"The mind is a compact, multiply connected thought mass with internal connections of the most intimate kind. It grows continuously as new thought masses enter it, and this is the means by which it continues to develop."

Bernhard Riemann On Psychology and Metaphysics ca. 1860

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Sunday, June 30, 2013

True Genius In the Arts is Always Due to Political Sensibility

It is of no small moment that Ludwig Beethoven angrily denounced Napoleon Bonaparte or that his one opera Fidelio was about the real life rescue of Marquis de LaFayette by his beloved wife Adrienne. Likewise, when Leonardo da Vinci writes of being persecuted by an unnamed adversary, it is not the raving of a paranoiac. Greatness in any field draws fire from a vicious and powerful subset of humanity that hates it.

If the recent revelations remove the mask from this would be oligarchy that has been hell bent on destroying the once great mission of the USA, so much the better. We, as a people, have been force fed all manner of ugliness in the name of democracy since the egregious cover up of the assassination of JFK. It is way past the time to retrieve our place in the history of governments of this planet.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Torsion of DNA and Solitons

The recent successful measurement of DNA supercoiling torsion should advance the hypothesis for biophysical solitons. The condition of living systems obtaining a condition of semi permanence within an unstable and fluctuating energetic landscape is remarkably analogous to the many types and phases of inorganic solitonic behaviors. The trick is to uncover and utilize such self organizing traits for technological advancement. For instance, it was also announced earlier this week that the vortical property of optical filaments has led to a breakthrough in fiber optic bandwidth. The fact that the form the lasers involved in this discovery takes are toroidal should strike long time readers of this blog as quite lawful.

Optical Votices from The Boston University Photonic Center

Friday, June 21, 2013

Mars as a Failed Precursor to Earth's Biosphere

It has been hypothesized recently based on geological samples that Mars once had an oxygen rich atmosphere some billion years before Earth. It is intriguing to imagine this as a platform for the emergence of a living biosphere on that planet that didn't take. In this way we might extend the principle of potential evolution into the development of planetary systems and their precursors as perhaps an ordered series of ongoing development.

I believe that this concept may gain traction in the infant field of astrobiology.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

More Too Big To Jail Follies

James Clapper said he was being the "least untruthful" he could be in sworn testimony to Congress..... So, yes, he is admitting he perjured himself. I guess he's too big to jail just like HSBC is on drug money laundering. charges.


Sunday, June 09, 2013

The Progressive Subsumption of Cellular Process by Higher Life Forms

The recent startling discovery that cilia act as antenna for cell signalling leads to a refinement of Leibniz' principle of lower and higher monads and Vernadsky's principle of evolution.

The Leibnizian concept of a window on the world coheres precisely with this discovery. That is to say that cellular signalling via these cilia are in fact just such a window in other words.

If you then add Vernadsky's principle of ordered development of the biosphere, it is quite striking to envision that higher life forms have subsumed these same processes within their organisms. And finally human life alone is capable of making this same principle conscious through science.

From the open access report:

TGF-β Signaling Is Associated with Endocytosis at the Pocket Region of the Primary Cilium

Saturday, June 08, 2013

The New Star Chamber of George W. Obama

The American revolution was brought upon this nation as a necessary and just war against the despotic tyranny of “Great” Britain, now it appears we have adopted their Star Chamber methods in the so-called FISA court.


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