"a fibonacci sequence requires three numbers to define the sequence. as the sequence gets qualitatively higher, the ratio between adjacent numbers
gets closer and closer to the phi ratio. the phi ratio sequence is the only sequence that can be defined with only two numbers. it has no beginning
and no end. all other sequences require (at least) three, and have a beginning."
You are probably right. I'm not a mathematician. I'm a physicist, so I'll take your word for it... unless I find proof otherwise
"i do not believe in particles. particles are an imaginary way to understand waves."
Particles are an imaginary way to understand any form using a dot or sphere. The problem is, people actually believe particles are dots or spheres
and not just a way to represent what the "particle or wave" actually look like. A true particle could look like a figure 8, but the public would
still think its a dot. Oh well... I suppose ignorance is bliss for some people.
"now, all these definitions of light use our linear time understanding. i do not believe in linear time."
Linear time is real, but Hawking and another scientist are working on imaginary time as being a 2d quality to that linear (1d) timeline. Time is
linear, but it may be more.
"i believe in energy soup, time being another form of energy."
Time is a part of space, what we call spacetime. Energy is a property of spacetime. I believe time is just a quantitative way to understand 3
dimensional movement... as we would normally define time. Energy is more of a quality that forces motion and transformation. There is probably a
link, but I doubt it is direct, such as energy-->time (energy implies time). Time probably shows that energy does exist, but I don't think we should
go as far as to say that time is a result of energy... although it could be with a whole lot of physics, math, and philosophy. I prefer to stick to
relationships that are more direct and much less abstract in connection to one another.
We could argue that all things are related, but putting a rhinosaurous and a bottle of beer on the same plane is a waste of time. I fear that arguing
that energy and time are closely related leaves out too many other factors and are thus not directly related. Maybe you see it otherwise.
"i have a theory that there are levels(densities and dimensions) of energy, and we only percieve a certain bandwidth/azimuth."
Densities can relate to dimensions and consciousness levels. However, density is a word used for having 3 dimensions. You should say that you
believe in multiple dimensional levels of energy and believe those to be in waveform. Seeing only single bandwidth means that there is only one wave,
which is probably way too elementary for you to base a high level theory on. The idea of vibrational energy has flaws. The reason for this is that
vibrations are seen as linear and cannot form complex objects. Once you start to add more dimension to vibrations you start to use different terms to
describe the effects. Basically, thinking of vibrations is a good start, but you have to get much more detailed if you want to have a good base
theory... such as vibrating strings throughout 3 dimensional space (string theory). Don't confuse the methods in which your eyes see with how
physics and matter/energy actually interact with the universe. You would be shot down very quickly in a room full of smart people (and smarta$$es
"the human brain operates between 0 and 20 some hertz(some yogis have been measured at 40 and higher)."
I have no idea. I hate biology, so I stick to physics.
"our perception and measurement of time is based on certain cycles. the sun, the moon and spin of the earth, mostly."
I believe science has started to move beyond that and dealt with quantum time, as well as relating time to the "beginning" of our particular
universe. Perception is important, but mathematics and physics have helped to get rid of many false perceptions and have a good foundation for study
of the fourth dimension.
"yet, we all notice that time changes for us, under certain conditions, ie., extreme boredom or stress(like a car accident)."
That's because your brain speeds up when flooded by chemicals and the body flooded by adrenaline. Those highs cannot be biologically sustained for
long. The perception of time changes, but time itself is not actually changing.
"our vision has a frame rate."
18 frames per second... give or take a couple.
"if we could slo-mo or fast forward reality, we might be able to see other shapes which are hidden from our perception."
Shape is not hidden from perception, but higher dimensional figures are. This is a matter of us not having the sensory organs to detect anything
above standard time. If you would like to know what higher dimensions do, then math has already does the work.
Welcome to your first glimpse of the 2 interacting objects in the 4th dimension
"like the way a single row of led's can cause the impression of words in our minds(i think you know what i'm talking about), by side scrolling
Yes, but again those are "optical" illusions for the ways our eyes work and the way our brains interpret symbols. That touches on psychology and
"also, this theory of ninety degree electro magnetic waves leaves 359.99999 degrees of free space on the axis."
Well, the 90 degree EM wave is just a matter of orientation of the waves. The strength of the fields vary throughout the rest of the orientation.
Basically, the 90 degree angle keeps balance between the forces and gives light its particular properties.
"didn't they tell us in school that we're mostly space?"
Yes... which should be appended to say mostly spacetime and energy waves in what you might call a "soup." Still, the science is much more realistic
about how to view that logically. Philosophy adds that, "we are not atoms, but shadows of atoms. Less than one percent material and the rest is the
motion of electrons that you see.
"N.S.A. wanted john nash. didn't work out well, i heard. they don't want me, i'm just a fringe lunatic. my house is full of butterflies flapping
their wings. i'm so ignorant, i don't even know what time it is."
You are smart enough to use your brain to come up with possible solutions... one day the NSA may be interested in your application.
"protector, you have a good mind. don't believe everything the teacher says, though. science is the new dogma."
Actually, most of my research was done outside of the classroom. I found that the library is just as smart as a good professor. Late fees are far
less than the tuition to take all of the class required to be as learned as I am. I perfer to see myself as self-taught, but regulated and reinforced
by formal class. Science is not a dogma, but idiots who claim to be using science make us look like we are full of doggie-do.
Good thing many scientists are guys like me (and maybe smarter... maybe