Reality is mathematics / Mathematics is reality ?

I have two hours flight time in my log-book. Did a few arial maneuvers just like a bird....:)
Like a bird airodynamatics ie flapping wings ie like some of those in old black and white movies?

But it's true, people are actually "apes".......:mad:.......not the other way around.............o_O

A branch of the hominid classification is with 100% human DNA not 98%

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Like a bird airodynamatics ie flapping wings ie like some of those in old black and white movies?
Naahh, a top-winged Cessna. I took flying lessons when we were playing in Phoenix. Just a taste...
understanding....:)
Just like sailing (vertical flying) uses the same principles of "lift". It's all mathematical.
A branch of the hominid classification is with 100% human DNA not 98%

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Well, human DNA is actually only 1% of the entire hominid microbiome
A microbiome is a mix of organisms that coexist in a defined space on a much smaller scale.
For example, the human microbiome is the collection of bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that are present on or in a human body.
A 'biota' is the total collection of organisms of a geographic region or a time period, from local geographic scales and instantaneous temporal scales all the way up to whole-planet and whole-timescale spatiotemporal scales. The biotas of the Earth make up the biosphere.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biome
 
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Did we? Or did we copy it from insects?
You're so avian-centric. :wink:
Actually I am a great admirer of insects, they could do very sophisticated things hundreds of millions of years before man even existed. I often recommend the Hellstrom Chronicle as an excellent movie about the birth and evolution of insects, in spite of its age.

Insects invented flight, but their very variety does not provide a fundamental model, whereas all birds employ a similar highly evolved lift and propulsion system specifically evolved for carrying massive bodies very efficiently, allowing them to migrate great distances and can be used as a standard flight model.
Hence the flapping wings on the first airplanes.

Angels have bird-wings.....:)
 
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If angels had wasp wings, we might look at them very differently...
We do now, in the Marvel Comics.
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True, but we can bring that back easily.
It is quite remarkable of the many ways flight can be achieved. If we look at the variety in flight systems employed by insects, mammals, and humans, the evolutionary process of functional mathematical aerodynamic patterns becomes
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What you really mean is ...the evolutionary process of functional aerodynamic patterns becomes clear - there's no math in your examples.
Correct, human maths explain the functional aerodynamic patterns (relative values) in great detail, symbolic of the way it really works in nature.

And IMO, that does not falsify the logical regularity of the way it really works, it proves it!
 
Does it REALLY? Does the mathematics prove that, ON ITS OWN?! :)
No, the mathematical precision proves the mathematical potentials. On its own it just works the way it does in a manner that can be represented with mathematics.

Human symbolic representations address the various relative values and functions and cosmologists admit to the uncanny accuracy of human symbolic mathematical representations of natural inherent universal potential for regularity.

Self-similar mathematical values and functions are beautifully expressed in dynamic cell mitosis.
mitosis, noun
BIOLOGY
  1. a type of cell division that results in two daughter cells each having the same number and kind of chromosomes as the parent nucleus, typical of ordinary tissue growth.
    "the single large egg cell subdivides by repeated mitosis"
Mitosis is a mathematical function, it's a division into equal parts.

And here is a representation of how the function actually looks like in nature.

For a more comprehensive lecture by Drew Berry:
He uses a term "exquisite fidelity" as an aspect of the mathematical potentials in mitosis.

p.s. the "travel" scaffolding consists of micro-tubules, which are biological micro computers present in all eukariotic organisms and which use electro-chemical signaling as the mathematical language for information processing.

mitosis is a mathematical cellular "quorum sensing" (treshold) function.
 
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Description. ... That is, the physical universe is not merely described by mathematics, but is mathematics (specifically, a mathematical structure). Mathematical existence equals physical existence, and all structures that exist mathematically exist physically as well.
Mathematical universe hypothesis - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematical_universe_hypothesis

Do not ask "why"? Ask "why not?" A dynamic space-time consisting of regularly repeating mathematical (ordered) patterns does not seem particularly exotic or illogical to me.

It's rather elegant in its extreme simplicity of a few meta-physical baseline rules with the ability for creating an infinite number of complex patterns, guided by a small set of abstract ordering potentials, as essential to an orderly evolution of the 3D + Time spacetime pattern, as we know it.
 
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p.s. the "travel" scaffolding consists of micro-tubules, which are biological micro computers present in all eukariotic organisms and which use electro-chemical signaling as the mathematical language for information processing.

Is this information any good to you?

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The inventors of the device used quantum mechanics to solve the dilemma of choosing between stable, long-term data storage and low-energy writing and erasing.


https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190620100015.htm

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Correct, human maths explain the functional aerodynamic patterns (r̶e̶l̶a̶t̶i̶v̶e̶ ̶v̶a̶l̶u̶e̶s̶s) in great detail, symbolic of the way it really works in nature.
Except there are no "relative values" in your examples.
 
Except there are no "relative values" in your examples.
Aerodynamics does not rest on values?
aerodynamics, noun
  1. the study of the properties of moving air and the interaction between the air and solid bodies moving through it.
    • the properties of a solid object regarding the manner in which air flows around it.
      "the plane has the aerodynamics of a brick once the forward thrust is lost"
Everything has a relative value. It is what distinguishes one thing from another.
 
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