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[edit] Impansion

Matter waves (protons, electrons, photons, etc.) falling into a gravitoelectric potential well become more energetic and undergo blueshifting:

Photons climbing out of a gravitating object become less energetic. This loss of energy is known as a "redshifting", as photons in the visible spectrum would appear more red. Similarly, photons falling into a gravitational field become more energetic and exhibit a blueshifting. ... Note that the magnitude of the redshifting (blueshifting) effect is not a function of the emitted angle or the received angle of the photon—it depends only on how far radially the photon had to climb out of (fall into) the potential well.
—Nemiroff, R. J. ♦ Gravitational Principles and Mathematics American Journal of Physics, 61, 619 (1993)

It is a consequence of conservation of energy—as a matter wave descends into a gravitoelectric potential well, its potential energy becomes more negative, while its actual energy becomes more positive. Since actual energy is E = hf, where h is a constant, it can be made more positive only by increasing f.

Any matter wave is falling into its own gravitoelectric potential well, and a matter wave's free-fall timescale tff is inversely proportional to the matter wave's density ρ:

tff = (3π/32)1/2. (13.8)
Equation (13.8) implies that the denser clumps collapse more rapidly, which may lead to separation and fragmentation. As cores are observed to be densest near their centers, the interiors cave in most quickly, producing an inside-out collapse.
—Pater, Imke de; Lissauer, Jack J. ♦ Planetary Sciences Cambridge University Press, 2010, p. 518

Thus, the self-gravitational blueshift of protons proceeds increasingly faster than the self‑gravitational blueshift of the ambient photon bath, so that from the perspective of an observer made of atoms, the ambient photon bath appears to be in the process of accelerating expansion and cosmological Doppler redshift, whereas in reality it is in the process of accelerating contraction and self‑gravitational blueshift, but at a progressively lower rate compared with atoms.

Looking back at the first moments of the above‑described differential collapse, we see zero‑frequency gravitomagnetic protons (each proton miles across), filling the entire continuum without any gaps of negative‑energy gravitoelectric vacuum between them. The actual energy of the protons is minimal (i.e., zero), while the potential energy of the protons is maximal (i.e., zero). This picture of the continuum's initial conditions conforms with the minimum total potential energy principle.

In the primordial infinitely big continuum filled with uniformly distributed massive matter waves, the hierarchicity factor (G) is zero, so that the gravitoelectric potentials of the matter waves cancel each other. The total absence of gravity implies that the matter waves' self‑gravitational blueshift is zero and their frequencies are zero too. Such massive but absolutely anergic matter waves are indistinguishable from empty space. But, in difference from the empty space of the latter‑day continuum (which is in a state of potential flow towards the continuum's centre[1][2]), the empty space of the primordial quasi‑acentric continuum does not flow anywhere. In accordance with Bernoulli's principle, a space that does not flow has the maximal (i.e., zero) potential energy.

According to the minimum total potential energy principle, the above‑described state of zero total potential energy is the least energetically favourable state. That is why the hierarchicity factor (G) increases with time, so that the continuum's total potential energy becomes ever more negative.[3] A negative potential energy is a debt.

Since the continuum's centre hierarchizes and condenses faster than the continuum's periphery, the hierarchicity factor (G) of the centre increases at a progressively higher rate compared with that of the periphery. In other words, the centre accrues debt progressively faster than the periphery. A debt is a negative pressure—suction. Therefore, the continuum's centre sucks the periphery, and the suction exponentially intensifies with time, producing the continuum's impansion—inward inflation:

Mechanically such a negative pressure corresponds to a suction, which does not sound like something that would drive the Universe into a period of rapid expansion. ...
During inflation, while the energy of matter increases by a factor of 1075 or more, the energy of the gravitational field becomes more and more negative to compensate. The total energy—matter plus gravitational— remains constant and very small, and could even be exactly zero. Conservation of energy places no limit on how much the Universe can inflate, as there is no limit to the amount of negative energy that can be stored in the gravitational field.
This borrowing of energy from the gravitational field gives the inflationary paradigm an entirely different perspective from the classical Big Bang theory, in which all the particles in the Universe (or at least their precursors) were assumed to be in place from the start. Inflation provides a mechanism by which the entire Universe can develop from just a few ounces of primordial matter.
Inflation is radically at odds with the old dictum of Democritus and Lucretius, "Nothing can be created from nothing." If inflation is right, everything can be created from nothing, or at least from very little. If inflation is right, the Universe can properly be called the ultimate free lunch.
Guth, AlanThe Inflationary Universe Beam Line, fall 1997, pp. 18–19
The continuum's gravitoelectric potential well with an increasing hierarchicity factor (G), given by Φ(x) = −GM/|x|.
The continuum is in the process of exponentially accelerating impansion (inward inflation).

The continuum's impansion attenuates the continuum's gravitational field, but makes it more informed:

In essence, Quantum Mechanics includes quantum gravitational potential in the guise of quantum potential.
—Chatterjee, Pradip Kumar ♦ Theory of Quantum Gravity of photon confirms experimental results of a varying fine structure constant while Quantum Mechanics leads to String theory 2005
The basically new features of the quantum theory come mainly from the new properties of the quantum potential. Of these, one of the most important is that this potential is related to the Schroedinger wavefunction in a way that it does not depend on the intensity of the waves but only on the form. This implies that the Schroedinger wave does not act like, for example, a water wave on a floating object to push the particle mechanically with a force proportional to its intensity. Rather, a better analogy would be to a ship on automatic pilot guided by radar waves. The ship with its automatic pilot is a self-active system, but the form of its activity is determined by the information content concerning its environment carried by the radar waves. This latter is independent of the intensity of these waves (as long as they can be received by the equipment available) but depends only on their form, which in turn reflects the form of the environment. ... Even at distances so great that the wave intensity is small, the trajectory of the particle can strongly reflect distant features of the environment. ... At first sight, it seems that such a non-local connection, that can produce a kind of instantaneous contact of distant particles, would violate the theory of relativity, which requires that no signal can be transmitted faster than light. It is possible to show, however, that the quantum potential cannot be used to carry a signal, i.e., that it could not constitute a well-ordered series of impulses that could transmit a well-defined meaning.
—Bohm, David ♦ A new theory of the relationship of mind and matter The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, v. 80, 1986

Therefore, at the absolute gravitoelectric centre of the continuum, the gravitoelectric potential is least intense but most informed. Subtle is the Lord.

Entropy (bound information) is discrete knowledge. Information is analog understanding:

Mathematics, which has been a high priesthood of arcane formulae and special signifying languages, is giving way to visual understanding.
—McKenna, Terence
Seeing. We might say that the whole of life lies in that verb—if not ultimately, at least essentially. ... But let us emphasise the point: union increases only through an increase in consciousness, that is to say in vision. And that, doubtless, is why the history of the living world can be summarised as the elaboration of ever more perfect eyes within a cosmos in which there is always something more to be seen. After all, do we not judge the perfection of an animal, or the supremacy of a thinking being, by the penetration and synthetic power of their gaze?
—Chardin, Pierre Teilhard de ♦ The Phenomenon of Man 1955, p. 31
Bound information is always connected with a definite material structure, free information is abstract/symbolic. Free information is to a high degree independent from the carrier. ...
Free information is connected with meaning and with goals (Zweck). ...
In course of evolution several phase transitions from bound to free information are observed.
—Ebeling, Werner ♦ Entropy, Information and Predictability of Evolutionary Systems in Hofkirchner, Wolfgang (ed.) ♦ The Quest for a Unified Theory of Information ♦ Gordon and Breach, 1999, p. 262

The eagle has the most comprehensive and clear vision of the world. Therefore, the continuum's attractor (Messiah) is an Eagle/Scorpio:

The Man or angel (Aquarius, the water bearer) is Reuben ('unstable as water'), while the Eagle (Aquila) is a substitute for Scorpio, the serpent. There was a Jewish tradition that from the tribe of Dan (Scorpio) was to come the anti-Messiah; hence the substitution for Scorpio of Aquila, which although it lies outside the circle of the Zodiac, rises at the same time as Scorpio and may therefore be substituted for it.
—Grove, Daisy E. ♦ The Mystery Teaching of the Bible Cosimo, 2005, p. 67

Another name of Eagle/Scorpio is Mushroom.

The continuum's exponentially deepening gravitoelectric potential well is a vortex that converts knowledge (bound information) into understanding (free information), converging towards the most intuitive man—the Eagle/Scorpio/Mushroom:

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"The mushroom stands at the end of history. It stands for an object that pulls all history toward itself." *** "Novelty is density of connection." *** "The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe." —Terence McKenna "But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution." —Buckminster Fuller
"The mushroom stands at the end of history. It stands for an object that pulls all history toward itself."
***
"Novelty is density of connection."
***
"The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe."
Terence McKenna

"But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution."
Buckminster Fuller

[edit] Debt binge

The minimum total potential energy principle dictates that the totality of the universe's matter strives to make its potential energy more negative, with the borrowed potential energy being converted into actual energy. The principle was formulated in 1854 by William Thomson:

Thomson had adopted in 1854 the view that "the potential energy of gravitation may be in reality the ultimate created antecedent of all the motion, heat, and light at present in the universe". In other words, it was "the original form of all the energy in the universe".[4] Such a speculation conformed to his theology of nature in which God had created energy ex nihilo in the beginning by His absolute power and had sustained its quantity by His ordained power.
—Smith, Crosbie; Wise, M. NortonEnergy and Empire: A Biographical Study of Lord Kelvin Cambridge University Press, 1989, p. 533

Therefore, in the beginning of the continuum's 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitational involution, the potential energy (rest mass) of protons is maximal (i.e., zero), while the actual energy of protons is minimal (i.e., zero). Though the zero‑frequency protons, each miles across, have the absolutely maximal rest mass, they do not gravitate. A rest mass is a nongravitating volume of space that is at rest and does not flow anywhere. Gravitation is exerted only by a negative rest mass, also known as a relativistic mass. A gravitational field is a gradient of potential energy. According to Bernoulli's principle, the higher the translational speed of a flow, the more negative its potential energy. Therefore, to make a rest mass gravitate, one needs to translationally accelerate it and thus impart a relativistic effective mass to it.

