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Mass production of cheap graphene will be a disruptive technology, and its coming soon to a planet near you. Here's a video explaining that a cable made of graphene may be 12,000 time stronger than steel!The Strength of GRAPHENE Explained - In this video I discuss about Graphene and where does the 10x stronger or 200x stronger than steel comes from. Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less

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The meat and dairy industries have a lot to answer for. 'Big food' has got society by the short and hairies, and it ain't going to let go without a fight. One of the most important things I figured out in my 20s was that dairy products, in any more than the smallest doses, eventually made me sick.Got Milk? Might Not Be Doing You Much Good. Milk consumption may not only be unhelpful, it might also be detrimental. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/18/upsho... ... See MoreSee Less

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An image from the book at http://UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com - - - I find it surprising that many people do not understand that whirreds are the whorls of the whirled. After all... in the beginning the whirred was spun into existence relative to its own understanding. It also surprised me (although I guess it should not have)  that in trying to explain sacred geometry I would of necessity need to explain consciousness and understanding as well. Plumbing the philosophical depths was not really what I had in mind... or was it... lol.

An image from the book at UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com - - - I find it surprising that many people do not understand that whirreds are the whorls of the whirled. After all... in the beginning the whirred was spun into existence relative to its own understanding. It also surprised me (although I guess it should not have) that in trying to explain sacred geometry I would of necessity need to explain consciousness and understanding as well. Plumbing the philosophical depths was not really what I had in mind... or was it... lol. ... See MoreSee Less

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Many have been introduced to the work of the Persian mystic poet Hafiz, and become devoted fans, because of the translations of Daniel Ladinsky.  If you are one of these, you may not realise that you are as much (if not more) a fan of Ladinskys work than of the work of Hafiz, as this writing below from Ladinsky explains, they are certainly not translations, but interpretations, versions, inspirations, transmitted across the centuries. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
That Sounds Wonderful

 

Good poetry

Makes a beautiful naked woman

Materialize from

Words,

 

Who then says

With a sword precariously waving

In her hands,

 

If you look at my loins

I will cut off your head,

 

And reach down and grab your spirit

By its private parts,

 

And carry you off to heaven

Squealing in joy.

 

Hafiz says,

That sounds wonderful, just

Wonderful.

 

Someone please--start writing

Some great

Lines.

 

____________

 

Re the cocreation of these poems by Hafiz and Daniel Ladinsky ...

 

by Daniel Ladinsky

 

I thought I might step into the middle of a blurb/readers review war that seems active, at times, around this book.

 

There is an essay I wrote and published in an earlier edition of the The Subject Tonight Is Love: Sixty Wild and Sweet Poems of Hafiz, VERSIONS by Daniel Ladinsky, that was called -- My Portrait of Hafiz, as that is what I feel my work with Hafiz really is, my unique portrait of him. A portrait based on my study of thousands of pages of stories and poems that are attributed to Hafiz. And this book The Gift was first offered to Penguin with the word VERSIONS on the cover rather than the word translations, for I have never claimed my work with Hafiz is a traditional -- scholarly -- translation, for how could it be for I do not know or speak Farsi (Persian) at all fluently, though at times I have worked with several translators who do know Farsi as their first language. Though once the book (The Gift) got to Penguin, that is into the hands and minds of the very literate, some there saw and knew -- as any good dictionary will tell you -- that a primary definition of the word translation is: A written or spoken rendering, an interpretation of the significance of a work in another language... And thus the word VERSIONS was changed to translations. Also, I feel that the deeper one gets into the study of Hafiz the less of a scholarly foundation there really is to have any intelligent debate about what he may or may not have actually said; thus all we truly have of Hafiz in ANY language is a VERSION. We unfortunately dont even know when Hafiz was actually born or when he died. No doubt there is the establishments view of Hafiz, but I have never been one to fully trust a bunch of religious or cerebral conservatives. My great research into Hafiz has revealed, what I feel, is enough genuine DNA to reconstruct Hafiz if you will into a more astounding, brilliant man, into a more wild and vital life giving -- encompassing sun. I love these words that are attributed to Hafiz, I have found them so encouraging in trying to do justice to this world-treasured poet, those words are, No one could ever paint a too wonderful picture of my heart or God.

