Monthly Archives: November 2011
steer with love
steer with fear
steer with anything
the prime issue is your motive to steer
if the purpose (goal) does not synchronize with the complex systems innate motive, thus by default all other complex systems interactive
you are fucked
the complex system self rectifies , forced to by the momentum of the other systems effects upon it
I see your words as pulses, wave forms…interesting. That is the immediate ‘image’ I get.
The motive is intention, sending out your own personal pulses into the system. The system has infinitely more pulses reacting, and if yours is in dissonance to the complex system, the complex system’s pulses will soon nullify through interference patterns, all of the individual’s pulses. If it resonates, the pulses harmonize and the intention grows greater into the system through ‘mergence’.
What would be incredible, is a form of varied intention from an isolated source, that is somehow harmonic with the complex system. One isolated source, putting out motive from all these different angles…philosophy, spiritual, communal, etc…all harmonic to the system, resonating through the complex system, changing it to new patterns of pulses…shortly afterward becoming self perpetuating and reactive.
…lightning discharge in a thundercloud can temporarily change the electric field above the cloud where charged ice crystals were reflecting sunlight. The new electric field quickly re-orients the geometric crystals to a new orientation that reflects sunlight differently. In other words, a lightning discharge can cause a sundog to jump.
Astronomers have found the brightest and youngest example yet of a fast-spinning star, suggesting that the extremely luminous versions of these super-dense objects may be far more common than thought…
..The pulsar’s extreme brightness and youth challenge current ideas about how super-bright millisecond pulsars form and how widespread they may be, researchers said…
…When a mass as great as our sun’s is packed into a space the size of a city, the conserved angular momentum causes the resulting neutron star to spin very rapidly and to emit a ray of high-energy light that sweeps around like a lighthouse beam.
This light appears to pulse because astronomers see the beam only when it’s pointed at Earth. “Normal” pulsars rotate at a rate between 7 and 3,750 revolutions per minute, but millisecond pulsars can spin much faster — up to 43,000 rotations per minute…
J1823-3021A also appears to have a much stronger magnetic field than other millisecond pulsars. The exotic object’s combination of characteristics is likely to have astronomers scratching their heads, Freire said.
…“It challenges the way we believe millisecond pulsars form,” he said. “It was not thought that, for the spin period of this object (5.44 ms), they could be so energetic and have such a high magnetic field.”…
…The researchers aren’t yet sure whether millisecond pulsar formation theories will need a tweak or a serious overhaul.
“We are currently investigating a number of possibilities,” study co-author Michael Kramer, director of the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, said in a statement. “Nature might even be forming millisecond pulsars in a way we have not anticipated.”