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PostPosted: Thu May 11, 2017 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 4:23 pm    Post subject: curve-ball paradigm Reply with quote

The curvature of space-time. A question of efficiency in the organization (intelligence) of all forms of the vibrational manifestation of "presence". On the quantum scale, presence is probabilistic so a "right angle" is the mid-point of the probability curve. Even time gets a go as it is affected by the psychic mass of our luminous presence. Light as a form defines the role of time in space but light as a vibration defines the role of time as a metric of our experience. Our vibrational presence needs to "balance" all forms representative of our qualitative and quantitative perceptions so that is why the brain "switches" sides to treat the various sensory inputs that help us to define our position and relational composition in time and space.
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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 2:41 pm    Post subject: Re: curve-ball paradigm Reply with quote

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The curvature of space-time. A question of efficiency in the organization (intelligence) of all forms of the vibrational manifestation of "presence". On the quantum scale, presence is probabilistic so a "right angle" is the mid-point of the probability curve. Even time gets a go as it is affected by the psychic mass of our luminous presence. Light as a form defines the role of time in space but light as a vibration defines the role of time as a metric of our experience. Our vibrational presence needs to "balance" all forms representative of our qualitative and quantitative perceptions so that is why the brain "switches" sides to treat the various sensory inputs that help us to define our position and relational composition in time and space.


Could you expand on the part that I've highlighted please, Peter?

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PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2017 8:41 pm    Post subject: More of the same... Reply with quote

Consider the vibration as how you "feel" about some activity or occurance. As your psychic mass increases, (more experience and memory of related forms) the greater its impact on how time "flows " around your awareness. (The inertial aspect of our presence that also warps the fabric of spacetime at higher frequencies.) This effect is subjectively perceived as a lengthening of retarding influences and a shortening of those that relate to advancing apace with the psychic energy associated with the event.
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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 8:40 am    Post subject: Re: More of the same... Reply with quote

Peter wrote:
Consider the vibration as how you "feel" about some activity or occurrence. As your psychic mass increases, (more experience and memory of related forms) the greater its impact on how time "flows " around your awareness. (The inertial aspect of our presence that also warps the fabric of spacetime at higher frequencies.) This effect is subjectively perceived as a lengthening of retarding influences and a shortening of those that relate to advancing apace with the psychic energy associated with the event.


Peter, thanks for that. That's a profoundly significant notion. I guess it also ties in with some ancient Eastern philosophical concepts wherein adepts speak of living in an "eternal now".
Also, as a musician, I've always been struck by the difference between the sense of timing and the sense of time itself - a subtle but very real difference. The ability to truly feel a tempo is part of the sense of time but it goes beyond that in a way that's very difficult to explain but it's unmistakable when you're aware of it. There are some nights when the vibe in the gig makes it very difficult to carry a piece of music at the appropriate tempo and while some of that is down to physical factors such as the sound balance, acoustics and a general perception of the timbral qualities of the instruments - as well as the type of energy that's coming from the audience - there's still another dimension that's beyond that. Often a piece may seem to drag or rush during the performance but on hearing back a recording of the gig, it turns out to have been right on the button. (Unfortunately, the reverse can also happen and that seemingly terrific take doesn't cut it on later analysis.)

I have worked with some musicians whose sense of time is so good that if you were to mute the track that they were playing or singing along with, they'd still be perfectly in sync over a minute later. That's an extraordinary ability, probably more so that many people would realise.
I'm not quite at that level but I used to be able to time a three-minute boiled egg to perfection by singing Hey Jude in my head - the eggs would be scooped out at "and make it bet-ter, better, better, better..." !! Very Happy

I feel that there's definitely an aspect of losing oneself in music (whether playing or listening) that ties in with what I think you're saying. One can lose sense of the passage of time without losing any of one's sense of musical time. The sense of time in relation to the subjective perception of the length of that time seems to be another way in which our consciousness energy is manifested.

A left brain / right brain "explanation" doesn't actually explain this - it just kicks the question further down the path and into the long grass.
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Edit to add; Reading that back, I don't think I made this aspect clear - when performing a piece at what feels like the correct tempo there's a strong sense of being "in time" - i.e., the beats are falling at the right moment, and there's also an awareness of the context of each musical event within the time-frame of the piece but over and above all that, in a really musical performance there's an extra awareness of what I can only try to describe as the size, weight and space that an ongoing moment of music occupies. (This is different from the tonal dynamics of the music.) It's really impossible to describe this accurately but when you're really zoned into a performance it feels as if you're simultaneously outside time while you're moving through it - almost like having an overview from an independent perspective of the shape, texture and structure of a temporal realm. Along with that, there's a very strong and acute heightening of both general awareness and self-awareness which is deeply moving.

It's frustratingly difficult to try to describe it but I do know what it feels like!

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It's frustratingly difficult to try to describe it but I do know what it feels like!