 

I feel there are saints in this world, and I feel I have walked with one for hundreds of miles in India, and on many occasions he would listen to me recite my renderings/versions of Hafiz, as a matter of fact this teacher choreographed my coming to work with the poems of Hafiz. And if this man had not sanctioned me in the most remarkable of ways -- not one single book of mine would ever have been published. Hafiz is not only one of Islams greatest literary wonders, Hafiz is also one of historys most vital poet-seers. I feel I have shown the greatest of respect to his work. I have prayed hundreds of times for help to try and reveal something of Hafizs soul & beauty.

 

Hafiz has no peer. Said Goethe. And Ralph Waldo Emerson stated, Hafiz is a poet for poets. I hope you find some REAL POETRY in some book of Hafiz, for then you will agree with Goethe and Emerson. Then, in that book, you will find a great teacher and lasting friend. And then ... you can be saved by a poem whenever you want. But remember, any verse that cannot flirt with the sublime and comfort you -- or lift the corners of your mouth with delightful humor -- has really nothing to do wtih HAFIZ. Anything mediocre about him is really fraud.

 

Thanks for your time here. I hope what I have written may help the review-war ebb. I hope this book aids all wars to realize the insanity of their being. With that in mind why not end with this verse I bet Hafiz might feel just fine in having his named pinned to by me.

 

I think this old great Persian Master and I once shared some bread together, and some magnificent wine he poured into me, that is still there and fermenting ... and caused all my words, vision, and (hopefully) sacred needed mischief. Millions have now come to hear his name through my work. This is profoundly humbling. Still though, I -- we -- should rise and dance.

 

I have come into this world to see this:

The sword drop from mens hands

even at the height of their arc of anger

because we have finally realized

there is just one flesh to wound and that

is His, The Christs -- our Beloveds.

 

 

From my Hafiz chapter, in my Penguin anthology, Love Poems from God.

By Daniel Ladinsky

Many have been introduced to the work of the Persian mystic poet Hafiz, and become devoted fans, because of the 'translations' of Daniel Ladinsky. If you are one of these, you may not realise that you are as much (if not more) a fan of Ladinsky's work than of the work of Hafiz, as this writing below from Ladinsky explains, they are certainly not translations, but interpretations, versions, inspirations, transmitted across the centuries. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
That Sounds Wonderful



Good poetry

Makes a beautiful naked woman

Materialize from

Words,



Who then says

With a sword precariously waving

In her hands,



If you look at my loins

I will cut off your head,



And reach down and grab your spirit

By its private parts,



And carry you off to heaven

Squealing in joy.



Hafiz says,

That sounds wonderful, just

Wonderful.



Someone please--start writing

Some great

Lines.



____________



Re the cocreation of these poems by Hafiz and Daniel Ladinsky ...



by Daniel Ladinsky



I thought I might step into the middle of a blurb/reader's review war that seems active, at times, around this book.



There is an essay I wrote and published in an earlier edition of the The Subject Tonight Is Love: Sixty Wild and Sweet Poems of Hafiz, VERSIONS by Daniel Ladinsky, that was called -- My Portrait of Hafiz, as that is what I feel my work with Hafiz really is, my unique portrait of him. A portrait based on my study of thousands of pages of stories and poems that are attributed to Hafiz. And this book The Gift was first offered to Penguin with the word VERSIONS on the cover rather than the word translations, for I have never claimed my work with Hafiz is a traditional -- scholarly -- translation, for how could it be for I do not know or speak Farsi (Persian) at all fluently, though at times I have worked with several translators who do know Farsi as their first language. Though once the book (The Gift) got to Penguin, that is into the hands and minds of the very literate, some there saw and knew -- as any good dictionary will tell you -- that a primary definition of the word translation is: A written or spoken rendering, an interpretation of the significance of a work in another language... And thus the word VERSIONS was changed to translations. Also, I feel that the deeper one gets into the study of Hafiz the less of a scholarly foundation there really is to have any intelligent debate about what he may or may not have actually said; thus all we truly have of Hafiz in ANY language is a VERSION. We unfortunately don't even know when Hafiz was actually born or when he died. No doubt there is the establishment's view of Hafiz, but I have never been one to fully trust a bunch of religious or cerebral conservatives. My great research into Hafiz has revealed, what I feel, is enough genuine DNA to reconstruct Hafiz if you will into a more astounding, brilliant man, into a more wild and vital life giving -- encompassing sun. I love these words that are attributed to Hafiz, I have found them so encouraging in trying to do justice to this world-treasured poet, those words are, No one could ever paint a too wonderful picture of my heart or God.



