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Different cultures

The notion of the sky as a solid object (rather than just an atmospheric expanse) was widespread among both ancient civilisations and primitive cultures, including ancient Greece, Egypt, China, India, native Americans, Australian aborigines, and also early Christians.

The sky is depicted as a solid dome arched over the earth in both Mesopotamian and Indo-European mythologies (e.g., creation myths) and poetry. The Sumerian sky-god An ruled these firmament-like "heavens", which the wind-god had separated from the flat disc of the earth below, and there were primordial seas above the firmament. Ancient Indians also believed in a solid sky: "Firm is the sky and firm is the earth," says the Rig Veda. This approach to cosmology is probably universal, and is also encountered in mythologies of the New World
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Thought this was interesting. Didn't know it was on a platform.


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The platform reminds me of the electronic band structure in this link, click the video animation:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

and from Seers self-energy link:
In solid state and condensed-matter physics self-energies and a myriad related quasiparticle properties are calculated by Green's function methods and Green's function (many-body theory) of interacting low-energy excitations on the basis of electronic band structure calculations.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Morning hi
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good morning rockon
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Thought this was interesting. Didn't know it was on a platform.


 Quoting: Fancypantz


The platform reminds me of the electronic band structure in this link, click the video animation:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

and from Seers self-energy link:
In solid state and condensed-matter physics self-energies and a myriad related quasiparticle properties are calculated by Green's function methods and Green's function (many-body theory) of interacting low-energy excitations on the basis of electronic band structure calculations.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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In solid-state physics, the electronic band structure (or simply band structure) of a solid describes those ranges of energy that an electron within the solid may have (called energy bands, allowed bands, or simply bands), and ranges of energy that it may not have (called band gaps or forbidden bands). Band theory derives these bands and band gaps by examining the allowed quantum mechanical wave functions for an electron in a large, periodic lattice of atoms or molecules. Band theory has been successfully used to explain many physical properties of solids, such as electrical resistivity and optical absorption, and forms the foundation of the understanding of all solid-state devices (transistors, solar cells, etc.).
 Quoting: observation


In theoretical physics and quantum field theory a particle's self-energy \Sigma represents the contribution to the particle's energy, or effective mass, due to interactions between the particle and the system it is part of. For example, in electrostatics the self-energy of a given charge distribution is the energy required to assemble the distribution by bringing in the constituent charges from infinity, where the electric force goes to zero. In a condensed matter context relevant to electrons moving in a material, the self-energy represents the potential felt by the electron due to the surrounding medium's interactions with it: for example, the fact that electrons repel each other means that a moving electron polarizes (causes to displace) the electrons in its vicinity and this in turn changes the potential the moving electron feels; these and other effects are included in the self-energy. In basic terms, the self energy is the energy that a particle has as a result of changes that it itself causes in its environment.
 Quoting: observation


i see
puma punka provides common inter dimensional feelings of practical shape(s)

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filaments are obvious.
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 Quoting: aether


So what does that mean that it has filaments? Really cool picture.
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I found this interesting regard Sigma and wanted add. The diagram looks like it says... Go--->Go--->Go.

Haha.


Self-energy

In theoretical physics and quantum field theory a particle's self-energy :Sigma: represents the contribution to the particle's energy, or effective mass, due to interactions between the particle and the system it is part of. For example, in electrostatics the self-energy of a given charge distribution is the energy required to assemble the distribution by bringing in the constituent charges from infinity, where the electric force goes to zero.

In a condensed matter context relevant to electrons moving in a material, the self-energy represents the potential felt by the electron due to the surrounding medium's interactions with it: for example, the fact that electrons repel each other means that a moving electron polarizes (causes to displace) the electrons in its vicinity and this in turn changes the potential the moving electron feels; these and other effects are included in the self-energy. In basic terms, the self energy is the energy that a particle has as a result of changes that it itself causes in its environment.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


self organizing tounge
 Quoting: aether


= motive in all things = holographic effect = all things self organize = singular effect = everything motivated = coherent
 Quoting: aether



Center for Magnetic Self Organization
in Laboratory and Astrophysical Plasmas


Understanding magnetic self-organization in plasmas is crucial to unraveling puzzles in astrophysical and laboratory plasma behavior. The Center unites laboratory plasma physicists with plasma astrophysicists for this purpose.