Call it resonance and consider the synergy of harmonic oscillations coming into phase. The signal gets reinforced (bigger in amplitude) and its effect is strengthened. Being "in sync". Wink

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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 6:42 pm    Post subject: Re: More of the same... Reply with quote

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It's frustratingly difficult to try to describe it but I do know what it feels like!


Call it resonance and consider the synergy of harmonic oscillations coming into phase. The signal gets reinforced (bigger in amplitude) and its effect is strengthened. Being "in sync". Wink


Yep, I can dig that. Very Happy

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On this day 40 years ago, Voyager 1 was launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla.
— 16 days after its twin, Voyager 2. The spacecraft were launched on
20 August and 5 September 1977.


Voyager 1 is travelling at nearly 40,000 mph, 13 billion miles from Earth.
Meanwhile, Voyager 2 is around 11 billion miles from its starting point.

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And they still call home. It takes a while, but they do.

The Voyagers transmit data to Earth every day. The spacecraft collect
information about their surrounding environment in real time and then
send it back through radio signals. Voyager 1 data takes about 19 hours
to reach Earth, and signals from Voyager 2 about 16 hours.

The key to the Voyagers' long and successful mission was their power
supply: radioisotope thermoelectric power. The power supply contains
plutonium-238, which releases heat as it decays to more stable isotopes.
Relayed through a series of thermocouples, which generate current by
separating the heat source from a cold sink, plutonium's decay heat
provided power to the satellites’ equipment.





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Voyager scientists had carefully analyzed the observational data from the
spacecraft, which revealed a plasma density that was 40 times higher.
They then concluded that Voyager 1 had departed the solar bubble and
entered interstellar space around August 25, 2012.


https://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/news/details.php?article_id=40
https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/voyager/multimedia/krimigis4.html


Famously, this legendary craft exited the solar system
at the same time as Neil Armstrong exited space-time.


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Neil Armstrong, First Man on the Moon, Dies at 82

By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD AUG. 25, 2012

Neil Armstrong, who made the “giant leap for mankind” as the first human
to set foot on the moon, died on Saturday. He was 82.


His family said in a statement that the cause was “complications resulting
from cardiovascular procedures.” He had undergone heart bypass surgery
this month in Cincinnati, near where he lived. His recovery had been going
well, according to those who spoke with him after the surgery, and his
death came as a surprise to many close to him, including his fellow
Apollo astronauts.


http://bit.ly/Neil-82-NYTimes

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Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

DECEMBER 1, 2017

If you tried to start a car that's been sitting in a garage for decades, you might not expect the engine to respond. But a set of thrusters aboard the Voyager 1 spacecraft successfully fired up Wednesday after 37 years without use.

Voyager 1, NASA's farthest and fastest spacecraft, is the only human-made object in interstellar space, the environment between the stars. The spacecraft, which has been flying for 40 years, relies on small devices called thrusters to orient itself so it can communicate with Earth. These thrusters fire in tiny pulses, or "puffs," lasting mere milliseconds, to subtly rotate the spacecraft so that its antenna points at our planet. Now, the Voyager team is able to use a set of four backup thrusters, dormant since 1980.

"With these thrusters that are still functional after 37 years without use, we will be able to extend the life of the Voyager 1 spacecraft by two to three years," said Suzanne Dodd, project manager for Voyager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.

Since 2014, engineers have noticed that the thrusters Voyager 1 has been using to orient the spacecraft, called "attitude control thrusters," have been degrading. Over time, the thrusters require more puffs to give off the same amount of energy. At 13 billion miles from Earth, there's no mechanic shop nearby to get a tune-up.

The Voyager team assembled a group of propulsion experts at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, to study the problem. Chris Jones, Robert Shotwell, Carl Guernsey and Todd Barber analyzed options and predicted how the spacecraft would respond in different scenarios. They agreed on an unusual solution: Try giving the job of orientation to a set of thrusters that had been asleep for 37 years.

"The Voyager flight team dug up decades-old data and examined the software that was coded in an outdated assembler language, to make sure we could safely test the thrusters," said Jones, chief engineer at JPL.

In the early days of the mission, Voyager 1 flew by Jupiter, Saturn, and important moons of each. To accurately fly by and point the spacecraft's instruments at a smorgasbord of targets, engineers used "trajectory correction maneuver," or TCM, thrusters that are identical in size and functionality to the attitude control thrusters, and are located on the back side of the spacecraft. But because Voyager 1's last planetary encounter was Saturn, the Voyager team hadn't needed to use the TCM thrusters since November 8, 1980. Back then, the TCM thrusters were used in a more continuous firing mode; they had never been used in the brief bursts necessary to orient the spacecraft.

All of Voyager's thrusters were developed by Aerojet Rocketdyne. The same kind of thruster, called the MR-103, flew on other NASA spacecraft as well, such as Cassini and Dawn.

On Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, Voyager engineers fired up the four TCM thrusters for the first time in 37 years and tested their ability to orient the spacecraft using 10-millisecond pulses. The team waited eagerly as the test results traveled through space, taking 19 hours and 35 minutes to reach an antenna in Goldstone, California, that is part of NASA's Deep Space Network.

