Drawing with light – Angelic

16 Jan

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Are Angels ‘travelling’ AT The Speed of Light?

How about ‘Waltzing with Destiny’ – FOREVER

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CERN Faster Than Light – Is Time Travel Possible?

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‘CERN Faster Than Light – ls Time Possible? According to the European Organization for Nuclear Research located in Geneva on the Swiss-France border, they have measured a neutrino particle going 50-70 nanoseconds faster than the speed of light.

According to Einstein’s Theory of relativity, this is not possible. According to Einstein’s E=MC2 theory, the faster something moves through space, the more time slows down. So, at one point, when you travel faster than light speed, you will actually be going backward in time. Cern has asked Japan and U.S. experts to corroborate their findings. Cern is also home to the particle accelerator or “collider”, which enables them to test the speed at which these neutrinos travel.’



//’This theory has a wide range of consequences which have been experimentally verified, including counter-intuitive ones such as length contraction, time dilation and relativity of simultaneity, contradicting the classical notion that the duration of the time interval between two events is equal for all observers.’//


A vector is a geometric entity characterized by a magnitude (in mathematics a number, in physics a number times a unit) and a direction. In rigorous mathematical treatments, a vector is defined as a directed line segment, or arrow, in a Euclidean space. When it becomes necessary to distinguish it from vectors as defined elsewhere, this is sometimes referred to as a geometric, spatial, or Euclidean vector.

As an arrow in Euclidean space, a vector possesses a definite initial point and terminal point. Such a vector is called a bound vector. When only the magnitude and direction of the vector matter, then the particular initial point is of no importance, and the vector is called a free vector. Thus two arrows \overrightarrow{AB} and \overrightarrow{A'B'} in space represent the same free vector if they have the same magnitude and direction: that is, they are equivalent if the quadrilateral ABB′A′ is a parallelogram.

If the Euclidean space is equipped with a choice of origin, then a free vector is equivalent to the bound vector of the same magnitude and direction whose initial point is the origin.

The term vector also has generalizations to higher dimensions and to more formal approaches with much wider applications.’//


Mandelbrot orbit density map (aka anti-buddhabrot) rotation
‘This is an orbit density map
(often called a Buddhabrot) of the mandelbrot set
rotated in 4 dimensions.’

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‘The mandelbrot fractal is given by the equation Z=Z^2+C can be viewed as a 4 dimensional object. It has two planes: Z and C, each with 2 axis (Z-real, Z-imaginary) and (C-real, C-imaginary) each making 4 dimensions. The mandelbrot set can be calculated and rendered on any of these planes and rotated in between. The standard view that we used to is of the constant (C) plane which you can see several times in this animation.

Just as with a tesseract (hypercube), as it is rotated, some planes are turned and viewed edge on, making them seem to disappear, while other planes which are viewed edge-on are rotated into view. This gives the fractal the appearance of morphing or having different shapes when viewed from different angles. Sometimes it even seems to turn inside out. No parameter animations or morphing was done – it is a “solid” object. The “morphing” you see is just an illusion caused by trying to display a 4 dimensional object in 3 dimensions.

~~~>>> Also, our brains that live in a 3D world don’t grasp a 4D object very well.

For more information on higher dimensions google for “tesseract” or “hypercube” and you can find some nice explanations.

I don’t like the term “Buddhabrot” for this style of fractal because it is only descriptive of one specific fractal viewed within a certain range of parameters. “Orbit density map” is descriptive of a broader range of fractals which are rendered not by coloring pixels based on how many times you can loop a formula before hitting a “bailout” value, but rather by mapping out all of the intermediate values produced while looping (iterating) the formula. Normally these values are thrown out.//’

Thoughts: http://www.greatdreams.com/strng.htm


//”Joseph Agassi’s foreword to the recent Einstein Versus Bohr, by the dissident physicist Mendel Sachs (Open Court, 1991):

When I was a student of physics I was troubled by the difficulties presented and aired by Sachs in this book. Both the physicists and the philosophers of science to whom I confessed my troubles–as clearly as I could–showed me hostility rather than sympathy. I had earlier experienced the same from my religious teachers, so that I was not crushed by the hostility, but I was discouraged from pursuing my scientific interests.” ~ /

/”..feeling difficulties about current ideas should be encouraged, not discouraged.”//

From: ‘The Ontology and Cosmology of Non-Euclidean Geometry’

Echoes Reality 4D

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