Stellar Spherical Standing Wave - 'SSW'
k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%
Mon Mar 31 23:44:40 EST 2003
Stellar SSW ["Spherical Standing Wave]:
Click on the image to view a 'time'-sequenced series
To those who followed my discussion of "Compton scattering" a couple
of months back, the [really] macroscopic dynamics disclosed in the
phtos are =exactly= the same stuff as I discussed in that thread, but
on a hugely-larger scale. The Maths that underpinn this macroscopic
instance are =exactly= the same Maths that were given in the "Compton
refraction" QBasic apps I posted.
One can, literally, see in the spherical Geometry shared between the
'atomic' and macroscopic instances - with their 'equivalent'
[proportional to their energydynamics] "nucleating" and "shelling"
observables, that there is a single overall energydynamic that
coordinates the 'atomic' and mactoscopic instances - that coordinates
physical reality at all scales.
That is, 'transforming' between the two exactly analogous
energydynamics ['atomic' and stellar] allows one to flat-out see the
overall energydynamics that determines both the 'atomic' and stellar
Spherical Standing Wave [SSW] Geometries.
That is, further, one can literally see, and 'weigh', the UES
["Universal Energy Supply"] as it behaves in rigorous accord with
WDB2T [the one-way flow of energy from order to disorder that is
what's described by 2nd Thermo].
In the stellar instance, as in the 'atomic' instance,
'disintegration' is rigorously-Determined by the UES-rarification
that is WDB2T.
That is, neither the stellar or 'atomic' instances of
'dis-integration' constitutes a 'random' event. Both instances are
Deterministically-coupled to the 'expansion of the Universe', which
is the physical energydynamic that underpins WDB2T.
Life derives in the same overall energydynamic.
What Life does is 'climb' the energy-gradient inherent in WDB2T. It
does so because the WDB2T energy-gradient 'points' the direction to
TD E/I-minimization does the same within our nervous systems.
That's all there is. All the rest is 'interesting', and there's a lot
of Joy [and Sorrow] in-it, but it's 'window-dressing' [except that
it's 'dark side', being left uncomprehended, Ravages Humanity].
K. P. Collins
"P. S. ..."
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