Cosmic superimposition
Cosmic superimposition
The cosmic superposition formed by two 180 ° phaseshifted spirals seems to connect the material space 3D + t with the counter space 3t + D (rotational spin +, spin ).
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Yes, the Fibonacci series is what you get when 3D space and 3D time interact, as discrete units of motion. It also applies to our solar system, showing up as harmonic ratios of planetary orbits.
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Golden Ratio
This is from a private email between Gopi and myself:
I was working on how speed in the space region would relate to speed in the time region, trying to see what positron flow through the space region would look like, and came up with something interesting...
From the material sector...
The space region is electric, 1dimensional speed, v^{1}.
The time region is magnetic, 2dimensional "orbital velocity", v^{2}
Since we measure in the 1x range, as "x", we do not account for the unit speed boundary between them, so we would see that unit speed IN ADDITION to whatever electric velocity was on the other side (why cosmic is faster than light). This gives the relationship:
v^{2} (TR) = 1 (unit speed) + v^{1} (SR)
Unless I did the math wrong, v is a constant ratio:
v = +1.618... or 0.618...
Which appears to be the Phi, the Golden Ratio. This tells me that in life, where you have substantial TR/SR ratios, the point of rotational stability would not be at unitybut at the Golden Ratio, simply because of the way our senses work in the Material sector (x > 1, rather than 1 > x).
I was working on how speed in the space region would relate to speed in the time region, trying to see what positron flow through the space region would look like, and came up with something interesting...
From the material sector...
The space region is electric, 1dimensional speed, v^{1}.
The time region is magnetic, 2dimensional "orbital velocity", v^{2}
Since we measure in the 1x range, as "x", we do not account for the unit speed boundary between them, so we would see that unit speed IN ADDITION to whatever electric velocity was on the other side (why cosmic is faster than light). This gives the relationship:
v^{2} (TR) = 1 (unit speed) + v^{1} (SR)
Unless I did the math wrong, v is a constant ratio:
v = +1.618... or 0.618...
Which appears to be the Phi, the Golden Ratio. This tells me that in life, where you have substantial TR/SR ratios, the point of rotational stability would not be at unitybut at the Golden Ratio, simply because of the way our senses work in the Material sector (x > 1, rather than 1 > x).
Every dogma has its day...
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Aureo & Reciprocal System
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNIWMXr7iU
The Greatest LOST SECRET of the PYTHAGOREANS rediscovered & explained
The Greatest LOST SECRET of the PYTHAGOREANS rediscovered & explained
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Then one of the two solutions of the equation is the number Phi, but the other solution is its complement with respect to 1, or also its inverse in negative. Then it is a number that reflects two types of symmetry.
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Symmetry of cosmic superposition
Symmetry of cosmic superposition
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Very good work; this should also be seen at the atomic level.
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(TR)2D>(SR)1D....electromagnetism?
The phi ratio occurs when material and cosmic motion interact. That would indicate that equivalent space (2D) is interacting with the space region (1D). The space region can appear as counterspace, because it references the point at infinity (the center), not the plane at infinity.
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Curious ... Does cosmic superimposition share any similarities to superposition used in quantum mechanics?