I feel there are saints in this world, and I feel I have walked with one for hundreds of miles in India, and on many occasions he would listen to me recite my renderings/versions of Hafiz, as a matter of fact this teacher choreographed my coming to work with the poems of Hafiz. And if this man had not sanctioned me in the most remarkable of ways -- not one single book of mine would ever have been published. Hafiz is not only one of Islam's greatest literary wonders, Hafiz is also one of history's most vital poet-seers. I feel I have shown the greatest of respect to his work. I have prayed hundreds of times for help to try and reveal something of Hafiz's soul & beauty.



Hafiz has no peer. Said Goethe. And Ralph Waldo Emerson stated, Hafiz is a poet for poets. I hope you find some REAL POETRY in some book of Hafiz, for then you will agree with Goethe and Emerson. Then, in that book, you will find a great teacher and lasting friend. And then ... you can be saved by a poem whenever you want. But remember, any verse that cannot flirt with the sublime and comfort you -- or lift the corners of your mouth with delightful humor -- has really nothing to do wtih HAFIZ. Anything mediocre about him is really fraud.



Thanks for your time here. I hope what I have written may help the review-war ebb. I hope this book aids all wars to realize the insanity of their being. With that in mind why not end with this verse I bet Hafiz might feel just fine in having his named pinned to by me.



I think this old great Persian Master and I once shared some bread together, and some magnificent wine he poured into me, that is still there and fermenting ... and caused all my words, vision, and (hopefully) sacred needed mischief. Millions have now come to hear his name through my work. This is profoundly humbling. Still though, I -- we -- should rise and dance.



I have come into this world to see this:

The sword drop from men's hands

even at the height of their arc of anger

because we have finally realized

there is just one flesh to wound and that

is His, The Christ's -- our Beloved's.





From my Hafiz chapter, in my Penguin anthology, Love Poems from God.

By Daniel Ladinsky
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A typical meditation session, at least for the first 5 days of the retreat. Roflmfao.

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For those of you interested in some more complex geo-mathamatical concepts... here is a great explanation of the 'Pythagorean Triples', whole numbers that can form the sides of a right angle triangle. It has surprised me many times how important the Pythagorean Theorum is to geometry. Triangulation is a very core concept.The pythagorean triples like (3, 4, 5), (5, 12, 13), etc. all follow a nice pattern which complex numbers expose in a beautiful way. Brought to you by you: h... ... See MoreSee Less

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The design here is a projection of a higher dimensional matrix called the E8. It has some very unusual properties that make it a focus of cutting edge physics in the work of the Quantum Gravity Research Group, and physicist Garret Lisi. It is the same 60 degree symmetry as the Flower of Life and Metatrons Cube designs. The background here is an exquisite subtle Flower of Life texture, and it is also available without the E8. https://sacredgeometrical.com/products/theory-of-everything-e8-white-whole-womans-ls-sj-tshirt-white

The design here is a projection of a higher dimensional matrix called the E8. It has some very unusual properties that make it a focus of cutting edge physics in the work of the Quantum Gravity Research Group, and physicist Garret Lisi. It is the same 60 degree symmetry as the Flower of Life and Metatron's Cube designs. The background here is an exquisite subtle Flower of Life texture, and it is also available without the E8. sacredgeometrical.com/products/theory-of-everything-e8-white-whole-womans-ls-sj-tshirt-white ... See MoreSee Less

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Totally radical yoga pants design made from overlapping triangles of the primary colors.  Available here https://sacredgeometrical.com/products/spectral-triangles-yoga-pants  - The relationship between red, green, blue, and cyan, magenta, yellow, is a very interesting one. The study of light and the theory of color has been  one of the most fruitful areas of science, and yet there are still many mysteries as to why and how and even what we are perceiving! Perhaps the colors you perceive are totally different from those I perceive, and yet, to a large extent we can agree that some colors go better together than others.

