The Nature of Light II

The nature of light has been debated for hundreds of years. In the twentieth century, Einstein was finally given credit for making sense of light, among other things, in his papers on the quantum nature of things and on relativity. His theories, along with those of almost every other physicist of his time and of this time, were structured to represent light as a transverse wave, traveling at speed C.

The representation of light as a wave makes sense only if you have a boundary within which that wave can flow (also known as a waveguide). Einstein provided for no such waveguide, assuming that light could (for some reason undisclosed by him or by anyone else) travel in a bobulating wave restricted to a narrow ray of the light’s dimensions. Typically these dimensions are 1 micron (infrared), or ~500 nm (green), etc.

Tesla read Einstein’s theories and scoffed. It was the only time Tesla ever was seen to be angry in public, during a discourse involving Einstein’s theories. Light could be nothing but a thing analogous to a sound wave, according the Tesla. The sound wave idea required a medium (aether) and a waveguide. Tesla agreed with the idea of a medium, but never ventured a bet as to the nature of the waveguide that must accompany the light, for any transverse wave refractions to occur.

Various types of “structure” have been proposed for the aether, but they all have a common flaw: they assume a consistent structure, rather than a dynamic one. My proposition is that the aether is dynamic, and I have given it a term appropriate to the dynamic nature I see: lyotropic aether. Lyotropic derives from the Latin, meaning ”to dissolve and reform.” A lyotropic aether disregards ealier experiments meant to disprove it.

An LCD monitor is lyotropic. In the presence of energy, the liquid crystal within the display aligns in a way that can seem to be a mode of self alignment and self-propagation. That’s not exactly the case, instead as the energy moves across the screen of the LCD, the alignment continues coincidentally with the energy, seemingly “growing” the alignment into particular paths.

As Tesla wrote, light itself is scalar, because the self-propagation is in all directions at once, unless something in the path of the light redirects it with the power of reflection and refraction. So, in practice, light usually has a vector associated with the way the source is constructed. Likewise, light is longitudinal in nature. Tesla was adamant also about this. Nature’s mode is longitudinal, because nature’s mode is described by crystallography. Everything else looks the way it looks because of reflection and refraction. Transverse waves are percolations confined to a waveguide.

Think about light eminating from an atom. Would it pick a particular direction? Of course not! Think about a pulsating orb, which is eminating its energy in all directions at once. This is the view of light as a scalar phenomenon. However; an atom rarely exists alone. Atoms are social animals. When there are multiple atoms, they affect one another, and there is refraction. Only at that point is there a directivity, or a “vector” quantity at play. Drop a pebble into a pond, and it ripples in all directions. So does light, absent any sort of medium boundary around which it must flow or reflect or refract. This is all in line with Tesla’s view, albeit he never conceived of a waveguide to complete the picture. That waveguide is the lyotropic aether.

I can hear someone complain that atomic energy shell emission is in discrete moments, and that the scalar reasoning seems to imply it is not, especially since at this place we accept the idea that individual “rays” are filaments within lyotropic aether. However; a photon is defined as the energy in a single cycle of oscillation, which is certainly not really a single moment of energy, as determined by the geometry of the percolations (crystallographic) being so much smaller than the transverse wave that defines a photon. Hence, the “photon” is subdivided.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics. Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

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Light Creates/Grows Latticework as it Propagates

Light grows latticework in the direction of its propagation, via its percolation, and then its refraction. When entanglement is involved, light creates a superlattice in the direction of propagation. This latticework is the result of the action of the percolation of light through lyotropic aether, as opposed to the subsequently refracted transverse light energies.

This is a better way to describe two phase or two mode light, than the way I have used in the past.  I’ve been describing two-factor light as a self aligning, self propagating effect, akin to the lyotropic crystal alignment that happens in LCD monitors.  But – it’s more than just an alignment – it’s literally the creation of a lattice framework in a way analogous to the well known elemental crystallography associated with physical chemistry.  It’s just that it happens in lyotropic aether as opposed to normal matter.

The magic angle of 1.1 degrees misalignment is what creates superlattices in the types of crystals used for generating entangled photons. The same 1.1 degree angle creates a superlattice in graphene, which subsequently leads to paramagnetism effects and to superconductance. So, light in transit is not necessarily a superlattice creator, but causes only lattice alignments when the magic angle is not involved.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests

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Magnetic Attraction: Push, not Pull

One of the favorite memes that circulates in groups of people who adhere to energy theories involving lyotropic aether and such, is the meme of push vs. pull in electrodynamics. Once you buy into the idea of lyotropic aether, and superlattices formed within the medium, then you realize the potential that all force in the universe is push-force, and there is no such thing as attraction.

This would naturally extend to all things in the so-called electrodynamic realm: Energy transfer, magnetism, and dipole moments (the latter of which hold the matter universe together).  The idea is that superlattices form in energy paths and in atoms and in arrangements of atoms.  So, the dipole moments in a magnet, as an aggregate, cause a superlattice that has feedback equilibrium, and this equilibrium, in combination with the refractive index of the superlattice, causes a fold-back of the energy field around the magnet.  This amounts to a chain link that can seem to have attractive force for the next link, but instead has only push.

Key to understanding the push/no-pull theory is an understanding of two mode energy momentum transit, as in longitudinal percolation versus transverse refraction.  The dipole moments between atoms of molecules would work the same way, and we would say that atoms are bound to other atoms by the wrap-around electrodynamic effect of the superlattice, making “chain links” where each link is a push-force link.  These links altogether form the vertices of the crystallographically defined dipole moment binding-structures of not only matter, but of lyotropic aether as well.  Therefore, Einstein’s non-success at building a unifying theory was based on a less broad picture of things that he calculated as his input.  The additional pieces allow for unification of energy, gravity, so-called quantum entanglement, and matter interactions.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests

 

Atoms are Nested Super Lattice Spheres

Today I’m going to write down a bullet-pointed list of some recent thoughts, and try not to bring along any chaff …

  • Atoms are nested superlattice spheres. Each so-called orbital shell is a different geometry within the superlattice. Some geometries are more efficient (hence they hold more energy). Some of these superlattices are self-similar, resolving to ever smaller geometries, which is why they hold so much energy in spite of their size. It’s because the energy network is so large. An atom is really more like a capacitor or battery than it is like the thing that academia has painted for it.
  • There is no such thing as positive electric charge.  Other than as an abstraction, we could consider that there is no such thing as charge polarity: and instead there is only the presence or the absence of energy, and the direction of its flow. The polarity abstraction has served to conflate it with something that is real, when it is not.
  • All energy is initially scalar.  Tesla was correct.  But, due to the lyotropic aether, the scalar energy is channelized along percolation paths.  Due to the channelization, the individual scalar “rays” each have a vector, and can transform to refracted T-waves.
  • All energy momentum transit is a longitudinal percolation.  Longitudinal percolation creates a superlattice in lyotropic aether, which aligns the lyotropic aether, creating an impedance/aether discontinuity along the medium boundary of the superlattice.  This supports refraction for the secondary T-wave.
  • Nature’s mode is longitudinal, as in previous bullet point.  
  • Gravity is unrefracted energy percolation, coming from the surrounding universe. It is scalar in effect, even though the energy passes through myriad percolation channels in lyotropic aether.

I should explain the assertion that there are no charges – at least a little bit. We’ve had charge terminology wrong since Benjamin Franklin guessed that the electrified clouds were negative and the ground positive. Of course, it’s really the opposite of that, but my point doesn’t have anything to do with positive being negative.

Energy is energy. It doesn’t itself have any polarity. It’s just a stress-force momentum in the aether. So, we really only have one thing, or we don’t have it. We have energy, or we don’t. Dipoles have reflexive polarity, but this polarity is “having energy” versus “not having energy” – so we have only positive “energy” (we call it negative, thanks to Franklin) – and then on the other side of the dipole we have “no energy” (or more likely “lesser” energy) – and we call it negative polarity.  The idea of a center voltage of zero is simply a convention built out of the way they decided to build power transformers, with center taps.  It’s entirely artificial, and nature doesn’t really have +/- charges in it.  It has energy, and alternately, no or lesser energy.  Like water, energy flows from where it is to where it isn’t.

The vast majority of the energy in the universe is of the scalar form, albeit it comes with the overlay of the channelization effects of lyotropic aether percolation.  We see none of it, because nothing akin to “charge” appears to us except when there is an interaction with mass that results in what we perceive (or our instruments perceive) as charge.

Nonetheless, unrefracted percolated (scalar) energy has an impact on individual atoms with its force, even as it does not affect the so-called “charge” exhibited by those atoms. So, it ends up being an undetected mechanical force that is responsible for gravity.

How do we detect this energy? We have a number of means to measure the effects of gravity, but how do we more closely measure the gravity itself?  Unrefracted energy percolation is responsible for so-called quantum entanglement.  So, a device that measures how much quantum entanglement happens per unit area (say, by measuring the quantum echoes between two quantum lenses) – we might more directly measure the “gravity”.  A candidate material for the lenses would be, of course, graphene.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

The Universe is not Holographic, but it Creates …

The universe is not holographic, but it creates a hologram from its reality. I’ve always had a problem with Bohm’s holographic universe because the hologram needed a reality source. The hologram is a flattened interference projection onto two dimensions. But it is an interference pattern of real objects in a real world. So, the holographic universe made not much sense. However, the universe is indeed full of interference, and so a snapshot of that interference pattern, flattened, is a hologram. The universe creates a holographic source with its reality. In terms of reality and real objects, that doesn’t say much. But in terms of the interactions of objects, it may say quite a lot.

One can say that the objects themselves constitute a sum of interference, and thus can be holographically interpreted.  While true, the holography is a map of the interference of energy, not the energy itself.  So, the universe is not holographic in origin, but only in the resulting patterns of connections and interactions that materialize from real energy in a field of aether defined by crystallography.

Reality is a conformation of energy in the aether, and the hologram projection of that reality describes the interations of one part of the reality with another. So, reality is the source for a holographic interpretation of the universe, of its interelated parts.

The hologram shows us the connections of the reality in the universe. Those connections may influence adjoining pieces of reality in a large or a small way. The transverse wave holograph relates to connections with the least influence.  The incoherent, non-entangled quantum hologram relates to connections that have more influence than the small transverse wave influences, but less than the quantum coherent, percolated entangled energy moments that have the biggest influence.  Three different holographic representations are created.  The first is the refracted transverse wave hologram.  It is limited by the geometric resolution of the wavelengths of the transverse wave, and by the Nyquist limit.  The other two holograms are quantum holograms, which have no Nyquist limit, and infinitesimally small geometric resolutions.  They are vastly superior.  

Why are they superior?  Because they lack the overlapping patterns in the T-wave hologram.  How could they lack the overlapping patterns?  They lack the overlaps because quantum percolation filaments keep their integrity even in fields of interference.  This allows for the “teasing out” of the tiniest variations of interference in the quantum holographic representation, where the transverse wave hologram would reach its resolution limit before it was useful for many things.  With one of the quantum hologram types, it might be possible to tease out the state of things anywhere in the universe with only a small sample of the universe.  It would be a looking glass truly deserving of the name.

The human brain might be able to “tease out” certain things in either type of quantum hologram, based only upon the small geometric volume the brain contains.  I don’t think the transverse wave hologram is viable for the brain, but perhaps one of the quantum modes could be the basis for remote viewing, and ESP.  I think it’s likely that the incoherent, non-entangled quantum percolations are a weaker field by virtue of the scattering they suffer, such that they represent lesser potential for both brain connections and for generalized quantum communication channels.  The filaments of such aether pathways are not bunched. The best potential for quantum communication is direct aether filament percolation and the associated “full entanglement” of reflexive “Wilburforce Pendulum” style echoes.  The power of the coherent, entangled class of connection is mostly the result of energy that is directed within aether filaments and which possess sufficient bunching to effect complete cycles of echoes.

