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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Talking about space always brings up a tonne of semantic issues to deal with. Laughing I think Gaede hit the nail on the head, we should be able to define an object and what the word exist means, space then, is by definition it's opposite, i.e. what does not exist.

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Like belief that light can propagate itself as a wave through the "vacuum".
It don't need no stinkin' medium. And it's a particle too, btw. Exclamation


Exactly, there is no 'physical medium' that exists in pure vacuum(space), the light wave we 'detect' is a torsion wave along an interconnected rope, at infinite tension as Fuller described it. Both particles and waves have never been able to describe what is going on, the cause of a century of confusion. Laughing

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Mathematics is a descriptive tool/language. It can only help us describe what we observe.

We need to use our minds to do science, not math.

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Growing Left, Growing Right

By Carl Zimmer
June 3, 2013

One day in 1788, students at the Hunterian School of Medicine in London were opening a cadaver when they discovered something startling. The dead man’s anatomy was a mirror image of normal. His liver was on his left side instead of the right. His heart had beaten on his right side, not his left.

The students had never seen anything like it, and they rushed to find their teacher, the Scottish physician Matthew Baillie, who was just as stunned as they were. “It is so extraordinary as scarcely to have been seen by any of the most celebrated anatomists,” he later wrote.

His report was the first detailed description of the condition, which came to be known as situs inversus and is thought to occur in about 1 in 20,000 people. Baillie argued that if doctors could figure out how this strange condition came to be, they might come to understand how our bodies normally tell the right side from the left.

Over two centuries later, the mystery of left and right still captivates scientists.

“I know what it is, you know what it is, but how does the embryo learn what it is?” asked Dominic P. Norris, a developmental biologist at the Medical Research Council in Harwell, England.



Now Dr. Norris and other scientists are beginning to answer that question. They have pinpointed some of the steps by which embryos’ organs develop on the left or right. And their research may do more than simply solve an old puzzle.

Mutations that cause situs inversus can lead to a number of serious disorders, including congenital heart defects. Deciphering the effects of mutated genes could lead to diagnoses and treatments for those conditions.

“Understanding how you put this axis together has a lot of implications for understanding congenital heart disease,” said Rebecca Burdine, a molecular biologist at Princeton.

Our bodies start out symmetrical, the left side a perfect reflection of the right. “Visible signs of left-right asymmetry in the human body are apparent around six weeks,” said Sudipto Roy of the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Singapore, an author of a review of left-right asymmetry that was published last week in the journal Open Biology.

The heart shows the first visible asymmetry. Starting out as a simple tube, it loops to the left. The heart then starts to grow different structures on each side, producing the chambers and vessels required to pump blood.

Meanwhile, other organs start moving. The stomach and liver each move clockwise away from the midline of the embryo. The large intestines sprout an appendix on the right. The right lung grows three lobes, the left only two.

But these visible changes arise long after the embryo has developed differences on its left and right. Experiments have revealed that the early embryo produces different proteins on each side while it still looks symmetrical.

Biologists have pinpointed a single spot where this symmetry breaking starts: a tiny pit called the node, on the embryo’s midline. The interior of the node is lined with hundreds of tiny hairs, called cilia, which whirl round and round at a rate of 10 times a second.




These whirling cilia are tilted, pointing away from the head. The tilt is essential to their ability to divide the body into left and right. Recently Kathryn V. Anderson and her colleagues at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center disabled genes required to tip the cilia in the node. As they report in the journal Development, that mutation led to some mouse embryos’ developing a mirror-image anatomy.

The tilt of the cilia is so important because the embryo is bathed in a thin film of fluid; if they were upright, they would push the fluid in all directions, creating no flow at all. “It’s like a blender,” Dr. Norris said. “It just goes round and round.” Tilted, they all push the fluid in one direction, from right to left. When scientists reversed that flow in mouse embryos, it resulted in reversed organs.

It takes only a very weak flow to the left side to start an embryo on its proper development: Last year, scientists at Osaka University in Japan reported that the whirling of just two cilia were enough to get the job done.

And that raises another question: “What on earth are we doing with all those cilia if we don’t need them?” as Dr. Norris put it. “We don’t know.”


Once the fluid starts flowing, it takes only three or four hours for the left and right sides to be determined. Scientists have only a patchy understanding of the steps in between.

