Thursday, February 10, 2011


[QUOTE=spacedout;461646]Relativity is necessary to observe a matter wave. The matter wave A to B' will have a relative velocity that is slower than what the stationary observer sees A to B.


A photon will travel at velocity C across A to B at the same time B' crosses from B' to B the matter wavelength. Both will see the same speed for light C. This is one direction of the standing wave oscellation. The shrinkage is (c^2 - v^2)^1/2 -- but compared with C the distance between A to B = C; the shrinkage is C/(C^2 - V^2)^1/2 =
1/(1 - v^2/c^2)^1/2. This is the distance of the matter wave seen by an observer.[/QUOTE]


Scale invariability means to me that the greater holds some of the information that it is composed of in that which is from the lesser is the lesson and the blessing. In the fractional universe no matter what number is put in as the "SEED" the set end up being the same/similar. At least we can trust that the shadow turns up each morning and travels from west to east while the sun moves from east to west. The OBJECT between source and plane is MAN and his works over time.

What model then will produce a state where "CONFUSION" no longer exists?
The alpha united with the omega, principles/particulars to general/conclusions.
Modes of induction/deduction/eduction/seduction at last finally comprehended.
Systems of values that are independent of money or lords of any land/property.
Boundaries considered to be normal in present day political/commercial/law/doctor/theologies.
It is positive to know is/was/will be and distinguish between discovery and invention.

Please explain to me what you classify as being normal all you with systems of values?
All speech is political in that the terms of endearment ought be agreed to as NORMAL.

The medium is the massage and that is the message. YOU between light and shadow.

tea eye aye yi yay:nodding:

[QUOTE=Sci-Am 20100524]

[URL=""]Is Time an Illusion? bt Craig Callender[/URL]


As you read this sentence, you probably think that this moment—right now—is what is happening. The present moment feels special. It is real. However much you may remember the past or anticipate the future, you live in the present. Of course, the moment during which you read that sentence is no longer happening. This one is. In other words, it feels as though time flows, in the sense that the present is constantly updating itself. We have a deep intuition that the future is open until it becomes present and that the past is fixed. As time flows, this structure of fixed past, immediate present and open future gets carried forward in time. This structure is built into our language, thought and behavior. How we live our lives hangs on it.

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