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Clark stewart
11-01-2000, 10:37 AM
dear group,

something i thought the physicist in us would/might like..
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>geometry in revelation
>by gerald charron
>abstract
>proposed is a non-mathematical philosophical approach to the string theory
>of everything by supplying a specific geometry for each and every
>fundamental force. by linking these four forces with the four phase states,
>i arrive at a resolution between quantum and relativistic gravity. that
>paradox is explained by the roles that torsion and tension play in that and
>various other dualities in both the arts and the sciences.
>
>all geometry can be categorized as riemannian or euclidean. "[riemann's
>differential geometry has the feature that as the presence of matter are
>continuously diminished, the riemannian geometry correspondingly approaches
>a euclidean geometry. this is an asymptotic approach, never in principle
>reaching the limit, so long as we are describing existing matter. with this
>view, the limiting euclidean geometrical system can only represent the
>language for the laws of a perfect vacuum, everywhere."(1) the unit of
>euclidean geometry is the point. conversely, let us assume, the unit of
>riemannian geometry is the spiral as one loop as in the fish symbol in
>christianity and akin to string theory.
>
>having established the root geometry, let us derive a model based on the
>normal riemannian geometry by demonstrating a simple logical progression or
>extension in the form of a cylindrical spiral or a one-dimensional
>three-dimensional structure (figure 1).
>
>participate in this thought experiment. imagine a small crowd of people on
>the street with a similar purpose in mind, as you would expect in a
>sociological study. think of them first as a group and then as individuals.
>now try to think of them as a group and as individuals at the same time.
>you cannot. repeat this experiment as you view the model instead of people.
>the group condition would be the linear arrangement of loops. the
>individual's condition would be the non-linear shape of each loop. however,
>both conditions cannot be perceived at the same time. it is a paradox.
>
>likewise, every member of the individuals is a whole and every member of
>the group is a part. therefore, each whole is an integer and each part is a
>fraction.
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>in religion as in art, we consider why. in methodology as in science, we
>consider how. when we consider why we think of a cause. when we consider
>how we think of an effect. an effect is two or more participants acting in
>unison but a cause is a singularity of purpose as an individual's mind in a
>crowd. an individual collective is an oxymoron.
>
>physical concepts will now be assigned to the model. remember the
>established paradoxes between momentum and position or between particle and
>wave. concentrate on one member of the relation and the other escapes
>consideration. to establish position one must have a reference therefore
>requiring two or more things to accomplish the task. likewise, a wave, such
>as an accelerating line of cars from a stop, requires two or more things
>for the phenomenon to be established. nevertheless, momentum and particle
>are terms, which require no reference and can be considered as
>singularities. of course, we can measure momentum and position roughly at
>the same time at the macroscopic level but conceptually, even though we are
>looking at the same thing, we cannot do both at once. these are not just
>separate tasks as if one were juggling. these are observations of veritably
>the same subject. to underscore that statement, the individual category is
>subjective and the group category is objective. one concept cannot do
>without the other, and yet, nor can there be a merger of the two. those are
>paradoxes. art is subjective and science is objective.
>
>that distinction remains contemporary. in reality, anthropologist helen
>fisher said that on the rorschach test, on average, the females perceived
>the whole picture when describing patterns whereas the males perceived
>little bits of the picture when describing patterns for the ink blobs.
>females score high with words whereas males score high with spatial
>relations.
>
>the same argument holds true for the phenomena of electricity and
>magnetism. we know that electricity is a particle. but by default, we know
>that magnetism is not a particle but a wave. electron spin causes
>magnetism. electricity is a precursor to magnetism. that is not to diminish
>the fact that a moving magnetic field can induce electron flow producing
>electricity. an effect can easily produce a cause because a cause is simply
>a dissected effect.
>
>to substantiate magnetism as a wave, more will be said later. in the
>meantime, notice that the angular category of the individual is
>perpendicular to the linear category of the group. that is consistent with
>the comparative geometry of the electric and magnetic fields, which are
>perpendicular to each other.
>
>in other words, it is not surprising to realize that the angular cause is
>due to torsion and that the linear effect is due to tension. that is
>proposed to be the pivotal focus and approach to further research but in a
>technical way. it also simplifies the concepts that follow.
>
>a pair of geometrical limits exists for torsion and tension. respectively,
>they are the circle and the straight line. both are perpendicular to each
>other and both are euclidean. the unit spiral represents movement. its
>converse, the unit point, represents the limiting static equivalent
>describing a non-dynamic system. the parameters of the spiral have been
>determined in (2). however, according to one source, einstein, in his later
>years, considered the speed of light as a variable.
>
>time is the standard measure of linear movement. since movement requires
>two or more loops to determine the phenomenon, one being a needed reference
>and, likewise, since space requires a similar arrangement to determine
>distance, we must ascribe that the three dimensions of the model in a
>linear way represent space-time. notice that time no longer occupies only
>one dimension in calculations but should be considered as
>three-dimensional. the universe is predominantly linear.