How could a hologram of the quantum variety be recorded?  I envision a nearly perfect sphere of graphene mesh might be what could be used, or a dome of the same material, as it seemingly would record the fullest impression of the full interference map of quantum percolations.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Only Quantum Objects may use the Quantum Road

So-called quantum entanglement is confined to quantum objects such as photons, electrons, atoms, and molecules. Automobiles are not entangled with other automobiles, but atoms are entangled with atoms, photons with photons, and photons with atoms. You get the picture. So, we can say that so-called “quantum” entanglement is an atom-to-atom connection, or photon-to-photon connection, or a quantum object to quantum object connection. Why is this the case?

It’s the case that quantum objects take the quantum road. Obviously, that road is too small for the entire automobile as a single connection. The world of quantum acts completely differently than the world of automobiles. The quantum world is of the infinitesimal realm of things. So the quantum road, naturally, is also of the infinitesimal realm or things. This is exceedingly obvious by observing the way quantum entanglement works. They call it quantum entanglement, but I call it various things such as aether entanglement or aether crystal entanglement.

I call the phenomenon of “spooky action at a distance” by those terms, because the quantum road is defined by crystallographic terms, and the nanotech world operates at the level of crystallography.  The science of nanotechnology indicates a world that operates very differently than the observed human scale world.  The properties of nanoparticles are so much different than the properties of aggregate molecules such that an entirely different mode of thinking is required.  The different properties of nanoparticles, which operate in the quantum realm, enable strange things such as supra-magnetism and superconductance.  Those strange properties also enable the so-called quantum entanglement echoes.

Yes, I call them echoes, while physics in general calls them nothing – simply preferring to ignore them excepting for what they have formulated as a resultant “wave function.”  The wave function is nebulous, and requires statistical magic to make it work (once in a while).  This is because it is incorrectly defined as only a wave, and not as the composite energy flux that in the nano/crystal/quantum world is the default.

Entanglement, regardless of how you view it, must be admitted to the crystallographic realm.  All known means of generating entangled quantum objects at less than radioactive energy levels rely on crystals.   Not only that, but in every case, these crystals are very special crystals, having a property known as bifringence.  This bifringent property means that the “echo signal” that carries quantum entanglement can take multiple paths (and not necessarily ONLY the unbending straight line that is assumed by experiment).

Typically, the crystals used are beta barium borate, silicon nitride, diamond, or graphene.  Now, readers of my blog have grown accustomed to my words describing aether as a lyotropic crystal.  Not all crystals are human scale and shiny like a diamond.  Some are nanoscale, and possess energy that can travel the quantum road.  The quantum road is self assembling, self aligning, and self propagating lyotropic aether.  Energy provides the motive force for the assembly.  

When energy is large, the bifringence of the aether becomes very apparent.  A lightening strike can etch a fractal design onto a flat surface that it hits.  This is evidence of an underlying structure of the universe that is bifringent.  I say the aether is, in addition to the other things I’ve just mentioned, bifringent.  Hence, it IS the quantum road.

The Universe has a Crystalline Nature

The Universe has a Crystalline Nature

In the macro human-scale world we work with what our eyes can see, and with what the devices we build can do to augment what we see. Our eyes are a 43 millimeter focal length equivalent, with a 118 degree field of view. We tend to see the person at the party, and not the tiny mole on her shoulder. We take pictures of birthday parties, but usually not the drip of wax on the candle. For the most part, we ignore the small stuff in life.

So it is with energy observation. We observe the electrical charge built-up by the vortex motion of zillions of aether dipole moments, but not a singular moment of any corpuscle of the aether. It’s too small for either our eyes or our equipment.

So, how does the aforegoing make a depiction of the universe as being defined by crystallography? The answer is, damned near everything is a crystal. The periodic table has atomic number and mass and such, but it also has a crystallographic annotation as well. When atoms combine singly or with other types of atoms in order to form molecules, a type of structure is formed by the alignments of the dipole moments of those interacting atoms and molecules.  This structure is colloquially defined as “crystal” structure, even when its irregularity does not present as a shiny diamond or crystal of ice.  Generically, everything is a crystal under some circumstance of temperature and pressure, including water.

But, we see crystals at the macro level of the human scale.  We see a crystal only when  billions of them have accumulated, such that our 43mm eyes can resolve them to images in our brains.  With very, very rare, expensive, and intense equipment, built only recently by humans, we may see a fuzzy outline of an atom.  But, atoms do not make the smallest crystal.  The aether makes the smallest crystal.  That recently developed equipment, stored under guard in switzerland, is not able to resolve the dipole moments of the aether’s lyotropic crystal.

Like water, the lyotropic aether is not always regularly-crystalized.  It is at one time amorphous, and at another time structured, like water is at one time amorphous (liquid), and at other times structured (ice).  What causes the transition from water to ice is the subtraction of energy.  What causes the transition to regular-crystal structure in the aether is the addition of energy.  It is in some ways backwards from matter interaction.  It is the compliment.  The action of lyotopic aether carries the attribute of self-assembly, self alignment, and self propagation.  In this way is is somewhat like a particular form of matter, the liquid crystal of the LCD display.

 

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Aether Percolation is Longitudinal, with a Twist

I have been covering the magic angle of superconducting and entanglement generating gr@phene in the past few posts. The magic angle, which is 1.1 degrees, is the same for superconduction as it is for entanglement generation. This puts the two phenomenon (entanglement and superconduction) on par with one another, meaning that both are classically driven mechanisms. If superconduction can be described classically, then by virtue of the common magic angle, so too can entanglement be described classically.

There is a pun in the title.

For whatever reason, aether percolation requires a 1.1 degree entry angle. The dipole moments of the originating crystal must be directing the flow of energy, but that direction (for whatever reason) needs to be biased with a slightly non-linear flow in order to induce self assembly and propagation in lyotropic aether. So, the energy becomes a tight spiral or “vortex” of percolating moments of energy-momentum in the aether.  The natural mode of this vortex is in longitudinal moments of energy, but these longitudinal moments are induced to have a very slight boucing action inside of the waveguide of the originating crystal lattice, and subsequently of the lyotropic aether.  

It is the idea of aether-scale/ atomic scale percolation that is responsible for the seeming invisibility of the energy forces that connect entangled objects.  Most lab measurement devices depend on the “human scale” macro world measurement schemes of charge, voltage, current, and such, which require a build-up of many energy moments in order to be detected at all.  The tiny circuit flows of lyotropic aether traces or filaments are undetected by lab devices built to measure built-up charges and transverse waves.

The transverse waves we normally detect with conventional equipment are directed by the waveguide of the larger cross-section of bunched filaments in the aether, as compared to a single filament, due to the well-known pinch effect and the tendency for bunching to occur within many closely-packed traces of percolating energy.  Inner vortexes tend to pull outer ones along, until a (human scale) tranverse wave can be guided by the composite alignments.  Most of the energy is tranferred by the secondary wave (the transverse wave) because the magic angle restricts the direct-flow energy to a few moments (we may call them “photons”) that are in alignment with the crystal – while the balance of the energy is transferred via the waveguide effect and the resulting transverse form. The waveguide mechanism is refraction, which creates a so-called discontinuity in the aether, and supports the transverse flow of energy. This discontinuity is directly analogous to the discontinuity that exists at the ends of resonant antennas.

Note that the base mode for propagation in the outer-band refracted transverse wave is also longitudinal, consisting of many refracted slow-c (amorphous-like) filaments whose energy is in the form of native longitudinal force. It is the larger waveguide of the composite, rather than the singular waveguide of the aether trace, that guides the transverse wave.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Spring is very Close

The local trees are already blossoming, showing us that spring has come to us a little earlier than usual (it’s March 5’th). Normally we see them in mid March, but the early blossoms this year are good for battered souls. We’re all a little battered, I suppose, but nature gives us a reminder of how relentlessly it renews itself, and prompts us to look for the brighter colors in our lives.

More color of nature: https://stormofphotons.smugmug.com

Superconductivity: proof that entanglement is classical.

A bilayer configuration of graphene gives rise to superconductivity. The two layers must be offset by the now known magic angle of 1.1 degrees. This is interesting, because it’s been known for a while that the same magic angle of 1.1 degrees is what enables a hexagonal crystal such as graphene or silicon nitride or beta barium borate to generate entangled “photons.” The superconductivity magic angle is the same as the “magic angle” used in an entanglement generator made of hexagonal crystal.

The pathway for the superconductor is 90 degrees off of the path for the so-called quantum entanglement (What we now call lyotropic aether entanglement). So, a superconductor is by default an entanglement generator. This really says that the entanglement is as much linked to the classical electromagnetic field components as it could be. It’s intrinsic, and it’s classical, just as normal electromagnetic fields are classical.

It might also be inferred that the entanglement force is coincident with the magnetic field. Hence, magnets might themselves be “entanglement generators” …

The Earth has always had Skynet

A form of “skynet” has existed on planet earth since it was formed billions of years ago, and its geomagnetic shield enveloped it. It didn’t support the terminator’s bot army, of course, but it was there.

A rock lying in the Mojave desert could occasionally, with randomness, give a little shake to an atom in a similar rock lying on the banks of the Mississippi. The reason for this is, of course, the phenomenon of so-called “quantum” entanglement. It’s a classical, natural, echo phenomenon that has been part of the structure of the universe since the big bang.

Normally, the ambient interference of the trillions of atoms in and around the Majave rock would preclude any “ghostly” connections to its friend in Mississippi, but once in a blue moon (we’re talking about the moon after its break-away from the earth of course) – a lyotropic aether filament trace might form amidst all the interference, using the reflection of the magnetosphere to complete the “echo” communication.

Rocks communicating? It’s a bit of an odd concept, but an echo of the lyotropic aether variety does communicate information. The Majave rock’s lucky atom shakes, and the Mississippi rock feels it and congratulates its friend in the hot desert.  The term “echo” is a bit of a misnomer too, since the echo traverses a spiraling crystal percolation to effect a pre-tensed Wilberforce pendulum effect, such that “reflex” is probably a more apropos term.

So, surrounding the earth is a dense matrix of lyotropic aether filaments, bouncing up and down between the earth’s “lucky” atoms and counterparts somewhere, perhaps far away. These crystal percolations sometimes connect with other filaments in this matrix, such that yet another rock in Brussels joins in the shaky gossip session.  I just shook a really good one, a rock proclaims, while the Brussels rock responds, “Your shake is 180 degrees off, but I read you loud and clear.”  Of course the rocks are not conscious, they’re simply vibrating in unison, thanks to the “echo.”  All atoms vibrate, but entangled ones vibrate in synchronization.

The magetosphere underlies the ionosphere, of course, and the latter is what is responsible for shortwave radio.  Normally a shortwave signal would go only as far as the horizon, or a little more, since the wave does not usually bend in free space.  But, the ionosphere allows for a refraction of both the entangle-able (primary) wave, and the order of magnitude larger transverse wave back down to earth, such that we can hear the Taiwan radio station’s signal via series of so-called ionospheric skip (hops).

A bessel vortex laser beam can do what nature never could: that is to consistently evade the natural interference of trillions of atoms and related random percolating energies, to “force” entanglement over long distances. Thus, while “skynet” has existed for billions of years on earth, only now has man devised a way to make it work consistently and reliably, rather than inconsistently and randomly.  What will man do with this new power?

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Crystallography of Entanglement

Entanglement is a matter of the crystallography of nature, first of a crystal mass, and subsequently of the lyotropic aether. It is a percolating echo. Entanglement is defined by crystallography – within the crystal and across the far reaches of the universe. The mechanism is nearly identical in both cases. This is easy to see in retrospect. Entanglement is a rotationally percolating lytropic aether echo, but may also be much like the Wilburforce pendulum in its action. The longitudinal drives the transverse.

