'Waves' Chapter

Waves

Waves are the primary force. The configurations of atoms are more the product of harmonics than just random mechanical force. The “clay” is not the same as the principles that form clay and govern how it behaves.

With continued understanding, they will discover that the fabric of probability on our planet is like a living thing. It can be nurtured and fed and even guided into new shapes. A teddy bear literally animated by a child’s imagination.

“It is often stated that of all the theories proposed in this century, the silliest is quantum theory. In fact, some say that the only thing that quantum theory has going for it is that it is unquestionably correct.” Michio Kaku

Waves are the Primary Force

First, we have to remove the entire universe as we know it. The material universe has been modelled upside down and backwards. Sort of like how the eye sees, there is some consistency between the current model and what is… Seek More

Mechanism is a Fetish

You have the collective weight of physical force acting on all physical systems. Like a guiding wave, it keeps all the matter spinning in tight little packets like a stick starts doing when you toss it into a stream. But… Seek More

Conforming to the Behaviour of Nature

With continued understanding, they will also discover that the fabric of probability on our planet is like a living thing. It can be nurtured and fed and even guided into new shapes, but should by no means be “killed” for… Seek More

Reclaim Old Psychic Energy

So, observation and reaction… Shall we explore some examples? Let’s focus on the home scale. Your home observes you. The home being a collective of many things, and it observes you through reacting to the distribution of your personal energy,… Seek More

New Interaction

Everyone familiar with how soap bubbles stay intact? Or the structure of, say, a bucky ball or a carbon nano-tube? Tension. Specific, coherent patterns of tension, and well, especially in the case of the nano-tube, they can display qualities people… Seek More