Archive for April, 2010

Announcement: upcoming past space-time lecture

On Monday, July 16, 1257, there will be an formal lecture, followed by an evening get together with a guest speaker and some treats. The lecture will cover three of the topics already covered in this important news blog:

Interplanetary Minerals
Space and Dimension

Please note the lecturer is new; no heckling or jokes, and please silence your communicators while attending. As a special treat, we’ll have an evening guest speaker lecturing on:

universe and its center

After the lecture, some delicious edibles and fresh water will be served.

Please wear clothing appropriate to the 13th century, and if you cannot attend this function, there may be a future lecture announced for the 11th century.


Escalation, Movement, and Reversal

The escalation, movement, and reversal of calendrical time, distant space, and vacuum-space may have a coordinated basis in a phenomenon related to a particular revision theory demonstrated by the original extraterrestrial time-space thinkers. Believe me, I know this sounds quite plausible, but it would be thoughtful to use a bit of skepticism when considering such a normally empiric “revision theory” cause. Those that have learned how calendar related time can be made to collapse by repeating certain actions at ever-shortening, ever-decreasing intervals (escalation not included), have experienced first hand the immediate dimensional shift that the broadening of consciousness may provide to sentience. Various and cultured ways of considering uninhabited continents located in remote, far away, and distant isles only preclude any emphasis on the escalation and reversal of time-space, as the only appropriate and plausible consideration which remains cannot be broadened without reluctantly discerning unrelated possibilities. To collapse such time eludes the initial movement and evaluation of non-probability and delineated origins discussed in my recent ancient particle perception posting. As the secondary kinds of sounds article states, “Although the initial sound level … remains constant,” similarly, the perceptual emphasized reversal of vacuum-space, sound, and similar measurements can be related to the broadening of consciousness.


The Three Folded Slates, an allegory

Eighty four years ago, there were eighty five trees in a forest. Amongst the tall green trees were twelve rocks, three of which were slate. A careful observation of the slates shows that at one time, the slates were folded. “How can a rock be folded?” one might ask. The answer is found in one of the tall trees. The leaves were golden on one side of the trees (the easternmost side). On the other side, the leaves were a speckled green with reflective mineral-like crystalline spots. Each leaf had a fold, in fourway sections. Imagine an origami lesson where you were told to fold a piece of paper four ways. Each leaf was folded in such a manner. The tall tree sat on a hill, the only hill in the forest. Up close, the tree did not look green; rather, it appeared golden when the observer was facing west, and reflectively speckled when facing east. Note that this story may have been told, and retold, so the directions are inconsequential, i.e. substitute east with west, or north, doesn’t matter. What matters is that each side had differently colored leaves. Most importantly, the leaves on one side of the tree were covered with a reflective crystalline pattern. This hill was covered with red bedrock, enough so that the tree’s roots were hidden. Underneath the bedrock was a cardboard box that contained a slate folder.


Random Interplanetary Mineral Surfaces

Many interplanetary mineral surfaces contain a random environmental component. Features above the mineral surface seem newer than those occupying the same space adjacent to the circumference of the interplanetary glossy area, especially when interpolated using specific scientific methods on such a periphery. In the beginning, the environmental component may only occupy the area directly below, then (subsequent to each components’ time flow) the occupation of the area slowly moves relative to the speed of the surface’s environmental principle. This can be calculated using any convenient random interplanetary mineral surface. It is important to note that the four components space, surface, relative speed, and vacuum dimension always play a significant role in obtaining frequent (though sometimes not-so-frequent) measurements. This was discussed earlier, therefore no more time regarding this needs to be occupied. Conversely, when each component (vacuum dimension excluded), floats within 1/4 inch above an environment’s tangential surface, there seems to be a spacial gap of about 1/2 the size of a number of millimeters. This measurement has not been tested, so it would have to be confirmed first in order to use the multidimensional theories for some of the repeated analysis. If relative speed, space and surface area cover inexplicable components, the third and fourth possibilities need no further measurement. Testing this possibility would be recommended if the previously considered fluctuation gap lengthens beyond 1/4 inch.


Tetrahedral Energetics and Consciousness

When energy condenses into a tetrahedral shape, fifteen directional electrons become sentient. Their consciousness appears almost instantly. The conveniently sentient electron bears no resemblance to the original tetrahedron (either polar, or nonpolar). This can be measured in certain instances: when at place of origin, when at place of source, and when below a linear plane. All together, these 15 electrons weigh less than three times the original weight of the tetrahedron. When the consciousness collapses on itself, these electrons tend to circulate outside the geometric shapes. Nevertheless, the original tetrahedral structure continues with its original sentience. Because clarification can be important, the following may clarify:

  • Observation: modal
  • Sentience: reciprocating
  • Conscious: yes
  • Beginning shape: tetrahedron
  • Penultimate shape: to be discovered
As mentioned in the “Stick Drawing on Stone Bark” allegory, multiparticle beams can sometimes be seen radiating away from the center, as long as proper measurements are taken. Measurement is only appropriate, in this instance, when the original count is skewed (i.e. greater than, or less than 15).

