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Saturday, September 24, 2016

The Connected Universe

We are proud to announce that Sir Patrick Stewart, known for his role as Star Trek: The Next Generation's Captain Jean-Luc Picard, is the narrator of The Connected Universe, a groundbreaking feature film documentary by Malcom Carter. Watch the newly updated trailer featuring the voice of Patrick Stewart and get tickets to the premier in L.A. on Monday 9/26/2016 –> http://getconnected.resonance.is "The Connected Universe” explores the interconnection of all things in the Universe. It inspires people to see the world differently. There is no better guide on this journey of exploration than Sir Patrick Stewart. Known for boldly exploring the galaxy in Star Trek, he is also revered as a Royal Shakespearean actor who has taken an inner journey of extraordinary depth. This intertwining of both science and humanity creates a unique narrative to explore connection. Nassim Haramein • Resonance Science Foundation - Français • Resonance Science Foundation - Hispana • Resonance Science Foundation - Português • Collective Evolution • Unify • Thrive • Spirit Science • Universe Explorers • Physics-Astronomy • Resonance Science Foundation - 中文 • Cosmometry

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Light and Smoke Rings


Spatiotemporal optical vortices, or STOVs (thin, gray ringlike objects), are newly described three-dimensional light structures that strongly resemble smoke rings.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-09-physicists-laser.html#jCp

Interesting. 

Remember my past post about smoke rings: 


Different, however, related concepts.

Considering that the aether is a superfluid of immense density, something moving through it will leave vortices.  The concept is important, and this photonic vortex may be supporting this concept.
And light or photons, being electro-magnetic radiation is itself an othogoanl votrex of E and M radiation, which is a relativistic projection of a single field, just looks like two fields due to motion (Feynman mentions this in his reds rags, buried in there somewhere: http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/II_01.html).

As above, so below:

Nature behaves in ways not yet captured by mainstream science.  They're getting closer...

The Surfer, OM-IV