PELASTRATION GEOMETRICAL INTERCONNECTIVITY ANPA 2004 CAMBRIDGE Cambridge July

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PELASTRATION GEOMETRICAL INTERCONNECTIVITY (ANPA 2004 - CAMBRIDGE) Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens,

PELASTRATION GEOMETRICAL INTERCONNECTIVITY (ANPA 2004 - CAMBRIDGE) Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

INTERCONNECTIVITY? A Fundamental Question • Religion : relation ? • Philosophy : position? •

INTERCONNECTIVITY? A Fundamental Question • Religion : relation ? • Philosophy : position? • Psychology : perception? • Science … a unifying TOE ? Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

HOLISTIC APPROACH General Smuts: Interconnectivity Arthur Koestler (1967): A holon may be defined as

HOLISTIC APPROACH General Smuts: Interconnectivity Arthur Koestler (1967): A holon may be defined as 'one part within a larger whole that is itself also a whole containing smaller parts' -a self-organizing phenomenon observed in all areas of life. . Also: a "self-assertiveness tendency" (wholeness) as well as an "integrative tendency"(part). Ken Wilber (to google). No mechanism. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Different View on Reality • One Membrane • Unbreakable, almost infinite Elastic • Restructuring

Different View on Reality • One Membrane • Unbreakable, almost infinite Elastic • Restructuring to Local Events • Holons • Interconnectivity • Non-Commutative • No Uncertainty Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

PRIOR GEOMETRY One postulate: There is a MEMBRANE, unbreakable and almost infinite stretchable. Cambridge,

PRIOR GEOMETRY One postulate: There is a MEMBRANE, unbreakable and almost infinite stretchable. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

PRIOR GEOMETRY A Pure dynamic background. Membrane peaks oscillate. Various type of contacts and

PRIOR GEOMETRY A Pure dynamic background. Membrane peaks oscillate. Various type of contacts and ways to connect. Some join to local events. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Prior Geometry and Holons One membrane peak (active) penetrates a passive peak. Since the

Prior Geometry and Holons One membrane peak (active) penetrates a passive peak. Since the membrane is nonbreakable a new double layered area is created. We call this local zone a HOLON. A holon contains history of the parents. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons and “Duality” Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons and “Duality” Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons progress and decay A holon can make - as an active local set

Holons progress and decay A holon can make - as an active local set of the membrane - new combinations with other parts of the brane or with other holons. A Holon : A Sub-Set Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons progress and decay A passive holon can be subject to pelastrations by other

Holons progress and decay A passive holon can be subject to pelastrations by other holon. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons and new combinations Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons and new combinations Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Pelastration: Local Coupling Definition: A pelastration is the penetration of a part of the

Pelastration: Local Coupling Definition: A pelastration is the penetration of a part of the elastic membrane by another part of the membrane. A Pushing Action. By a pelastration the impact part receives one or more extra double skins coming from the passive holon(s). Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

HOLONS AND FRICTION Since the total system acts very dynamically friction happens locally between

HOLONS AND FRICTION Since the total system acts very dynamically friction happens locally between the two layers of the holon. Such friction creates thermodynamic effects, EM, weak and strong forces. Each holon is a discrete zone with unique properties. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Macro and Micro A holon may be created on all kind of levels:

Holons: Macro and Micro A holon may be created on all kind of levels: on Macro-level (Einstein) and on QM-level. (QM package) Holons (Koestler) may be: galaxies, stars, planets, humans, animals, plants, cells, DNA, genes, molecules, atoms, nuclei, particles. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons and Number of Layers Holons can have many layers. Here a set that

Holons and Number of Layers Holons can have many layers. Here a set that gives a normal (traditional) polarity. (cfr. Kabbal) On every level a new layer is added. BUT … The direction of the impact influences the number of layers. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Level 3 ≠ Level 3 Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Level 3 ≠ Level 3 Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Fourth Level Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Fourth Level Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Fifth Level Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Fifth Level Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Fifth Level The more layers a holon gets the less flexibility it will

Holons: Fifth Level The more layers a holon gets the less flexibility it will have, and the more difficult it becomes to receive more pelastrations, however more easy to pelastrate (higher rigidity or more mass) other holons. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: On all levels For example on QM-level. (QM package) Cambridge, July 31 2004

Holons: On all levels For example on QM-level. (QM package) Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Also Inside holons Inside a holon new sub-holons can be created by specific

Holons: Also Inside holons Inside a holon new sub-holons can be created by specific membrane oscillations or external holons. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: Also Inside holons Inside a holon (i. e. a galaxy) new subholons can

Holons: Also Inside holons Inside a holon (i. e. a galaxy) new subholons can be created. Or a knowledge knot in a microtubuline. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

INTERACTIONS OF MEMBRANE PEAKS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

INTERACTIONS OF MEMBRANE PEAKS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons: On the BRANE Holons are created - on the brane - by parts

Holons: On the BRANE Holons are created - on the brane - by parts of the brane, and/with or by other holons (restructured membrane). Levels of combinations can have different # layers. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Holons and Observers Holons are visible resonant observers. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk

Holons and Observers Holons are visible resonant observers. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004 or detectable by

TWO SIDES OF THE BRANE The membrane has two sides. Cambridge, July 31 2004

TWO SIDES OF THE BRANE The membrane has two sides. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

TWO SIDES OF THE BRANE Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

TWO SIDES OF THE BRANE Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Inside Peaks: M 0 (Yang) Outside Peaks: M 1 (Yin) Cambridge, July 31 2004

Inside Peaks: M 0 (Yang) Outside Peaks: M 1 (Yin) Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Inside Peaks/Tubes Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Inside Peaks/Tubes Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Semi-Pelastration Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Semi-Pelastration Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Other Pelastrations Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Other Pelastrations Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Self-Pelastration Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Self-Pelastration Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Complex-Pelastrations Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Complex-Pelastrations Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

THE HUMAN HOLON Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

THE HUMAN HOLON Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

THE HUMAN HOLON IN THE … Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

THE HUMAN HOLON IN THE … Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

THE HUMAN HOLON Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

THE HUMAN HOLON Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

CONSCIOUSNESS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

CONSCIOUSNESS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

CONSCIOUSNESS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

CONSCIOUSNESS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

CONSCIOUSNESS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

CONSCIOUSNESS Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Locking a Holon A holon can be locked by another holon. Cambridge, July 31

Locking a Holon A holon can be locked by another holon. Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Topological Flat Surface (Caps) Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Topological Flat Surface (Caps) Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

NON-LOCAL INFO TRANFER Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

NON-LOCAL INFO TRANFER Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Overview Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Overview Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

FUNCTIONS OF MEMBRANE • ISOLATOR • CONDUCTOR • TRANSLATOR • CREATOR Cambridge, July 31

FUNCTIONS OF MEMBRANE • ISOLATOR • CONDUCTOR • TRANSLATOR • CREATOR Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

YIN-YANG Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004

Different view of reality • Everything is on the brane • Everything is restructured

Different view of reality • Everything is on the brane • Everything is restructured membrane • Empty boxes made of membrane, but with empty boxes we can build houses • Non-Commutative • No Uncertainty Cambridge, July 31 2004 © Dirk Laureyssens, 2004