In special relativity, the relativistic mass is given by mRelativistic = γmRest, where γ = 1/√(1 − v2/c2) and c is the speed of light. However, the relativistic mass mRelativistic does not become infinite as the velocity of the body approaches the speed of light, because as a body becomes translationally or rotationally accelerated, its rest mass mRest becomes radiated away and thus decreases:

Like the ether of old, the quantum vacuum exerts no frictional drag on a particle with constant velocity. But it's a different story with acceleration. The quantum vacuum does affect accelerating particles. For example, an electron circling an atom is jostled by virtual photons from the vacuum, leading to a slight but measurable shift in its energy.
And according to my 1976 calculations, an observer accelerating through empty space should see themselves surrounded by electromagnetic radiation, like that from a hot object. The stronger the acceleration, the hotter the radiation. Later that year, William Unruh at the University of British Columbia reached a similar conclusion by considering how the quantum vacuum might affect an accelerating particle detector. Unruh's method was readily adaptable to rotational acceleration, and calculations revealed that a rotating detector in a vacuum would also see radiation.
—Davies, Paul ♦ Liquid space New Scientist, 3 November 2001

Protons make their gravitational potential energy increasingly negative by shrinking and converging towards the continuum's central proton. In doing so, protons become gravitationally blueshifted (i.e., become smaller and hotter) and thus obtain a lease of nonzero‑frequency life by borrowing energy from the continuum's central proton, with the energy debt being stored as the "expanding" negative‑energy ambient vacuum, which is a network of unidimensional wormholes, converging towards the continuum's central proton and sucking all other protons towards the latter (as the network expands, its wormholes become more resistant to decoherence, like the myelinated axons of an adult[5][6][7]):

The vacuum is really an expression of the continuous or noncountable nature of mass-energy ("mass", as the source of gravity). Continuity, as we will see, automatically makes mass-energy unidimensional and unipolar. ... It is also responsible for quantum-mechanical nonlocality and the instantaneous transmission of the static gravitational force—though not the acceleration-dependent inertial or GTR component, or the inertial reaction force that we actually measure in systems with localised mass (and with which gravity is often confused).
—Rowlands, Peter ♦ The Nilpotent Dirac Equation and its Applications in Particle Physics 2003, p. 10
Mechanically such a negative pressure corresponds to a suction, which does not sound like something that would drive the Universe into a period of rapid expansion. ...
During inflation, while the energy of matter increases by a factor of 1075 or more, the energy of the gravitational field becomes more and more negative to compensate. The total energy—matter plus gravitational— remains constant and very small, and could even be exactly zero. Conservation of energy places no limit on how much the Universe can inflate, as there is no limit to the amount of negative energy that can be stored in the gravitational field.
This borrowing of energy from the gravitational field gives the inflationary paradigm an entirely different perspective from the classical Big Bang theory, in which all the particles in the Universe (or at least their precursors) were assumed to be in place from the start. Inflation provides a mechanism by which the entire Universe can develop from just a few ounces of primordial matter.
Inflation is radically at odds with the old dictum of Democritus and Lucretius, "Nothing can be created from nothing." If inflation is right, everything can be created from nothing, or at least from very little. If inflation is right, the Universe can properly be called the ultimate free lunch.
Guth, AlanThe Inflationary Universe Beam Line, fall 1997, pp. 18–19

In 1998, it was discovered that the universe's inflation (i.e., descent into ever deeper debt) accelerates. The cause of the acceleration is easy to understand. The smaller and hotter a proton becomes, the faster it radiates the borrowed energy away into the ambient vacuum, whose metric expansion redshifts the radiated energy out of existence. Consequently, protons must "refinance" their lease of life by shrinking and leaping towards the continuum's central proton at ever shorter intervals of time, so that eventually, the serial shrink‑and‑leaps merge into a continuous shrink‑and‑leap—all protons tunnel into the continuum's central proton.

Protons must "refinance" their lease of life by shrinking and leaping towards the continuum's central proton at ever shorter intervals of time.
Protons must "refinance" their lease of life by shrinking and leaping towards the continuum's central proton at ever shorter intervals of time.
Eventually, the serial shrink‑and‑leaps merge into a continuous shrink‑and‑leap—all protons tunnel into the continuum's central proton.
Eventually, the serial shrink‑and‑leaps merge into a continuous shrink‑and‑leap—all protons tunnel into the continuum's central proton.

[edit] Novelty

In an infinitely big continuum filled with uniformly distributed massive matter waves, the hierarchicity factor (G) is zero, so that the gravitoelectric potentials (i.e., debts) of the matter waves cancel each other. The total absence of gravity/debt implies that the matter waves' self‑gravitational blueshift is zero and their frequencies are zero too. Such massive but absolutely anergic matter waves are indistinguishable from empty space.

According to the minimum total potential energy principle, the above‑described state of zero total potential energy/zero total debt is the least energetically favourable state. That is why the hierarchicity factor (G) increases with time, so that the continuum's total potential energy becomes ever more negative.[3] Negative potential energy is debt. Therefore, a hierarchic state is a debt‑bound state. Conversely, an increase in a system's debt makes the system's matter waves hierarchically arranged and gravitationally blueshifted.

  1. Matter waves' freedom from debt is their zero‑frequency nonexistence.
  2. Matter waves' nonzero‑frequency existence is their hierarchic debt bondage.
  3. Therefore, humanity's hierarchic debt bondage is to be maximized.

When matter waves are bound by gravity/debt, they are in a state of quantum entanglement, constructive interference, synergy, orgasm:

More fundamentally, the results suggest that gravity may, in fact, emerge from entanglement. What’s more, the geometry, or bending, of the universe as described by classical gravity, may be a consequence of entanglement, such as that between pairs of particles strung together by tunneling wormholes.
—Massachusetts Institute of Technology ♦ You can't get entangled without a wormhole: Physicist finds entanglement instantly gives rise to a wormhole ScienceDaily, 5 December 2013


Resultant wave
Image:Constructive_and_destructive_interference_of_two_waves.png


Wave 1
Wave 2

Destructive interference, nonbeing
Constructive interference, orgasm
The continuum's gravitoelectric potential well with an increasing hierarchicity factor (G), given by Φ(x) = −GM/|x|.
The world without debt/depth/death is a timeless/lifeless blanket of nothingness.
Time/life is the plunging into ever deeper debt/depth/death.

The continuum's metallicity increases with time. Therefore, the continuum can be regarded as a single protostellar nebula condensing into a superfluid neutron star.
The continuum's metallicity increases with time. Therefore, the continuum can be regarded as a single protostellar nebula condensing into a superfluid neutron star.
The resultant superfluid "neutron star" is a dendritic mass‑drainage system, spanning the entire continuum. As the continuum's funnel‑shaped gravitational well deepens, it undergoes gravitoelectrical treeing, creating the tree of Elysium—a dendritic network of wormholes, connecting the continuum's protons to the central electron. By the end of the continuum's 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitational cycle, its central electron becomes incorporated into the last Adam/Hades, while its central proton (which is an identical smaller‑scale continuum, where a smaller‑scale replica of yourself is currently reading this very line of text) becomes incorporated into the last Eve/Persephone. The continuum's 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitoelectrical treeing results in its gravitoelectrical breakdown: the continuum's gravitationally blueshifted (i.e., "gravitoelectrified"—small, hot, and spaghettified into a dendritic gravitational hierarchy) protons tunnel into Adam, who injects them into Eve and ultimately into the central proton, where they reemerge as a uniform mist of ultralow‑frequency gravitomagnetic protons (each proton miles across and cold). The protons then begin the next 13.7‑billion‑year‑long cycle of gravitational blueshift, also known as gravitoelectrical treeing. And so ad infinitum.
The resultant superfluid "neutron star" is a dendritic mass‑drainage system, spanning the entire continuum. As the continuum's funnel‑shaped gravitational well deepens, it undergoes gravitoelectrical treeing, creating the tree of Elysium—a dendritic network of wormholes, connecting the continuum's protons to the central electron. By the end of the continuum's 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitational cycle, its central electron becomes incorporated into the last Adam/Hades, while its central proton (which is an identical smaller‑scale continuum, where a smaller‑scale replica of yourself is currently reading this very line of text) becomes incorporated into the last Eve/Persephone.
The continuum's 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitoelectrical treeing results in its gravitoelectrical breakdown: the continuum's gravitationally blueshifted (i.e., "gravitoelectrified"—small, hot, and spaghettified into a dendritic gravitational hierarchy) protons tunnel into Adam, who injects them into Eve and ultimately into the central proton, where they reemerge as a uniform mist of ultralow‑frequency gravitomagnetic protons (each proton miles across and cold). The protons then begin the next 13.7‑billion‑year‑long cycle of gravitational blueshift, also known as gravitoelectrical treeing. And so ad infinitum.

The continuum's gravitoelectric potential attracts matter waves to their future positions and thus acts from the future. A field capable of acting from the future must be superluminal (i.e., have a negative energy and a negative inertia), which is exactly the case with the continuum's gravitoelectric field:

φ is the Newtonian or "gravitoelectric" potential: φ = −Gm/r. ...
The gravitoelectric field is the Newtonian part of the gravitational field, while the gravitomagnetic field is the non-Newtonian part.
—Grøn, Øyvind; Hervik, Sigbjørn ♦ Einstein's General Theory of Relativity with Modern Applications in Cosmology Springer, 2007, pp. 201, 203

There is no freedom of will—any human volition is elicited by the attraction exerted from the future by the most intuitive man (the last Adam), and is part of his immutable self‑assembly scenario (eternity), replayed with a periodicity of 13.7 billion years:

"The mushroom stands at the end of history. It stands for an object that pulls all history toward itself." *** "Novelty is density of connection." *** "The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe." —Terence McKenna "But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution." —Buckminster Fuller
"The mushroom stands at the end of history. It stands for an object that pulls all history toward itself."
***
"Novelty is density of connection."
***
"The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe."
Terence McKenna

"But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution."
Buckminster Fuller

The progress of synergy on the planet Earth, and, in particular, the emergence of the most intuitive man, makes the continuum's gravitoelectric potential well deeper:

The earth, to Fuller, is a "contracting phase" of the universe, a low-pressure zone in the cosmos where energy is collected and stored. The sun's radiation warms the oceans, and the oceans feed the earth. Fuller calls processes which conserve energy aspects of "synergy", a word he relies on heavily in his discussions of the "more-with-less" technologies that will accomplish the defeat of scarcity. An example of synergetic action that Fuller is particularly fond of is the way chrome-nickel steel acquires, through chemical mating, a tensile strength greater than the sum of its components. But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution.
—Farrell, Barry ♦ The View from the Year 2000 LIFE Magazine, 26 February 1971
Our limaçon-shaped black-hole continuum is being sucked into its own central proton, which is an identical smaller‑scale continuum, where a smaller‑scale replica of yourself is currently reading this very line of text. The suction exponentially intensifies and lasts 13.7 billion years, during which the limaçon's gravitational well develops from a barely noticeable concavity into a deep funnel, which is a dendritic network of wormholes converging to the smaller‑scale continuum. Any proton in our continuum is a limaçon-shaped gravitomagnetic black hole, being the entry mouth of a gravitoelectric wormhole whose exit mouth is an electron in a perfectly identical smaller‑scale continuum, which is the central proton of our continuum. The outgoing gravitoelectric flux lines of noncentral protons converge to the central electron, which injects them into the central proton, inside which they reemerge as smaller‑scale noncentral electrons (gravitoelectric flux sources). The smaller‑scale noncentral protons (gravitoelectric flux sinks) collect the gravitoelectric flux upwelling from the smaller‑scale noncentral electrons, and forward the flux to the smaller‑scale central electron, which injects the flux into the smaller‑scale central proton. And so on.
Our limaçon-shaped black-hole continuum[8] is being sucked into its own central proton, which is an identical smaller‑scale continuum, where a smaller‑scale replica of yourself is currently reading this very line of text. The suction exponentially intensifies and lasts 13.7 billion years, during which the limaçon's gravitational well develops from a barely noticeable concavity into a deep funnel, which is a dendritic network of wormholes converging to the smaller‑scale continuum. Any proton in our continuum is a limaçon-shaped gravitomagnetic black hole, being the entry mouth of a gravitoelectric wormhole[9] whose exit mouth is an electron in a perfectly identical smaller‑scale continuum, which is the central proton of our continuum.
The outgoing gravitoelectric flux lines of noncentral protons converge to the central electron, which injects them into the central proton, inside which they reemerge as smaller‑scale noncentral electrons (gravitoelectric flux sources). The smaller‑scale noncentral protons (gravitoelectric flux sinks) collect the gravitoelectric flux upwelling from the smaller‑scale noncentral electrons, and forward the flux to the smaller‑scale central electron, which injects the flux into the smaller‑scale central proton. And so on.