The reason that so-called quantum entanglement typically has sub-millisecond decoherence decay curves is because it is an echo. Echoes die quickly, but can carry bits of information back and forth. A contiguous data stream can be obtained simply by supplying more echoes.

Hexagonal crystals sourced with voltage at specific points in the lattice structure produce rotational percolations that naturally push self assembly of re-traceable filaments or traces within lyotropic aether: all classical, all simple geometry. Entanglement follows a self assembling wave guide. Gradient or boundary conditions in mediums, coupled with phase shifts caused by the discontinuities therein, create refractions that describe entangled energy percolations that transfer thru substances, when said conditions represent favorable crystallographic parameters.

Very simply, so-called quantum entanglement is an echo. Since it reverberates more than once typically, it can transfer information in both directions. The short span to decoherence is rectified by repetition and achieves continuous bi-directional data stream propagation. Entanglement wave guides are formed much in the same way as within liquid crystal. We can consider the aether to be like liquid crystal. It can be amorphous, and then it can be structured. We call it lyotropic aether. Entanglement follows a self assembling wave guide through lyotropic aether.

At the tiny, infinitesimally scaled level of the lyotropic aether, point-to-point crystal percolations occur as a disjointed spiral. This induces a group rotation of traces/filaments, because of the tendency of inner ones to engage outer ones: a modified bunching effect. This bunching contributes to a larger than aether-scale rotation of the whole. On the receiving end of entangled echo connections, rotation can be transduced via mesh of graphene or other hexagonal crystal, as the spiraling group percolation induces a rotating signal in the mesh.

So, certain hexagonal meshes can act both as entangled percolation echo endpoints, and as interferometers to “pick” signals from the echo. My reference to the “echo” of entanglement may be a bit simplistic. More likely, it’s really an echo of rotating percolations that act a bit like a Wilburforce pendulum. This explains the echo’s ability to affect the spin of atoms and photons.  So the term “echo” is meant to imply a reciprocating transfer of energy, but not necessarily is it meant to imply a direct analog comparison to bouncing balls or canyon echos.

Due to VL >> VT, any transverse waves we measure are only indirectly related to the primary force of the light that built the energy highway and underlies the entanglement action, because power is likely carried by the transverse force.  The primary conduit is built quickly, while the power of the more voluminous amorphous/refracted light comes along much more slowly.

The outer bands of the group percolation create an outer structure for the refraction of all portions of the source energy that are not committed to perfectly longitudinal spiral percolations. These “amorphous” bits of energy are guided into slow transverse waves. The spiraling longitudinal percolation traces have short paths as compared to the transverse slow waves. Echos transfer quickly to the ends of the “Wilburforce pendulum”. Perhaps there is a Young’s modulus enhancement due to the maintained stress of the spirals, acting as whole.  Young’s modulus may be different for a retraceable aether filament (trace) than it is for amorphous aether, increasing the ratio of Vl/Vt.  This latter observation is possible only if you throw away the conventional electrical abstractions (at least for a moment) – in order to see the underlying (mechanical) mechanism.

Hexagonal meshes can represent bi-directional signal transduction systems IMO. They can act as both end-point echo reflectors and interferometers doing signal impression and induction, bidirectionally.

Twisted light lasers and entanglement beams have much in common. Both devices interface with the aether, creating rotating filaments for longitudinal crystal percolations. In the case of entanglement, echoes are created. In the case of twisted light, mass transit paths are created.

What determines the likelihood of beam-entangling a remote object? Entanglement density. In olden days, a bessel vortex laser beam was fed with entangled photons from BBO crystal. Entanglement density was low because BBO is inefficient. Graphene can replace BBO and amplify the density by 1000x.

So called quantum entanglement is just an extension of the CRET forces of chemistry. Entanglement is all about the forces described by crystallography. It is a crystallographic-ally described phenomenon. So-called quantum foam is the aether (academics cannot admit). So called quantum entanglement is an echo, which starts at the exit-edge of crystal’s structure, borne of a combination (within a single ray or percolation trace) of slow and fast waves, repulsing exactly at the exit-edge in order to form an entanglement reverberation.

Say after me: nature’s mode is longitudinal. The action of an LCD (liquid crystal) is borne of dipole-interaction dependent structure. All the energy in the universe uses this mechanism as pathway. Honeycombs are king. Entanglement force is the primary force of light, and consists of longitudinal percolations along retrace-able filaments of lyotropic aether. A bunching of these filaments via the pinch principle produces the vortex forces of magnetism.

Nature’s mode is longitudinal. Ocean waves seem transverse, but are produced only as a secondary after-effect of 100% longitudinal forces (wind and water). Light “waves” are the same sort of thing … The longitudinal percolation of energy thru hexagonal crystal will usually generate a rotation, and this rotation will affect other neighbor filaments to produce a “rope” of filaments that effect a vortex. This explains magnetism.

Entangled connections with infrared light can be initiated with as little as 1/10 nanometer lengths of crystal. Given that infrared light has a 1 micron wavelength, it cannot be transverse waves that cause entanglement. It MUST be longitudinal percolations of point source rays! To get an entangled connection going, you minimize the t-wave interference. This can be done by confining percolating energy to a sufficiently long hexagonal crystal structure, or using static magnetic fields, or a type of interference reduction beam (e.g. vortex bessel beam).

In the “wild” – entanglement doesn’t usually get started because of interference. The interference destroys the proper lyotropic phases needed for entanglement. Within crystals, connections can be made, this due to VL>>VT, which avoids interference for some time til decoherence. Longitudinal percolations through so-called quantum foam (newspeak for aether) – are faster than C due to both travel-path and young’s modulus by at least 1,000x. It “seems” instantaneous and so leads many to perdition. QE rides on nature’s real mode. T-waves are refracted …

FRET and CRET forces say it all. The dipole moment percolations of atomic structures are the drivers for energy moment transfer. This extends beyond the medium boundaries of atomic shells, and to the lyotropic aether. Nature’s mode is torsional and longitudinal percolation. Entanglement is a reverberation of echoes of mostly longitudinal percolations thru the lyotropic non-amorphous state of aether. the FRET force of dipole interactions is incoherent, but the CRET force of dipole interactions is entanglement force.

The longitudinal mode is the base mode of nature. Everything else is a percolation or refraction that looks like a transverse wave, while the percolation itself is not. Sonar and radar could facilitate “echo communications” if the echos persisted. Radar works via a one-time echo. Entanglement works via a longer lasting echo, which communicates until so-called decoherence (the echo dies). Imagine the Newton’s cradle toy, where the swinging ball has a magnitude and direction, and imparts that magnitude to the other side of the cradle, in the effect of an echo. Communication has at that point taken place via an echo.

Echoes can facilitate communication. Two entangled atoms can communicate via echoes, where the magnitude of the echo imparts the communicated data, rather than the frequency. The magnitude is important, even tho the phenomenon is not scalar. All communication is the transfer of vibrations from one atom or photon to another (remote) one. We live at a “big” human scale and need equipment (e.g. radio gear) to play with these vibrations. The atoms themselves can communicate w/o any such equipment, over great distances.

Entanglement is a reverberation of echoes. Echoes can cause information sharing between points of reflection (such as between two canyon walls, or two atoms).

Tesla was right. In nature, there is no transverse mode. What we see as “transverse” is shaping by refractive discontinuities … making large light wavelengths (e.g. 500 nm or 1 um) and small percolations such as in a crystal. Nature’s mode is longitudinal. The longitudinal mode is the base mode of nature. Transverse modes (crystal percolation modes and refractive discontinuity modes) are waveguide formations that include the base mode for effective transfer of moments, but “look” transverse due to the refraction of the waveguide.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Entanglement is an Echo

Entanglement is a reverberation of echoes, plain and simple. It’s easy classical physics. The FTL reverberation happens so quickly due to mostly longitudinal (but not scalar) energy moments that are aether-crystal-node scaled. They echo so quickly such that it seems instantaneous. Did I mention that entanglement is an echo? Imagine two loose rocks, each one on opposite sides of a canyon. Someone yells, and an echo starts, bouncing back and forth. One rock can modify the other’s fate, and cause either rock to fall. With atoms, it is less subtle.

Most methods to create entangled “quantum particles” involve crystals. Those crystals are usually barium borate(BBO), silicon nitride, or graphene. They are ALL hexagonal crystals. Such crystals “match” the aether, bootstrapping liquid-crystal-like traces for entanglement echos. Entanglement is an echo of mostly longitudinal percolations of energy moments along hexagonal crystal vertices. The echo is FTL, and the maximum reverberation of the echo is defined by Young’s modulus. Transverse waves are caused by refractive discontinuities and are secondary.

In presence of energy, the aether acts like a liquid crystal at atomic scale granularity. Individual point source moments are mostly longitudinal “rays” while the transverse wave is caused by the collective refraction gradient made by the “ray” traces propagated by self assembly. By “collective,” I mean the collective of all point source “rays” that make up the total of the initial primary energy moments, and their collective refractive discontinuities.

Did I mention that entanglement is an echo? It’s neither “official quantum mechanics” nor is it entanglement, really, but that’s what they’ve called it for a hundred years. When in Rome …

Of course transverse waves are secondary! How could a 1/10 nano-meter atom completely absorb a 1 micron transverse energy wave? That wavelength is 10,000 times bigger than a typical atom, and cannot be absorbed sensibly. Primary energy has longitudinal/torsional point source geometries.

First comes the primary percolation of energy moments thru a hexagonal crystal, via vertices (six per hexagonal crystal cell). These are effectively crystal “waveguides” with tiny transverse geometries, allowing for the longitudinal direction of moment transfer through them. Collective refraction follows, generating the much larger transverse wave.

Would we call the point source energy moment propagation through the crystal a transverse or a longitudinal propagation? Likely it is both. At amorphous aether granule scales it is likely longitudinal, but at the aether crystal and atomic crystal geometry scales it is likely to be partially transverse. The longitudinal moment transfer is necessary for the crystal structure to self assemble and self-organize into a trace for an entanglement echo. But, the lattice percolation is likely partially transverse (on the very tiny scale of the crystal lattice, and even smaller scale of aether crystal). Both scales are dwarfed by the size of the secondary transverse wave that is subsequently generated via the refractive discontinuity of all point source ray moments combined. It seems that it needs to be that way, else we’d have the cart before the horse. A “waveguide” is needed for transverse oscillation, but the waveguide doesn’t exist unless there is a longitudinal moment to construct it.

The longitudinal mode is the base mode of nature. The transverse modes (both crystal percolation transfer mode and refractive discontinuity transfer mode ( human scale i.e., blue,green, 530nm, etc) – are a sort of waveguide “formation” that includes the base mode as the effective moment transfer, but “looks” transverse due to the refraction of the waveguide.

The corners of the crystal’s vertices will engender their own internal-gradients – and these will tend to make the internal facets of the waveguides to be rounded, and facilitate torsional (angular) momentum. Refraction within the waveguide will tend to centralize the propagation, lowering the transverse component.

This is a step back from my earlier longitudinal moment transfer opinions. But – I think now that it is not an either/or but instead it is “all of the above” sort of answer. Different definitions apply depending upon which scale is in play: aether crystal percolation, atomic crystal percolation, or human scale measurement.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Entanglement Force

The average person has no idea what is meant by the term quantum entanglement. Neither do the physicists. Some admit that truth, while others cover the lack of knowledge with mathematical abstractions they put under the rubric of non-locality. Entanglement is a mysterious force that keeps two photons, atoms, or molecules in “sync” even when they are separated by immense distances, and this synchronization is almost instantaneous. This means the force behind entanglement is FTL (faster than light). I think I have logically determined the nature of the entanglement force. I think that there are others in this world, who are in positions of technological power, and who know of and follow the same kind of logic I have constructed here. They keep the secret of entanglement to sustain the power that entanglement conveys upon the keepers of its keys.

