LifeOS: exploring the system that executes DNA

November 14, 2008

Atom Song

Filed under: Ch 08 System Components — Tags: , , , , — insomniac @ 5:25 am

An atom is not a static chunk, but a vibrating bundle of energy. These vibrations are not random noise, but a concise information set. Each cycle is like a sine wave that broadcasts the atom’s existence and relative position. All these sine waves are flipping in harmony, as one, generating the Holoverse.

Each atom sings, “I am here!” Together they all sing, “We are all together!” In counterpoint, adjacent atoms sing, “I am you and you are me, and we can work together.” All the while, atoms and molecules join together into local choirs that sing their own arias, always in harmony with the rest. The songs they sing are information about the flow of reality around them. All groupings follow the same pattern: singing in harmony, all about the world around them.

And the System records it all.

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2 Comments »

  1. I’ve actually been thinking about something similar this week. Which is that any sort of emission given off by anything from an atom to a group of atoms to a machine, plant or animal (or us) is a communication along the lines of “i’m here” and the fact that these emissions whether they be vibratory, or heat, light, pH – any analog change tells a story about that life form.

    Comment by L. Whalen — February 27, 2010 @ 11:11 am

    • Howdy Lisa,

      Thanks for stopping by. We must be listening to the same wavelengths, or something. =-)

      Seems to me that is a pretty fundamental insight.

      cheers,
      jim

      Comment by insomniac — February 27, 2010 @ 2:31 pm


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