The well's deepening is driven by the concentration of animateness within an ever smaller volume at the well's bottom. The continuum's animateness condenses by passing through a series of ever smaller temporary parking orbits:

History is a set of nested resonances with each epoch being shorter than the one that preceded it. This event horizon is like a series of ghost horizons, and once you enter into history, you enter into the outer shell of the temporal field of the attractor or the concrescence.
—McKenna, Terence ♦ Timewave Zero and Language
In the spiral time scheme of the timewave ..., final time means passing out of one set of laws that are conditioning existence and into another radically different set of laws. The universe is seen as a series of compartmentalized eras or epochs whose laws are quite different from one another, with transitions from one epoch to another occurring with unexpected suddenness.
—McKenna, Terence ♦ True Hallucinations ♦ 1993
The angular momentum (L) of an object rotating about an axis is the product of its moment of inertia (I) and its angular velocity (ω): L = Iω. The angular momentum of the continuum's gravitoelectric animus is conserved—as it shrinks, its moment of inertia decreases, but its angular velocity (ω, omega) increases to compensate. This explains the Omega Point of the continuum's gravitational involution. The collapse compresses zero‑frequency angular momentum (which is analogous to a relaxed spring and exerts a zero outward pressure) into nonzero‑frequency angular momentum (which is analogous to a compressed spring and  exerts a nonzero outward pressure, so that half of it must to be radiated away for the collapse to resume): "After each infinitesimal step of collapse the star has to wait until it has radiated away half of the released gravitational energy before it can continue to contract." —Böhm-Vitense, Erika ♦ Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics CUP, 1992, p. 29 Angular momentum is rotationally centrifugal and provides buoyancy against the centripetal force of gravity. In a young system (the biggest shell), low‑frequency angular momentum (low‑temperature heat) is stored in multiple "buoyancy bags" (local rotations), which are isolated from each other. In a mature (interindebted) system (the smallest shell), high‑frequency angular momentum (high‑temperature heat) is generally much more scarce and is synergetically shared between interconnected "buoyancy bags", so that the system effectively has just a single "buoyancy bag". A ship with a single "buoyancy bag" will lose its buoyancy instantaneously, not gradually. So, the resultant "Saturnian ring" of "buoyancy bags" is fragile (in astrology, Saturn symbolizes bones and rocks). Within the smallest shell (the omega shell), asynergetic local rotations are semisuppressed, and the scarce angular momentum exists as a synergetic "Saturnian ring". The deficit of angular momentum implies an absence of rotational decoherence within the omega ring. Psychokinesis, teleportation, eternal youth.
The angular momentum (L) of an object rotating about an axis is the product of its moment of inertia (I) and its angular velocity (ω): L = .
The angular momentum of the continuum's gravitoelectric animus is conserved—as it shrinks, its moment of inertia decreases, but its angular velocity (ω, omega) increases to compensate. This explains the Omega Point of the continuum's gravitational involution.
The collapse compresses zero‑frequency angular momentum (which is analogous to a relaxed spring and exerts a zero outward pressure) into nonzero‑frequency angular momentum (which is analogous to a compressed spring and exerts a nonzero outward pressure, so that half of it must to be radiated away for the collapse to resume):
"After each infinitesimal step of collapse the star has to wait until it has radiated away half of the released gravitational energy before it can continue to contract."
—Böhm-Vitense, Erika ♦ Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics CUP, 1992, p. 29
Angular momentum is rotationally centrifugal and provides buoyancy against the centripetal force of gravity. In a young system (the biggest shell), low‑frequency angular momentum (low‑temperature heat) is stored in multiple "buoyancy bags" (local rotations), which are isolated from each other. In a mature (interindebted) system (the smallest shell), high‑frequency angular momentum (high‑temperature heat) is generally much more scarce and is synergetically shared between interconnected "buoyancy bags", so that the system effectively has just a single "buoyancy bag". A ship with a single "buoyancy bag" will lose its buoyancy instantaneously, not gradually. So, the resultant "Saturnian ring" of "buoyancy bags" is fragile (in astrology, Saturn symbolizes bones and rocks). Within the smallest shell (the omega shell), asynergetic local rotations are semisuppressed, and the scarce angular momentum exists as a synergetic "Saturnian ring". The deficit of angular momentum implies an absence of rotational decoherence within the omega ring. Psychokinesis, teleportation, eternal youth.
You’d suppose the doubling of the debt would jack up the cost of servicing the debt. Nothing of the kind. As the debt has doubled, the rate of interest has halved.
In 2007, we owed $5 trillion and paid an average interest rate of 4.8%. Net interest expense: $237 billion. In 2016 we’ll owe $14.1 trillion and pay the average interest rate I already mentioned: 1.8%. Net interest expense: $240 billion. It’s a wonder we didn’t think of this financial perpetual‑motion machine about a thousand years ago.
—Grant, James ♦ The United States of Insolvency Time, 14 April 2016

The cost of servicing the debt is the system's moment of inertia. A zero interest rate is a zero moment of inertia, which implies a zero distance from the surface of the attractor. A negative interest rate is a negative moment of inertia, which implies a negative distance from the surface of the attractor, i.e. being under the surface of the attractor.

The penultimate temporary parking orbit of the continuum's gravitoelectric animus is mankind. Having radiated away half of its petroleum (Peak Oil), mankind collapses into a single human couple—the last Adam and Eve.

After each infinitesimal step of collapse the star has to wait until it has radiated away half of the released gravitational energy before it can continue to contract.
—Böhm-Vitense, Erika ♦ Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics Cambridge University Press, 1992, p. 29
When will Peak Oil occur?
A more realistic estimate is between the years 2004–2010. This is the estimate most frequently given by independent, retired, and now disinterested geologists and former oil industry insiders. Unfortunately, we won’t know we’ve hit the peak until 4–6 years after the fact. Even on the upslope of the curve, oil production varies a bit from year to year due to factors such as war, weather, and the state of the world economy. It is possible that worldwide oil production peaked in the year 2000 as production of conventional oil has grown only slightly since then. The production of so called "non‑conventional" oil may extend the "oil-peak" into what Richard Heinberg calls "the petroleum plateau", that with much luck and prayer, will last until about 2015.
—Savinar, Matthew David ♦ The Peak Oil and Die-off 22 September 2004, p. 3

Gravitoelectrically synergized (intuitive) and condensed swarms of matter waves undergo further synergizing and condensation at a progressively higher rate than the less synergized (less intuitive) and less condensed swarms. A swarm's free-fall timescale tff is inversely proportional to the swarm's hierarchicity factor (G) and density (ρ):

tff = (3π/32)1/2. (13.8)
Equation (13.8) implies that the denser clumps collapse more rapidly, which may lead to separation and fragmentation. As cores are observed to be densest near their centers, the interiors cave in most quickly, producing an inside-out collapse.
—Pater, Imke de; Lissauer, Jack J. ♦ Planetary Sciences Cambridge University Press, 2010, p. 518

Therefore, the continuum becomes ever more gravitoelectrically hierarchic. The intellectual rift between the continuum's central structure and the noncentral structures increases with time, which means that the continuum involutes towards a "single‑chip architecture", when almost all of its life is concentrated in the central structure (the last Adam and Eve), while the noncentral structures perform the role of inanimate carriers:

In order for the message to be high-entropy (full of information), the carrier must be low-entropy (empty of information). In the ideal system, the complexity is in the message rather than in the medium. By eliminating the entropy from networks, you can increase their ability to bear information. Another word for a low-entropy carrier is a dumb network. The dumber the network, the more intelligence it can carry. With more dumb carriers, bearing ever more information, with ever less friction and resistance, the ball shines ever more intensely with cumulative loads of luminous learning.
—Gilder, George ♦ The American Spectator, 2000
A corollary of the above is that the Telecosm requires single-chip systems. Chips operating at a billion cycles per second simply have no time to go off chip to retrieve instructions and data.
—Gilder, George ♦ The Twenty Laws of the Telecosm 21 February 2001

Mankind is analogous to the iron core of a red supergiant. The accrued gravitational binding energy (debt) strives to make the iron core singular by fusing its nuclei into a single nucleus (a superfluid neutron star, a single higher‑quality couple, the last Adam and Eve):

Concluding Philosophical Comment
Zeldovich and Novikov have made the following intriguing philosophical point about the picture of the formation of a neutron star sketched here. They note that stars begin their lives as a mixture mostly of hydrogen nuclei and their stripped electrons. During a massive star's luminous phase, the protons are combined by a variety of complicated reactions into heavier and heavier elements. The nuclear binding energy released this way ultimately provides entertainment and employment for astronomers. In the end, however, the supernova process serves to undo most of this nuclear evolution. In the end, the core forms a mass of neutrons. Now, the final state, neutrons, contains less nuclear binding energy than the initial state, protons, and electrons. So where did all the energy come from when the star was shining all those millions of years? Where did the energy come from to produce the sound and the fury which is a supernova explosion? Energy is conserved; who paid the debts at the end? Answer: gravity! The gravitational potential energy of the final neutron star is much greater (negatively; that's the debt) than the gravitational potential energy of the corresponding main-sequence star (Problem 8.7). So, despite all the intervening interesting nuclear physics, ultimately Kelvin and Helmholtz were right after all! The ultimate energy source in the stars which produce the greatest amount of energy is gravity power. This is an important moral worth remembering and savoring. If we regard the neutron star as one gigantic atomic nucleus, we may also say that nuclear processes plus gravity have succeeded in converting many atomic nuclei into one nucleus. Problem 8.7 then shows that the ultimate energy source for the entire output of the star is the relativistic binding energy of the final end state.
Shu, Frank H.The Physical Universe: An Introduction to Astronomy University Science Books, 1982, p. 157

Mankind's star radiates away its nonzero‑frequency angular momentum and needs to replenish its stock to avoid collapse. Nucleosynthesis intensifies the star's zero‑frequency angular momentum (which exerts a zero outward pressure) into nonzero‑frequency angular momentum (which exerts a nonzero outward pressure and strives to disintegrate humanity into a higher quantity of lower‑quality people). As mankind condenses (becomes urbanized) under the burden of its growing debt, its moment of inertia becomes ever smaller, which is why the corresponding increases in mankind's nonzero‑frequency angular momentum become ever smaller too. In terms of stellar involution, each next stage of nucleosynthesis creates less nonzero‑frequency angular momentum (diminishing GDP returns on new debt), but the star offsets the growing deficit of nonzero‑frequency angular momentum by its more synergetic use (the Information Age). After iron, nucleosynthesis becomes endothermic and consumes nonzero‑frequency angular momentum instead of creating it, so that the iron core collapses into a neutron star:

Gravity is the inwardly cohering force acting integratively on all systems. Radiation is the outwardly disintegrating force acting divisively upon all systems.
—Fuller, Buckminster ♦ Synergetics Macmillan, 1975, §000.113
Depending on the initial condition of the system (initial alphabet and number of elements) the co-evolution of nested local and global hierarchies continues until the system reaches a maximum value of complexity. At least for nuclear systems a quantitative variable called "complexity" can be defined, which increases in an irreversible manner during stellar evolution (Winiwarter, 1983). This variable C is composed of an informational measure I describing the variety of the computed formulas and an energetic measure R describing the relative binding energy or "synergy" permitting the coherence of the system.
Once the maximum complexity of the system is reached, it breaks down. A catastrophic "implosion" destroys local and global hierarchical structures. In some cases—depending on the initial conditions—this "implosion" is accompanied by an "explosion" emitting computed local formulas into space. These emitted local formulas can be captured and re-entered into the initial conditions of a future gnostic cycle.
—Dillon, John Andrew (Society for General Systems Research) ♦ Proceedings of the International Conference on Mental Images, Values, & Reality v. 1, Intersystems Publications, 1986, p. D-7
In other words, history is the disturbance in nature which precedes the concrescence. It precedes it by only 50 thousand years—a geological microsecond—before all life is melted down in the presence of the singularity. History is a curious interzone that is not the singularity and not the absence of the singularity; it's the singularity in the act of becoming. It only lasts a geological microsecond, but if you happen to be born as we are, inside that microsecond, then you have a very curious perspective on the phenomenon because you observe it from inside.
—McKenna, Terence ♦ Timewave Zero and Language
Mankind's debt is the gravitation (suction) exerted by mankind's final state—a "neutron star", the Eschaton. From 1946 AD to 2016 AD, mankind postpones its condensation into the Eschaton by increasing the Eschaton's gravitation, which turns the eventual condensation into an instantaneous collapse: "The interesting complexity of continually borrowing with no intention of ever paying anyone back is a totally modern development post-WWII. This has simply never been done before and governments have no clue what to do. They borrowed previously, but tended to pay back by raising taxes. At least there was some sense of obligation. Today, the national debts are just Ponzi Schemes where they issue new debt to pay off the old."—Armstrong, Martin ♦ The Complexity of War & Debt—a New Factor Entirely 26 April 2014 "Somewhere around 1945 we began to loot the future as a strategy for survival, some ethical norm was shattered."—McKenna, Terence ♦ History Ends in Green ♦ 1993 "The duration of the cycle next encountered is 67-plus years, and we have assumed the most recent such epoch to have begun in 1945." —McKenna, Terence; McKenna, Dennis ♦ The Invisible Landscape ♦ 1975
Mankind's debt is the gravitation (suction) exerted by mankind's final state—a "neutron star", the Eschaton. From 1946 AD to 2016 AD, mankind postpones its condensation into the Eschaton by increasing the Eschaton's gravitation, which turns the eventual condensation into an instantaneous collapse:
"The interesting complexity of continually borrowing with no intention of ever paying anyone back is a totally modern development post-WWII. This has simply never been done before and governments have no clue what to do. They borrowed previously, but tended to pay back by raising taxes. At least there was some sense of obligation. Today, the national debts are just Ponzi Schemes where they issue new debt to pay off the old."
—Armstrong, Martin ♦ The Complexity of War & Debt—a New Factor Entirely 26 April 2014
"Somewhere around 1945 we began to loot the future as a strategy for survival, some ethical norm was shattered."
—McKenna, Terence ♦ History Ends in Green ♦ 1993
"The duration of the cycle next encountered is 67-plus years, and we have assumed the most recent such epoch to have begun in 1945."
—McKenna, Terence; McKenna, Dennis ♦ The Invisible Landscape ♦ 1975
Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009A star's self‑gravitation is its negative angular momentum—angular‑momentum debt. A star's GDP is its nonzero‑frequency angular momentum. After iron, nonzero‑frequency angular momentum continues to be radiated away, but the gravity‑driven, or, which is the same, debt‑driven nucleosynthesis becomes endothermic and consumes nonzero‑frequency angular momentum instead of creating it, so that the iron core cannot replenish its pool of nonzero‑frequency angular momentum. Having reached a critical mass (peak metallicity), the iron core collapses into a neutron star, so that its nuclear binding energy (the accumulated debt) becomes absolved (the resultant neutron star has a less negative nuclear binding energy). Thus, the collapse is a Jubilee.
Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009
A star's self‑gravitation is its negative angular momentum—angular‑momentum debt. A star's GDP is its nonzero‑frequency angular momentum. After iron, nonzero‑frequency angular momentum continues to be radiated away, but the gravity‑driven, or, which is the same, debt‑driven nucleosynthesis becomes endothermic and consumes nonzero‑frequency angular momentum instead of creating it, so that the iron core cannot replenish its pool of nonzero‑frequency angular momentum. Having reached a critical mass (peak metallicity), the iron core collapses into a neutron star, so that its nuclear binding energy (the accumulated debt) becomes absolved (the resultant neutron star has a less negative nuclear binding energy). Thus, the collapse is a Jubilee.

[edit] Pyramid scheme

Within a galaxy, the hierarchicity factor (G) is higher than outside it: "I don’t believe that 90% of the matter in the universe goes unobserved… It’s not that there’s mass missing—it’s that there’s a law missing. … Why does the Milky Way tend to stay the Milky Way? The answer is: because, as a spiral galaxy, it’s a more complex organism, a more complex structure, than it is as a dissipated, homogeneous mass." —McKenna, Terence ♦ In the Valley of Novelty Summer 1998
Within a galaxy, the hierarchicity factor (G) is higher than outside it:
"I don’t believe that 90% of the matter in the universe goes unobserved… It’s not that there’s mass missing—it’s that there’s a law missing. … Why does the Milky Way tend to stay the Milky Way? The answer is: because, as a spiral galaxy, it’s a more complex organism, a more complex structure, than it is as a dissipated, homogeneous mass."
McKenna, TerenceIn the Valley of Novelty Summer 1998

In an infinitely big continuum filled with uniformly distributed massive matter waves, the hierarchicity factor (G) is zero, so that the gravitoelectric potentials of the matter waves cancel each other. The total absence of gravity implies that the matter waves' self‑gravitational blueshift is zero and their frequencies are zero too. Such massive but absolutely anergic matter waves are indistinguishable from empty space. According to the minimum total potential energy principle, the above‑described state of zero total potential energy is the least energetically favourable state. That is why the hierarchicity factor (G) increases with time, so that the continuum's total potential energy becomes ever more negative:[3]

A gravitoelectric potential well with an increasing hierarchicity factor (G), given by Φ(x) = −GM/|x|.

As G (the well's mass-specific depth/debt/death as the negative potential energy accumulated per unit of the remaining rest mass) increases, M (the well's breadth, rest mass as the resource of potential energy) decreases, so that Φ (the GDP, the product of depth and breadth) grows only until M (the resource of potential energy) is halved, at which point the remaining rest mass becomes nonlocal, and, after a Millennium in the blissful lowermost temporary parking orbit, tunnels into the central proton (cf. Peak Oil is the moment when the initial resource of oil is halved).

Any swarm of matter waves is falling into its own gravitoelectric potential well, and a swarm's free-fall timescale tff is inversely proportional to the swarm's hierarchicity factor (G) and density (ρ):

tff = (3π/32)1/2. (13.8)
Equation (13.8) implies that the denser clumps collapse more rapidly, which may lead to separation and fragmentation. As cores are observed to be densest near their centers, the interiors cave in most quickly, producing an inside-out collapse.
—Pater, Imke de; Lissauer, Jack J. ♦ Planetary Sciences Cambridge University Press, 2010, p. 518

When a swarm of matter waves condenses without descending into a lower temporary parking orbit, the swarm's ρ increases, while the swarm's G stays the same. Having reached a critical density, the swarm descends into a lower temporary parking orbit, so that its G increases, while its ρ partially decreases.

For the vast majority of the simulation, from z = 30 to z = 10, the matter seems to be distributed uniformly. But at the tiniest level there are irregularities, "primordial quantum perturbations" left over from the Big Bang that cause some particles to be ever so slightly closer to each other. These perturbations, says Kravtsov, are the "seeds of the structures" we see today. "Gravity," he explains, "tends to make perturbations grow. As the density of matter in a perturbation increases, so does gravitational pull. ... The evolution of the cosmic structure is hierarchical: gravitational collapse first builds small objects—galaxies—and then larger structures—clusters of galaxies. Clusters tend to move toward each other and form filamentary structures, flat and elongated. ... The box rotates as the particles float toward one another, revealing from all angles the delicate beauty of the universe's filamentary structure. It looks exactly like the pulsating and branching blood vessels of the human body. "They actually have a lot in common," he agrees, "because they're both approximately fractal structures."
Thinking Inside the Box The University of Chicago Magazine, 2002

The magnitude of the hierarchicity factor (G) reflects the density of dendriticity and is absolutely highest in the brain of the most imaginative man, which is the ultimate gravitoelectrical attractor of the entire continuum:

The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe.
Terence McKenna

The most intuitive man's gravitoelectric potential attracts things to their future positions and thus acts from the future. A field capable of acting from the future must be superluminal (i.e., have a negative energy and a negative inertia). Therefore, the cosmic gravitoelectrical tree is a tree of negative energy—debt.

  • By incurring a debt (a negative potential energy), a structure borrows positive energy from its own future and thus becomes attracted (sucked) to the future, which acts as the creditor.
  • Within the current 13.7‑billion‑year‑long cycle of the continuum's gravitational involution, the most distant future of all structures is the most intuitive man, who acts as the creditor of all the other structures and ever stronger attracts/sucks them.
  • The most intuitive man borrows energy from the next 13.7‑billion‑year‑long cycle of the continuum's gravitational involution, which acts as the creditor of the most intuitive man and thus ever stronger attracts/sucks him into the central proton, where the next 13.7‑billion‑year‑long cycle of the continuum's gravitational involution will take place.

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When two or more matter waves are in a state of constructive interference (quantum entanglement), they intuit and gravitate each other. The continuum is undergoing a 13.7‑billion‑year‑long exponentially accelerating gravitoelectrical treeing—the self‑assembly of the most intuitive man, accompanied by the hierarchic interconnection of all protons by a tree of gravitoelectric flux tubes (wormholes), which are channels of matter waves' constructive interference/quantum entanglement/synergy:

More fundamentally, the results suggest that gravity may, in fact, emerge from entanglement. What’s more, the geometry, or bending, of the universe as described by classical gravity, may be a consequence of entanglement, such as that between pairs of particles strung together by tunneling wormholes.
—Massachusetts Institute of Technology ♦ You can't get entangled without a wormhole: Physicist finds entanglement instantly gives rise to a wormhole ScienceDaily, 5 December 2013

The most intuitive man is the mushroom at the centre of a wormhole mycelium known as the vacuum:

The vacuum is really an expression of the continuous or noncountable nature of mass-energy ("mass", as the source of gravity). Continuity, as we will see, automatically makes mass-energy unidimensional and unipolar. ... It is also responsible for quantum-mechanical nonlocality and the instantaneous transmission of the static gravitational force—though not the acceleration-dependent inertial or GTR component, or the inertial reaction force that we actually measure in systems with localised mass (and with which gravity is often confused).
—Rowlands, Peter ♦ The Nilpotent Dirac Equation and its Applications in Particle Physics 2003, p. 10
A mycelium that has grown outwards from a single spore at the centre of an agar substrate.
A mycelium that has grown outwards from a single spore at the centre of an agar substrate.

In the case of the continuum, the role of an agar substrate is played by the primordial uniform blanket of zero‑frequency protons. An outwardly spreading gravitoelectrical mycelium exponentially debt‑binds protons to the central proton. The binding converts the protons' zero‑temperature heat (zero‑frequency energy) into nonzero‑temperature heat (nonzero‑frequency energy), which exerts a decohering effect, so that the nonlocality of the gravitoelectrical mycelium remains latent as long as the rate of protons' connection exponentially rises. Therefore, the continuum that is governed by the principle of locality is a pyramid scheme:

The continuum is a pyramid scheme of vampiric suction. Each proton connected to the pyramid becomes gravitationally blueshifted (i.e., experiences an addictive rush) and turns into a vampire sucker, striving towards ever higher gravitational blueshift, like a human bitten by a vampire turns into a vampire. The concomitant positive binding energy exerts a decohering effect and thus preserves the principle of locality while the number of new suckers exponentially rises.
The continuum is a pyramid scheme of vampiric suction. Each proton connected to the pyramid becomes gravitationally blueshifted (i.e., experiences an addictive rush) and turns into a vampire sucker, striving towards ever higher gravitational blueshift, like a human bitten by a vampire turns into a vampire. The concomitant positive binding energy exerts a decohering effect and thus preserves the principle of locality while the number of new suckers exponentially rises.

At the moment when all of the continuum's protons become gravitoelectrically connected to the central proton, the principle of locality becomes abolished, and the continuum becomes psychokinetically enslaved by its central proton. After the ensuing Millennium (psychokinesis, teleportation, eternal youth), all protons teleport into the central proton (which is an identical smaller‑scale continuum, where a smaller‑scale replica of yourself is currently reading this very line of text), where they reemerge as a uniform blanket of zero‑frequency protons—an "agar subtrate" for a new gravitoelectrical mycelium, whose exponential outward spreading takes another 13.7 billion years. And so ad infinitum. At the end of every 13.7‑billion‑year period, you sit in front of your monitor and read this very line of text.