My logic says that entanglement is nothing more than a part of the intrinsic nature of light. It’s built into the energy of light, which contains the dual natures of point-source and of secondary transverse energy force. In that distinction, entanglement is an echo effect. It is a reverberation of echoes that is more like sonar or radar than anything else, and naturally dies out after a time, like any echo. Entanglement is an echo. Recently I posted a more in-depth look at my theory, which so far as I know has not been proffered by any other person, expert or amateur. Technically I fit into the latter category.

Here is the article I posted:

ENTANGLEMENT FORCE

With the term “entanglement force” – I am implying a mostly longitudinal force with a torsional attribute working at the scale of the granularity of the aether. This force is the primary force of light, and is point-source in nature. I.E, it emanates from individual atoms at the level of the granularity of the aether. The secondary transverse wave, largely overreaching the geometries of the aether itself, and dwarfing the size of atoms, is produced by the refractive discontinuity of the primary force through the aether.

Refractive discontinuities are produced as the result of an aether structure predisposed to the hexagonal crystal form, making the aether akin to a liquid crystal with self aligning and self organizing paths produced by the mostly longitudinal forces emanated from mass.

A real liquid crystal works by the alignment of its dipole moments – and in the case of the hexagonal prism, it forms six vertices which are aligned by the most favorable energetic interactions of those dipoles. Thus, the “chemistry” of the aether is like the chemistry of everything else, excepting that it interacts only with energy. Thusly it is hidden from the current technologies of detection.

In the corners of these vertices are gradients of aether scale perturbances. These gradients allow for the refractive tunneling of mostly longitudinal and torsional primary light force. A small amount of transverse energy exists in the point-source ray traversing the aether crystal, but is confined to the tiny aether granule geometries, making the point-source rays much more longitudinal than transverse, in the same way that the secondary transverse wave (large in comparison) is mostly transverse, and slightly longitudinal. There are not purely longitudinal nor are there purely transverse waves of momentum transfer in the aether.

The aether is normally amorphous, and does not transmit entanglement force via self alignment of aether structure. Just as in the case of real liquid crystal, there is a threshold below which the longitudinal waves act incoherently. Thus, there may be both coherent and incoherent transfer of light. Entanglement force is primary light force, but exists as entanglement force only when the conditions exists for self-organized propagation. Interference prevents the contiguous alignment of the crystal growth, from end to end. A low interference environment is needed to construct the path, or alternately a very strong point source array is needed to construct it. Simultaneously projected point source arrays gain parallelism with strength, and thus lower interference. Thus, the FRET force of dipole interactions is incoherent, but the CRET force of dipole interactions is entanglement force.

It is known that amplifying point-source energy in the near environment of dipole interactions tends to change behavior from FRET to CRET. This seems very logical, given the explanations I have constructed so far, to arrive at this point. The longitudinally effective speed of light (which is really a transfer as opposed to a flight) – is much higher than the transverse one. Thus, the accepted speed of light is reduced by the artificially long transverse path it takes as a secondary response wave. At the scale of the aether, this difference is more exaggerated still, and relates to an effective speed that makes for almost instantaneous traversal of entangled pathways by primary light when it is propagated via self-aligning crystal effects.

This force is the primary light force – moments of momentum shifting though the aether structure that underlies all things. It seems unlikely to be otherwise.

Observation of CRET effects, (coherent resonant energy transfer) – seems to be an obvious result of some form of “entanglement force” acting along the axis of the atom-atom vertices of the crystal(s). This force is the primary light force – moments of momentum moving within the aether structure that underlies all things. It seems unlikely to be otherwise.

What is the difference between the entangled pathway and the pathway that produces incoherent transfer? The answer lies in the relative phase of the respective crystal aether medium pathways – and whether or not they connect on both ends. The persistence of the entanglement path is only possible when there is self alignment. The persistent channel allows for the entanglement ping-pong: nothing more than an echo. When the echo dies out, we say it has decohered.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

I Have Walked Thousands of Miles

I have walked a thousand miles, and then two thousand, and then three thousand miles. It seems like a lot, but the miles add up if you have a daily or semi-daily walking habit. When I’ve walked, it’s always been between two and six miles, with four miles probably being the average. In a year, that’d already be well over a thousand miles. The other day, my wife noticed the slant of my shoe heels. I usually don’t look at myself from behind, so I wasn’t aware of it. I’ve always had a shuffle-walk, and I guess I still do, based on the photos. I haven’t turned up lame, so I guess it’s not a very serious thing. Yet, maybe I should try to balance myself better so as to go more lightly on the heels of my shoes.

The shoes in the pic have about 1500 miles on them, and are about three years old. I don’t wear them on every walk I take. I have some other shoes (but I suppose I should check the heels on those, eh?) The uppers are almost perfect, which is probably why I didn’t notice anything wrong, and kept wearing them. They’re a wool blend. I’ve never had such good-wearing shoes. Normally, the uppers look tawdry long before the heels, but these wool shoes keep looking good (at least from the level of my eyes looking down at them). And, as a bonus, they are warm in the winter. I guess Obama was known to wear wool shoes. I may not have agreed with all of his political views, but he had good taste in footwear.

Keep Spring Forever in Your Mind

With the ninety degree April 6’th heat, we may say that spring has arrived – at least in spirit. I think we all needed spring to come early this year, to offset the really bad winter that was forgettable and regrettable for ‘oh so much more than just the gray days and drab landscapes of forgone winters.

I’d been noticing the buds on the trees during my AM walks, and managed to take a few pics of them. I think the buds I’ve photographed are of the Crepe Myrtle tree variety, but never was a horticulturalist. I just thought they were pretty, and a nice introduction to spring in 2021. Hooray I say, spring is here, I say.

Over the winter the body did its usual disintegration routine, so with the arrival of spring my walks will be more frequent, and maybe I’ll get back to a normal walking rhythm by June or July. I’ll just double up on my hummus. It’s the food of spring, sort of. It has some of the ingredients for a body’s spring renewal (now, I’m not a trained doctor any more than a horticulturist, so this is uneducated opinion).

Apparently, hummus is one of the only foods that you can eat (outside of snail innards IIRC) – that contains all three of the precursor organics needed by your DNA to renew those cells of your new spring body. Well, people have said so much as that in the past, and the FDA made them stop. The proponents of the hyperbole called hummus’s most important ingredient: (tahini) – by the name of vitamin T, and gave to it great powers. Apparently the FDA disagreed that it should be called a vitamin. Great powers or not, I’m counting on that hummus and some more spring fresh air to start the 2021 out-of-doors season that I hope will truly be a renewal.

Quantum Immortality vs the Aether

For some time, a (popular) physics meme found in related books is the concept of quantum immortality.   While spooky ideas emerging from the mist of a quantum mechanics view of the universe may give hope to some that they may achieve immortality simply by applying a few quantum magic tricks,  the reality to an aetherist (moi) – is in the revelation that it is only a magic trick; an illusion.

The mystical quality of so-called spooky action at a distance, translated to the aetherist’s (not atheist’s) point of view, becomes an example of a simple mechanical classical action of physics reality; a phenomenon capable of keeping two things in synchronization via a simple ping-pong reflex in a communication medium.  The immortality potential evaporates in this latter view of the universe.

The ping-pong communications medium is the aether, and the specific nature of the entanglement connection is longitudinal and (perhaps) torsional at the scale of the aether’s granularity as it is applied to the longitudinal momentum, but not to transverse waves.  The signal detection equipment of our era has a tough time with longitudinal aether components, a fact that allows other-worldly conjectures to continue within the realm of the so-called quantum mechanics viewpoint of the world and of entanglement.

Consider the longitudinal component action of waves in water.  The sinusoidal surface waves follow a discontinuity in the medium, that being the air-to-water surface interface.  The sinusoidal waves occur exactly at that interface.  All the while, below the surface, the longitudinal forces are undetected. Wind effects a similar longitudinal force upon the surface of the water, but is on the other side of the interface from the forces of the depths. Both forces cause a sinusoidal action at the interface of the mediums of air and water. In the case of water waves, the action is modified by the effects of gravity, but the originating forces are still all longitudinal. Gravity effects only the secondary, derivative waves.  So it is a similar thing that happens with quantum aether entanglement.  The entanglement is the undetected longitudinal signal component of the depths.

A signal impacting the aether does not impact from the transverse direction.  How could it?  When you open the door to your house, do you push down on the top of the door, or do you push forward (longitudinally) on the door?

The longitudinal push on the aether creates a discontinuity in the aether – similarly to the way the longitudinal wave affects the ocean.  And, in similar fashion, sinusoidal waves form at the interface of the longitudinal push of force through the aether, generating its affect on the aether fabric, which is the discontinuity it produces.  The sinusoidal waves are a derivative of the longitudinal forces pushing the aether.

So, entanglement is classical and Newtonian like water, air, and earth.  It cannot provide immortality.  It probably takes God for that.   The immortality conjecture that was the favorite meme for quite a while – takes its basis from the idea of “oneness” that quantum mechanics interpretations applied to entangled states.  Those states are not one, they are two things connected, with their seeming “oneness” being only a slight of hand of nature, which is really a synchronizing connection we don’t yet have the technology to see.

So, in such an endeavor it’s not the synchronizing connections that you’d need to preserve – it is instead the aether endpoints that actually are the participants in the synchronization dance.  Those aether endpoints are in the body and soul of the creatures who hold them.  Reproducing those endpoints is possible, but results only in a copy. So, even this version of immortality is not any different than being cloned or having kids … not really “immortality” …

The ping-pong action of entanglement brings to mind the idea of balls of energy, ping-ponging.    However; the real action may be more representative of a Wilburforce pendulum, having a coil formed by a continuous sort of dynamo effect that is the result of the basic structure of the underlying aether.  Twisting dynamo effects that follow the structure of the aether in response to longitudinal energy may still propagate the “ping-pong” of a single photon’s energy, but in the way of a solid solenoid core rather than an amorphous bit of energy.

What is seen as sinusoidal transverse energy appearing at endpoints has been previously transformed from the longitudinal, on-the-fly, by the torsional tendencies given to energy transferred through the aether, the structure of which must support vortex formation prodigiously.  (The YT channel fractal-lady refers to similar transformations as being a result of “aether circulation” effects. Note she is not affiliated with this site, and probably disagrees with my take on the aether (but I don’t know for sure)). Scientists know that wireless energy transfer has huge losses.  No wireless electrical power transfer device has ever exceeded 45 percent efficiency, and that may very well be due to half of the total power remaining unavailable because of its longitudinal/torsional nature, combined with the limited technology that is unable to harvest it.  It is said that 73 percent of the universe’s energy is “missing” – but that conclusion may have happened because the mode of the energy that’s missing is not detectable with our current level of technology.

RF energy in antennas has been found to have something called the “skin effect.”  The energy transfer in the antenna is almost exclusively confined to the outer molecular layers of the conductors.  The outer molecular layers of those conductors are close to the interface between the conductor mass and the aether.  Again, it is a discontinuity that provides for a transformation of energy, only part of which we actually see.  The discontinuity between a metallic mass and the aether is much more abrupt than the one between a moment of energy and the aether.  This abruptness causes the skin waves to be created much more efficiently, and so conduction thru metallic mass has high efficiency in the modes we can observe.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Psychic Dogs, Twin Dogs

We brought Hutch and his brother home against the admonitions of most veterinarians.   Hutch and Star were male littermates.  Males who are brothers and of the same litter rarely get along very well.  Usually they want to fight with each other excessively, and the admonition was given to avoid adopting them altogether.

