Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Instagram 121-130

121. Sometimes there aren't very fine people on both sides.

122. These cusps, these bifurcations from the noise within the chaos, are points within a five-dimensional probability space defined by the 4D causal chains bending and twisting in the fluid transitions of a rotating tesseract, with virtually everything in the universe obeying Maxwell's infinitely scalable field equations. Slice it up at the Planck length and you see the sacred geometries of spacetime creating the beautiful world we see around us, a single universe with a unique vibration defined by Everett's Universal wavefunction, which we are all observing. Which future are we going to choose?

123. Think of reality as sliced out of 3D Planck frames. Think of consciousness as sliced out of our fifth-dimensional probability space. Out of all the possible 4D paths we could have taken, this is the one we chose. This one, single solution to Everett's Universal Wavefunction, creating this one single universe we are all observing.

124. Some food for thought. Background image from my Tesseract video posted earlier this year: https://youtu.be/zjhW7GzcN3c

125. Onward and upward, with each iteration even more unlikely than the one before, ascending to the pole of our tenth-dimensional sphere of indeterminate size. #westartwithapoint

126. Here's a brilliant visualization of the rotating forces that ripple across spacetime to create the natural world. https://youtu.be/20g74GOaqZ4

 127. Another Max Planck quote: “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” #westartwithapoint


128. Free energy from the sky, worthy of our praise and wonder through the ages with a long line of heliocentric deities. Since we are all observing the same universal wavefunction, the sun figures more prominently in our daily lives than we realize, what with the ebb and flow of its jackhammer din. #westartwithapoint


129. It's good to have a plan.

130. Falling within the fifth dimension in the Poincare dodecahedral space to create what Kip Thorne calls a world tube and I called a long undulating snake. Makes sense to me.


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