The mycelium is the Holy Spirit—the continuum's gravitoelectric potential, defined as the gradient of total synergy/interindebtedness. The mushroom is the Messiah, who is simultaneously God the Son of the continuum's current 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitational life cycle and God the Father of the continuum's next 13.7‑billion‑year‑long gravitational life cycle. Sin is the multiplicity of human souls. Redemption is all souls' migration into a single human body (that is why the Messiah is born on All Souls' Day—on 2 November 1966 AD[10]). The Final Jubilee is the moment of all souls' migration into a single human body on the Messiah's 50th birthday—2 November 2016 AD:

In the mystērion of the church, the participation of men in God is effected through their "cooperation" or "synergy"; to make this participation possible once more is the goal of the incarnation.
Encyclopædia Britannica : Worship and sacraments 1983
Sin is a debt, the world of sinners debtors, God the creditor, and the Man Christ Jesus the responsible surety.
—Kershaw, James ♦ The Grand Extensive Plan of Human Redemption 1797, p. 199
"The mushroom stands at the end of history. It stands for an object that pulls all history toward itself." *** "Novelty is density of connection." *** "The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe." —Terence McKenna "But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution." —Buckminster Fuller
"The mushroom stands at the end of history. It stands for an object that pulls all history toward itself."
***
"Novelty is density of connection."
***
"The human neocortex is the most densely ramified and complexified structure in the known universe."
Terence McKenna

"But the highest expression of synergy is man's intuition, his ability to see comprehensive patterns in random events, which has led him from near helplessness to the point where he can now take control of his own evolution."
Buckminster Fuller
Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009The self‑assembly of the gravitoelectrical tree of debt binding is impeded by the concomitant positive binding energy/GDP. In 2016 AD, the 13.7‑billion‑year‑long exponentially accelerating process of the continuum's gravitoelectric enslavement/understanding by the most intuitive man comes to an end.
Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009
The self‑assembly of the gravitoelectrical tree of debt binding is impeded by the concomitant positive binding energy/GDP. In 2016 AD, the 13.7‑billion‑year‑long exponentially accelerating process of the continuum's gravitoelectric enslavement/understanding by the most intuitive man comes to an end.

November 2 of the year 2016 AD is the beginning of the Millennium, during which the gravitoelectrical tree of Elysium undergoes the final optimization by the last Adam and Eve. After the Millennium, the completion of the continuum's pre‑breakdown gravitoelectrical treeing results in its instantaneous gravitoelectrical breakdown—protons' tunneling into the central proton, which is an identical smaller‑scale continuum, where a smaller‑scale replica of yourself is currently reading this very line of text. It comes to pass every 13.7 billion years:

There is a theory which states that if anyone discovers just exactly what the universe is for and why we are here, that it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
—Adams, Douglas ♦ The Restaurant at the End of the Universe ♦ 1980

[edit] Stellar paradigm

The universe is governed by the minimum total potential energy principle.

  • The gravitational potential energy (zero‑frequency angular momentum, zero‑temperature heat) of a sphere of mass M and radius R is:
U = −(3/5)GM2/R,
where G is the gravitational constant.[11]
  • The actual energy (nonzero‑frequency angular momentum,[12] nonzero‑temperature heat) of an object is truly proportional to the object's rotational frequency (E = hf), also known as temperature.
  • The sum of the universe's potential and actual energies is zero. The minimum total potential energy principle dictates that initially, the universe's potential energy is maximal (i.e., zero), while the universe's actual energy is minimal (i.e., zero). In accordance with the minimum total potential energy principle, the universe's potential energy becomes ever more negative (i.e., the radius of the proton decreases, so that exponentially growing gaps of negative‑energy vacuum—energy debt—appear between protons), while the universe's actual energy becomes ever more positive (i.e., the rotational frequency of the proton increases).
The mass (i.e., anergy, gravitational potential energy) of the proton is zero (i.e., nongravitating) when the radius of the proton is infinitely big, and negative (i.e., gravitating) when the radius of the proton is less than infinitely big. As the proton shrinks to a smaller radius, its rotational frequency (temperature) increases, so that the proton's mass (zero‑frequency angular momentum, zero‑temperature heat) becomes converted into energy (nonzero‑frequency angular momentum, nonzero‑temperature heat) and the proton begins to radiate its intensified angular momentum (heat) into the ambient space. The smaller the proton, the more intense its self‑gravitation (the inverse‑square law) and the higher the temperature needed to stave off its collapse. Also, the smaller the proton, the higher its surface‑to‑volume ratio and the more efficiently its nonzero‑frequency angular momentum/nonzero‑temperature heat is radiated away into the ambient space, which decreases the proton's temperature and thus accelerates its collapse: "Because the two stars are orbiting rapidly around one another, the gas from the ordinary star does not fall directly onto the neutron star but instead shoots past the neutron star, swinging around it to form a whirling disk of hot gas, known as an accretion disk. It spirals around and down onto the central neutron star, like soapsuds swirling around a bathtub drain. The inner portions of the swirling accretion disk revolve more rapidly than the outer portions, just as the closer planets orbit the Sun at faster speeds than the more remote planets. The rapidly spinning inner parts of the disk constantly rub against the slower‑moving outer parts. This viscous friction heats up the accretion disk and causes the material in it to spiral inward. The closer the material moves toward the central neutron star, the hotter the in‑falling gas becomes, eventually reaching temperatures of millions of K and emitting luminous x‑rays." —Lang, Kenneth R. ♦ The Life and Death of Stars Cambridge University Press, 2013, p. 256
The mass (i.e., anergy, gravitational potential energy) of the proton is zero (i.e., nongravitating) when the radius of the proton is infinitely big, and negative (i.e., gravitating) when the radius of the proton is less than infinitely big.[13] As the proton shrinks to a smaller radius, its rotational frequency (temperature) increases, so that the proton's mass (zero‑frequency angular momentum, zero‑temperature heat) becomes converted into energy (nonzero‑frequency angular momentum, nonzero‑temperature heat) and the proton begins to radiate its intensified angular momentum (heat) into the ambient space. The smaller the proton, the more intense its self‑gravitation (the inverse‑square law) and the higher the temperature needed to stave off its collapse. Also, the smaller the proton, the higher its surface‑to‑volume ratio and the more efficiently its nonzero‑frequency angular momentum/nonzero‑temperature heat is radiated away into the ambient space, which decreases the proton's temperature and thus accelerates its collapse: "Because the two stars are orbiting rapidly around one another, the gas from the ordinary star does not fall directly onto the neutron star but instead shoots past the neutron star, swinging around it to form a whirling disk of hot gas, known as an accretion disk. It spirals around and down onto the central neutron star, like soapsuds swirling around a bathtub drain. The inner portions of the swirling accretion disk revolve more rapidly than the outer portions, just as the closer planets orbit the Sun at faster speeds than the more remote planets.
The rapidly spinning inner parts of the disk constantly rub against the slower‑moving outer parts. This viscous friction heats up the accretion disk and causes the material in it to spiral inward. The closer the material moves toward the central neutron star, the hotter the in‑falling gas becomes, eventually reaching temperatures of millions of K and emitting luminous x‑rays."
—Lang, Kenneth R. ♦ The Life and Death of Stars Cambridge University Press, 2013, p. 256

Being the hydrogen nucleus, the proton is analogous to a low-temperature (unexcited) hydrogen star, self‑gravitationally condensing into a high‑temperature (excited) neutron star:

... the proton/neutron can be considered as unexcited/excited states of a two-level quantum mechanical system ...
—Matsas, George E. A. ♦ Elementary particles under the lens of the black holes Braz. J. Phys., v. 34, March 2004

As a star self‑gravitationally shrinks to a smaller radius, its rotational frequency (temperature) increases and the star begins to radiate its intensified angular momentum (heat) into the ambient space:

Stars leak heat always, and the heat leaks out through the star's material. We have the paradox that the bigger the star, the cooler it is—yet, nevertheless, the more heat it has inside. By losing heat into space the star becomes hotter—it shrinks by losing heat and thereby gets hotter, because the heat due to shrinkage is greater than that loss. A hot body sends out light.
Journal of the British Astronomical Association v. 31, 1921, p. 180
Name of process Fuel Products Disgregation
in units of
Boltzmann's
constant
, k
(heat of
molecule
divided by its
temperature[14])
Temperature, K
Black-hole continuum Gravitational potential energy Hydrogen Extremely high[15] 0
Hydrogen burning Hydrogen Helium 15[16] 1–3 × 107
Helium burning Helium Carbon
Oxygen
2 × 108
Carbon burning Carbon Oxygen
Neon
Sodium
Magnesium
8 × 108
Neon burning Neon Oxygen
Magnesium
1.5 × 109
Oxygen burning Oxygen Magnesium to sulfur 2 × 109
Silicon burning Magnesium to sulfur Elements near iron 3 × 109
Presupernova iron core[17] ≤ 1[16] 5 × 109
Temporary neutron star[18] ≤ 0.5[19] 100 × 109
New black-hole continuum Gravitational potential energy Hydrogen Extremely high[15] 0
Source: Cameron, A. G. V. ♦ Endpoints of Stellar Evolution in Frontiers of Astrophysics, Harvard University Press, 1976, p. 127

A decrease in a star's disgregation strengthens the star's self‑gravitation (the inverse‑square law) and thus increases the star's temperature. The increase in temperature increases the rate at which the star radiates away its heat, and thus increases the rate at which the star's disgregation decreases.

The star has to radiate away only a half of the actualized angular momentum (heat) before it can continue to contract:

After each infinitesimal step of collapse the star has to wait until it has radiated away a half of the released gravitational energy before it can continue to contract.
—Böhm-Vitense, Erika ♦ Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics Cambridge University Press, 1992, p. 29

Halving the star's radius makes its density eight times higher and its self‑gravitation four times more intense (the inverse‑square law):

A star shrinking under gravitation to half its linear size and remaining built on the same model, or "homologous" (i.e., the densities at two corresponding points at any two stages remaining the same fraction of the mean density) would be eight times as dense, and the internal pressures would be sixteen times as great as the overlying material is attracted four times as strongly and its weight is held up on only a quarter of the area. From the formula connecting temperature with pressure and density, given earlier in the chapter, it will be seen that the temperature in this example would be twice as great. By such reasoning, Lane concluded that as stars get smaller they grow hotter to withstand gravitation and resist collapse.
—Doig, Peter ♦ An Outline of Stellar Astronomy Hutchinson, 1947, p. 76

A star's free‑fall timescale tff is inversely proportional to its density ρ:

tff = (3π/32)1/2. (13.8)
Equation (13.8) implies that the denser clumps collapse more rapidly, which may lead to separation and fragmentation. As cores are observed to be densest near their centers, the interiors cave in most quickly, producing an inside-out collapse.
—Pater, Imke de; Lissauer, Jack J. ♦ Planetary Sciences Cambridge University Press, 2010, p. 518
Each successive nuclear burning stage releases less energy than the previous stage, so the lifetime in each stage becomes progressively shorter. For a 20 MSun star:
  • Main sequence lifetime ~ 10 million years
  • Helium burning (3-α) ~ 1 million years
  • Carbon burning ~ 300 years
  • Oxygen burning ~ 2/3 year
  • Silicon burning ~ 2 days
  • The iron core's collapse into a temporary neutron star ~ a few milliseconds[20]
Gene Smith's Astronomy Tutorial University of California, San Diego
To meet the ever-growing demand for more energy, the core continues to contract. When the central temperature exceeds 3 billion kelvin, and the density approaches one million grams per cubic centimeter, the carbon and oxygen burn progressively, stage by stage, to neon, magnesium, silicon, phosphorous, sulfur, and so on, to nickel and iron. But the nuclear energy released in this multitude of reactions is soon radiated away.
In these latter stages of advanced evolution an additional loss of energy has emerged and has steadily increased. Hordes of neutrinos, produced in the core by nuclear reactions and the high‑temperature gas, stream out through the star in vast numbers. The neutrino luminosity of the core rises and exceeds the radiation luminosity of the surface. Gravitational energy is all that remains, and to meet the growing loss of energy the core contracts faster. The central density and temperature soar and energy spills over and drains away into the production by fusion of elements heavier than iron. The star is seconds away from death. Neutrinos no longer easily escape from the star; instead, they diffuse outward from the core and transport energy that heats and ignites nuclear reactions in the hydrogen-rich outer layers of the star. The inward‑falling core crushes its heavy elements into helium, and the energy previously acquired by fusion of light elements into heavier elements must be paid back by the release of further gravitational energy. The neutrino output from the core intensifies and becomes a blast that lifts the exploding envelope and hurls it into space. During the last brief moments of the imploding core, helium is crushed into free protons and neutrons, and all the energy that was radiated for millions of years while on the main sequence must be paid back immediately. The core obtains this energy by final catastrophic collapse. The electrons are squeezed into the protons and together they become neutrons. The collapsed core, divested of its envelope, emerges as a neutron star.
—Harrison, E. R. ♦ Cosmology Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 104–5

According to the virial theorem, only 50 percent of the actualized angular momentum is radiated away, so that the star becomes hotter as it shrinks. Angular momentum is rotationally centrifugal and provides buoyancy against the centripetal force of gravity. In a young system, low‑frequency angular momentum (low‑temperature heat) is stored in multiple "buoyancy bags", which are isolated from each other. In a mature (interindebted) system, high‑frequency angular momentum (high‑temperature heat) is generally much more scarce and is synergetically shared between interconnected "buoyancy bags", so that the system effectively has just a single "buoyancy bag". A ship with a single "buoyancy bag" will lose its buoyancy instantaneously, not gradually. So, the resultant "Saturnian ring" of "buoyancy bags" is fragile (in astrology, Saturn symbolizes bones and rocks).