We ignored the advice, and worked through the first few months of sparring activity that was done to establish the dominance of one over the other.  Finally, after both agreed that Hutch would be the beta dog, and his brother would be the alpha, all was fine.  Once they found they could get along, they were an impressive duo.  With both over a hundred pounds (Hutch at one point 126 lbs) – they were as trophy horses, trotting against their bridles and their leashes, running the trails of North Carolina with their master in tow.   The bonds they developed between themselves, and with me, were awe inspiring.

Many years passed and Star became ill.  A cancer wrapped itself around his spine, cutting it off and paralysing him.  He lay on a hospital gurney, dying.  At home, my wife sat at the table, watching Hutch.  A phone call informed that his brother was going to be put to sleep.  At almost that exact time (really, about ten minutes later) – Hutch’s face appeared suddenly worried.  With big eyes he looked towards the pad where his brother usually slept.  Then he began to whimper.  Ten minutes would have been about the correct time, from call to injection.

Our big bear part-rottweiller / part german-shepherd Hutch did not take to whimpering easily.  He was no chiwauwahua.  But, he was a serously concerned dog. There have been anecdotal stories of human twins with similar experiences.  One twin “knows” when the other has died, or is in serious trouble.

It’s not true that dog littermates are much like human twins. In humans however; recent discoveries indicate that a little of what happens to twins, happens to everybody.  Twins have identical DNA, if they are identical.  Probably, fraternal twins have some identical portions of DNA, but some that is not.  And children, it is now suspected, take a little bit of identical DNA from their parents due to the simple fact of gestation.  I am not a doctor, so this is an uneducated opinion that derives from my mind’s ability to connect dots.  If I’ve connected them inappropriately, or made other inaccurate assessments, the reader has been forwarned.

At one time, it was thought that the body could not have two sets of DNA.  IIRC, this has been proven wrong.  In any case, perhaps it is not necessary for all of the DNA to be identical.  Perhaps it is enough for long sections of it to be matched with each other, without being entirely identical.  This would be the case (it seems to me) – for siblings that share a home during gestation.

A dog littermate, by the just described reasoning, would have some of his brother’s DNA, in exact form.   Psychic studies seem to imply (based on anecdotal data) – that identical twins are most likely to have these kind of psychic experiences, and fraternal twins are somewhat less likely to have them (by 5 to 1 ratio). There is little or no data on the incidence of psychic phenomenon between mother and child.

If you look at the Wiki page on Twin psychic phenomenon, you will find the scientist’s viewpoint on the matter.  It is simply that, due to the inverse square law, psychic phenomenon is impossible.  They insist that all twins episodes are simple coincidences.

To an aetherist (not atheist BTW), the scientist’s viewpoint has a fatal flaw.  While it’s true that “normal” transverse light, taken as a whole, is dependent upon the inverse square law, a single photon, taken as itself, that has mostly longitudinal momentum, and also has perfect incident angle, does not observe the inverse square law in the same way.  There would be a much less deletiorous effect.

With an acceptance of a universal aether (latin pronounciation of “ether”) comes the ability to avoid the disqualifying inverse square law restriction, and leave open the door to psychic phenomenon based on what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance”.

Scientists have recently discovered what they believe is a non-local interaction between strands (and sections of strands) of DNA.  This is effectively “spooky action at a distance” – but operated over tiny intervals of space. The interaction is dependent upon the exact structure of the DNA, and so one perhaps could make the guess that it would work between twins in the same way as it works inside of and between elements of their own DNA.

Food for thought …

RIP, my ole’ buddies.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Hard as Maple

The old saying is “Hard as H@#$!”  I now use the new, more accurate saying, according to me, which is Hard as Maple!

I recently decided I needed to repair one of the maple glass doors (shown in photo).  This was to be an easy task, simply to drill a couple holes in the maple (about an inch deep) with my ordinary electric drill motor.  The part that wrinkled my plans was the fact that I was drilling into the end-grain of the maple.

I first tried one of my old antique drill bits.  It came in a set of 40 year old Craftmen’s that I bought at an antique store some years ago.  I thought they were pretty sharp bits, given their age.  Unfortunately, ten minutes of hard drilling produced only about a quarter inch indent in the maple end-piece.  The bit was hot as hell!  Well, that’s another old saying.

So, I went to my toolbox and pulled out another bit.  This one was newer, purchased within the last couple years from a big box home improvement store.  I drilled and I drilled and I drilled.  In about five minutes, with quite a bit of smoke, I had my hole.  Maple end-grain is damned hard.  I wonder how it compares to steel?  There’s probably a reason they use it for the lanes of bowling alleys LOL.

Tunnels in the Aether

Any visualization of the structure of the aether that involves rigidness runs afoul of common sense (at least it does for me), because light can travel in any arbitrary direction as well as any other arbitrary direction.  This seems to imply an on-the-fly structurable aether.  Some may call it self-organizing.  I think these structures are bounded by aether discontinuities, which themselves are the result of energy moments transferred in the aether (in mostly a circular fashion).

On-the-fly aether structures may be formed by impedance aether discontinuities. Aether discontinuities are boundary conditions.  Seemingly, the transit of some form of energy moment in the aether must be cause for an aether-discontinuity style of self organization that creates tunnels in the aether.  Because aether discontinuities are able to reflect/refract energy moments, created tunnels may act as coaxial transit tubes for the transmission of light. The traversal of the transverse component of light could happen as either a transverse wave or as a portion of a helical wavefront, following the self-organizing path.

Aether (coaxial) tunnels may result from the ability of discontinuities to reflect moments of energy. Discontinuities in the aether could possibly support two modes of transfer: longitudinal and transverse/helical. One could think of these structures as light transmitting coaxial circuits.

The author of YT site Theoria (which is not related to this author/site) – has in the past mentioned the idea of light coaxial circuits.

So, what is the spearhead for the propagation of light?  What is it that initiates the self organization and the creation of the tunnel? My opinion on this matter is that it’s the longitudinal component that paves the way for everything else. The longitudinal energy self organizes the aether as it goes – as the moments of that energy are transfered through it.  The discontinuity provides a transverse or rotational/helical path for the transfer of energy moments. The ping-pong action of quantum aether entanglement then follows via the reflections of longitudinal compression-rarefaction actions in the medium.

It’s the entanglement part that interests me, more so than the propagation of light, proper.  The other stuff I study just because it’s in the road, and needs to be moved before other progress can be made.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Why Bessel Vortex Beams Entangle Things

The bessel vortex beam can facilitate entanglement between its own photons and other quantum objects, such as individual photons or the photons contained by atoms and molecules.  It’s an energy-to-matter or an energy-to-energy sort of interaction, depending upon whether the moments are transverse, longitudinal, torsional, or helical.  Helical energy implies both transverse and longitudinal component moments.

Entanglement is like a longitudinal impulse laser, lasing single “photon” moments of energy between two discontinuities in the aether. The transverse energy in the beam interacts easily with matter, the longitudinal energy in the beam interacts directly with other moments of energy via the aether discontinutities that those moments manifest.

As transverse components tend to interact highly or be absorbed, entanglement may depend on a combination of the longitudinal momentum and potentially the aether-scale torsional/helical features of longitudinal wavefronts.  Entanglement may be hidden simply because most detection schemes depend on the usual transverse mode interactions of (light) energy with matter.  IMO, entanglement is entirely a Newtonian, classical physics concept.

It’s odd to think of energy-to-energy interactions, but physics has long embraced the effect via the known behaviour of trapped entangled pairs of photons.  Obviously, in such cases, there is energy-to-energy interaction, but it is via the intermediary of matter or (more often) just of the aether by itself, and more suscinctly the aether discontinuities rendered by the energy in the aether.

Entanglement and forward propagation paths may be completely separate from one another

The energy-to-matter interaction is a facet of the surface area presented by a transverse wave.  A helical or torsional wavefront may impart interaction features to both the energy within the atom and the spin of the atom, separately. Such a wavefront would be associated with the primary point-source aether-scale longitudinal momentum, and not the transverse waves, which are secondary derivative waves.  The longitudinal pulse has diminished interaction with matter, due to its lower surface area presentation (point source).  However; it is needed to create the form factor of the helical wavefront, which then can affect the spin of an atom or of its photons.

While transverse energy is often absorbed, any longitudinal momentum, including (potentially) any superimposed aether-scale torsional energy, impinges on aether discontinuities, and may be fully or partially reflected.  Thus, those moments contribute to a ping-pong action of lengthy entanglement.  The path followed by the ping-pong moments of entanglement need not remain aligned with the original path (of transverse/longitudinal/helical energy), which itself may form an entirely different vector (by, for instance being reflected from a mirror).  After the originating photons have left the source, the entanglement and forward propagation paths may be completely different.

Creating entanglement seems often to involve squeezing photon moments into very confined spaces, such as the 1D lattice of a crystal, or the small aperture of a laser borne bessel vortex beam.  But why is this the case?

The hidden nature of entanglement may be due to the longitudinal + torsional/helical features of the wavefronts involved.

In the past I’ve tried to answer this question by thinking about what components make up the system of entanglement.  Recently, my thoughts were about the bessel vortex beam, and its system of components.  It dawned on me that it may not be so much what is in the system of components, but more about what is not.

Normally, a standard gaussian laser beam will have a good deal of what we might call self interference.  If the longitudinal impulse spouts the transverse one in a self-organizing path of a tubular discontinuity in the aether, then the secondary transverse wave represents a lot of self-interference for the longitudinal component.  The interference is in the form of the secondary transverse waves.

My “Tunnels in the Aether” post describes light conduits that are like coaxial cables in the aether. These are the standard light or laser light scenarios, which involve a large amount of self interference.

What does energy transfer in a crystal do that a bessel vortex beam probably also does?  It eliminates interference.  The helical wavefront of the BV laser beam spearheads a clearing of the aether region within it, such that it may facilitate a “coaxial” return path in its center.

Entanglement is not so much about what is there, but what is not there: interference.  So, any old laser beam (or for that matter, ceiling light) might entangle things with their rays, if it were not for the fact of interference.  Any construct that eliminates the interference will enable entanglement.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

A Single, Elemental Clay

The free will thing is the biggest question for humans, and the most oblique and cloudy to understand. Maybe this has to do with quantum threads that live teetering on the edge of chaos. Just as a pseudo random number generator falls short of randomness, so does the typical view of free will fall short of accommodating our perception of how much of that (free will) we really have.

So, the idea that random choices that are not really random just look like free will, is an idea that falls far short of really explaining how the human choices we make are freely made.  For now, the answer remains a secret.  but perhaps the supernatural plays a part.

We are awash in connections (those being between quantum objects), yet with increasing distance between those quantum-endpoints, the interaction with the most far-flung of those objects decreases, such that we are mostly affected by our immediate surroundings and our inner selves (where both or all quantum endpoints are “homed” within ourselves, and only a few are extended).

This is forutunate, or we’d be composite beings with no self identity.  If everything comes from the aether – even all the energy that is manifested as moving bumps within it, and if matter also is formulated as closed circular self-perpetuating bumps within that aether, then we can say for sure that the universe is made of a single elemental clay.  God’s clay.

Atomic Aether and the Aether Hurricane

I’ve spent quite a few posts pontificating about the larger scale machinations of the aether, and have written about various phenomenon that seemingly could be associated with it.  I’ve boiled the entire universe down to a universal elemental aether with ripples on it – ripples that we can, in an abstract sense, call energy.

But what of the atomic realm?  If the action of free energy in the aether is so simple to describe, then  the atoms that comprise matter must also follow a simple description.  We are moulding the universe of a single elemental material: the aether.

Everything turns.  Like the lyrics in the song from the sixties, everything turns.  Magnets have their vortex swirls, weather systems have their turning hurricanes, atoms have their orbiting electrons (though “orbit” is a debatable term). But you get the point.  There is a pattern in these swirls, and the aether must support them prodigiously.  When we look at magnetic force, we must be looking at a house that follows the aetheric foundations under it.