Experimenters and theorists participate from six institutions: the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of Chicago, Princeton University, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Los Alamos National Labs, and Swarthmore College
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.cmso.info]

In volume, 99.999% of all the observable matter in the universe exists in the plasma state.
 Quoting: los alamos

[link to www.plasmauniverse.info]
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I think this video was posted before, but it shows that at puma punku the stones are magnetized.
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filaments are obvious.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


So what does that mean that it has filaments? Really cool picture.
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i think they are telling, to them the comet is an electrical nature occurrence
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These plasma formations also have the effect through "magnetic, electric or electromagnetic (or even unknown field), appears to emanate from some of the buoyant charged masses. Local fields of this type have been medically proven to cause responses in the temporal lobes of the human brain. These result in the observer sustaining his or her own vivid, but mainly incorrect, description of what is experienced. This is suggested to be a key factor in influencing the more extreme reports found in the media and are clearly believed by the 'victims.'

Recently un-redacted sections of the report state that Russian, Former Soviet Republics, and Chinese authorities have made a co-ordinated effort to understand the UAP topic and that Russian investigators have measured (or at least detected) 'fields' which are reported to have caused human effects when they are located close to the phenomena. According to the Ministry of Defence researchers, Russian scientists have connected their UAP work with plasmas and the wider potential use of plasmas and may have done "considerably more work (than is evident from open sources)" on military applications, for example using UAP -type radiated fields to affect humans, and the possibility of producing and launching plasmas as decoys.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Interesting about Provo and then the guy says at the end 'put your shoulder to the wheel'rofl
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it seems for some time now we (our world leadership/united nations) possess environmental topics that all our authorities agree exist as in : the topics are true
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it seems for some time now we (our world leadership/united nations) possess environmental topics that all our authorities agree exist as in : the topics are true
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the good news is our environment impresses globally visible unifying effect upon our senses as in: singular effect

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Good morning everyone.

Last outdoor Market of the year. cheer

Hooray for that...

lol.

chilly
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Good morning everyone.

Last outdoor Market of the year. cheer

Hooray for that...

lol.

chilly
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good morning

seconded cheer
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Good morning everyone.

Last outdoor Market of the year. cheer

Hooray for that...

lol.

chilly
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good morning

seconded cheer
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Indeed.

Only the 'diehards' show up when it's this cold and being the last weekend before Market moves indoors... Makes for less competition. We can pack up 30 minutes early due the darkness at 5.

So T-5hrs. Little less.
:)

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Good morning everyone.

Last outdoor Market of the year. cheer

Hooray for that...

lol.

chilly
 Quoting: Seer777


good morning

seconded cheer
 Quoting: aether


Indeed.

Only the 'diehards' show up when it's this cold and being the last weekend before Market moves indoors... Makes for less competition. We can pack up 30 minutes early due the darkness at 5.

So T-5hrs. Little less.
:)
 Quoting: Seer777


yes , it is cold and yuck (to me) in uk today , i am lucky to be indoors tounge
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The sunspot cycle, the relationship of orbital inclination to eccentricity (for stable orbits),the precession of elliptical orbits (and why Mercury's orbit precesses so much),those "inward and outward propagating shockwaves" in nebulae.....it's all right in that crazy Bessel function.