Absolute condensation of energy is not always necessary (if ever necessary). The consciousness continues to pervade the smallest particle whether or not measurements have been taken. This absolute condensation of energetic particles (of formerly driven – or – sometimes imagined systems) quite possibly drives the functioning of many sentient tetrahedral shapes, as long as the original structure is maintained foremost in a given theory. Conclusion: when modal observation is used to clarify sentient particles, counting of the original concepts of directional electrons may swiftly move in consciousness.


Center of Edge Received

When a point of contact moves either to or fro, then an element has a chance to catapult towards a center. At the very center of the central point, the tangential point of contact has only one mission: to lose balance on the edge when important specifics are received. These specific edges that are received can be abandoned. How can it be abandoned? There are three minute details I cannot mention in this blog because they are proprietary. However, I may allude to these details by listing three allegorical instances: an ocean, a stick, and a piece of bark (vis a vis the stick drawing article). Another method to demonstrate the mission’s edge of abandonment is to display something that is both missing a central point, and receiving an endpoint. The following image only alludes to these possible requirements:

sunset grain wood

a sunset grain wood

It is newsworthy to mention that the above image has been created to represent, “sunset grain wood.” The sunset’s sun-energy combines with wood to form a pattern, which reminds me about the suns energy (some info about solar energy here) to provide a tactile representation of something without a specific edge. The image’s “mission” is to allow the unfolding of prominent features that we can always discuss at a later time.


Incandescence, Spanda, and Metaphors

If for no other reason than to point out the obvious, some references to an antithesis may shed knowledge on a given plane of manifestation. Though conventional manifestation (or presence) already contains knowledge of some sort, some unconventional appearances may lack of knowledge of a given thought-provoking antithesis that rarely captures connectivity of a routine. Though news to some, it is of some thoughtful opinion that any competing antitheses to this routine do not capture further imagination—unless the incandescence of forgotten images are compared to any one objective. Think of a seashore, the ocean, the continuing but conventional knowledge a wave-based oscillation of water brings to actualization and realization. Such an objective cannot, and should not be considered as competition to alternate objectives. In incandescent objective, though not necessarily an antonym of, “antithesis,” loses its iridescence/knowledge on a given plane when no further imagination propagates an instance of spanda (“oscillation”). When the objective’s vibration ceases, further objectives can make themselves known. No further imagination is congruent, unless accompanied by images, objectives, competition, and spanda. This ninefold itemization has not been taught for centuries. The reader may think that it is for good reason that such a novenary “list” hasn’t been taught for quite a while; however, practicality and importance sometimes prevails. Approximately 750 years ago, the previously mentioned, “incandescence of forgotten images,” were brought to a metaphorical stage. On this stage, only one conclusion was derived: observation was (and still is) the only thread connecting the images to knowledge, and knowledge to oscillation; any previous references to antitheses have no relation to a propagation of spanda.


Stick Drawing on Stone Bark

Today, this blog may be awarded a silvery golden star with shiny multiparticle beams radiating from the center. Some people imagine “points” when they think of a star; however, I think of a sphere emanating radiant light waves in all directions. In the sky at night, more than 35 stars may be perceived. During the day, however, there may be as many as 50, 100, or even more than 200 stars. Multiply 200 times an infinite number of “points” and the resultant number can be articulated as a “simply bigger-than-countable number.” A handheld calculator is sometimes useful for many calculations. If one award is issued today, two awards issued tomorrow, there will be at least three awards issued, total, within a calendrical week. The multiparticle beams appear to radiate from the center, only if measured properly (with, or without points). Therefore a sum, divided by an eminence (such as from radiating light), can confound the simplest methods, ergo the stick drawing on stone-bark story. The story goes that 400 years ago, a paragraph was inscribed on an old piece of bark which had fallen from a tree. Multiparticle beams radiated towards the bark, and only a vivid imagination would ascertain a number of points on the bark (akin to a referenced star). The piece of bark was later found by a being on some sort of a mission. Carrying out such a mission always resulted in a summation, a calculation of sorts, where the end result was always a sphere. In conclusion, the stone-bark always was found where it was supposed to be. Allegories such as this are almost always of some interest.


Briefly Important News

Announcement: due to the overwhelming quality of a positive response to some of the articles written here, the author wants to announce the invention of the possibility of an online discussion about event-particles in non-linear space. The discussion may entail infinite detector diagrams without parallel conformities. More news to follow.