In the first step, the fluid flows across the node until it reaches the left side of the rim. The rim is ringed by cilia that do not spin. Somehow, they respond to the flow. They may physically bend, or the flow may deliver some protein to them. “We don’t know the nitty-gritty,” Dr. Norris said. “We don’t know the actual mechanics in these cells of what is happening.”

Regardless of those details, the cilia on the rim of the node respond to the flow — possibly by releasing calcium atoms that then spread to surrounding cells. Those cells respond by spewing out a protein called Nodal, which spreads through the left side of the embryo, in turn spurring other cells to spew out Nodal of their own in a kind of feedback loop that leaves the left side loaded with Nodal and the right with almost none. “Nodal begets Nodal, and then we’re off,” Dr. Norris said.

Scientists are still working out how Nodal helps determine the anatomy on each side of the body. In recent years, many researchers have focused not on mice but on zebra fish, which have the advantage of having transparent embryos; cells in the embryos can be engineered to glow so the organs can be observed taking shape.

Dr. Burdine, at Princeton, studies how Nodal shapes the anatomy of the zebra fish heart as embryonic cells migrate around the organ. “Nodal seems to be directly telling the cells on the left side to move faster than the ones on the right,” she said.

As she and her colleagues reported in the January issue of PLoS Genetics, the fast-moving cells on the left side drag the entire heart clockwise. From that initial twist, the heart then develops its distinctive left and right sides.

Some studies suggest that these early signals also influence brain development. Scientists have long known that the two sides of the human brain have some important differences. The right hemisphere, for example, plays a big role in understanding the mental lives of other people; the left hemisphere is important for focusing attention. Other vertebrates also have left-right brain differences, but the origins of the imbalance are mostly a mystery.

“I think that in vertebrates, it is zebra fish where we know the most details,” said Joshua T. Gamse, a biologist at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Gamse and other researchers have found that Nodal prompts a small part of the fish’s brain to grow differently on the left and right sides. That difference then radiates outward to other parts of the brain. But it is not clear whether humans and other mammals develop in a similar fashion.

As they look at these biological signals, scientists are also studying disorders that may be tied to their disruption.

Situs inversus, the complete flip of the organs that Baillie described in 1788, may be the most dramatic of these disorders, but it is also one of the most harmless.

“People can walk around with their axis completely inverted, and no one knows until your doctor figures out your heart’s not where it should be,” Dr. Burdine said.

The reversal is relatively safe because all the organs line up with one another. “You look at yourself in the mirror, and you look perfectly normal,” Dr. Norris said. “You don’t stop looking like a human being just because you see yourself backward.”

The real danger, it appears, is in incomplete reversals — “when you get a confusion, when you get things not quite meeting,” as Dr. Norris put it.

Most worrisome are cases in which the heart is affected. “If you put the heart in the wrong place, and everything else is correct,” Dr. Burdine said, “that’s almost always fatal.”

In other cases, the heart grows correctly on the left side of the body, but the structures inside the heart — the valves and chambers — grow on the wrong side. These disorders may not be immediately fatal, but they can become dangerous later in life, requiring complex surgery to rearrange the heart.

Dr. Burdine hopes that research on left-right disorders will lead to genetic tests that can predict the risk of these hidden heart defects. She even sees an application to attempts to rebuild damaged hearts with stem cells.

“It’s going to be more than just making the right cells,” she said, adding that they would need to be placed in the proper three-dimensional structure and given the correct signals on where to go.

“And one of those signals,” she said, “is the left-right signal.”

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 07, 2020 9:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


Right to the heart of the wave/particle thang!
A coherent and understandable presentation.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2020 10:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote




The Banned Ted Talk:
https://youtu.be/1TerTgDEgUE


I've don't think I've ever specifically commented on Sheldrake's
morphic resonance, and that's an oversight because I implicitly
accept that idea for a decade.

One aspect of that theory is that mind extends non-locally and
that memories are stored non-locally.

I see that non-local memory bank as a transcendent 'concept zone'
which has continuity beyond 3D space, time and life-death cycles.

This zone has increase in order matching entropy's loss of order.
Abstraction across the mirror plane is the ordering mechanism.