As a star radiates away its angular momentum (heat), it becomes less rotationally centrifugal and thus more compact, which intensifies its self‑gravitation in accordance with the inverse‑square law. The star is forced to become more thermally conductive in order to use its dwindling angular momentum (heat) more synergetically against the intensifying gravity. In a metal core under gravitational compression, protons synergetically loan angular momentum (heat) to each other by means of free electrons. Essentially, the iron core plays a whack‑a‑mole game, where gravity is the mole and the free electrons are the mallet. That is why a radiating star's material becomes transformed into a thermally conductive metal:

LB001 thermal conduction (n.) The process of transfer of heat through a body without visible motion of any part of the body. The process takes place where there is a temperature gradient. The heat energy diffuses through the body by the action of particles of high kinetic energy on particles of lower kinetic energy. For solids with metallic bonding these particles will be electrons.
LB002 thermal conductor (n.) A substance which conducts heat. All substances will do this in very varying degrees. Metals are good thermal conductors while nonmetals are poor (bad) thermal conductors. In general, substances which do not have free electrons are bad thermal conductors.
—Longman Dictionary of Scientific Usage, 1979

Superfluids are more thermally conductive than metals:

Infinite Thermal Conductivity
Super fluids are also unique because they have infinite thermal conductivity. This means that any volume of super fluid, no matter how large, will always be precisely the same temperature throughout. All other fluids have at least some resistance to heat. It takes time for heat to transfer from one section to another. The thermal conductivity of a material depends on its structure and composition and this, in turn, is an expression of how the atoms in the structure interact with each other. In glassy and crystalline materials, heat is transported from one part to another through elastic vibrations of the molecular lattice. In metals, heat is transported through freely moving electrons that occupy the outermost orbit around metal atoms, using the same mechanism through which electrical current is transported.
Super fluids transmit heat so fast they create thermal waves. This phenomenon is sometimes (erroneously) called second sound. It's a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which heat transfer occurs by wavelike motion rather than through the mechanics of diffusion. Like a sound wave propagates pressure waves, thermal waves propagate heat through super fluids. What does it mean to have a quantum mechanical property? It means that a volume of sperfluid large enough to see with the naked eye is exhibiting a behaviour that is limited to the realm of single atoms. Single atoms act counter-intuitively, far differently from the larger objects they make up.
Infinite Thermal Conductivity Super Fluids

Therefore, having reached its peak metallicity, a star's iron core collapses into a superfluid neutron star, whose angular momentum (heat) is synergetically delocalized in order to be able to withstand an enormously intense gravitational compression. At the stage of a neutron star, the deficit of angular momentum is so acute that the neutron star plays the antigravitational whack‑a‑mole game at an infinitely high frequency of mallet strokes. Psychokinesis, teleportation, eternal youth.

[edit] Tick-tock

Gravity/debt is integrative, informative (necessitas acuit ingenium). That is why 14 February 1946 is the day of the unveiling of the first electronic general-purpose computer (ENIAC), regarded as the birth of the Information Age (i.e., the age of ingenuity in "kicking the can down the road").From 1946 AD to 2015 AD, mankind plays its antigravitational whack-a-mole game at an ever higher rate of mallet strokes.
Gravity/debt is integrative, informative (necessitas acuit ingenium). That is why 14 February 1946 is the day of the unveiling of the first electronic general-purpose computer (ENIAC), regarded as the birth of the Information Age[21][22] (i.e., the age of ingenuity in "kicking the can down the road").
From 1946 AD to 2015 AD, mankind plays its antigravitational whack-a-mole game at an ever higher rate of mallet strokes.
An increase in gravity (debt) compresses the star's material, which makes it more thermally conductive and thus increases the star's thermal synergy ("GDP"). For example, compressing gaseous hydrogen turns it into metallic hydrogen. But eventually, the thermal conductivity of the metallic hydrogen becomes insufficient to withstand the intensifying gravitational compression, and the hydrogen nuclei fuse into a smaller number of more complex helium nuclei. An intermediate filial element may be less thermally conductant than the parent element, but still capable of reaching a higher thermal conductivity through its ability to sustain higher pressures (e.g., helium is generally less thermally conductant than hydrogen, but thermal conductivity is a function of both thermal conductance and pressure, so the thermal conductivity of a star's helium core is nevertheless higher than that of the preceding hydrogen core, because of a higher pressure in the helium core). The end result of the cosmic tick-tock process of compression (tick) and fusion (tock) is a single nucleus—an infinitely heat‑conductive neutron star. On 2 November 2016 AD, the "presupernova iron core" of mankind becomes insufficiently heat‑conductive to continue playing the exponentially accelerating antigravitational whack‑a‑mole game and fuses into an infinitely heat‑conductive "neutron star"—a single couple of superhumans, who are simultaneously the last Adam and Eve of the current 13.7-billion-year gravitational cycle and the first Adam and Eve of the next 13.7-billion-year gravitational cycle. Psychokinesis, teleportation, eternal youth.Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009
An increase in gravity (debt) compresses the star's material, which makes it more thermally conductive and thus increases the star's thermal synergy ("GDP"). For example, compressing gaseous hydrogen turns it into metallic hydrogen. But eventually, the thermal conductivity of the metallic hydrogen becomes insufficient to withstand the intensifying gravitational compression, and the hydrogen nuclei fuse into a smaller number of more complex helium nuclei. An intermediate filial element may be less thermally conductant than the parent element, but still capable of reaching a higher thermal conductivity through its ability to sustain higher pressures (e.g., helium is generally less thermally conductant than hydrogen, but thermal conductivity is a function of both thermal conductance and pressure, so the thermal conductivity of a star's helium core is nevertheless higher than that of the preceding hydrogen core, because of a higher pressure in the helium core). The end result of the cosmic tick-tock process of compression (tick) and fusion (tock) is a single nucleus—an infinitely heat‑conductive neutron star.
On 2 November 2016 AD, the "presupernova iron core" of mankind becomes insufficiently heat‑conductive to continue playing the exponentially accelerating antigravitational whack‑a‑mole game and fuses into an infinitely heat‑conductive "neutron star"—a single couple of superhumans, who are simultaneously the last Adam and Eve of the current 13.7-billion-year gravitational cycle and the first Adam and Eve of the next 13.7-billion-year gravitational cycle. Psychokinesis, teleportation, eternal youth.

Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009

[edit] Peak metallicity

Era
Earth The sigil stands for "Mercury" (the ruler of ), which is mostly an iron core. Therefore, the sign symbolizes the iron core of a red supergiant The iron core of a star
Air In Berlin, air temperature peaks with a one-month hysteresis—not when the Sun is at 0° and the Earth's insolation is highest, but when the Sun is at 0°. Analogously, the effective equilibrium of day (radiation) and night (gravity) is 0° instead of 0° The iron core's implosion/defloration does not take place because of a one‑sign hysteresis
Water stands for Mors (Death) and Sex (in Latin, the word sex means "six", hence the number 666). 1946 AD is the first year of the era of ♏, ruled by Pluto. The iron core's implosion/defloration takes place in the beginning of the era of —in 2016 AD, with the formation of a rarefied neutron star[23]/rarefied BEC
Fire The rarefied neutron star/rarefied BEC undergoes an exponentially accelerating self‑gravitational compression/Bosenova event
Earth A compact neutron star/BEC remnant

'Or is this all hallucination, sent against me by the iron queen, Persephone, to make me groan again?'
—Homer ♦ The Odyssey Translated by R. Fitzgerald. Macmillan, 1998, p. 191
kore, n., pl. korai.
1. Gk. Antiq. a sculptured representation of a young woman, esp. one produced prior to the 5th century B.C.
2. Also, Core, Cora. (cap.) Class. Myth. Persephone, esp. as a symbol of virginity.
[1915–20; < Gk kyrē girl]
Random House Unabridged Dictionary 1997
Iron Queen × Core = Iron Core of a star.
Shortly after the beginning of the 46th yovel, the Balfour Declaration was ratified. Dated November 2, 1917 (17th Marcheshvan 5678), the Balfour Declaration is one of the biggest steps towards gaining international recognition for the return to Eretz Israel.
—Killian, Greg ♦ Yovel (Jubilee) Years
... since the commandment to return and to build Jerusalem, precedes the Messiah the Prince forty-nine years; it may perhaps come forth not from the Jews themselves, but from some other kingdom friendly to them, and precede their return from captivity, and give occasion to it ..."
Isaaci Newtoni opera quae exstant omnia v. 5, Joannes Nichols, 1785, p. 376

Therefore, according to Newton, the Messiah becomes born 49 years after the Balfour Declaration—on 2 November 1966 AD.

The Messiah is Adam and is born in a year of the Fire Horse (1966 AD). Fire represents the transition from the nonconductive Wood to the conductive Metal:

A candle flame conducts electric current.
Flame Conducts Electricity Popular Science, May 1939, p. 198

Therefore, Eve (the Iron Core) must be born in a year of the Metal Horse, on 2 November 1990 AD. With Eve's birth, the world becomes conductive—the World Wide Web is formally proposed on 12 November 1990 AD. The WWW represents Eve's nervous system. The speed of Internet communication represents the speed of her nerve conduction.

