From: "H. Lee" <grolier6@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2000 10:00:01 +0200
>From France, Savoie: 10am
well, let me bring together some last extracts from...
wave/particle duality of light
Thu, 30 Mar 2000 17:26:22 -0500, Stephen Lauf wrote:
>As it currently stands, light is scientifically considered a
>wave/particle duality because in separate tests light behaves as waves
>under one set of perimeters and then behaves as particles under another
>set of perimeters. [I read this information is an up-to-date
>Encyclopedia Britannica about five years ago.]
Sat, 1 Apr 2000 09:07:58 -0500, Howard Ray Lawrence wrote:
>It seems that energy is a most important aspect of light---and dark.
>Energy is related to seeing, hearing, smelling,
>tasting, and touching---all the known senses. Lack of it is related to
>blindness, deafness, etc. It involves velocity and
>wave length and amplitude.
new functions, not architectures
Mon, 27 Mar 2000 19:53:38 -0500, Howard Ray Lawrence wrote:
>Where are you fellows going with these definitions in connection to an
Wed, 29 Mar 2000 20:05:14 -0800, brian carroll wrote to hrl:
> likewise i think steve is doing the same with osmosis, which,
> ironically, i've just read about in a book entitled _The Conquest
> of Energy_ by George Russell Harrison. this not only brings back
> the discussion of matter/energy architectures, but also the concept
> of REVERSE OSMOSIS which is vital to maintaining a supply of fresh
> water from the salty seas and oceans. what i think all of this
> indicates is what .H. described to me a year or two ago: the need
> for BASIC RESEARCH in architecture, design and otherwise. i think
> that is the common value that we share...
Sat, 1 Apr 2000 16:58:44 -0600, Rick McBride wrote to bc
>The engineer and the scientist think of locating extant functions; of
>measuring the found functions and appreciating their symmetries. But
>the designer only learns a form of jointure from such experiences;
>and then uses that jointure in other ways.
>The designer invents new nexuses and interstices, and finally fits
>them to their functions. For the designer, function is a non event.
>For the engineer/scientists, function is often
>as close to God as many of them will come.
Mon, 3 Apr 2000 11:19:52 -0400, Howard Ray Lawrence wrote to rmb:
>However, our control of art forms is limited to our lifetime rather
>than the many lifetimes causing evolution of Natural form.
>The latter form, it seems to me, is much more in balance with the
Mon, 3 Apr 2000 14:42:05 -0500, Rick McBride wrote to hrl:
>And also, its Ok to spell out "GOD" these days; the Rabbinical Council
>(and probably the Cosmos as well) has done away with any prohibition on
>the full spelling.
>Nevertheless, its good that you are looking for Him on the internet.
>He's probably there as well.
ps: light, energy, cosmos, "GOD", well searching what's invisible,
people may call it as what they want, seem to me that all points of view
converge on what is called "connection" to one, and "jointure" to the
That is to come to a question:
What do religions (latin religo: to link) have to do with energy?
Personnaly belong to no religion, but think faith is a matter of energy,
that is being appropriated by religious powers, so that new individual
consciousness might knock down some pillars. (shhh taboo taboo taboo)