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Face on Mars Message

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posted on Sep, 5 2007 @ 12:11 PM
Hi Guys, I was browsing the internet and came across this article about the face on mars and the surrounding landforms/buildings whatever you think they are, i think the gist of it is that the author reckons they are artificial structures designed to show is a message but the article talks about somthing called 'Unified Field Theory'.

I realise that this is just the abstract but i was wondering if anybody could explain what this supposed message means and what Unified Field Theory is?

Face on mars article

thanks guys

posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 02:59 AM

In physics, a unified field theory is a type of field theory that allows all of the fundamental forces between elementary particles to be written in terms of a single field. There is no accepted unified field theory yet, and this remains an open line of research. The term was coined by Nikola Tesla who attempted to unify the general theory of relativity with electromagnetism into a single field theory. A Theory of Everything is closely related to unified field theory, but differs by not requiring the laws of nature to be fields, and also attempting to explain all physical constants of nature.


In the provided link accent is put on terathedra and field unity through topology and geometry of space, so I think you can look at the work of Buckminster Fuller: he is regarding space as angle/frequency information, and tetrahedra ( 3 sided pyramid ) is the unit of volume , the simplest structural system with 'insideness and outsideness' )- the very important in synergetics (behavior of whole systems unpredicted by the behavior of their parts taken separately). Tetrahedra is the unit of all synergetics, space and time, "which is to say that events and experiences are accounted for by mapping them onto a tetrahedral co-ordinate system or grid".

Fuller proposed that the tetrahedron, octahedron and icosahedron were the most important building blocks of nature. Fuller was the first to describe the tetrahedron as the simplest structural system with insideness and outsideness, and it was his most important building block, the form on which the rest of synergetic geometry hinged. The tetrahedron, with its four faces and four vertexes, was the three-dimensional form that could contain the least volume. It was the simplest "system" containing a set of relationships. Regardless of the earlier references to the family of regular polyhedra and their significance in life's architecture on a moving, spherical earth, humans had latched onto the cube as the main building block of mathematics. For Fuller, the 90 degree angles of the cube were a side effect or "precessional effect" of various processes in a universe of angles, curves and arcs. His cube was inscribed by the duotet, two interpenetrating tetrahedra whose eight outer points met cube's eight vertices and gave it an inherent stability

invisible architecture

You can read also his book Synergetics
difficult but beautiful

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