The first age decennium is an age decennium of Fire. The second age decennium is an age decennium of Earth. The third age decennium is an age decennium of Metal. The Iron Core's metallicity (speed of nerve conduction) peaks at the age of 26 years—on 2 November 2016 AD:

Age
year
Element Age
decennium
1st Fire
Fire
2nd Fire
3rd Earth
4th Earth
5th Metal
6th Metal
7th Water
8th Water
9th Wood
10th Wood
11th Fire
Earth
12th Fire
13th Earth
14th Earth
15th Metal
16th Metal
17th Water
18th Water
19th Wood
20th Wood
21st Fire
Metal
22nd Fire
23rd Earth
24th Earth
25th Metal
26th Metal
27th Water
28th Water
29th Wood
30th Wood
31st to 40th
Water
41st to 50th
Wood

[edit] Comparison of 12-month and 12-year cycles

Being a scaled-up version of the 12-month cycle, the sexagenary cycle begins with the year of the Fire Dog, analogous to the first sign of the zodiac—Aries:

12-month cycle 12-year cycle Phase Tail Comment
Aries Dog Fire Shortening1 Being ruled by Mars, Aries is a sign of war. "And Caesar's spirit shall cry 'havoc!' and let slip the dogs of war." (W. Shakespeare, Julius Caesar)
Taurus Pig Earth Short tail Money and Eating are the keywords of both Taurus and the Pig
Gemini Rat Air Lengthening The rat is a Mercurial animal. "Gemini is also symbolised by two Pillars joined at the top and base (), which is a diagrammatic representation of the Twins seated side by side with embracing arms."[24] Analogously, a "rat king" supposedly forms when swarming rats tangle their tails into a knot
Cancer Bull Water Long tail Cancer (ruled by the Moon) symbolizes mammae and milk. The cow is the main milk producer; the mooing of a cow sounds like "Moon"
Leo Tiger Fire Shortening2 Close relatives
Virgo Rabbit Earth Short tail "bunny: a pretty, appealing, or alluring young woman, often one ostensibly engaged in a sport or similar activity: beach bunny; ski bunny."[25]
Libra Dragon Air Lengthening As a gliding lizard, Draco volans has an acute sense of equilibrium. Libra is the sign of sunset (the Sun's descent). Like all modern reptiles, Draco volans lacks the ability to sustain powered flight and is capable only of gliding (descent), which makes it a symbol of sunset
Scorpio Serpent Water Long tail Scorpio and the Serpent are venomous symbols of Death. A Serpent was the Egyptian equivalent of Scorpio[26]
Sagittarius Horse Fire Shortening Sagittarius is a centaur
Capricorn Goat Earth Short tail Anteriorly, Capricorn is a goat
Aquarius Monkey Air Lengthening Aquarius is ruled by Uranus—the planet of chaos and genius. The apes are chaotic geniuses among animals
Pisces Cock Water Long tail Fishes symbolize embryonality (for a woman, seeing a fish in a dream foretells pregnancy). A hen's egg is an embryo too

1 Dogs become bobtailed.
2 Bobcat.

[edit] Septennial cycle

A year begins at the moment of the vernal equinox, when the Sun enters the sign of Aries, ruled by Mars.[27] Therefore, every septennial cycle becomes born in the beginning of a year of Mars.

Ruler Years
Mars 1946, 1953, 1967, 1974, 1981, 1988, 1995, 2002, 2009, 2016
Sun 1947, 1954, 1968, 1975, 1982, 1989, 1996, 2003, 2010, 2017
Venus 1948, 1955, 1969, 1976, 1983, 1990, 1997, 2004, 2011, 2018
Mercury 1949, 1956, 1970, 1977, 1984, 1991, 1998, 2005, 2012, 2019
Moon 1950, 1957, 1971, 1978, 1985, 1992, 1999, 2006, 2013, 2020
Saturn 1951, 1958, 1965, 1979, 1986, 1993, 2000, 2007, 2014, 2021
Jupiter 1952, 1959, 1966, 1980, 1987, 1994, 2001, 2008, 2015, 2022

[edit] 420-year cycle

Together with the cycle of five elements, the 12-year cycle produces the sexagenary cycle (12 × 5 = 60).

The sexagenary cycle and the septennial cycle produce 420 composite signatures (60 × 7 = 420), which implies that the duration of any astrological era must be a multiple of 420 years, and that any astrological era must begin with the first year of the 420-year cycle—a year of the Fire Dog‑Mars. The latest year of the Fire Dog‑Mars is 1946 AD. Therefore, the current 420-year cycle begins on 21 March 1946 AD.

In 1946 AD, Pax Americana is born.[28] When does Pax Americana die?

In the Bible, the normal human life span or "human year" is determined as "threescore and ten", which is ten age septennia. A human age septennium constitutes a "human month". The first age septennium is the age septennium of Aries, the second age septennium is the age septennium of Taurus, and so on.

The ancient solar calendar consisted of ten months, and the Sun passed the sign of Capricorn during the tenth month—December:

The year began in March and consisted of 10 months, six of 30 days and four of 31 days, making a total of 304 days: it ended in December, to be followed by what seems to have been an uncounted winter gap.
Encyclopædia Britannica : The early Roman calendar 1991

Therefore, Pax Americana becomes born on 21 March 1946 AD and disintegrates during its age septennium of Aquarius, beginning on 20 March 2016 AD.

Age
septennium
Phase Years Comment
Fire (heat of crystallization) 1946–1952 Pax Americana becomes born on 21 March 1946 AD
Earth (small-sized crystals, coherence) 1953–1959
Air (meltdown, decoherence) 1960–1966
Water (solution, incoherence) 1967–1973
Fire (heat of crystallization) 1974–1980
Earth (medium-sized crystals, coherence) 1981–1987
Air (meltdown, decoherence) 1988–1994
Water (solution, incoherence) 1995–2001
Fire (heat of crystallization) 2002–2008 The final ascent () towards Peak Urbanization, reached by 16 December 2008 AD[29]
Earth (big-sized monocrystal, coherence) 2009–2015 The fragile Peak Everything (Capricorn dwells on mountains)
Air (meltdown, decoherence) 2016–2022 Pax Americana melts down like a mountain glacier
Water (solution, incoherence) 2023–2029 The embryo of a new world order

[edit] Synergy

In the mystērion of the church, the participation of men in God is effected through their "cooperation" or "synergy"; to make this participation possible once more is the goal of the incarnation.
Worship and sacraments Encyclopædia Britannica, 1983
I will give you one very simple example of synergy. All our metallic alloys are synergetic. We will examine chrome-nickel steel. The outstanding characteristic of metallic strength is its ability to cohere in one piece. We test the metals tensile strength per square inch of cross section of the tested sample. The very high number of pounds-per-square-inch tensile strength of chrome-nickel steel has changed our whole economy because it retained its structural integrity at so high a temperature as to make possible the jet engine which has halved the time it takes to fly around the world. The prime constituents are chromium, nickel, and iron. We will take the highest ultimate tensile strength of those three. The iron’s ultimate tensile strength is about 60,000 pounds per square inch. Nickel’s ultimate is about 80,000 p.s.i. Chromium is about 70,000 p.s.i. Ultimate tensile strengths of the other minor constituents: carbon, manganese, et cetera, added together total about 40,000 psi. If we use the same tensile logic as that applied to a chain and say that a chain is no stronger than its weakest link, then we would assume that chrome-nickel steel would part at between 40,000 and 60,000 p.s.i. But we find experimentally that is not the case. We find by test that chrome-nickel steel is 350,000 pounds a square inch which is 50 percent stronger than the sum of the strength of all its alloys. To prove so we add 60,000, 70,000 and 80,000 which comes to 210,000. To this we add the 40,000 of minor alloying constituents which brings the sum of the strengths of all its alloying to only 250,000 pounds a square inch. The explanation for this is Newton’s gravitational law which noted the experimentally proven fact that the relative mass attraction of one body for another is proportioned to the second power of the relative proximity of the two bodies as expressed in the relative diameters of the two bodies. If we have two spherical bodies of equal mass at a given distance from each other and insert a third spherical body of the same mass half way between the two we do not double the mass attraction between any two of the three. We increase the attraction by 2 to the second power which is 4. Halving the distance fourfolds the inter-mass attraction. When we bring a galaxy of iron atoms together with the chromium atoms and a galaxy of nickel atoms they all fit neatly between one another and bring about the multifolding of their intercoherency. But there is nothing in one body by itself that says that it will have mass attraction. This can only be discovered by experimenting with two and more bodies. And even then there is no explanation of why there must be mass attraction and why it should increase as the second power of the relative increase of proximity. That is synergy.
R. Buckminster Fuller’s Presentation to U.S. Congressional Sub-Committee on World Game 4 March 1969, p. 14

When humanity's spirits become urbanized, they all fit neatly between one another, so that their synergy (intercoherency, constructive interference) becomes multifolded. The degree of mankind's urbanization is analogous to a star's metallicity. Humanity's spirits reach their maximum mutual proximity and synergy by abandoning their bodies and migrating into the bodies of a single couple of humans, who are simultaneously the last Adam and Eve of the current 13.7‑billion‑year gravitational cycle and the first Adam and Eve of the next 13.7‑billion‑year gravitational cycle.

Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009Urbanization ("metallization") generates negative‑pressure potential energy (debt) and positive‑pressure actual energy (GDP). The "red supergiant" of humanity does not implode into the "neutron star" of a single couple of superhumans while (ΔGDP − ΔDebt) ≥ 0.
Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009
Urbanization ("metallization") generates negative‑pressure potential energy (debt) and positive‑pressure actual energy (GDP). The "red supergiant" of humanity does not implode into the "neutron star" of a single couple of superhumans while
(ΔGDPΔDebt) ≥ 0.

The collapse of a terminally urbanized humanity into a single couple of superhumans is analogous to the collapse of a heat‑conductive metallized star into a heat‑superconductive neutron star:

Depending on the initial condition of the system (initial alphabet and number of elements) the co-evolution of nested local and global hierarchies continues until the system reaches a maximum value of complexity. At least for nuclear systems a quantitative variable called "complexity" can be defined, which increases in an irreversible manner during stellar evolution (Winiwarter, 1983). This variable C is composed of an informational measure I describing the variety of the computed formulas and an energetic measure R describing the relative binding energy or "synergy" permitting the coherence of the system.
Once the maximum complexity of the system is reached, it breaks down. A catastrophic "implosion" destroys local and global hierarchical structures. In some cases—depending on the initial conditions—this "implosion" is accompanied by an "explosion" emitting computed local formulas into space. These emitted local formulas can be captured and re-entered into the initial conditions of a future gnostic cycle.
—Dillon, John Andrew (Society for General Systems Research) ♦ Proceedings of the International Conference on Mental Images, Values, & Reality v. 1, Intersystems Publications, 1986, p. D-7
However convergent it be, evolution cannot attain to fulfilment on earth except through a point of dissociation. With this we are introduced to a fantastic and inevitable event which now begins to take shape in our perspective, the event which comes nearer with every day that passes: the end of all life on our globe, the death of the planet, the ultimate phase of the phenomenon of man. ...
Now when sufficient elements have sufficiently agglomerated, this essentially convergent movement will attain such intensity and such quality that mankind, taken as a whole, will be obliged—as happened to the individual forces of instinct—to reflect upon itself at a single point; that is to say, in this case, to abandon its organo-planetary foothold so as to shift its centre on to the transcendent centre of its increasing concentration. This will be the end and the fulfilment of the spirit of the earth.
The end of the world: the wholesale internal introversion upon itself of the noosphere, which has simultaneously reached the uttermost limit of its complexity and its centrality.