Totally radical yoga pants design made from overlapping triangles of the primary colors. Available here sacredgeometrical.com/products/spectral-triangles-yoga-pants - The relationship between red, green, blue, and cyan, magenta, yellow, is a very interesting one. The study of light and the theory of color has been one of the most fruitful areas of science, and yet there are still many mysteries as to why and how and even 'what' we are perceiving! Perhaps the colors you perceive are totally different from those I perceive, and yet, to a large extent we can agree that some colors go better together than others. ... See MoreSee Less

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Benior Mandelbrot does a TED talk! The father of fractal geometry explains some basic facts of the universe that had been pretty much missed or put in the too hard box until the mid twentieth century.http://www.ted.com At TED2010, mathematics legend Benoit Mandelbrot develops a theme he first discussed at TED in 1984 -- the extreme complexity of roughness... ... See MoreSee Less

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The web of life is woven by all of us.

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The vibe of 3D fractals fascinates me. Many of them seem darker and stranger than one would expect from a geometry. Many seem organic or mechanical, but that is mostly just our classification system. The weirdness seems to be more than just our biases. Do you agree?Zoom into a hybrid of 3 Mandelboxes and a Mengersponge along the z-axis to a zoomlevel of 6*10¹⁶. 7400 JPEG-frames @ 1600x1200 with 2x Anti-Aliasing in Mande... ... See MoreSee Less

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This book presents a synthesis of ideas from many of the most brilliant and inspired minds of our history, and shows how the ancient tradition of sacred geometry is as relevant as ever to the latest developments in society and technology. It covers an amazingly wide range of topics, from the simplest patterns, to the subtlest complexities of space and time, body and mind. It can quickly bring you up to speed with the essential fundamental forms and primary principles, and intrigue you with glimpses into the harmonic patterns that appear at every level of existence from the subatomic to the supergalactic.  READ FOR FREE HERE www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

This book presents a synthesis of ideas from many of the most brilliant and inspired minds of our history, and shows how the ancient tradition of sacred geometry is as relevant as ever to the latest developments in society and technology. It covers an amazingly wide range of topics, from the simplest patterns, to the subtlest complexities of space and time, body and mind. It can quickly bring you up to speed with the essential fundamental forms and primary principles, and intrigue you with glimpses into the harmonic patterns that appear at every level of existence from the subatomic to the supergalactic. READ FOR FREE HERE www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Julian Assange, was confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in London for 7 years without charge. He was still active online via Wikileaks in speaking truth to power. So they blackmailed/bribed the new Ecuadorian president, and Julian's internet and visiting privileges were cut off, nearly a year ago now. He is effectively a political prisoner in what has become an Ecuadorian jail inside the embassy in London. Obviously he still considers it a better option than being disappeared into a US military prison for reprogramming. - Here is the last interview he did before being cut off from speaking to us. Its a good one.MANDATORY CREDIT: World Ethical Data Forum WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange could be seen in his final video before Internet and communications were cut o... ... See MoreSee Less

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So you think you know where you are ? Please explain ... after watching this 10 minute video about cosmic modelshttp://www.scienceandnonduality.com Science and Nonduality Conference 2011 - "Visualizing Cosmic Models: A Situated Approach, a clip from David McConville's ... ... See MoreSee Less

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The hyper-diamond, or 24 cell, or optaplex, is the extra one of the 6 four dimensional platonic solids.  It is also the four dimensional vector equiliborium defined by the centres of 24 hyperspheres surrounding a central one.  Read more about this fascinating form at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

The 'hyper-diamond', or '24 cell', or optaplex, is the 'extra' one of the 6 four dimensional platonic solids. It is also the four dimensional vector equiliborium defined by the centres of 24 hyperspheres surrounding a central one. Read more about this fascinating form at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

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I love this very entertaining 20 min movie. Watch it here https://sacredgeometryweb.com/whatisreality/  - - - It is the best explanation of how higher dimensional geometry relates to some cutting edge modern physics.  It contains some very funny and profound philosophical musings about reality. I guarantee if you give it some good attention it will blow your mind! This is what I believe the scientific side of sacred geometry is all about!

I love this very entertaining 20 min movie. Watch it here sacredgeometryweb.com/whatisreality/ - - - It is the best explanation of how higher dimensional geometry relates to some cutting edge modern physics. It contains some very funny and profound philosophical musings about reality. I guarantee if you give it some good attention it will blow your mind! This is what I believe the scientific side of sacred geometry is all about! ... See MoreSee Less

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