IN Beyond the Dance of the Sun I give an image of Plato’s Cave for consideration, about dimensinal perspectve.
This is not only held in my mind in terms of what free people are chained in their perspectives, but I also feel, that the leading characteristics were kindly put forward not only by my own position, but by those who I have listed throughout this blog.
Bolya, Heisenberg and Hooft?
There are “no wares” here to market(no advertising) other then what perception has granted me by “learning” and assuming the inherent nature of the leading perspectves in geometries and their relation to the real world.
Visitors’ shadows manipulate and reshape projected images of “Buckyballs.” “Buckyball,” or a buckminsterfullerene molecule, is a closed cage-structure molecule with a carbon network. “Buckyball” was named for R. Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller (1895-1983), a scientist, philosopher and inventor, best known for creating the geodesic dome.
Imagine then, that such nanotechnology sites have taken us down to microperspectives and there are such things in the “geometry of being” that would dictate the technolgies that we use?
Was it so distant from the real world that such “projective geometries” exposed the correlation of knowledge from a man like Coxeter, that you would say “I would rather demomnstrate the technological aspect because this is real?”
You know you had to be more suttle then this. You knew you had to think of the sun’s ray and “think” beyond in the Sun/Earth Relation in a lagrangian perspective. But you refuse?
It is better then, that the cynics remain chained. And allow themselves to spread their venom about the callousness of “good people who had ventured forth” and asked about dimensional perspective. Who is it, that remains in the box?
Focus then, on the science and what has been accomplished. You need no further explanation. No “back reaction” to what constituted this science.
HOUSTON, Texas, Oct. 31 — Nobel laureate Richard Smalley, co-discoverer of the buckyball and widely considered to be one of the fathers of nanotechnology, died Friday at the age of 62 after a long battle with cancer.
Rice University professor Smalley shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in chemistry with fellow Rice chemist Robert Curl and British chemist Sir Harold Kroto for the 1985 discovery of a new form of carbon nicknamed buckyballs. Shaped like soccerballs and no wider than a strand of DNA, buckyballs each contain 60 carbon atoms arranged in a hollow sphere resembling two conjoined geodesic domes. Smalley coined the name “buckminsterfullerene” for the discovery in honor of architect and geodesic dome inventor Buckminster Fuller.
Fullerenes — the family of compounds that includes buckyballs and carbon nanotubes — remained the central focus of Smalley’s research until his death. According to colleagues, Smalley’s belief that nanotubes were a wonder material that could solve some of humanity’s problems — such as clean energy, clean water and economical space travel — led him to crusade for more public support for science and to help found a business, Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc., in 2000 to make sure his discoveries made it to the marketplace where they could benefit society. Smalley was convinced that nanotubes could only be used to solve society’s problems if they were manufactured in bulk and processed economically.
The socialogical foundation of thinking about our world here then is a far cry from the very foundationof the geometries and how human being may envision. How they may descend into mind. Thre posisbilties are endless,a nd I would just point to the images of flowers and the kalidescope they cause, as they reveal strange nodes and anti-nodes brought forth in mandalic pattern interpretations.
What symmetry is this, that we can create such patterns and see how beautiful they are? Some like Clifford like th easymmetry of certain flowers?
Again such liminocentric structure are a inhernet part of our consciousness developement and following this process, into reality is a very important step. Some will only like the pictures and some will venture deeper. That’s always be the way of it.
How would I know this?:)