chapter 9: e rrors
painting, though, I think it's fan.effing.tastic. Sometimes.
lac. lup. high (1M)
|Lac. lup. wolf's milk I can think of few things more intrinsically nurturing. (5)|
I've started to link my "borrowed" images back to their source pages. (6) referencing my "stolen" images ; click on them. (I need an intern to back track through eight bloody chapters... )
Back in February 1989: I chased a puzzle in the library bone crystals
All the books on crystals started with "the Einstein equations"(8) I'm a simple neurophysiologist and alternative clinician. I needed some help, you may imagine.
I talked to a physicist.(9) In my mind, now, this occurred during those four seminal days following MAME's visit, but as I remember we talked about the Pons Fleischmann's "cold fusion" cell -
"anomaly", as startling and potentially important as MAME's dot blots.
The Fleischmann Pons "cold fusion" cell electrolysed "heavy water"
using a palladium cathode: and more energy came out than went in; much more. OK
- the water heated up in an unaccountable manner. It could be cold fusion, they
hypothesised! but! |
but this all hit the fan in late March 1989
and then, like Benveniste's ultradilution, disappeared -
Oh: here is an aside worth the journey. (10)
My physicist (11) said the Pons Fleischmann cells was of interesting because here in UofT's reactor there was too much tritium(12), more than theory allowed, more than can be explained. Some sort of fusion?
"You see here's where I find the ultradilution, the micro-patterning, interesting," I said. "Imagine your heavy water, hydrogen-2, deuteron, two atoms of deuteron, aligned just so, close up and intimate/intricate with the surface field of the palladium cathode and arranged just so in the pattern of that field - you put those two atoms proton neutron proton neutron just so and you might get your cold fusion your transmutation into here Helium and energy (your E = mc2 ). But then you change something in the lab - turn off/or on, a light, and the shape of the field changes."
Mostly, though, we talked about crystals and orders of magnitude Oh, and the physicist told me I should start by reading Feynman lectures. "If you can read all three volumes you'll have more than the equivalent of a Ph.D. in physics," he said. "And it will take three years," I thought.
Back in the library, I worked my way through Feynman's first chapter on electricity, gnaugh! - then thumbed through that tome, flicking the pages my attention was pulled to the following: (with reference to "rectangular waves") in a coaxial cable, as an oscillating signal increases in frequency the electrical resistance rapidly falls to zero. For a high frequency signal a coaxial cable acts as a superconductor. But collagen is a coaxial system (Ah! but it isn't, oh, but maybe its just a para.mega.axial thing )
Now, 25 years later, I realise I may simply be in error here - another "Darwin on the Bounty" moment. "Co-axial" is like your antenna wire, concentric. and the collagen is multi-axial - but then "they" do talk of paraxial systems. (13)
Anyway, between the (14) strands of protein there is a viscus fluid matrix of mega-gigantic "hyaluronate" molecules (a proteoglycans) (15), and someone (16) has modelled the electrical behaviour of bone in terms of "streaming potentials", an electrical phenomenon that occurs when the large charged proteoglycans stream past the collagen wires. But I stray.
The collagen wires may (or may not) behave in a coaxial manner (17) (and with high frequency signals these wires may therefore superconductors). Oh, orders of magnitude! might confound it, or not. The rectilinear waves may be my "folly",
but the crystals are all vibrating, and resonating: all those iterative iterations we have to talk a bit about iterations
Okay, (with or without super conductance), the bone crystals, millions of them, billions, are vibrating, resonating all over the effing body! That mother is alive! The skeleton, it's sing these songs (18) vibrates, mate its vibrating
Think for a moment about some science fiction brain reading helmet - a skull cap with hundreds of sensors, thousands of sensors, reading the electrical activity of the brains surface: but the skull itself - the "calvarium" - that bone is myriad crystal chips transducing the electrical responses of the EM field around them, transducing, resonating, vibrating and transmitting, mate! . I'm boggled (with or without superconductors!) (maybe the effing minds in here! bouncing in these resonances) in the vibes man....
