(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists in the US have solved the mystery of how peat mosses manage to get their spores high enough to catch the wind, discovering that they produce vortex rings of air, like miniature "mushroom clouds" to boost the spores along -- the first time plants have been shown to be capable of creating such rings.
And here is an astronomical example on the web from the very same day of publication the preceding item:
Credit & Copyright: Ken Crawford (Rancho Del Sol Obs.)
The final example from yesterday came from investigations of cellular geometry. It establishes how protein signalling uses negative curvature to "decide" when to proceed with meiosis.
As I have so often pointed out here, it is the alternation of positive spherical curvature to a negative horn shockwave form that necessarily serves as a defining overriding characteristic of physical, biophysical, and noetic "space."