>
>space-time and matter-energy are equivalent (einstein) but there is a
>difference. for the phenomenon of matter-energy, only one loop is required
>to express it. the formation of the loop represents matter and its
>deformation or unraveling or unfolding represents energy. each loop is a
>quantum of energy. as the loops multiply, space is created. as the loops
>unwind and reduce in number, time runs down progressively. matter-energy is
>a precursor to space-time. waves cannot exist without the tension of
>space-time nor can a particle exist without the spin or torsion of
>matter-energy. torsion is a precursor to tension.
>
>to put that into better perspective, in reality, the fabric of the universe
>is stretching at the same time as acquiring more energy and reducing the
>strength of gravity thereby expanding the universe more quickly (einstein).
>
>the obvious inverse relation of the model is the male and female spirals
>causing perpetual motion.
>
>"the quantum of the gravitational field always appears in two forms, one
>that twists to the right and one that twists to the left . . . . but
>gravity is not just a force, it is also the curvature of space-time. . ."
>(3).
>
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>torsion tension
>non-linear/angular linear
>one loop each two or more loops together
>individual group
>whole part
>integer fraction
>art science
>subjective objective
>why how
>cause effect
>momentum/spin position
>particle wave
>electricity* magnetism* (maxwell's equations)
>matter-energy* space-time* (einstein's relativity)
>quantum gravity relativistic gravity
>the asterisk* denotes established equivalencies that have been solved. the
>table delineating pairs of concepts, which are equivalent horizontally, and
>which share an identity vertically.
>
>so, obviously, the one-dimensional three-dimensional model of figure one is
>the geometry of the gravitational force. it forms the basis for the other
>three fundamental forces. it is the underlying gravitational wave for the
>other three gravitational waves. however, each force or each wave has a
>duality due to torsion and to tension. they are differentiated by their
>unique configurations of their geometry. but one thing remains the same. it
>is that the quantum and the relativistic scales of creation exist in all
>sizes and that they go hand-in-hand. they are inseparable at any scale of
>measurement or magnification. only the predominance of one over the other
>is apparent at the different ends of the spectrum of scale. the
>multiplicity of tension exists mainly with the large end but the
>singularity of torsion exists mainly with the small end. the existence of
>quantum gravity and relativistic gravity is due to the very nature of
>torsion and tension, respectively. this is one way to equate the duality of
>gravity because torsion is simply an angular tension. another way is to
>find common ground by the virtue of geometry alone in the comparative
>description between the very large and the very small.
>
>to resolve the macroscopic with the microscopic, we need a geometrical
>solution to match both. a source said that einstein considered gravity to
>be simply a very low dense solid. einstein said that walking through a
>gravitational field is like walking through solid walls. the
>one-dimensional three-dimensional (1d-3d) has already been assigned the
>gravitational interaction geometry. evidence exists to establish this same
>geometry for the solid phase.
>
>"a typical [solid] structure is provided by . . . an organic compound ,
>resorcinol c6 h4(oh)2 . " (4)
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>by x-ray and neutron diffraction, the projections shown reveal a pattern in
>three dimensions, a helical spiral. "similar spirals are located . . . so
>that the whole assembly of molecules . . . are linked together to give a
>stable three dimensional crystal."(4) so, in essence, each and every
>dimension from figure one to figure seven represents both a phase state and
>a fundamental interactive force including the transitional phase states.
>the phase transitions are shown in figures 2,4 and 6 whereas the
>fundamental ones are shown in figures 1,3,5 and 7.
>
>the funicular form of figure 7 represents the geometry of both
>electromagnetism and plasma state structures. during an eclipse, solar
>"microstructures" are seen identical to strands of string underlying of
>which are filaments. julie anne watko shows: "how some of the
>experimental results obtained from hair is directly applicable to solar
>physics.
>
>. twisted hair can relax its tension without pain or breaking if the strand
>alters its geometry to a topologically equivalent state of lower energy.
>..a relaxation phenomenon called writhing.
>.a system with excessive helicity will deform its geometry to reduce its
>energy. a system with low net helicity will be stable in a simple geometry.
>.the coronal plasma thus behaves much like a system of hair strands with
>ends firmly rooted in the photosphere." (5)
>to writhe is to graduate to the funicular form of the model or the 4d-3d
>mode. a state of lower energy begins at the transition state figure 6. as
>torsion is progressively increased in a 3d-3d loop, tension is suddenly
>released forming the transition state before continuing into the double
>helix characteristic of a magnetic wave. "magnetic helicity" and how the
>"rope-like structures" are formed is the whole subject of watko's paper
>including the descriptive equation.
>
>once i had a similar wire, which i twisted at the 1d-3d stage whereupon a
>knot immediately developed and projected, one at a time, four 4d-3d
>radiants perpendicular to each other on one plane. not knowing the
>significance of the demonstration, i stopped there. if all directions in
>one plane are envisioned with such rays, then one should expect a favorable
>possibility that the other planes should also be filled likewise in time.
>in fact, the sun does tie into knots and spews solar mass ejections or
>flares especially during the solar maximus. that exhibits isotropic
>behavior characteristic of electromagnetism.
