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Why don't we feel planetary forces of motion or sag uncontrollably under gravitational pull?

This leads us partially into the intricacies of our interwebbed relationship with the Ecosystem of Physics. We generally see Physics as this 'dead' layer of Reality upon which living matter has evolved.

The body is a tensegrity structure which distributes forces adaptive while forming shape. Like a flexible ball which will bounce and have its walls impressed inward and deform itself because of force, the body will keep itself upright and collectively ballooned into shape because of the electrochemical forces which hold its intricate internal and external cavities and volumes of liquid and gasses.

At the atmospheric level, air is undergoing similar forces of "levity" which is charged and controlled through electro and photo manipulation. (Muons also play a role in the types of motion experienced in our planetary/Universal Body withen Body system.)

It seems these electrical and photovoltaic forces are interleaved with human consciousness by mechanisms we don't or won't normally fully understand. Notice how powerful the EMF impulse of the animal's heart is. The mammal brain also has a substantial EMF and thermal signature. How do these thermal and voltaic effects cascade out and in correspondent with the environmental ecosystems?

The solution being nearly impossible to see or solve in an "all at once" fashion is seemingly part of the implicate order which keeps life aloft above the dungeons of death and entropy.

I think we actually miss a kind of connection with life when we view a healthy person as the epitome of life. When do you feel most alive, truly? When you are climbing a mountain or skating through a course....perhaps sprinting those last paces of a marathon?

These times of pushing the human body and the forces keeping us aloft to the edge is, I think, more of a symbol of performance and life than a nice and neat car safely tucked away which never sees the raceway.

In a sense, if we come out of forces connected with the environment and then materialize into an entity with a personality which has a solid core, we are hardening like a dead desert rock. We become so full of the world and so empty of the entropy which drives life. Disconnection from entropy is Disconnection from life.

If Life happens at the Edge, where do we position the Life Forces of the Human Civilization?
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The brain is a hyper-dimensional sponge. The fluids it prefers are even more of a hyper dimensional sponge. The geometric energies which flow through the fluids and brain and the Universal aether are even more elastic in their densities than physical matter. This gives rise to inexact computation of elemental energies. XACT, XEROX
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You can now bring the CSI labs to your computer and enhance images with an algorithm which guesses the missing detail of low-megapixel images.
neural-enhance - Super Resolution for images using deep learning.
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"Conditional Entropy" and "Multi-Variable Flexible Differentials" are the fascinations of today. Among other treats.
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Trying to get into this without becoming too heady about these topics. They do seem practical because they are the fountains of our physical reality. I imagine quantum origins as ultra-micro sprinkler heads which give constant energetic birth to atoms. This would be similar to a fusion.

In a mythical sense, I see light as a self-feeding fire. (or close to this.)

Also, I've been pondering waves and how a wave is always intangibly connected to the surroundings. There is no "leading edge." There is normally a way to back-propagate information. This is especially true since multiple densities means multiple speeds, thus the less dense ether which flows into the constant formation of outcomes and atomic structuring is able to move faster and more freely.
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These look incredibly sleek!
I love the fact that these are actually stronger than traditional roof tiles!
Tesla Unveils its New Line of Camouflaged Solar Panels

EVER THE SHOWMAN, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to the stage at Universal Studios in LA this evening promising to make solar sexy. To that end, he unveiled a range of textured glass tiles with integrated solar cells that are nearly indistinguishable from conventional tiling, along with a sleek update to the company’s energy-storing Powerwall. A couple hundred invited guests, mostly Tesla owners, ooh-ed and ahh-ed as Musk revealed that a row of suburban American houses on Wisteria Lane—the old set of Desperate Housewives—were all, in fact, topped with solar roofs. Each house’s old roofing material had been stripped away, and replaced with one of four new styles of solar tile. From the street, it was virtually impossible to tell; the roofs retained a variety of traditional looks, from textured slate shingle to terra cotta tile. Musk said the secret to the tiles’ appearance is a special coating that becomes more or less see-through depending on your viewing angle. He described it as a series of micro louvers that work like a privacy screen on a laptop, and said the company is working with 3M on the tech. The effect is dramatic in person. From shallow angles, the tiles appear nontransparent. But as your viewing angle approaches 90 degrees, the underlying solar cell becomes more and more visible. The result is a tile that permits the passage of sunlight from overhead, but still looks opaque to anyone at ground level.
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Musical chords are like fields of Shadows where the Sun bounces from horizon to horizon and angles of shadows are based upon the tonal quality.