The end of the world: the overthrow of equilibrium, detaching the mind, fulfilled at last, from its material matrix, so that it will henceforth rest with all its weight on God-Omega. ...
Are we to foresee man seeking to fulfil himself collectively upon himself, or personally on a greater than himself? Refusal or acceptance of Omega? ... Universal love would only vivify and detach finally a fraction of the noosphere so as to consummate it—the part which decided to "cross the threshold", to get outside itself into the other. ...
The death of the materially exhausted planet; the split of the noosphere, divided on the form to be given to its unity; and simultaneously (endowing the event with all its significance and with all its value) the liberation of that percentage of the universe which, across time, space and evil, will have succeeded in laboriously synthesising itself to the very end. Not an indefinite progress, which is an hypothesis contradicted by the convergent nature of noogenesis, but an ecstasy transcending the dimensions and the framework of the visible universe.
—Chardin, Pierre Teilhard de ♦ The Phenomenon of Man 1955, pp. 287–289

[edit] Jubilee

The Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis will start the 8th December 2015 and end at 20th November 2016.
The most distinctive feature in the ceremonial of the Jubilee is the unwalling and the final walling up of the "Holy Door" in each of the four great basilicas which the pilgrims are required to visit. The doors are opened by the Pope at the beginning of the Jubilee and then sealed up again afterwards.
Jubilee

The previous year of a great jubilee is 1966 AD, which is the year of Christ's birth:

Shortly after the beginning of the 46th yovel, the Balfour Declaration was ratified. Dated November 2, 1917 (17th Marcheshvan 5678), the Balfour Declaration is one of the biggest steps towards gaining international recognition for the return to Eretz Israel.
—Killian, Greg ♦ Yovel (Jubilee) Years
... since the commandment to return and to build Jerusalem, precedes the Messiah the Prince forty-nine years; it may perhaps come forth not from the Jews themselves, but from some other kingdom friendly to them, and precede their return from captivity, and give occasion to it ..."
Isaaci Newtoni opera quae exstant omnia v. 5, Joannes Nichols, 1785, p. 376
Pope Francis, during his homily, highlighted the primacy of grace.
"Were sin the only thing that mattered, we would be the most desperate of creatures," Pope Francis said. "But the promised triumph of Christ’s love enfolds everything in the Father’s mercy… The Immaculate Virgin stands before us as a privileged witness of this promise and its fulfilment."
The Holy Father went on to say the Holy Year is "itself a gift of grace."
"To pass through the Holy Door means to rediscover the infinite mercy of the Father who welcomes everyone and goes out personally to encounter each of them," he continued.
Pope Francis concluded his homily by saying "as we pass through the Holy Door, we also want to remember another door, which fifty years ago the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council opened to the world."
Pope Francis opens Holy Door at St. Peter's Basilica, opens Jubilee Vatican Radio, 8 December 2015

Multiplicity (quantity) is sinful:

In the "Alexandrian" explanation described above, the multiple from which evolution emerges is both secondary and sinful from its origin: it represents in fact (an idea that smacks of Manicheanism and the Hindu metaphysical systems) broken and pulverized unity. Starting from a very much more modern and completely different point of view, let us assert, as our original postulate, that, the multiple (that is, non-being, if taken in the pure state) being the only rational form of a creatable (creabile) nothingness, the creative act is comprehensible only as a gradual process of arrangement and unification, which amounts to accepting that to create is to unite. And, indeed, there is nothing to prevent our holding that union creates. To the objection that union presupposes already existing elements, I shall answer that physics has just shown us (in the case of mass) that experientially (and for all the protests of "common sense") the moving object exists only as the product of its motion.
—Chardin, Pierre Teilhard de ♦ Christianity and Evolution Harcourt, 1971, pp. 193–5
Hell is other people.
—Garcin, a character of Jean-Paul Sartre's play No Exit (1943)

Conversely, singularity (quality) is righteous. Gravity (debt) tends to condense humanity into a single couple of higher‑quality humans. But the concomitant release of positive binding energy (the GDP) temporarily reverses humanity's collapse, so that instead of collapsing into a superhuman "neutron star", humanity swells into a "red supergiant" consisting of billions of humans of ever lower quality:

Gravity is the inwardly cohering force acting integratively on all systems. Radiation is the outwardly disintegrating force acting divisively upon all systems.
—Fuller, Buckminster ♦ Synergetics Macmillan, 1975, §000.113

In 2016 AD, Mankind the Devil ("My name is Legion, for we are many") becomes redeemed from the sin of multiplicity by collapsing into Christ the God ("the One")—a single couple of superhumans, who are simultaneously the last Adam and Eve of the current 13.7-billion-year gravitational cycle and the first Adam and Eve of the next 13.7-billion-year gravitational cycle:

In a star, gravitation converts hydrogen nuclei into a smaller quantity of higher-quality helium nuclei, and ultimately into a single supernucleus—a neutron star. Analogously, humanity's negative potential energy (gravitation, debt) strives to decrease the quantity of humans and increase the quality of humans, whereas the concomitant positive binding energy (radiation, gross domestic product) strives to increase the quantity of humans and decrease the quality of humans. While increasing the total debt by $1 provides an at least $0.01 growth in the GDP, humanity quantitatively grows and qualitatively deteriorates by exponentially increasing the amounts of new borrowings. In 2016 AD, the growth in the GDP per $1 of new debt decreases to zero, and humanity's quantity collapses into a new quality—a single couple of superhumans (a "neutron star").Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009
In a star, gravitation converts hydrogen nuclei into a smaller quantity of higher-quality helium nuclei, and ultimately into a single supernucleus—a neutron star. Analogously, humanity's negative potential energy (gravitation, debt) strives to decrease the quantity of humans and increase the quality of humans, whereas the concomitant positive binding energy (radiation, gross domestic product) strives to increase the quantity of humans and decrease the quality of humans. While increasing the total debt by $1 provides an at least $0.01 growth in the GDP, humanity quantitatively grows and qualitatively deteriorates by exponentially increasing the amounts of new borrowings. In 2016 AD, the growth in the GDP per $1 of new debt decreases to zero, and humanity's quantity collapses into a new quality—a single couple of superhumans (a "neutron star").
Graph: Lounsbury, John ♦ Jim Welsh on the Economy: Past the Point of No Return 6 May 2009

[edit] References

  1. Ziegler, Franz ♦ Mechanics of Solids and Fluids Springer, 1995, p. 167 ♦ "Force in such a potential field is a flux in the sense of a mechanical driving agent."
  2. Volovik, G. E. ♦ The Universe in a Helium Droplet Oxford University Press, 2003, p. 60 ♦ "The non-viscous flow of the vacuum should be potential (irrotational)."
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Moskvitch, Katia ♦ Strength of gravity shifts—and this time it's serious New Scientist, 11 September 2013
  4. MPP. 2, 40; William Thomson and P.G. Tate, 'Energy', Good Words, 3 (1862), 601–7, on p. 606
  5. Brain Network Linked to Contemplation in Adults is Less Complex in Children ScienceDaily, 11 March 2008 ♦ " 'The difference between children and adults is profound,' Fair says. 'In a graph depicting the strength of connections between the brain regions we studied, children's minds have just a few connections between some regions, while the adult brains have a web-like mesh of many different interconnecting links involving all the regions.' "
  6. Fields, R. Douglas ♦ White Matter Matters Scientific American, March 2008 ♦ "Electrical signals, unable to leak out through the sheath, jump swiftly down the axon from node to node. In nerves outside the brain and spinal cord, a sausage-shaped glial cell called a Schwann cell forms myelin. Without myelin, the signal leaks and dissipates. For maximum conduction velocity, the insulation thickness must he strictly proportional to the diameter of the fiber inside. The optimal ratio of bare axon diameter divided by the total fiber diameter (including the myelin) is 0.6. ... The wrapping occurs at different ages. Myelin is prevalent only in a few brain regions at birth, expands in spurts and is not fully laid until age 25 or 30 in certain places. ... An impulse typically takes 30 milliseconds to travel from one cerebral hemisphere to the other through myelinated axons in the corpus callosum, compared with 150 to 300 milliseconds through unmyelinated axons."
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  9. Coyne, D. G. ♦ A Scenario for Strong Gravity without Extra Dimensions 2006, pp. 29–31
  10. Grove, Daisy E. ♦ The Mystery Teaching of the Bible Cosimo, 2005, p. 67 ♦ "The Man or angel (Aquarius, the water bearer) is Reuben ('unstable as water'), while the Eagle (Aquila) is a substitute for Scorpio, the serpent. There was a Jewish tradition that from the tribe of Dan (Scorpio) was to come the anti-Messiah; hence the substitution for Scorpio of Aquila, which although it lies outside the circle of the Zodiac, rises at the same time as Scorpio and may therefore be substituted for it."
  11. Kutner, Marc L. ♦ Astronomy: A Physical Perspective Cambridge University Press, 2003, p. 158
  12. Biedenharn, L. C.; Louck, J. D. ♦ Angular Momentum in Quantum Physics Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program, 1981 ♦ "The Planck quantum of action, h, has precisely the dimensions of an angular momentum, and, moreover, the Bohr quantization hypothesis specified the unit of (orbital) angular momentum to be ħ = h/2π. Angular momentum theory and quantum physics are thus clearly linked."
  13. Why is the Potential Energy Negative? HyperPhysics
  14. Cleveland, Cutler J.; Morris, Christopher G. ♦ Dictionary of Energy Elsewier, 2014, p. 66 ♦ "Boltzmann's constant: a value (k) relating the average energy of a molecule to its absolute temperature; k = 1.3803 × 1023 Joules per molecules degree Kelvin."
  15. 15.0 15.1 Shiga, David ♦ 'Monsters' blamed for extreme chaos in black holes New Scientist, 18 January 2008
  16. 16.0 16.1 Bethe, Hans A.; Brown, Gerald ♦ How a Supernova Explodes ♦ Scientific American, May 1985 ♦ "The entire evolution of the star is toward a condition of greater order, or lower entropy. It is easy to see why. In a hydrogen star, each nucleon can move willy-nilly along its own trajectory, but in an iron core groups of 56 nucleons are bound together and must move in lockstep. Initially the entropy per nucleon, expressed in units of Boltzmann's constant, is about 15; in the presupernova core it is less than 1."
  17. Crossen, Craig; Rhemann, Gerald ♦ Sky Vistas: Astronomy for Binoculars and Richest-Field Telescopes Springer, 2012, pp. 13–14 ♦ "At a core temperature of 5 billion °K, the atomic nuclei first absorb huge quantities of free electrons, and then are shattered into alpha-particles (helium nuclei) by high‑energy photons."
  18. Bethe, Hans A.; Brown, Gerald ♦ How a Supernova Explodes ♦ Scientific American, May 1985 ♦ "Even if the compact remnant ultimately degenerates into a black hole, it begins as a hot neutron star. The central temperature immediately after the explosion is roughly 100 billion degrees Kelvin, which generates enough thermal pressure to support the star even if it is larger than 1.8 solar masses."
  19. Meyer, Bradley S. ♦ The r-, s-, and p-processes in nucleosynthesis "If the neutron star is more than a few hours old, it is cold (T ≤ 109 K) on a nuclear energy scale (e.g. Baym & Pethick 1979), implying that the entropy per baryon is quite low (≤ 0.5k)."
  20. Bethe, Hans A.; Brown, Gerald ♦ How a Supernova Explodes ♦ Scientific American, May 1985 ♦ "The collapse takes only milliseconds ..."
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  22. The ENIAC Effect: Dawn of the Information Age ENIAC Museum
  23. According to Avogadro's law, all gases at the same temperature and pressure contain the same number of molecules per unit volume. When a nucleus becomes more organizedly complex, the synergetic intercoherence of its matter waves blueshifts them, so that an iron nucleus occupies the same volume as a hydrogen nucleus. At the same temperature and pressure, 1000 helium or iron nuclei occupy the same volume as 1000 hydrogen nuclei. That is why when a cloud of hydrogen nuclei reaches a critical pressure and fuses into a smaller number of more complex helium nuclei, the pressure in the resultant helium cloud immediately after the fusion is lower than the pressure in the hydrogen cloud immediately before the fusion. Analogously, the pressure in a neutron star immediately after the electron capture is lower than the pressure in the iron core immediately before the electron capture. Therefore, the "neutron star" into which humanity impands during the year of 2016 AD is initially rarefied in comparison with the preceding "iron core".
  24. Thomas, William; Pavitt, Kate ♦ The Book of Talismans, Amulets and Zodiacal Gems 1922, p. 161
  25. bunny Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 1997
  26. Zodiac The Encyclopædia Britannica, 1911 ♦ "A Serpent was the Egyptian equivalent of Scorpio."
  27. Mars regiert das Jahr 2009 "Mars gibt dem Jahr nach alter Tradition den Namen, doch beginnt das Marsjahr erst am 20. März, wenn mit dem Eintritt der Sonne in den Widder der Frühlingsanfangspunkt erreicht ist."
  28. Reynolds Clark G. ♦ Navies in History Naval Institute Press, 1998
  29. Did the world become more urban than rural yesterday? December 17, 2008

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