Lo and behold, on Wednesday, Nov. 29, they learned the TCM thrusters worked perfectly -- and just as well as the attitude control thrusters.

"The Voyager team got more excited each time with each milestone in the thruster test. The mood was one of relief, joy and incredulity after witnessing these well-rested thrusters pick up the baton as if no time had passed at all," said Barber, a JPL propulsion engineer.

The plan going forward is to switch to the TCM thrusters in January. To make the change, Voyager has to turn on one heater per thruster, which requires power -- a limited resource for the aging mission. When there is no longer enough power to operate the heaters, the team will switch back to the attitude control thrusters.

The thruster test went so well, the team will likely do a similar test on the TCM thrusters for Voyager 2, the twin spacecraft of Voyager 1. The attitude control thrusters currently used for Voyager 2 are not yet as degraded as Voyager 1's, however. Voyager 2 is also on course to enter interstellar space, likely within the next few years.

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On Friday, NASA engineers were able to successfully fire Voyager 1’s backup thrusters — for the first time in 37 years.

These small backup thrusters use hydrazine propellant and could be vital to extending Voyager 1’s mission. Keeping a communication link open to a space probe that’s now over 13 billion miles away from Earth isn’t easy, and it requires precise adjustments to the spacecraft’s orientation. Unfortunately, since 2014, NASA has noticed that the primary thrusters on Voyager were burning more and more hydrazine to perform the same course corrections. With the probe billions of miles away, there’s no opportunity to pull it over and look under the proverbial hood.

NASA describes the difference between the traditional engines and the attitude control thrusters as follows:

In the early days of the mission, Voyager 1 flew by Jupiter, Saturn, and important moons of each. To accurately fly by and point the spacecraft’s instruments at a smorgasbord of targets, engineers used “trajectory correction maneuver,” or TCM, thrusters that are identical in size and functionality to the attitude control thrusters, and are located on the back side of the spacecraft. But because Voyager 1’s last planetary encounter was Saturn, the Voyager team hadn’t needed to use the TCM thrusters since November 8, 1980. Back then, the TCM thrusters were used in a more continuous firing mode; they had never been used in the brief bursts necessary to orient the spacecraft.

But all the thrusters are the same model, MR-103, and they all draw propellant from the same sources. With that in mind, NASA decided to fire the older thrusters up and see if they could take over the attitude control adjustments. It takes 19 hours, 35 minutes for information to reach Voyager 1 and another 19 hours, 35 minutes for it to report home, so NASA didn’t get the results of the data immediately. We now know, however, that the adjustment worked perfectly, and it should allow Voyager 1 to keep communicating with Earth for a few more years.

The long-term trajectory of the Voyager mission still ends just one way. The radioisotope thermoelectric generators on Voyager provided 470W of power when the craft launched, but the half-life of the plutonium-238 the craft uses is 87.7 years. As of today, Voyager 1 has 72.76 percent of its plutonium-238 still in operation. By 2018, the probe’s Digital Tape Recorder will no longer have enough power to operate. Scientific instruments will shut down by 2020, and by 2025 or 2030, the spacecraft will no longer produce enough energy to power any instrument. Using the old TCM thrusters will buy scientists some additional time to gather data as Voyager continues to explore interstellar space.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 11:22 pm    Post subject: Re: 6 of 1, half aa dozen of the other Reply with quote

Peter wrote:
And this is why the self-similar (fractal) nature of holograms (for information transmission) ensures entanglement (instantaneous communication no matter the distance from one part of the holographic projection) and produces the cyclical temporality of our experience.
Harmonics are "echoes" of these repetitions of state wherein resonance and the amplification of presence is achieved. It all fits together.....because it is all part of a greater whole.

Great post Peter, as usual.

In an earlier post here I laid out the symmetry angle for the automorphic (cyclical) number 142857142857... I contend the number 9 is fundamental to symmetry. It dovetails well with this:)

There are symmetry groups in automorphic forms; a spherical symmetry group with octahedral symmetry. The yellow region shows the fundamental domain.A regular tetrahedron has 12 rotational (or orientation-preserving) symmetries, and a symmetry order of 24 including transformations that combine a reflection and a rotation. Are these the 12 harmonics of a 12:5 Interference Pattern in 12-fold resonance in a 5-fold eggshell?

Where it gets interesting for me is with the spherical symmetry group with the tetrahedral symmetry

In mathematics, an automorphism is an isomorphism from a mathematical object to itself. It is, in some sense, a symmetry of the object, and a way of mapping the object to itself while preserving all of its structure. The set of all automorphisms of an object forms a group, called the automorphism group. It is, loosely speaking, the symmetry group of the object.~Wiki

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9 relates to the spirit and its mirror inverse is 6, the number of man. Two sixes make that omni--present 12. We are not numbers, but we can be counted on. Wink
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