Patterns layer themselves vertically and also horizontally as shadows cross paths with the rows of Corn.

If someone designs an app which makes this, I think it would blow up.
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I imagine matrices overlaid upon glasses such as an oculus rift as a defining feature of recursive conscious experience. Or as an experience in which multiple options are at the ready.
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The action potentials of the neurons in a brain are very related to the conditional entropy. Yes, I coined this term. And it's part of the artistic expression I'm doing as self-educational paradigm-shifter.
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These pictures related to Hyperdimensional constructs or energies help elucidate a little of what's been in my imaginations recently.

I believe another related concept is Tensegrity as well as fluid dynamics, laminar flow, and surface tension. Surface tension of hollow manifolds is perhaps the most interesting because it begins to become holotropic by its nature.
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"Science is the Engine of Prosperity." ~Dr. Michio Kaku
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Science is a Way of Life | Knowledge is Power
Skepticism and Curiosity are the Fuels of Knowledge.

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Compiling and Crystallizing the next generation's scientifically validated protocols for empowering and enabling personal intelligence, health, longevity...sustainably. Lifestyle design is a process of improvement.

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“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan “press on” has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race ” -Calvin Coolidge

  • Discoverying myself
  • Lateral (divergent) thinker
  • an infovore/philomath
  • trying to change the world one mind at a time
  • Egalitarian
  • INTP (introversion, intuition, thinking, perceiving) [Myers-Briggs Personality Type]


  • Molecular Biology
  • Nutrition - Natural Medicine (I'm biased towards natural vitamins, minerals, and other natural compounds rather than pharmaceuticals. I prefer prevention rather than intervention.)
  • Nootropics (mind enhancing drugs and nutrients)
  • Robotics and Automation
  • Quantum Mechanics

  • Open Source - Development and Data
  • Web 3.0, Semantics, Ontologies
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Liquid Fluoride-Thorium Nuclear Reactors
  • Graphene!
  • Quantum Electronics
  • Optical Electronics
  • Biological Batteries

Social: (politics):
  • Social Reform
  • COOPERATIVES (United Nations 2012: Year of the Cooperative!)
  • SHARED SOURCES (Infrastructures and Services that cut down on redundant waste)
  • Occupy Wall Street
  • Commercial (feral) Hemp Legalization (paper, cloth, ethanol, food, CO2 reduction, fertilizer and pesticide reduction)
  • PROGRESSIVE LIBERTARIAN (Scientific Conservative) [Grassroots-Organized-Anarchist] [Progressive and Participatory-Tiered-Democracy] [Socialist-Free Market] [Peaceful-Post-Scarcity] [Scientific-Accepting] [Fractal-Unionist] (Why? Because the more "networked" a nation is, the better. The U.S. started out pretty good. It can be done better. Authoritarian Regimes are very dangerous. Power should be as diversified and distributed as possible. It promotes humility.)
  • * (The E-Harmony of Politics!) *
Focus is great and all, but knife edges and pencil points both need a lot of supporting matrix behind that. Without that you have nothing. It is this concept that makes me want to have a broad understanding of the larger picture of things when I research trending movements and technologies and current events. Even in daily life, I can't help but notice patterns that others don't notice. I connect dots that others don't even see as dots.

I absolutely Love Science and the process of Discovery. My curiosity is what motivates me to explore a wider field of view (context) than what I see right now. I am more of an Abstract thinker than a purely causal and logical thinker. I like to look for patterns. I love Visual Data. I like to think about Consciousness. The only useful education I have had is that which I was motivated to find myself. I have a passion for learning and it is very important to me that I find my information from a very wide variety of sources. I attribute my success as an independent researcher almost entirely to the power of the internet, and raw persistence. It's a great feeling to be able to stand upon the shoulders of giants and to peer out of my own experience onto the plains of the collective mind. Proper assimilation of our culture's knowledge into our individual minds is what gives us an edge.
I'm interested in networking and sharing knowledge with others. I'm interested in Content which includes ideas, resources, plans, dreams, movements, etc.


