DNA-Tuning [was Re: The Nonlinearity of Perspective [___]
k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Wed Sep 24 20:41:46 EST 2003
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| | | | [...]
| | When it looks like almost nothing's happening
| | anymore, observe carefully, through the water,
| | in the center of the bucket's bottom.
| | You'll see the topsoil collected there, still
| | 'swirling' - and, then, you'll see something that
| | looks like 'magic', but it's 'just' some neat
| | Physics.
| | What you'll see is the topsoil forming a comma-
| | like 'spiral' - like one blade of a pinwheel.
| | And you'll see this 'comma' periodically 'disolve'
| | and re-form - over and over again.
| | What's happening is an interaction of the water's
| | harmonics and 'gravity'.
| | This occurs with observable periodicity be-cause
| | the vortex's energydynamics are 'hovering' in the
| | realm of a threshold, and repeatedly crossing it.
| | When the threshold is crossed in one direction,
| | the 'comma' disolves. When it crosses the
| | threshold in the other direction, the 'comma' re-
| | forms.
| | [This little angular-momentum + 'gravity' system is
| | exactly-analogous to a balance settling-in at a
| | 'weight' measurement.]
| Or a spring + 'mass' system.
| In it, the kinetic energy of the water is literally
| counter-balancing what's been referred to as
| 'gravity' - in a kinetic-energy<->potential-energy
| cycle [that's analogous to the SSW<->UES
| harmonics in Tapered Harmony :-]
"`gravity' waves" :-]
ken [k. p. collins]
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