1. At any radius where the azimuthal field is maximum, but we have no axial magnetic field, a planet is free to circle the filament along that azimuthal field. These circular orbits all lie in the same plane, orthogonal to the filament (z-axis).
2. Merely perturb one of these orbits, into an elliptical orbit, and the planet is forced to move up or down the z-axis. (the planet crosses from a radius where the axial field is in one direction, to where the field heads in the other direction.) The more elliptical the orbit, the more inclined it must be.
3. Notice how the Bessel function causes more precession of elliptical orbits for inner orbits. Remember, it's the radial electric field, and the axial magnetic field, that is going to "push" the planet around the z-axis.
[link to electric-cosmos.org] Notice in figure 2 here, where the axial field crosses the the axis at 201 radial units. If you move to slightly a greater radius, the mag field builds in one direction, move to a slightly lesser radius, and the field build in the opposite direction at about the same rate. Average net axial field of zero means no orbital precession. Look what happens at radius 33, on the other hand. Moving inward, the axial magnetic field builds more in this direction. Stronger average axial magnetic field in one direction than the other, is what causes radical precession of elliptical orbits here.
4. I'll come back to the solar cycle, but for now, remember that correlation they found between the solar cycle and the motion of the sun around the solar system barycenter? (meaning the sun is not the center, but itself moves around the center at varying distance) That slight change in radius near the center of the filament may not correspond to a huge change in field strength, but what about field direction?
 Quoting: Observation


Bessel function

Bessel functions, first defined by the mathematician Daniel Bernoulli and generalized by Friedrich Bessel, are the canonical solutions y(x) of Bessel's differential equation...
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Differential equation

A differential equation is a mathematical equation for an unknown function of one or several variables that relates the values of the function itself and its derivatives of various orders.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

oh
a number map of practical use for seeing the reason/impression of invisible force(s) effect(s)

it seems

it seems

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how did i post 2 it seems


hmm
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what our orientation is confirming is our sun/solar system is moving caused by the field effect of our local large birkland current(s) thus our sun/solar system direction/location will become accurately known to us in real time (short distance) and long time (future locations)

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Good morning everyone.

Last outdoor Market of the year. cheer

Hooray for that...

lol.

chilly
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It is warmer here, but rainy. Last week it was really cold.
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rofl I just wiped out in the floor. Was so excited I got my makeup case in the mail.
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Thought this was interesting.

The presence of microlithic tools suggests that Zanzibar has been home to intelligent humans for at least 20,000 years,[7] which was the beginning of the Later Stone Age.

A Greco-Roman text between the 1st and 3rd centuries CE, the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, mentioned the island of Menuthias (in Ancient Greek Μενουθιάς), which is probably Unguja.[8]:pages: 26–7 Little is known about the history of Zanzibar between the time of the Periplus and the death of Muhammad in 632 CE,[8]:page: 36. From that point forward, wars in Asia and increasing trade motivated Persians, Arabs, and Indians to visit or migrate to Zanzibar.[8]:page: 40

According to some,[who?] Persian traders used Zanzibar as a base for voyages between the Middle East, India, and Africa. Unguja, the larger island, offered a protected and defensible harbor, so although the archipelago offered few products of value, the Persians settled at what became Zanzibar City ("Stone Town") a convenient point from which to trade with East African coastal towns. They established garrisons on the islands and built the first Zoroastrian fire temples and mosques in the southern hemisphere.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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rofl I just wiped out in the floor. Was so excited I got my makeup case in the mail.
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You slipped? You okay?

I just had an odd duck at my booth for 10 minutes or so. She stared at herself in one of my mirrors, making strange faces. Then after doing that for about 5 minutes, she stuck her finger in her mouth and started fishing around in her mouth while looking in the mirror.

After having quite enough, I asked if she was 'alright', to which she said no, and pointed to my water bottle.

I then directed to the drinking fountain away from my booth.

Get all kinds here...

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rofl I just wiped out in the floor. Was so excited I got my makeup case in the mail.
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You slipped? You okay?

I just had an odd duck at my booth for 10 minutes or so. She stared at herself in one of my mirrors, making strange faces. Then after doing that for about 5 minutes, she stuck her finger in her mouth and started fishing around in her mouth while looking in the mirror.

After having quite enough, I asked if she was 'alright', to which she said no, and pointed to my water bottle.

I then directed to the drinking fountain away from my booth.

Get all kinds here...

eyebrow
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Oh yeah, I'm fine. It was a big box blocking my view and I slipped from the floor. I was like "did that just happen", lol.

That is weird. Sounds like drugs.
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rofl I just wiped out in the floor. Was so excited I got my makeup case in the mail.
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You slipped? You okay?

