Speed Ranges of the Body

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Speed Ranges of the Body

Post by user737 » Tue Aug 06, 2019 8:08 am

It seems to me the body as an aggregate demonstrates the same dimensional quantities as seen in other structures throughout the universe.

If we take the definition of body to be a gravitational limit, this makes the skin, or boundary between internal and external, to be the finite limit delineating the regions which define "me" and "not me."

Inside this limit we see 3D organs and other structures indicative of motion in 3-dimensional space.

At the boundary condition, we have the skin, or dermis. The dermal layer is a 2D structure as evident by its planar construct. Interestingly enough, this would imply classification of skin as anything but an organ despite the assurance we are given to the contrary and in fact we are told our skin is our largest organ!

Outside this unit aggregate boundary we have hair.... 1D structure.

In summary:
  • 3D: organs and body interior
  • 2D: skin
  • 1D: hair
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Re: Speed Ranges of the Body

Post by bperet » Fri Aug 09, 2019 2:22 pm

That is an interesting observation.

Life, itself, acts like intermediate speed (2-x) motion, sitting on the boundary between the body (space) and the soul (time).

By analogy, it is similar to a planet, with trees being "hair," the crust being the dermis and the mantle containing the organs and body interior.

Perhaps it is a similar pattern for all life forms?
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Increasing Dimensionality

Post by user737 » Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:28 am

To continue that thought in furtherance of discussion, space with nothing would be no dimension.

0D (vacuum) → 1D (dendrites) → 2D (dermis) → 3D (body)

Here we see the law of aggregates in action.

Whereas in the case of principle motion space is one-dimensional, one level higher space is perceived as nothing or no (zero) dimensions.

The body (the solid) is temporal motion. Recalling there are 4 dimensions of time (yin dimensions through the corners of the cube, yang dimensions extend the the faces) then would not the body be perceived as 3-dimensional as it is?

A level shift is occurring. What does this imply for the next higher density?
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Re: Increasing Dimensionality

Post by bperet » Sun Aug 18, 2019 5:46 pm

user737 wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:28 am
The body (the solid) is temporal motion. Recalling there are 4 dimensions of time (yin dimensions through the corners of the cube, yang dimensions extend the the faces) then would not the body be perceived as 3-dimensional as it is?

A level shift is occurring. What does this imply for the next higher density?
Note that there are only 3 dimensions of time, because you are not looking at the axis, but at the angle between axes. In a yin system, the linear component becomes scalar. You only perceive 4 dimensions of time when you try to resolve the angle into a linear system (2 axes are needed to express 1 angle).

I'm wondering about the dimensional changes of the next density... back in May, I had a surgical procedure done and was put under general anesthesia, but I don't "go under" like most people, so I got thrown into a different region where time became planar--it was as though past and future were distributed on a plane rather than a line and you could see both simultaneously. I also experience that "full out" function where you can see the entire operating theatre in full, 720 degrees--you are not observing FROM anywhere, not looking AT anything--it is all just there. My best guess there is that the "line of sight" projection we are used to got flipped to a volumetric one (1D became 3D). Still thinking about it... it was quite an unusual experience.
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