Back for a moment to my personal story, my remedy. You take the remedy in a clean mouth, dissolving it under the tongue, not into the blood no, radiating there in the bottom of your mouth, in the arena of the mandible, under the dome of the palate - thrilling the skeleton with its song
and echoing in the nervous system ? how
when I talk here about iterations, what the are
we talking about?|
Ia: we talked first of iterative functions in chapter three, referring to the Julia sets and the Mandelbrot set where you keep repeating f(z) = z2 + c again and again and generate the Julia sets and the Mandelbrot set which describes them. (21)
Langton's ant, with its emergent phenomenon, described another very simple iterative
behaviour illustrating the dialectic: that simple generates complex very quickly.|
Ic: Poincare's recurrence was a third example of iterative behaviour.
II: homeopathic potentisation: ultradilutions
So far, though, none of these are natural systems. But then
III: then there's the nervous system in several ways (22) For example .
IIIa: In the neural organisation of vision we see multiple sequential neural representations of the visual field. Between each of these successive levels of visual analysis the information is "processed": successive levels (successive mappings of the visual fields) are iterations of the informational field/matrix,
each is similar in many ways to the field from which it derived but it's evolved and different, (23) and of course with a small temporal delay so that these iterations, this information processing, is falling down time.
which of these iterations iterations of the visual field is The "Visual Field",
is vision itself? Not necessarily any one of them.
Possibly the resonance of all of them. where?|
IIIb: So we have all these iteration of neural information falling down time - and not just our visual matrices - there are many other body maps (somatotopic maps). the primary sensory and motor cortex, and "associative" sensory and motor cortex, and many somatotopic maps in the cerebellum, and in the thalamus, and the basal ganglia, and the spine itself (there is a little fusiform homunculus in the spine) again with successive iterations of neural process.
IV: in the human genome over 98% is "noncoding DNA" - much of this is multiple (apparently non-functioning) near replications of functional genes.
V: the bone crystal matrices iterative? you betcha mate! you betcha
VI: are Wilbur's hierarchical realms iteration? surely ; whatever is going on in the body, echoes in the emotional and the mental (and in the "energetic", the "subtle", the "astral", the "causal", whatever those might be).
VII: oh, and what about those Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) meridian and chi? and the ayurvedic prana chakras systems, which are completely different (24)? I don't know, mate . There may be dozens of "energetic" layers.
and our human lives are in some sense iterative things
happen again and again
IX: then there are cultures/societies we are bouncing stuff around it reiterates
X: (25) and evolution! my God! Darwinian evolution natural selection!
the great iterative process! that's your archetypal iteration, mate ! ...
XI: and then some iterative processes are of no particular signifigance. (Puppys and kittens soon see that mirrors are unreal illusions. [My Lucky sniffed the picture of a dog, and then looked at me to see if I was joking.])
Before I get to the last bit (of this chapter), I should say that I'm doing this (session/layer of) editting this chapter on my bed in my room, which I've just smudged. (26)
I want to finish off this chapter talking for a moment about Brian Goodwin scouting for an image takes me to wiki and I find he has gone 2009 (27) tears for you, mate Brian was at Sussex when I was doing my Ph.D. He told me my system, the baby bird calls, were non-linear phenomenon in the 1960s Said my oscillators those that were modeling the baby chick's vocal behaviour - they were non-linear he said . many many things (most, even?) in the natural world are non-linear its where there is interaction, where thing feed back affect each other (its what they call "chaos theory", but "complex" is a better discriptor.) then I bumped in to Brian [25 years later] in the UofT library! he was working with Bruce's physicist (28) He, Brian, told me about EPR, Bell;s Theorum .entanglement, you know. you know entanglement may only be a rare exceptional thing . when two things two electrons are created in the same occurrence (Dan Macdonald (DM) points that everything was created together in the Big bang)
Then decades again later I looked up Brian in London to talk to him about the dot blots I'm always looking for ways to but I'm sometimes ADH sloppy at following thing through (oh, that's worth a chapter in book two: secrets )
I looked Brian up to try and get him interested in and his help with this most amazing thing!!! the ultradilution met up with him where he worked at the Open University, across the street from Euston Station, wasn't it?
there a word for the absence of resonance?
"irresonance" a word?
|and then today/this Sunday nope, it's yesterday I got to paint... awe|
and go and look at my Tahnee page. It's wonderful.|
this last is something started perhaps two years ago, but finished today