>
>possibly the jet stream demonstrate the 2d-3d, the transition, and the
>3d-3d respectively although the actual structure of the jet stream is not
>fully known. although fluid dynamics dominantly illustrates the forms for
>the 2d-3d and 3d-3d phases and their transition, there is no evidence to
>discern between them. however, it is generally known that there is a 2d-3d
>gravitational wave structure at the entrance of black holes where it is
>responsible for radiation for which the weak force is noted. therefore, the
>quantum level can exhibit its presence at the cosmological scale.
>
>part of the difficulty of seeing structure of fluids at the molecular level
>is what is known as "short-range order" of the two phases in question as
>opposed to the "long-range order" of the 1d-3d and 4d-3d phases. this,
>however, corresponds directly with the short range of the weak and strong
>forces and the long range of the gravitational and electromagnetic forces.
>
>in order of increasing strength of the forces, we have gravity, the weak,
>electromagnetism and the strong. 'what is intriguing is that you would
>expect that the 4d-3d stage would be strongest because it is the most
>active phase but because of "writhing," as discussed earlier, the 3d-3d
>stage of the aptly named strong force takes its place. like the increasing
>order of activity and strength of the phases, "at sufficiently high
>energies the weak interactions effectively become "strong" . . ."(6).
>similarly, the lower energy photons of the weak nuclear force become the
>stronger energy photons of the electromagnetic force. therefore, the
>increasing scale of both force and model coincide.
>
>in summary, we have four real space-time dimensions with none of them
>"hidden". as shocking as it should seem, instead of three spatial euclidean
>dimensions, we have four riemannian spatial dimensions because of the
>spiral and especially because of the plasma phase where we do not live as
>in the context of our environment.
>as far as "hierarchy" goes, the said dimensions represent the low energy
>hierarchy. the higher energy hierarchy is represented by the 4d-3d stage
>acting as the 1d-3d base stage in repeating the set of configurations with
>which you are now familiar. there are, consequently, an electro-weak stage
>and an electro-strong stage but there is no electro-weak-strong stage
>unless you consider a transition stage of the higher energy order of the
>electromagnetic base stage. gravity, of course, underlies all. as far as
>particles goes, i can only speculate that the base 1d-3d stage represents
>bosons in all the dimensions and the three-family fermions are represented
>by the outer geometry of the stages other than gravity.
>
>as far as prediction goes, the nuclear forces should produce their own
>duality expressed in a similar fashion as gravity and electromagnetism. in
>addition, there should be four phase states at the quantum level.
>
>as in psychology, we must establish in physics what is normal before
>understanding what is abnormal thereby setting controls to what is the
>acceptable geometry for the kingdom of physics as there is the
>classification for the animal kingdom and the plant kingdom. to describe
>space as curved where riemannian geometry is concerned is incomplete. what
>is complete is the spiral because a spiral describes a complete curve in
>three dimensions. adopt that awareness and we will successfully proceed in
>classifying physics, the known father of all the sciences.
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>my work had a surprising effect on me, which i didn't realize before. it
>appears that the scientific community has mixed up the concepts of
>matter-energy and space-time while discerning the dimensions of the
>universe as we have come to accept. the tradition or convention has been to
>ascribe "space" as having three dimensions with one dimension of "time" for
>a total of four dimensions. but actually the three spatial dimensions they
>speak of, actually, belong to the dimensions of matter-energy and
>restrictively so. the concepts of time and space, according to my work
>describing space-time as the linear representation in my model, grows to a
>dimensional progression from one through four. when we look at an object,
>we are seeing the dimensions of matter-energy. whereas, when we look at the
>structure of that object, we are seeing the dimensions of space-time.
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>see (7) figures in appendix.
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>references
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> 1.. kendal sachs. relativity in our time. from physics to human
>relations. taylor and francis. london., 1993. p.8
> 2.. t.s. natarajan. 6 unified conceptual foundation for relativity and
>quantum mechanics. physics essays. vol. 9, no. 2. 1996.
> 3.. f. david peat. superstrings and the search for the theory of
>everything. contemporary books. chicago. 1988. p.16,19,20.
> 4.. george e. bacon. the architecture of solids. taylor and francis ltd.
>london. 1981. p. 49-52.
> 5.. julie anne watko. what is helicity? demonstration of helicity.
>intermediate seminar. 1998. http://www.pha.jhu.edu/
> f.. e.u. condon, hugh odishaw editors. handbook of physics. 2nd edition.
>mcgraw-hill book company. new york. 1967. p. 9-163.
>
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>appendix
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>figure 1 1d-3d gravity/solid
> one-dimensional three-dimensional
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>figure 2 transition 1
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> figure 3. 2d-3d weak/liquid
> two-dimensional three-dimensional
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>figure 4. transition 2
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>figure 5. 3d-3d strong/gas
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>figure 6. transition 3
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> figure 7. 4d-3d electromagnetism/plasma
> four-dimensional three-dimensional

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David Wilcock
11-01-2000, 09:00 PM
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><font face="arial" size="2">clark, </font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">need the link! looks cool, somewhat akin to rod's work - i'll definitely need to look into this one some more. </font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">- djw</font>