I was playing minecraft with a few mods installed. I decided to play vanilla for a while, and when I played without my mods, a few chunks had reset to their original state. If anyone knows how to fix this, please let me know


Cute Cat Strikes Again!

My cat was hiding in the shelf. She poked her head out to look at me. When I asked her if she wanted to go out side she acted like I did not exist#adorbz                                            ^^




Yet Another Site Update

Back again with another site update. The past one was pretty minor. There’s gonna be more pages, plus a page with a lot of random symbols to copy into an unfinished essay, so your teacher will think that it was damaged. Also, I hope to add programming tutorials. Unless you want to help expand the site, please do not use Ben’s Site until 7/16/2016, 3:00 PM

(870) 589-1560

Guess what? I just discovered some new charactars you can print using just a Mac Us keyboard! Use Option + 5 for ∞, Option + 6 for§, Option + 1 for ¡, and Option + m for µ, and also Option + Shift + k for . Try some yourself, and see what you get out of it. Try to make these math problems:

website link

This is a command you can post in your command block to open a url. In the first empty quotations insert text. In the last, enter a website url

/tellraw @p {text:””,color:red,bold:true,underline:true,clickEvent:{action:open_url,value:””}}

Also remember to join my server at

(907) 368-6402

Here is a short Minecraft command I made that you can paste into a command block:

/summon FallingSand ~ ~2 ~2 {Time:50,Block:hopper,Riding:{id:FallingSand,Time:50,Block:hopper,Riding:{id:FallingSand,Time:50,Block:chest}}}

Science Fair

I have a science fair coming up at my school. My experiment is “Will a potato or a lemon produce more voltage?” My hypothesis was “If a lemon and a potato were measured in voltage, then a lemon will produce more voltage because lemons are more acidic.” It was incorrect. The potato produced more voltage because they are more starchy. I’ll post how I did at the science fair on April 20. 🙂 #sciencefair


On Wednesday, Oct. 8, I got out of bed early to see a lunar eclipse. It was also a blood moon, which made it more exiting. It was visible at about 5:00 A.M. central daylight time. It was fun to watch. 🙂