"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn." -Alvin Toffler

"Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking." -Albert Einstein

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” -Albert Einstein

“Indulge your passion for science…but let your science be human, and such as may have a direct reference to action and society. Be a philosopher; but amidst all your philosophy, be still a man.” -David Hume

"I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant." -Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Do unto others 20% better than you would expect them to do unto you, to correct for subjective error." - Linus Pauling

“In a decaying society, art, if it is truthful, must also reflect decay. And unless it wants to break faith with its social function, art must show the world as changeable. And help to change it.” -Ernst Fischer

"When injustice becomes law, rebellion becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson

"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any." -Alice Walker

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." -Helen Keller

"Your competitive advantage comes from the accuracy of your interpretation of reality and the way you articulate your life experience." -Jennifer Sertl

"What looks like luck to most people is when preparation meets opportunity." -Oprah Winfrey

"When a man is wrapped up in himself, he makes a pretty small package." -John Ruskin

“For since most of our living is unconscious, play is like match-strokes in the void, bringing into light the structures we behave by, illuminating for us, however briefly, our deep meanings.” -M. C. Richards

" Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." -Albert Einstein

"When science is truly new...the technology that results from it “cannot be imagined” in advance." -Anton Zeilinger

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.” -Sri Chinmoy Ghose

"An organism at war with itself is doomed." -Carl Sagan

“Knowledge is a public good and increases in value as the number of people possessing it increases.” —John Wilbanks is vice president of science at Creative Commons.

"Tell me, I'll forget. Show me, I may remember. But involve me, and I'll understand." -Confucius

"Next to knowing when to seize an opportunity, the most important thing in life is to know when to forego an advantage." -Benjamin Disraeli

"Most of the change we think we see in life is due to truths being in and out of favor." -Robert Frost

I'm not interested in the world as it is. I'm interested in the world as I see it.
This means: DISRUPTION
The following excerpt is taken from:
Integrative Thinking is the process of integrating intuition, reason and imagination in a human mind with a view to developing a holistic continuum of strategy, tactics, action, review and evaluation for addressing a problem in any field. A problem may be defined as the difference between what one has and what one wants.

The Rotman School of Management defines integrative thinking as:

"...the ability to constructively face the tensions of opposing models, and instead of choosing one at the expense of the other, generating a creative resolution of the tension in the form of a new model that contains elements of the individual models, but is superior to each."[1]

The website continues:

"Integrative thinkers build models rather than choose between them. Their models include consideration of numerous variables — customers, employees, competitors, capabilities, cost structures, industry evolution, and regulatory environment — not just a subset of the above. Their models capture the complicated, multi-faceted and multidirectional causal relationships between the key variables in any problem. Integrative thinkers consider the problem as a whole, rather than breaking it down and farming out the parts. Finally, they creatively resolve tensions without making costly trade-offs, turning challenges into opportunities."

Gandhi's Seven Deadly Sins:
  • Wealth without Work
  • Pleasure without Conscience
  • Science without Humanity
  • Knowledge without Character
  • Politics without Principle
  • Commerce without Morality
  • Worship without Sacrifice

Maslow's list of Metaneeds:

  1. Wholeness (unity)
  2. Perfection (balance and harmony)
  3. Completion (ending)
  4. Justice (fairness)
  5. Richness (complexity)
  6. Simplicity ( essence)
  7. Liveliness (spontaneity)
  8. Beauty (rightness of form)
  9. Goodness (benevolence)
  10. Uniqueness (individuality)
  11. Playfulness (ease)
  12. Truth (reality)
  13. Autonomy (self-sufficiency)
  14. Meaningfulness (values)

  • The Offsite - Robert H. Thompson (Leadership Fable)
  • Abundance: The Future is Better than you Think - Peter H. Diamandis - Steven Kotler (Future Abundance and Prosperity through Technology and Post-Scarcity)
  • The Power of Pull - John Hagel (Pull-Based Strategies, Distributed Leadership, and Need-Based Supply Webs and Ecosystems)
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-I was on Google+ within the first week of it launching its field trial! -I think for myself...with others in mind.
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