Category Archives: Heisenberg

A Superset Universe?

How would you draw a Universe with all theories as being part of,  as a subset? Pictorial representations can be very useful in presenting information or assisting reasoning. Venn diagram is an example. Venn diagrams are used to represent classes … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropic Principal, Cosmology, False Vacuum, Heisenberg, Sir Roger Penrose, Steven Weinberg, Symmetry, Symmetry Breaking, Virtual Reality | 3 Comments

Oh Dear!… How Technology has Changed Things

Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beautya beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable … Continue reading

Posted in Faster Than Light, Game Theory, Heisenberg, Hooft, Outside Time, PHAEDRUS, Plato, Plato's Cave, Robert Pirsig, Symmetry, Symmetry Breaking, Time Travel | 12 Comments

Symmetry in Psychological Action

Our basic premise is that minuscule apparent violations of Lorentz and CPT invariance might be observable in nature. The idea is that the violations would arise as suppressed effects from a more fundamental theory. We have shown in our publications … Continue reading

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Coxeter and Plato’s Cave

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Coxeter, Earth, Flowers, Foundation, geometries, Heisenberg, Hooft, lagrangian, Liminocentric, Nanotechnology, Plato's Cave, Projective Geometry, Sun, Symmetry | Leave a comment

Basis of Reality by Geometric Design?

I would like to continually like to remind one of Plato’s cave. If the sun is behind us, how do you relate what is seen dimensionally, and describe it from first principles? The shadows are used in a way to … Continue reading

Posted in Albrecht Durer, Concepts, deduction, Dirac, False Vacuum, geometries, Heisenberg, Plato's Cave, Sun | Leave a comment

On Blogging and Experiment

Variation of the Standard Two-Pin-hole “welcher-Weg” Optics Experiment George R. Welch setting up an optics experiment with graduate student Sophia Ilina Uncertain Principles : So, “A Week in the Lab” has come to an end. The experiment itself goes on, … Continue reading

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The 5th Dimension and the Networld

Hi Darwin, You thought my statement foolish, about Immanuel Kant? Instead of Darwin I thought maybe you might envision yourself as Aristotle, as you stand beside me, under the “arche.”:) That what religion does is build concrete things, and so … Continue reading

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Angels and Demons

Now how could such good thinking minds have not seen that the publics understandings might have been warped by the very underpinnings of good science men/woman, and all the issues become some fictional story for what evils and saints can … Continue reading

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Harmonic Oscillation

This “math sense” has to become part of one’s makeup? An inductive process. Experimentally challenged. Deductive. If such a idea is held from weak to strong idealizations in terms of comological views, then you get this sense of “energy valuations” … Continue reading

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Art and Science

This is going to be quite the blog entry because as little a response might have been from Clifford’s links to artistic imagery and it’s relation to science. I definitely have more to say. So being short of time, the … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Branes, Colour of Gravity, Curvature Parameters, Dimension, Einstein, Gauss, geometries, Graviton, Gravity, Heisenberg, HENRI POINCARE, Inverse Square Law, Non Euclidean, Polytopes | Leave a comment