Not quite like this desert phone booth, The Mojave Connection...

More like this one:

Anyway, it's a nice destination for the city slicker wanting to get out of town for the weekend. And I was up there once and sitting outside the General Store, I watched a kid, about maybe 10 years old kinda wander a step or two into the phone booth while his family was talking about their next thing. He pushed on the door and it snapped shut like a trap and he INSTANTLY went off like the Tazmanian Devil in that there phone booth, then quickly caught wits of himself and pulled on the door, stepped out, looked around, I pretended like I hadn't noticed at all to prevent him any embarrassment. Sort of like an Englishman apologizing for existing,..

This is the same box mainstream science finds itself ensconced in: a self-created limiting box of theories that don't quite add up, don't quite account for all the energy and dynamics of Nature. However, and easy box to step out of with the right perspective, so we must now get in tune.

And the clue is in the spin, the torque and Coriolis, the twist, the whirling and the twirling, so here we go again:

http://www.hiup.org/publications <-- papers on the theory behind the answers

ReplyDeleteI hope you all know by now E. Rauscher and N. Haramein added torque and Coriolis to the Einstein Field Equations (EFE) - and extension to that theory, which is sensible, as can often be done mathematically. That's how we get all these simplified things, like Gauss's Law, Ohm's Law, and others, these are limiting cases of the theory. When more is added to the theory, things more advanced than Ohm's Law take over, like, AC circuit analysis. Have you ever analyzed a circuit with capacitors and inductors as easily as with resistors only? How about adding some active devices? Each added phenomena adds more complexity and more variables.