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1. Prime Radian

 
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Two of these but mirrored and flexible, connected at intersection...

:kleinbottle:

Essentially, I was postulating if the 'center point' was not 'fixed' it could wobble within a given range.

The wobble, or bounce being vibration. Frequency...as it ripples through the form.

Sliding back and forth on itself like a violin bow to strings.

Rainbowfrequency

hmm
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yes
it provides information by the way you show

it would occur within a sphere and utilize the vortical energy within the sphere to do what you describe

do you see it within a sphere
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Yes I was thinking of it in the relation to the torus. The 'going out and coming in'.

The push and pull...if its flexible and the center is not fixed.


Think about it like those racetrack toys. As the car would zoom around, lets say in a figure 8 for this purpose, it pulls on the track.

Depending on the speed it races around, also determine how far out the track will be pushed and pulled around. However the form maintains its shape.

If the center point was like a bow to string the pulling and pushing would create vibration.

...

hmm

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Two of these but mirrored and flexible, connected at intersection...

:kleinbottle:

Essentially, I was postulating if the 'center point' was not 'fixed' it could wobble within a given range.

The wobble, or bounce being vibration. Frequency...as it ripples through the form.

Sliding back and forth on itself like a violin bow to strings.

Rainbowfrequency

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


yes
it provides information by the way you show

it would occur within a sphere and utilize the vortical energy within the sphere to do what you describe

do you see it within a sphere
 Quoting: aether


Yes I was thinking of it in the relation to the torus. The 'going out and coming in'.

The push and pull...if its flexible and the center is not fixed.


Think about it like those racetrack toys. As the car would zoom around, lets say in a figure 8 for this purpose, it pulls on the track.

Depending on the speed it races around, also determine how far out the track will be pushed and pulled around. However the form maintains its shape.

If the center point was like a bow to string the pulling and pushing would create vibration.

...

hmm
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hmmmm
feels the right fit and looks fitted too

clever tounge
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hmmmm
feels the right fit and looks fitted too

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Thanks.

Was just a musing.

:)



Reminds me of these as well...remember these?

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Like multiple kleins breathing together examining inhalations and exhalations.
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:kleinbottle:
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Yes,but nest them one within other and tell me how many breaths are needed for inhalation and or exhalation?
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Just one.
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Straight and uncut by doubt. Projection over projection of self.
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Two of these but mirrored and flexible, connected at intersection...

:kleinbottle:

Essentially, I was postulating if the 'center point' was not 'fixed' it could wobble within a given range.

The wobble, or bounce being vibration. Frequency...as it ripples through the form.

Sliding back and forth on itself like a violin bow to strings.

Rainbowfrequency

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


yes
it provides information by the way you show

it would occur within a sphere and utilize the vortical energy within the sphere to do what you describe

do you see it within a sphere
 Quoting: aether


Yes I was thinking of it in the relation to the torus. The 'going out and coming in'.

The push and pull...if its flexible and the center is not fixed.


Think about it like those racetrack toys. As the car would zoom around, lets say in a figure 8 for this purpose, it pulls on the track.

Depending on the speed it races around, also determine how far out the track will be pushed and pulled around. However the form maintains its shape.

If the center point was like a bow to string the pulling and pushing would create vibration.

...

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Flow and effect. What it shows is the form that is inhabited by an action. Through that form how action will echo.
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Cmon make an astroid planet bigger then earth and place it in an aquarium orbit and wait for the first toxic plumes close to earth.

The way nasa esa sucks.
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Two of these but mirrored and flexible, connected at intersection...

:kleinbottle:

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Flow and effect. What it shows is the form that is inhabited by an action. Through that form how action will echo.
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes.

Like breathing as you have mentioned.


I see 'air' or something invisible moving around inside it...

Maybe it's more like a wind instrument.

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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
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Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


Lovely.

Yes.


I have compared it to breathing in the past or like the pulse of a heart beat.

Maybe both.

If that makes sense.


Thanks for the visual, I will try that.

:)
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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


Diaphragmatic inversion and gas exchange through the alveolar membranes.
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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


Diaphragmatic inversion and gas exchange through the alveolar membranes.
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Air spirals down and goes into one lung or the other... deep ends
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Oxygen vs CO2 solubility



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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


:aetherplot:
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This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


:aetherplot:
 Quoting: Septenary Man


That reminds me of 'sitting between two mirrors'.


And the brain and lungs.

Just thought I would mention.

:)
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Oh! Awesome Seer. Very cool imagery on that one.
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dude...where do you get your weed at?...
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dude...where do you get your weed at?...
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The rig veda superstore.
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dude...where do you get your weed at?...
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lmao

Like Dali said 'I am surrealism'
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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


:aetherplot:
 Quoting: Septenary Man


My question is: what is sitti g on the midline of both top and bottom splaying out the form.

It's like the dynamite trick.

Thank you mr hopper
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...

This inspired a thought.

Is the center point fixed? Or does it wobble?

Like the infinity sign above, the center point sliding back and forth along itself.

Does that make sense?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


:aetherplot:
 Quoting: Septenary Man


My question is: what is sitti g on the midline of both top and bottom splaying out the form.

It's like the dynamite trick.

Thank you mr hopper
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I was thinking it was symbolically representing a 3d form, which makes it a torus with the center another nested. Basically it is showing polarity.
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The final 33 1/3 million dollar prize winning question is: Is the world governed by a superconductive monopole or differential relativism, harmonizing two bodies based on their make up.

Chin chin, happy beer night!
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The final 33 1/3 million dollar prize winning question is: Is the world governed by a superconductive monopole or differential relativism, harmonizing two bodies based on their make up.

Chin chin, happy beer night!
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can I buy a vowel?
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Give the infinity sign polarity, or view it as the cross-section of a toroid.

The central node/axis being neutral, creates a charge flow pathway.

Now picture your lungs with different 'charges.'
 Quoting: just a dude


:aetherplot:
 Quoting: Septenary Man


My question is: what is sitti g on the midline of both top and bottom splaying out the form.

It's like the dynamite trick.

Thank you mr hopper
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I was thinking it was symbolically representing a 3d form, which makes it a torus with the center another nested. Basically it is showing polarity.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


It is, a superconductive striation that weaves with its static velocity.
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lettera

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The final 33 1/3 million dollar prize winning question is: Is the world governed by a superconductive monopole or differential relativism, harmonizing two bodies based on their make up.

Chin chin, happy beer night!
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can I buy a vowel?
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I'm canuckistani :You get an Eh for 1296 alex.
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My question is: what is sitti g on the midline of both top and bottom splaying out the form.

It's like the dynamite trick.

Thank you mr hopper
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I was thinking it was symbolically representing a 3d form, which makes it a torus with the center another nested. Basically it is showing polarity.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


It is, a superconductive striation that weaves with its static velocity.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


as in tantrism - weaving the web of life...
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lettera

(A) )A(
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Looks like something I ended up doing last friday. Rorschach wise that is.
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My question is: what is sitti g on the midline of both top and bottom splaying out the form.

It's like the dynamite trick.

Thank you mr hopper
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I was thinking it was symbolically representing a 3d form, which makes it a torus with the center another nested. Basically it is showing polarity.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


It is, a superconductive striation that weaves with its static velocity.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


as in tantrism - weaving the web of life...
 Quoting: just a dude



Spinning the stringy lattice of relative harmonism.
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lettera

(A) )A(
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Looks like an 'H'.

Two eyes and a bridge.

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:atoa:

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