April 5, 2018 E: Experimental Space

April 5.2018 E: Experimental Space (WHAT IS vs WHAT IS BEHIND WHAT IS) We know our expanding droplet in two dimensions may be analogous to how the universe expands. Starting with random sine wave perturbations on a perfectly circular expanding universe/droplet (a buckling of the relationship boundary, so it is no longer circular, wave crests …

April 4, 2018 D: Drake Equation

April 4, 2018 D:  Drake Equation (Chance of meeting up with aliens). What we know up until this point: Our published experiment of a two-dimensional fluid-fluid relational boundary has been proven both in the laboratory and mathematically through The General Energy Equation for normal space and time. The experiment is an analog of other behaviors …

April 3, 2018: C: Conscious Awareness

April 3, 2018 C: Conscious Awareness (From simple experience with little memory, to awareness, to long duration self-awareness).   On April 1, we discussed how our published experiment of a two-dimensional, expanding droplet could be looked at like an analog of experiments (in the cosmos) that might be too difficult to perform in laboratories on …

April 2, 2018 B: Boundary

April 2, 2018 B: Boundary (helps us to understand how our universe comes into being through change): It is possible to understand our universe through the realization that nothing exists without change, and the least description of change is a boundary.     A boundary can be a discrete line across which something happens. In my …

April 1, 2018: A: Analog

April 1, 2018  A: Analog (One thing that is comparable to another. Perhaps, the same physical behavior, but at a different energy level).     The droplet experiment (The Experiment) presented here (The Union of Opposites Website) is an analog of the accretion disc of a star, which means the behavior is very similar to …

A to Z Blog Challenge

  Scroll Down USING ARROWS IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER OF THIS PAGE (TO THE RIGHT OF MENU ITEMS) TO SEE THE OTHER POSTS FOR APRIL. FOR OTHER TOPICS, CLICK DIRECTLY ON MENU ITEMS.     For the month of April, there will be short postings each day starting with topics (mostly discussed before, …

METAPHOR

METAPHOR   During my attendance in a weekend workshop with David Edmund Moody who wrote An Uncommon Collaboration, the relationship between J. Krishnamurti (philosopher/psychologist) and David Bohm (high energy physicist), two men he was lucky enough to experience, I was faced with a major learning experience from one of the participants.   Near the end …

SPACE IS NOT NOTHING!

The most important theoretical two words I’d like to introduce here are “experimental space.” How is experimental space, maybe space we think and talk about during our experiments, different from space in general (like what we think of as objective absolute cosmic space)?