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If you have been following my geometric adventures or read my book you will know Im fascinated by both higher dimensional geometry and A.I. Here is a good (warning: highly technical) update on some links between the two subjects. Intelligence seems to be enhanced by higher dimensional feedback loops. The ability to recognise higher dimensional patterns in data seems to allow the appearance of greater intelligence.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3fnGG7cdjY Oh yeah you can read the book online at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.comGeometric Deep Learning is able to draw insights from graph data. That includes social networks, sensor networks, the entire Internet, and even 3D Objects (i...
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I found the new information in this video that corroborates the living universe hypothesis very inspirational. It is good to see that humanities eyes have begun to open and gaze into the great mirror of the sky, and that we are beginning to see ourselves a little more clearly.The SAFIRE PROJECT at the Electric Universe - United Kingdom International Conference & Symposium 7th - 11th July 2018, Somerset, UK Dr. Michael Clarage talk... ... See MoreSee Less

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Not a hypercube really... but it is a pretty example of the infinite cubic matrix

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It's so easy to get lost in this Hypercube
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For those who are interested in the mathematical background to Fuller's Vector Equilibrium jitterbug model... here is someone who worked with him doing a lecture on the rotation, translation, and transformation of patterns in 2D and 3D.This clip is from Joe Clinton's talk on "R. Buckminster Fuller's Synergetic 'Jitterbug:' its fascination and some challenges" at the Synergetics Collaborativ... ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Sacred Geometry Web shared BeritaViral.Com's Keren 😮👍.
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Wow, I've seen some good magnet geometries in my time, but this is inspiringly simple, and looks like a very educational load of fun for intelligent children.

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7 months ago

Sacred Geometry Web shared SENATUS's photo.
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Islamic sacred geometry is awesome ~

Islamic sacred geometry is awesome ~We celebrate National Colour Day with a 360 look inside the kaleidoscopic beauty of Nasir al-Mulk Mosque also known as the "Pink Mosque" located in Shiraz, Iran. Read more: senat.us/2euzs9l #senatustravel ... See MoreSee Less

8 months ago

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Everything is cymatics... standing waves in harmonic proportion to the surrounding environment. Anything that is disharmonic will destroy itself. Everything has at least a small amount of disharmoniousness and therefore nothing lasts forever.
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Everything is cymatics... standing waves in harmonic proportion to the surrounding environment. Anything that is disharmonic will destroy itself. Everything has at least a small amount of disharmoniousness and therefore nothing lasts forever. ... See MoreSee Less

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The new physics is getting more interesting all the time! This video is mostly about quantum gravity, however, the theory is based on the 8 dimensional vector equilibrium, a particularly exotic symmetry. Its an entertainingly deep look into the higher dimensional symmetries that may be the key to understandingWhat if the very fabric of space and time was a code, or a language? A team of physicists and mathematicians with Los Angeles based Quantum Gravity Research ... ... See MoreSee Less

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I have seen many videos of peoples geometrical creations using the neodymium magnet balls, but this is one of the best 🙂

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Tiny magnets make awesome sculptures
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As a sacred geometer I am particularly interested in higher dimensional forms and their symmetries. Here is a good short introduction to abstract multidimensional spaces used by A.I. to find correlations between data points. I find it fascinating that any non-spacial higher dimensional structure like this can be translated into geometric form and projected down into three dimensional space so that we can gain visual insights about it. In other words, even though these dimensions are simply parameters of classes of information they are at a very deep level spacial forms.Check out g.co/aiexperiments to learn more. This experiment helps visualize what’s happening in machine learning. It allows coders to see and explore... ... See MoreSee Less

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I have been somewhat resistant to the idea of a dodecahedral Earth Grid that links important sites on the planet. I thought it was too arbitrarily constructed and aligned to the Great Pyramid. I also thought Bruce Cathie's info about it was pretty silly most of the time. However, this lecture by one of the main developers of the concept over the last decades finally has me taking it seriously. One nice point is that the grid is aligned so that the icosahedron follows the mid Atlantic ridge, which makes more sense.

If you find this interesting enough then it is possible to find the Earth Grid as an overlay for Google Earth and explore it on your own computer. Just Google UVG for Google EarthSubscribe here: www.youtube.com/MegalithomaniaUK. Click here www.megalithomania.co.uk/2011-USA-DVDS.html to get the full DVD or download. Beth...
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Gr8 to see you looked further into Bethe Hagens work Narada. Look forward to connecting again soon

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2 years ago

Cloud Nine (tensegrity sphere) - Now heres a geodesic concept I hadnt come across before :-)
Cloud Nine is the name Buckminster Fuller gave to his proposed airborne habitats created from giant geodesic spheres, which might be made to levitate by slightly heating the air inside above the ambient temperature.

Geodesic spheres (structures of triangular components arranged to make a sphere) become stronger as they become bigger, due to how they distribute stress over their surfaces. As a sphere gets bigger, the volume it encloses grows much faster than the mass of the enclosing structure itself. Fuller suggested that the mass of a mile-wide geodesic sphere would be negligible compared to the mass of the air trapped within it. He suggested that if the air inside such a sphere were heated even by one degree higher than the ambient temperature of its surroundings, the sphere could become airborne. He calculated that such a balloon could lift a considerable mass, and hence that mini-cities or airborne towns of thousands of people could be built in this way.

A Cloud Nine could be tethered, or free-floating, or maneuverable so that it could migrate in response to climatic and environmental conditions, such as providing emergency shelters

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Cloud Nine (tensegrity sphere) - Now here's a geodesic concept I hadn't come across before 🙂
Cloud Nine is the name Buckminster Fuller gave to his proposed airborne habitats created from giant geodesic spheres, which might be made to levitate by slightly heating the air inside above the ambient temperature.

Geodesic spheres (structures of triangular components arranged to make a sphere) become stronger as they become bigger, due to how they distribute stress over their surfaces. As a sphere gets bigger, the volume it encloses grows much faster than the mass of the enclosing structure itself. Fuller suggested that the mass of a mile-wide geodesic sphere would be negligible compared to the mass of the air trapped within it. He suggested that if the air inside such a sphere were heated even by one degree higher than the ambient temperature of its surroundings, the sphere could become airborne. He calculated that such a balloon could lift a considerable mass, and hence that 'mini-cities' or airborne towns of thousands of people could be built in this way.

A Cloud Nine could be tethered, or free-floating, or maneuverable so that it could migrate in response to climatic and environmental conditions, such as providing emergency shelters

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2 years ago

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If you are the sort of person who wonders how snowflakes are made and why spots and stripes are so popular in the animal kingdom then this lecture is for you! Seriously, its quite a humorous talk, and it illuminated for me quite a few questions I have pondered about symmetry, asymmetry, and the reason we say we understand something when we perceive the pattern hidden in it.There are many kinds of pattern in mathematics and many ways to think about them. But when it comes to visual patterns, one viewpoint stands out; symmetry. T... ... See MoreSee Less

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