I just had an odd duck at my booth for 10 minutes or so. She stared at herself in one of my mirrors, making strange faces. Then after doing that for about 5 minutes, she stuck her finger in her mouth and started fishing around in her mouth while looking in the mirror.

After having quite enough, I asked if she was 'alright', to which she said no, and pointed to my water bottle.

I then directed to the drinking fountain away from my booth.

Get all kinds here...

eyebrow
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Oh yeah, I'm fine. It was a big box blocking my view and I slipped from the floor. I was like "did that just happen", lol.

That is weird. Sounds like drugs.
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Definitely.

I thought LSD at first, but her pupils weren't blown. She wasn't jittery or moving enough to be meth so...

Not sure what it was. Perhaps something synthetic.


She attempted to speak to me at the beginning.

With no volume to her voice. I told her you will need to speak up if you want me to hear you.

After that the mirror covered in fog and rain, became her fascination. While I watched with eyebrow raised.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Definitely.

I thought LSD at first, but her pupils weren't blown. She wasn't jittery or moving enough to be meth so...

Not sure what it was. Perhaps something synthetic.


She attempted to speak to me at the beginning.

With no volume to her voice. I told her you will need to speak up if you want me to hear you.

After that the mirror covered in fog and rain, became her fascination. While I watched with eyebrow raised.
 Quoting: Seer777


Then most likely mushrooms. They like mirrors, lol. Last Sat night I had to dodge this girl I call the close talker. She's nice but I think has done so much that she's on a different level mentality, spacey.
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Definitely.

I thought LSD at first, but her pupils weren't blown. She wasn't jittery or moving enough to be meth so...

Not sure what it was. Perhaps something synthetic.


She attempted to speak to me at the beginning.

With no volume to her voice. I told her you will need to speak up if you want me to hear you.

After that the mirror covered in fog and rain, became her fascination. While I watched with eyebrow raised.
 Quoting: Seer777


Then most likely mushrooms. They like mirrors, lol. Last Sat night I had to dodge this girl I call the close talker. She's nice but I think has done so much that she's on a different level mentality, spacey.
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I'm not a fan of the 'close talkers' either. I will back up repeatedly if I have to. Or excuse myself. Everyone has a 'personal bubble' If invaded, discomfort ensues.

Whatever she was on, she didn't seem to be enjoying herself. Nor I either watching her streams of saliva stretch close to my mirror.

Gross.
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rofl I just wiped out in the floor. Was so excited I got my makeup case in the mail.
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You slipped? You okay?

I just had an odd duck at my booth for 10 minutes or so. She stared at herself in one of my mirrors, making strange faces. Then after doing that for about 5 minutes, she stuck her finger in her mouth and started fishing around in her mouth while looking in the mirror.

After having quite enough, I asked if she was 'alright', to which she said no, and pointed to my water bottle.

I then directed to the drinking fountain away from my booth.

Get all kinds here...

eyebrow
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Oh yeah, I'm fine. It was a big box blocking my view and I slipped from the floor. I was like "did that just happen", lol.

That is weird. Sounds like drugs.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Definitely.

I thought LSD at first, but her pupils weren't blown. She wasn't jittery or moving enough to be meth so...

Not sure what it was. Perhaps something synthetic.


She attempted to speak to me at the beginning.

With no volume to her voice. I told her you will need to speak up if you want me to hear you.

After that the mirror covered in fog and rain, became her fascination. While I watched with eyebrow raised.
 Quoting: Seer777


lmao

Not everyone's pupils dilate under 'that' influence. Especially in the daytime.


Good afternoon everyone. Just popping by

cheer
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So the egyptians altered it into serapis? I had a weird dream about wax a while back. There was a hole under a dishwasher type machine right near the floor. In the hole was a few things that I don't recall except a round jar of wax. The hole had suction to it, like a vacuum. Idk if related though.

Forgot to add that the wax was pulled from the suction instead of being sucked in the hole.

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a nice year

13.000 days ago..
 Quoting: 1908247


Good morning Nico. :)

Good eye. I just checked and it seems in 4 days, I will be 13,333 days old.
[link to www.timeanddate.com]

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