We have the aether perturbations/ripples/energy-abstractions of movement and momentum (some call this space), and we have everything else in the rest of the vast aether – all of the perturbanceless/rippleless parts of it (some call the latter counter space). What separates the two are aether discontinuities – changes in the medium’s properties that are boundary conditions of perturbances, and that reflect similarly to an impedance discontinuity.  The idea of moving ripples on the aether (in the case of both slow and fast light) – seem simple to understand as an abstraction for energy. But what of the atomic nature of matter? Can its parts also be moulded into the simple model?

What separates the two are aether discontinuities – changes in the medium’s properties that are boundary conditions of perturbances

I have the feeling that the aether underlies all of the universe.  What we perceive as energy moves (really it transfers) across the aether, but occasionally it gets closed off.  Perhaps there is some mechanism by which regions of the aether become closed off from the rest of the aether.  Perhaps a wall is created by circulating fast light, which here and there in the early universe was found in sufficient strengths to produce aether boundary conditions in the swirl – aether discontinuities (like the impedance discontinuities of electrical theory).  Perhaps these discontinuities are really what traps the energy inside of an atom.  Perhaps the electrons really do not orbit at all – and instead reflect from the boundary conditions of the closed-off regions of aether.

What could sustain the aether discontinuity?  When energy transits the aether, it produces a real-time discontinuity as it goes.  Could such a discontinuity be a semi-permanent thing in the case of energy that has been walled-off into a mass of matter?  Such a wall would need to be very dense and very efficient.  Let’s say the modulus of elasticity for the aether is such that fast light does not have infinite speed.  This seems reasonable, even though we have no proof for or against such a thing.  That means the elastic action of the aether takes time to happen.  That would also mean that the reverse process would take time to happen.  Would this idea support an almost infinitely strong and reflective wall for atomic containment?

And if it did provide such a thing, could it be used to contain fusion reactions?  The discontinuity wall need not hold back the whole of the energy of a nuclear weapon.  The fusion reaction of a single hydrogen atom produces only a trillion’th of a joule of released energy.  It’s the chain reaction that makes a nuclear weapon go boom in a big way.  Yes – it’s much more energy than the oxidation reaction of say – gasoline – but it’s not the whole warhead in a single atom – not even close.  It takes trillions of atoms in a chain reaction to effect Hiroshima-like damages.  Someone suggested that the fusing of a thousand hydrogen atoms would likely not be felt on the tip of your finger.

So, using discontinuities to hold a fusion reaction is seemingly something that is in feasible scale.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Packin the Pantry (for the Apocalypse)

Many of us are keeping the pantry better packed these days, due to the situations brought upon us in 2020.  I have been doing the same, but I have taken a little more scientific approach to the job this time – rather than what I may have done in the past.

The easiest thing to buy and store away is a can of food.  But, how efficient is a can of food in the pantry?  A little experiment will tell you the answer is “it all depends”.  For a long time I’ve been aware of the difference in what’s in one can of food versus what’s in another can of supposedly the same food.

Take beans, for example.  I’ve noticed for a long while that one can isn’t nearly what another might be, in terms of being full to the top with (actual beans).  So, I started looking at what’s in each can.  I don’t have a small scale, but I can eyeball stuff pretty well.  So, I started dumping cans of food into a strainer, and eyeballed the result each time.  Wow! What a difference.  It’s worse than I thought.

Some cans of beans had barely over half of what other cans of beans had.  Now, don’t take me wrong.  I like the sauce and the juice (and even a little water) with my beans.  But not when it’s almost half the can!

The moral seems to be to know which brands have the beans, so to speak.  Not unexpectedly, the cheap brands often have less solid food (but not always).  So, buying the cheap brand for 25% discount isn’t a good deal if it has only half the beans in it.  I’ve been packin-the-pantry accordingly, buying more bang-for-my-buck even though it’s not always the cheapest brand.

It’s not only canned goods.  Jars have the same problem.  Take applesauce as an example.  Some like it soupy, some like it thick and chunky.  I always buy the thick and chunky, cause I’m getting more actual apple.  And, you know, when that so-called apocalypse comes to town, we want to have more apple.  Just an opinion …

Note that the graphics are not intended to represent any particular brand, and my approach using the eyeball-the-seive measurement system may not be on-the-spot accurate.

God Whacked the Universe with His Mallet

So, which came first?  Was it the Energy or the Aether?  Anybody following my lines of thought over the past few months realizes that I’ve essentially boiled the universe down to two things: energy and the aether.  Everything is a mechanical derivation of the effects of energy against the aether fabric of the universe.

During the creation event, did God whack the aether with a giant hammer?  And if this is so – was the hammer blow so hard that all of the universe is still reverberating from it today?

If, like Tesla believed, the universal fabric of the aether is (almost) frictionless, then the reverbations would be very slow to die out.  Instead, the ripples in the aether would ping-pong around the universe, sometimes coalesced into the hard/fast light of matter, and sometimes as transient ripples.

The ripples are directed in two ways.  There are the efficient, point-to-point, low divergence longitudinal momentum shifts of fast light, and the omni-directional, less efficient, high divergence momentum shifts of slow light, operating at the meager speed of C.  But – in essence – it’s all bumps and ripples on the aether, which are reflections of the movement of the ripples themselves, which for the moments of its movements can be considered to be energy.  So, energy itself is an abstraction for this transfer across the aether, and below it all is yet another simplification: all is the aether.

All is the aether, different here and there only by the slight manifestations of its twists and turns.  I started with quantum mechanic’s myriad particles, and soon discarded those ideas.  I boiled the maple syrup of what I thought the ingredients really were, getting down to the soft tack stage of the aether, energy, and matter.  Additional hard syrup boiling produced only aether and energy, and finally at the molasses state we have pure aether.  God had a simple task.  He only needed a one ingredient universe, and then it was a simple thing (for him) to whack it with his giant mallet.  We still listen to the music from that event billions of year on …

After he whacked the aether with his hammer, His job was done.  No more energy needed ever be added to the universe, because its frictionless design loses none.  The conservation laws (of energy, of momentum) are a tribute to this ultra-efficient aether, one-ingredient universe.

The twists and turns of the constantly excited universal aether can be manifested in many ways.  It is able to segregate itself into partitions, to make atoms and molecules.  Perhaps, the atom’s parts are confined by the medium discontinuities of the twisting, pulsating aether.  So, there are walls in the aether, that go to explain the universal divisors that break it up into a perception of matter, of energy, and of myriad details associated with that.  Yet, at its core it is all bumps and ripples …

Is a one-ingredient universe such an outrageous idea?  Let’s take the example of concrete.  Let’s consider that it’s really one ingredient (even though we know it’s a few indgredients).  But, it’s moldable and malleable, and can make many things.  So it is with the aether.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Why Light Never Stands Still

There is the old saying that rust never sleeps.  Well, light never stops.  In the atomist’s viewpoint of the world, there is not really a pat answer for why light ceaselessly moves.  But, to an aetherist, it’s a simple thing to understand.  To the aetherist, all the universe is a 3D fabric of aether, with elastic movements within it.  These movements started with the big bang, and continue to this day.  All that ever happens is that the elastic bumps within the aether medium shift around from one place to another.  They are always conserved, and the total universe is always in equilibrium.

The movements of light in the aether are thumps on the structure of the aether, and once those momentum movements have been instigated by a shove on a granule of the aether (a “granule” is what J. Yee calls the smallest elemental piece of the aether fabric) – then there is a corresponding movement (really a momentum transfer) to the other side of the granule.  The movements are not continuous movements, but instead a bump-bump-bump type of transfer.

Light that doesn’t move, by definition, doesn’t exist

When two opposing bumps collide, there is a bigger deformation of a single granule, but all of the energy of that collision is released back onto adjacent granules, because the aether absorbs nothing in the collision that it does not immediately release in the same form.  It is perfectly elastic.  Such an elastic return of the condition of the mesh will happen unless the first bump is immediately followed by a second bump, so the bigger deformations that are seen are a kind of slight of hand.  The light keeps moving.

This is different than is the case with matter, where the collisions are not perfectly elastic.  Matter can keep its deformations, and matter can stop (at least relativistically).

The light (which is a bump/ which is energy/ which is momentum) never stops.  If light were ever to stop, it would not be elastically deforming the aether, and so the bump that is the representation of light would not any longer exist.  The light would disappear from the universe.  That doesn’t happen, because the energy (of the pseudo-movement of the transfer of momentum) is always conserved.  It just goes somewhere else, instead of disappearing.  This is because the aether itself absorbs no energy that is not immediately released again.

This happens because we have defined the light to be a bump on the aether.  But, we mean by that statement that light is a transfer within the aether.  It is a bump-bump-bump style of movement. It is momentum transfer.  So, by definition, we say that light is movement (in bits), and light that doesn’t move, by definition, doesn’t exist.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Creeping Perfectionism

Figure 1: A shot from the Pentax: far from perfect.

There is this thing I call the creep of perfectionism.  It stems from the fact that nothing is ever perfect, even though we may think it is, for a time.  I remember my first camera (a Kodak brownie borrowed from my mum).  It was pretty darned good, I thought.  Later, when I bought an Olympus OM film camera, it seemed vastly superior to the old brownie.  I thought the pictures were just perfect.  Well, later the digital cameras became available, and I purchased a digital Pentax.  I realized the Olympus film camera was less than perfect, but it took the retrospective of the Pentax to make me realize this fact.  So, it’s with hindsight that we continually must update our ideas about perfection, and we update continually because we never reach it.

So, I upgraded my kit to have a camera without the anti-alias filter (a Pentax K5 /iis), and a Sigma lens.   Yet, the results so far leave me still wanting for that sharpness factor.  I’m using the Sigma 18-250 mm lens in the shot shown in figure 1.  Click the picture to see it in full size.  Doesn’t the detail of the pic just lack something in terms of the sharpness factor?  Do I need a full frame camera to get what I want?  Is it the lens, the camera, or the picture taker that’s at fault?  I suspect it’s the latter.

I guess people are just as imperfect as cameras.

Aether Atomic Bubbles: Built with Angular Momentum?

 The past couple posts could be retitled to “The flopping fish, part one and part two” – because I’ve flopped around quite a bit in the descriptions I’ve put inside of them.  Normally, I can grab onto an idea and flesh it out with more strength and consistency (even if it’s a pretty wild idea), but building a spherical aether discontinuity within which to contain an atom’s contents have me flopping about on the beach.

To build a spherical shell of aether discontinuity, we envision a boundary surface area, agitated in some way by one or another type of energy.   Most ideas relative to “making the energy go round and round” are not very solid feeling.  But, another type of circular feature – angular momentum – already has a firm footing in the physics of optics and lasers.

The wavelength width of a laser beam is huge in comparison to an atom.  Wavelengths of transverse light for lasers are typically in the area of 500 nanometers, which abolutely dwarfs the size of an atom.  So, building a spherical aether discontinuity from an “angular momentum machine” seems right in one way – which is that the product fits inside the machine.

Laser borne bessel vortex beams may be the parts of such an atom producing machine.  Observing the output of such a laser apparatus shows what appear to be flying smoke rings, indicating that all sorts of angular and longitudinal momentums are twisted into the wavefront.

Why so much flopping around?  I once worked in a semiconductor wafer fab plant.  The theorists would come into the room, sit down, and run through the theory.  “Maybe this will fix your problem,” they might say.  But usually the maybe fix didn’t work.  Back in the day, semicon was a black art.  I wasn’t directly aligned with the physics of the job (mine was more about quality and computer programming) – but I did have a spot in the QA feedback loop that let me watch the black art fixes in action.

There was a lot of quantum in building chip wafers.  Now maybe I’d say, “There was a lot of aether.”