Here's an example:

Last night. - A.N. Other


Here's another:

Do not pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men. - John F Kennedy


Here's another:
E = MCsquared - A. Einstein


Experience, wisdom and science are other
words for the abstractive extraction of order. Wink

And this extraction is preserved.

Beyond time.

As are you and I.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2020 10:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fintan wrote:
Right to the heart of the wave/particle thang!
A coherent and understandable presentation.
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Great synopsis of the history, I've never seen the series before,
very enjoyable and shows the issues in a clear and understandable way.

Unfortunately, Gaede has been working with a much lower budget,
but his ability to explain rationally what is going on far surpasses
anything I've seen so far. The particle/wave duality doesn't hold
water or even marbles Laughing

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2020 1:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

More old explainations !!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 11, 2020 12:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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" The kind of God most atheists don't believe in.......
is the same kinf of God most theists don't believe in either......"

- Rupert Sheldrake


At least Bill G. is consistent - he don't believe in religious angels
-but he also totally rejects quantum dynamic angels as well!

Quantum theory and conventional physics have holes for sure,
but Bill has a hyper-materialist approach which says that even
his "ropes" must transit 3D space - not some quantum zone.

Is light or EM using the same rope as gravity?
Can light only 'shine' where there's a particle on the far end of the rope?
How does the rope cross the gap of space to reach a particle?
When a mass of ropes intertwine - do they become detectable?
Do they tangle?

If those ropes transit quantum space, mebbe he's got something.

Actually he's done great analysis to delineate -for example the
difference between a location and a point. He says a location is
an actual place in 3D space - but a point is just a concept.

And Bill regards concepts as insubstantial ephemera, with a
concept having no dimensional reality outside a brain.

So he's bang on to spot this concept/actuality duality.

But concept zone may also be where experience is stored, and
concept<>actuality is the binary division the mirror plane bridges.

I am typing this on a realized concept. Internet. Forum. Laptop.
Concepts may start ephemeral -but they get real.

Yes, God guy in the sky was always human projection of human power.
The real divine battleground has since shifted to the quantum zone.

The quantum priesthood are a bunch of shameless charlatans.
Just like the religious priesthood they replaced.

But just because these bouncers are assholes don't mean that
the Quantum nightclub which they are guarding doesn't exist.

Alfred North Whitehead believed that "reality consists of processes
rather than material objects, and that processes are best defined by
their relations with other processes, thus rejecting the theory that
reality is fundamentally constructed by bits of matter that exist
independently of one another
".

Rupert Sheldrake develops this idea of Whitehead's @ 33 minutes.
But his whole lecture below is a tour de force attack on all rigid science.


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Humans have a contracted VE head, atop an expanded VE body.

http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=88572#88572


Following up on my earlier post linked above....

Just for interest sake I checked the angle of a line drawn from the
'point' of the chin to the top or crown of the skull.

The octahedron has approx the same incline as the planet.

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The human head is the most compact intelligent locus in the universe.
So paint a picture of a tilted human head revolving around the sun.

btw/ The only two places you cannot see are:
the rear of the moon, the back of your head.

The Macrocosm IS the microcosm.

If it seems far out to compare the human head and the Earth, consider
that your head and Earth share the same frequency: 7.83 Hertz

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7.83 Hertz
Schuman Resonance:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schumann_resonances



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The full Sheldrake Compendium presentation

0hr Morphic Field Live Experiment
0hr 28min Morphic Fields
1hr 08min The Mind
1hr 59min Email Telepathy test
2hr 20 Trans-Generational Familial Morphic Resonance


Terrific presentation by Sheldrake. A lot is based on fields.
And fields have the flaw that a medium is missing from empty space.
But I've reasoned that space has a quantum planck-sphere substrate
which serves to propagate these fields.

Here's the Prof. demonstrating how:

@ 9 mins to 11 mins


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 18, 2020 2:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love Laithwaithe experiments and I like a lot of Sheldrake too,
but most times he seems to be lost in his own rhetoric and idealizations.

Gaede on magnets is a book in itself. But the mechanism can be
understood by a kindergartner Laughing

https://www.youtube.com/user/bgaede/search?query=magnet

Classical, Quantum, Electric universe have nothing rational to offer.
But the basis is on the definitions of the key words of science, without
rational terms to work with, it's mumbo jumbo witchcraft.

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