidded in. Deepak Chopra, STOP.


Take three deep breathes …

Sorry, no deep Deepak, can’t do number 2. No number 2; can’t be linear.

Now … tell me that ain’t chaos.

Through my confusion I realized that I had discovered how to rid a human body of injected microchips.

I felt like a drip, a drop of water running along a propeller.

So, I took a quantum leap – into the shower.

You can bet Yer Ass Sick Park that no one predicted that this was how I would become a light warrior.



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