The black art fix was implemented by forming a brainstorm session which solicited any ideas that popped into our heads.  The whole group would do this, including myself.  The boss would say, “Anything that pops into your head, say it.”  No reservations.  No worries about it being stupid.  We covered blackboards in that fashion.

We always fixed the problem.

So it is with the aetherists.  I know it’s not an official term, but I think there are a bunch of us out there.  We have some pretty esoteric (crazy sounding) theories, but we like to splash them onto the board.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Aether Bubbles: The View from Within

Some of us remember the 500 word essay we wrote in grade school; the one we wrote for talking in class – and the one for which the insides of a ping-pong ball was the proscribed subject matter.

The task of building the entire universe out of one thing is about the same.

In our last 500 word essay, we wrote of bubbles in the aether, and of circularly driven hard (and probably fast) light energy, (note that hard light term comes from the Theoria YT channel and refers to extremely high energy “light”. He is not affiliated with this site, but I agree with some of his precepts. I have been describing a pretty esoteric view of the universe. Splitting energy into fast/hard and slow/soft light gives us some leeway with regard to building a molecular model out of aether (and nothing else).

If indeed the idea of light-speed particles orbiting anything (under normal conditions) is as absurd as it sounds, then the aether view of the bubble of an atom, with its aether discontinuity shell, may be an upgrade in the thoughts about the matter.  Having a two speed light, each speed with different interaction capabilities (i.e., with matter, with energy, with aether) – gives us some construction help in the building of atoms with internals like “electrons” and a “nucleus” and a bunch of “photons”.  Each may serve as an abstraction for bumps in the aether, some condensed and circular, some uncondensed and line-like.

We know the constants in the periodic table do work

We know the constants in the periodic table do work.  They work to build molecules of atoms in a very logical way.   But, the constants themselves can be derived in many theoretical ways.  There is more than one way to build a constant conceptually, and some other concepts may be wrong.  The current model is not necessarily correct, simply because it produces constants of the correct magnitude.  The vector may be wrong.

So, what about the insides of a ping-pong ball aether bubble?  It must have something that mimicks levels, or at least that is an intuitive thing to think.   There are a couple ways to conceive this, right off hand.  There are some other folks on the YT channels (FractalWoman comes to mind) – that subscribe to the idea of standing waves as “particles” and travelling waves as “energy”.  To a great extent, I think that is good reasoning in an aether-only restricted universe. We need to use every angle we can get our hands on.

The waves are reflected from the aether discontinuity shell.

But, standing waves are built from forward and reflected waves.  Note the latter term.  The reverse wave kinda has to be reflected from something.  This is where I step in.  The waves are reflected from the aether discontinuity shell.  Inside of the shell, the forward and reflected waves could create standing waves, and (as the YT lady says) – represent “electrons”.  How could energy transit the barrier of the aether shell discontinuity?  Hard/fast light and slow light have different interaction capabilities, as mentioned earlier.  One could interact, while the other did not.

OK, so we have an aether shell and some electrons.  Let’s put the nucleus aside for the moment.  How do we interact our ping-pong ball bubble with others, so as to create molecular compounds?

There is the subject of surface waves.  Our favorite YT lady has pontificated upon these in great extent.  These waves can produce (at the surface/interface of aether discontinuities) either attraction or dis-attraction (where the former is a type of low pressure mediation).   In that idea could be our molecule builder.

In Genesis it’s written that God moulded the universe.  How convenient it may be that the single ingredient of  the aether was His clay.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Atoms: Bubbles in the Aether?

Over the last few posts, I have been exploring new aspects within the scope of my nascent idea about a one ingredient universe.  Previously, efforts to imagine the universe in light of a universal aether medium were targeted towards finding the form and action of energy, and esoteric things like quantum aether entanglement.  Does energy have a form? Well yes, because this mechanical viewpoint of the universe depends upon an aether with a modulus of elasticity that implies deformation of the medium, thus presenting with “form”.  Also, the recent discovery of “shaped light” seems to reveal that the underlying prime nature of the universe may be aether.

But, how do we factor the atom into an aether + energy universe?   I have been promoting the idea of aether discontinuities for much of the action within the universal aether.  They are like electrical impedance discontinuities, but are instead mechanical discontinuities of the aether medium. I have promoted the idea that the electrical discontinuity derives from the aether one.

The aether’s discontinuities give form to circuits of energy transfer within the aether, and provide for the pathways of quantum aether entanglement.  But – in addition to this, might the atom be a “form” comprised of the same kind of discontinuity?  I have in the last few posts mentioned the idea of closed-off regions of aether, which behave differently than the aether in general.  These closed-off areas trap energy within them, according to my embryonic idea.  Think about the atom.  What is it but a region of trapped energy?  If we equate energy with mass (as Einstein does in E=mc²), then an atom is indeed a bubble of trapped energy, albeit some of that energy is in another form.

Does energy have a form?

Not all of quantum mechanics is wrong.  The mathematics do add up in most cases.  Nonetheless – the QM-centric perception of the underlying principles underneath the mechanics and the mathematics are not correct in my opinion.  Some is simply left out of the discussion in the realm of acedemia.

I have written of circular light; of light traveling in circles.  If aether deformation and/or aether discontinuity is caused by the transit/transfer of energy, and if aether discontinuity is responsible for that bubble of aether region we’d like to promote as an atom, then the light may need to traverse a circular path in order to enclose the region, to trap the energy, to enable levels of quantum potential leaps. We have formulated that there are two kinds of light.  Perhaps high energy light is needed to enclose aether regions.  Some may call it “hard” light (The author of the Theoria YT channel does this.  Note he does not necessarily agree with anything on this page).

Is it so crazy to imagine that light could travel in a circle?  Light can indeed travel in a circular path if it travels along an aether discontinuity.  Refraction along a discontinuity is what enables light to follow the curves of a fiber in a fiber optic cable.  The light does not bounce as a reflection, but instead follows a soft curve (which does “bounce”) – due to the refractive index of the cable lining.  So, it curves a little.

A laser originated bessel vortex beam projects a helical wavefront, which is an unclosed circle due to the longitudinal component of the wave.  A very powerful bessel vortex beam, or perhaps the intersection/crossing of many of them – may produce an atom.

A very powerful bessel vortex beam may produce an atom.

Under most conditions, light would not curve much.  But, the creation of matter is a monumental event, requiring enormous energies of the type that would have been found in the early periods of the big bang and its aftermath.  In this cauldron of hot primordial elements, the aether may have formed bubbles.  In the beginning, the bubbles would be small and simple like hydrogen.  Does the so-called electron orbit around the nucleus, or does it reflect radially?  I think it does both those and other trajectories as well, probably randomly. Related to the curvature of light is the idea of angular momentum and vortexes.  A magnet exhibits the character of the vortex.

The hourglass of the magnet’s energy is a tribute to this progenity …

The nature of the aether seems to be such that it supports vortex forms.  The hourglass of the magnet’s energy is a tribute to this progenity.  It may be that the curved form of the energies involved in atom creation are present due to the torsion supporting attributes of the aether.  So, maybe the formation of an atom is more about angular momentum than anything else.

In any case it may be that the trapped oscillation is enabled by a momentary closing of a bubble in the presence of intense amounts of big-bang energy.  After enablement, it would be self sustaining, as it would create its own aether discontinuity.  Thus the atom could be a spherical region of trapped energy, “latched” into closed form by an instantaneous burst/event in the soup of creation.  After the region was closed, it would not matter whether the action was orbital or radial or anything else.  The aether discontinuity would reflect or refract all of the energy, keeping it trapped within the atom.

Thus the atom could be a spherical region of trapped energy, “latched” into closed form …

I have always been uncomfortable with the “orbiting electron” view of atomic structure.  The aetherists view is that there is no pull, or attraction, in the universe – but only push.  Pull can be mimicked, however, by what is really more like a low pressure phenomenon. Taking such a standpoint means that the speed of light velocity of an electron (or photon) would ordinarily cause it to fly off into counter-space.  Something must trap it, and I’m gathering the opinion that it’s an aether discontinuity that does so.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Why are Cloudy Days Blue?

Have you ever asked yourself, “Why are cloudy days blue?”  Probably not, because it seems to not be an important question to ask yourself.  Unless you’re me.  I love deep-diving the trivial things, it seems.

Blue light scatters, and red light is absorbed.  Actually, some blue light is absorbed, and some red light scatters, but it’s more often the other way around.  So, on a bright sunny day, all the light comes from one spot in the sky, right?  But on a cloudy day, it seems to come from every direction.  That’s because it IS coming from every direction, as a result of scattering.  When you take the red and yellow out of the color spectrum, what is left?  Well, green and blue are what remains – but it’s the blue we mostly see, because there’s not much in the clouds to reflect green light.  Water reflects blue light pretty well.  So, now you know the answer, and I’m sure you feel much more fulfilled.

Read more about cloudy days …

Favorite Books

Favorite Books

I’m a bit eclectic when it comes to my reading.  I find a little here, and then a little there, and maybe sometimes something in between.  Here are the latest things I’ve read for education or amusement:

The book of Ginsengauth Sarah Harriman, pub Pyramid Books, NY, first ed 1973.

Cinematic Wilmington, Making Movies on the East Coast, auth Jean Nance, pub Tidal Press, NC, first ed 2000.

 

Philosophy Made Simpleauth Richard Popkin, pub Doubleday, NY, first ed 1956.

The Backpacker’s Handbookauth Chris Townsend, pub Ragged Mountain Press, Maine, first ed 1991.

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Antique Glass Hunting

Figure 1: Etched Glass from 1870 – 1925  ( click to enlarge )

We wander around in flea markets and such places as that, looking for that glint of light that sometimes reveals glass artwork from a bygone era.  In particular, the hunt is targeted to Tiffin glass, something that was made during the last part of the nineteenth century, and the start of the twentieth.  It’s a collection process that never ends, because there are pieces that are thought to be no longer in existence.  The idea that we’d land the Sasquatch, is part of a motivation I guess.  The glass heralds from a place close to where we grew up, and so it makes sense that it’s interesting to us.  In spite of the fancy glass, it’s not at all an expensive hobby. For some more pics of the antique etched glass, see my photo repository at:

https://stormofphotons.smugmug.com

On the photo site, you’ll have to click the “Antique Glass” menu item towards the top of the page.  I have a bunch of other photos on the site, as photography is another hobby of mine.  While the other half is on the hunt for her glassware, I keep my eyes peeled for the antique woodworking tools that I sometimes use.  Use for what, you ask?  Why, of course, I use them to build cabinets for the glassware! For details of this endeavor, see the woodworking subsection of my blog at:

https://woodworkingmiscellany.wordpress.com

 

Water Swept Grasses

Figure 1: Water swept grasses.  Click to enlarge.

The Pentax has seen better days.  The mirrorbox has been torqued such that focus is difficult, but once in a while I still manage to get a shot with it.  The focus issue is more difficult at infinity focus rather than closer … and the shot in figure 1 was the latter.  It’s an area where (not very long ago) – a swift current rushed through the grasses, leaving an almost surreal sculpting of the top of the grass.  It looks like a scene out of one of my old 3D viewer slide machine slides – with leprechauns  just off to the side of the photo no doubt!  Click it to enlarge it – it’s an interesting natural bit of mother-earth art IMO.

For those wanting a direct link to my smugmug nature collection, here it is (just click picture):

Walking Rhythms

Every year I experience the same seasonal rhythms of walking.  I’m so used to walking at a level just above the friction point (where it starts to become more work than walk) – that I forget to notice how fast I’m going.  I take in the scenery, engage in my inner and outer thought processes, and don’t pay much attention to the engine gauges.  The engine is usually silent.

But at the change of seasons, I notice that my speed changes.  I don’t consciously walk any faster when fall comes around, but my body goes faster.  I have so consistently trained it to walk at the friction point, that it does so without any help.  I notice I get home for lunch sooner, and I more quickly get to the local convenience store that I use as psychological motivation (soda, sweets, etc) – so as to take walks on days I otherwise might skip.

In the summer, the opposite thing happens.  As the temperature rises, the inner automatic engine governor cuts back the throttle, and the speed goes down.  Once again, I take no part in the decision, because I’m just along for the ride.

Speaking of lunch, my internal calorie meter on some days might look like the graphic shown above, if not for that  convenient little store at the end of my walking itinerary.

Buggy for Bees

Figure 1 : Bee shot taken with K5, Pentax 50mm /f1.4 vintage lens

Recently I started to take macro tube shots of bees in my area.  This is quite an addicting facet of photography, I must say.  So far I’ve managed to shoot a few semi-interesting shots.  The picture in figure 1 is one of my favorites thus far (clicking on the photo will show it enlarged on smugmug).

The Amazing Mr. Mouse

This story is one I’ve been meaning to write for a long time, but other things have been serious distractions from writing, especially in the recent past. Sometimes, ya gotta do what you want to do, in the present, because tomorrows have the habit of being used for other things.

This story is quite a few years old, but it’s one that makes me rethink the nature of nature, and of our animal friends.  “Friends” is a conventional word that often doesn’t really apply to both parties in man – to – animal relationships.  It’s most often the human who’s the fickle friend.

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Potato Onion Fry

Figure 1: Potato Onion Fry, tasty!

So, I had some potatoes and onions fresh from my daughter’s organic farm.  I wasn’t sure what to do with them so I tossed them into a skillet and fried them.  The onions seem to impart their flavor to the potatos – such that it wasn’t necessary to add salt or pepper.

 

 

A White What?!

Figure 1: An Albino cucumber?

I recently had the opportunity to try this new (for me) vegetable, compliments of my daughter’s organic farm.  Being a cucumber lover, one would think I’d have run into this little number before.

Tastey! – Especially with tomatoes, cilantro, salad dressing, and a dash of pepper.

Click the photo for larger view.

Bigger, Bolder Pictures

Figure 1:  Just one of those photos that needed more space

https://stormofphotons.smugmug.com

I’ve been dabbling in the realm of Photography for the past couple years, after a hiatus of about thirty-seven years.  I wasn’t a very knowledgeable photographer even back then in the eighties, and have only incrementally added to my repository of things to know in this realm.  Most blog sites are (well, of course they are) – meant more for blogging than for photography.  So, I finally realized how tiring it is for viewers who can’t really see my photos in high detail – due to size or layout or navigation restrictions, all the while I talk or write about those photos.  Subsequent to this epiphany, I set up a photo repo (on a photo site designed specifically for photos) in order to remedy that situation.  Don’t get me wrong – this blogger platform is great for blogging, but for photos it works in a more ancillary mode.

Technically, I could switch to another theme more suited to the photo.  But in that case I’d lose the nice textual format that is the mainstay of the blog.  It’s a bit of a catch-22. Anyway …

I kept shooting my casual pics with the Canon Sureshot style of camera throughout all of those years, but such casual shooting doesn’t necessarily qualify anyone as a photographer.  The whole idea behind such a consumer camera is that one can know absolutely nothing about photography and still, at least some of the time, take reasonably usable pictures.

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Hutch, RIP ‘Ole Buddy

Figure 1: Hutch, RIP ‘Ole buddy …

We all get pretty attached to our canine friends.  But, sometimes there is more attachment than other times.  Hutch recently passed away, at the human-equivalent age of 88 years. I was with him for the entire 88 equivalent years (excepting for the first six months of his wonderful life).

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Watermelon or Radish?


Figure 1: Watermelon radishes.

Recently I had an opportunity to taste a variety of radish that I hadn’t previously known about – the so-called “watermelon” radish.  They do look like little slices of watermelon, don’t they?  These came from (Kristen and Jason’s) Red Root farm, and they are tastey.  I rarely come across a radish I don’t like, but then again I’m fond of turnips and rutabaga as well.

 

More Deer Pics

deer1012AFigure 1: Procession of Deer

It’s always so hard to catch a deer in a photo.   They move around so much, that every other picture is a blur.   I guess it’s the same as with my dogs.  Anyway, here’s a shot, taken out of the back-yard window, showing the start of a procession (four deer altogether) – parading through my little nature preserve.

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Canis Lupus Familiaris

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I guess I’m a dog lover rather than a cat lover. In this world, you are one or the other. Cat people will take this badly, but IMO, cats aren’t cuddly. When I come home and am greeted by 209 pounds of slobbering, panting, grinning, and jumping canis lupus familiaris, I know they like me! Now, some scientists have measured the “love” chemical in dogs, and officially endorse what I already know …

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More Talk about Coffee

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We love to talk about coffee, don’t we? Well, we love our favorite crutch, and its faithful ability to get us through all the otherwise groggy mornings. Recently, I’ve been spending time on some of the internet coffee forums, learning things that (as a person whose habit runs well over four decades) – I was surprised I didn’t know. It was a good break from the usual forums-to–visit list, and the much more droll postings I put on my https://programmingmiscellany.wordpress.com site.

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Hutch for President 2016

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With great enthusiasm and fanfare the announcement was made today at the Canis Lupis party headquarters near Raleigh, North Carolina. Hutch is running again!

With the party’s financial woes still lingering from the last failed attempt, some frugality has been necessitated with reusing the 2012 placards. Yet – the party hopefuls are up beat about the chances, and are reorganizing the platform to appeal to the squirrel as well as the cat demographics. Hutch, quoted as “Wot Wo!” – meaning “We will have a broader voter appeal this time around …”

Cherry Pie

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What makes a good cherry pie? In my opinion, it’s the starch that does it. Substitute tapioca flour for about half of the cornstarch you would normally use, and forget about the cornstarch altogether. It makes the cherry pie good even when it’s cold. It’s not too runny, not too gelatinous, and very tasty. I’ve found that cutting the sugar back to three eighths of a cup (rather than the half cup often suggested) – really brings out the cherries, without making them too sugary-sweet.

Hutch has a birthday

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Posted April 3 2015:

Happy Birthday Hutch!  Can he already be seven years old? (Well, he’s forty nine in dog years, but a good looking forty-something, dontcha think?).  Time really flies for a dog. He’s wondering why it’s picture day, and his sleep’s being interrupted.  Knock off the flash, would you?

 

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Trying to look handsome!

 

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OK – I’m going back to the important stuff that you interrupted!

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C’mon! Can you leave me be!?
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And – since Starsk is Hutch’s litter mate – it’s his birthday too!

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I’m handsome too!

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Peripatetic

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Published 01/11/2015

If there’s ever been a word that’s underused, wouldn’t you say it’s peripatetic? You should see clurichaun in any decent story that spans more than a couple pages, and what sermon would be good enough without a reference to thaumaturgy thrown in?  They’re damned good words.  You can look up thaumaturgy if you want, and no – I’m not going to tell you what it means.

Really, this is part of what you buy when you invest in a really good thesaurus.  The words at the top of the story are so obscure that my WordPress spell checker doesn’t know about them. Well, maybe that’s not saying much.

I use a thesaurus regularly, but I’ve never used any of the words I wrote into the first paragraph.  I use a thesaurus not to find obscure words, but to find simple ones that do a better job of explaining my stuff.

At one time I possessed fifteen different thesauruses and dictionaries.  All but thirteen of them were a waste of both the shelf space and the time I spent thumbing through them.  I definitely have a strong opinion on this matter.  The only thesaurus I think is worth the occasional hangnail is a book that’s not even called a thesaurus.  Notwithstanding the name, it’s the best “thesaurus” you’ll find, if you count my opinion for anything.

I use the J.I. Rodale Synonym Finder.  It’s inexpensive (18.99 is what I paid, which is a lot less than many other books of lesser value.  Again, my opinion may not cut much ice for you).  No, I’m not connected to the company, in any way.  I’m just relaying hard-learned lessons won by hard earned money.  You can spend yours as you like.

Forget the “Collegiate this/Collegiate that” thesauruses.  I found them to be of little value.  Just my opinion.

Never mind the online thesauruses.  They are so weak as to be maddening.

The Rodale is the better part of three inches thick, just big enough to facilitate banging yourself on the head with it, while experiencing writer’s block. It’s intemperately versatile. 🙂

 

 

 

Name that butterfly

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Posted 08-03/2013:

Today, taking my usual walk (my forspent feet took me a mere three miles), I came across a butterfly (deceased) – lying on the pathway.  I’m not the neighborhood Lepidopterist (expert on all things butterfly), but I have a suspicion that the specimen I found could be classified as a common variety.  It’s unusual to see them (butterflies) in Cary, so I scooped the little winged creature into my empty coffee box, and slid it into my carry pack.

Any Lepidopterist care to comment about the identity?

Dog Days (of Summer)

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Posted July 22’nd 2013:

As we teeter on the edge of the dog days of summer, I bathe in the appreciation that once again I will have survived to see the start of the Days of Sirius.  It’s a time that, for me, is a favorite season and time of year.  Some like it hot.  I do.  Simmer my bones at eighty nine or ninety Fahrenheit, and count me happy.

Wikipedia’s expert on such things, writes that the dog days of summer historically marked an evil time, brought on by Sirius, the god of hot.  The ancient Romans sacrificed dogs to Sirius, to appease him in order to ward off the blazing heat.

The dog days officially start on July 24’th, and end on August 24’th.  These dates mark the old calendar for such things, but recent almanacs place the start date in early July, and the end date in early August.  The old Roman “dog days” schedule is more appropriate for the southern United States, as those weeks hold the hottest days of the year for the southlands.

The Wiki description points to Clavis Calendaria, from 1813, and takes a dog days quote from it.  I liked it well enough to repeat it here, plus or minus my paraphrase:

"The sea boiled, Wine turned sour, Dogs grew mad,
and all creatures became languid
... 
causing to man - burning fevers and hysteria..."

Update August 12th, 2013

As the end of the dog days is less than two weeks away, we might compare this year to last year.  I’d reckon that Sirius has given us a break this time around.  I’ve yet to consult the local meteorologist for the numbers, but I’m thinking that my walking ritual could tabulate the averages almost as well.

It’s not to say that we haven’t had our share of broiler days hot enough to poach a Londoner. But, this year he’d have been only soft poached. Yesterday,  I took my usual walk, cut to four miles in light of the 96 degree heat. Before stepping outside, I availed myself of the umbrella, as per my normal practice.  Many days, it has served to deflect the steamy hot breath of Sirius, and on more than a few dog days it has managed to keep my head dry too!

There is a thing I thoroughly enjoy about walking in the midday heat – and yesterday it was my happy fortuity to enjoy this treat, once again.  I dropped into a low spot on my path, partially shielded from the breeze.  Here the lazy air slowed even more, and I was at once enveloped by the strong scent of flowers and other things, floating along in the hazy slow swirl of the sultry air, and topped off with lingering notes of hot, sublimating pine sap.

The summer’s simmering aromatic delights, the best of nature’s potpourri, had been presented to me … for being the one willing to brave the dog days of summer, and a walk in the midday sun …

Wine of the Bean

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Posted Saturday, June 29’th 2013

I’ve always had a weakness for the wine of the bean (Arabic to Dutch translation: Kaffee). Early in the morning, the original Arabic word was seemingly too long gone to recall, but I was able to remember that it derived from the phrase “wine of the bean.”

As I poured the aromatic little beans into my grinder, I was taken with a thought.  My olfactory sensors, in spite of the dimness brought on by age, seemed to be transporting me into another space altogether. The early hour combined with my natural grogginess to make the transport swift and easy.  Suddenly I was in one of my favorite places, an old bookstore, with its lode of old novel pages.

Coffee and old books: my nose wanted to sense those two things as similar, or the same.  Methinks it’s because I so often have them in combination!