turtlemoonhealth
turtlemoonhealth:

The HEXAGON is one of nature’s reoccurring shapes. A great example of sacred geometry!
#1 An amazing new photo of Saturn’s north pole puts the planet’s odd hexagon-shaped jet stream and dazzling rings on display. http://bit.ly/1olCpIg #2 Honey bees on their comb, made up of hexagonal cells. #3 Compound eye of a honey bee, showing hexagonal lenses.190X magnification (photo by Rose-Lynn Fisher).

turtlemoonhealth:

The HEXAGON is one of nature’s reoccurring shapes. A great example of sacred geometry!

#1 An amazing new photo of Saturn’s north pole puts the planet’s odd hexagon-shaped jet stream and dazzling rings on display. http://bit.ly/1olCpIg
#2 Honey bees on their comb, made up of hexagonal cells.
#3 Compound eye of a honey bee, showing hexagonal lenses.190X magnification (photo by Rose-Lynn Fisher).

spookypentadiene asked:

Hey, just wanted to point out that your old post on DNA and geometry is pretty cool and all, but doesn't match up with any experimental evidence on the structure of DNA! I don't deny that geometry is extremely important, but at the same time, it's also very important to not spread misinformation. Thanks for reading! (also, I really hope I didn't come off as argumentative or insulting haha, that definitely is not my intent)

hello, I know that some of the posts aren’t truly scientifically based, but they do have instead a scientific approach, which is the main focus of this blog: a scientific/experimental approach on all that is geometry and how it can find itself in the most unusual cases, domains, applications etc..I’m not trying to speculate that everything posted is accurate (in the sense that geometry is the soul/main ingredient for a particular post), I just share what information/visuals I find, based on my experience and curiosity. I am still learning, so if a post might be inaccurate or with questionable information, I may still post it, decision based on it’s approach and it’s power of imposing geometry on that subject (for example, some of the posts describe the universe, light and even human consciousness). Hope that clears the intent of the info posted, and be assured that your intervention none of your mentions, but rather appreciated and welcomed, for the purpose of information is circulation, interpretation and a subjective filtering until it becomes universal truth! :)

benbrowne
libutron:

Oleander (flowers) | ©injica
Nerium oleander (Gentianales - Apocynaceae) is an evergreen shrub that grows to approximately 6 m. The flowers are tubular with five lobes, red or pink in the wild, but in addition may be white, cream, yellow or purple in cultivars, and double forms have also been selected.
It is a highly toxic plant that has been cultivated as an decorative plant since ancient times.
Native to the Mediterranean region, Iran, the Indian subcontinent and southern China.

libutron:

Oleander (flowers) | ©injica

Nerium oleander (Gentianales - Apocynaceae) is an evergreen shrub that grows to approximately 6 m. The flowers are tubular with five lobes, red or pink in the wild, but in addition may be white, cream, yellow or purple in cultivars, and double forms have also been selected.

It is a highly toxic plant that has been cultivated as an decorative plant since ancient times.

Native to the Mediterranean region, Iran, the Indian subcontinent and southern China.

benbrowne
seekthe1truth:

Thanks to Johannes Kepler for figuring out that if you take each of the Platonic Solids and encase each perfectly within a sphere, and then nest them all inside of each other, they produce six layers that correspond to the relative planetary orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.Here are drawings representing the path of planets coupled together over several year periods, illustrating their geometric dance relationship in patters that look very similar to those made in Cymatics.The music of the spheres…

seekthe1truth:

Thanks to Johannes Kepler for figuring out that if you take each of the Platonic Solids and encase each perfectly within a sphere, and then nest them all inside of each other, they produce six layers that correspond to the relative planetary orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.

Here are drawings representing the path of planets coupled together over several year periods, illustrating their geometric dance relationship in patters that look very similar to those made in Cymatics.

The music of the spheres…

mathematica
matthen:

Draw a straight line, and then continue it for the same length but deflected by an angle. If you continue doing this you will eventually return to roughly where you started, having drawn out an approximation to a circle. But what happens if you increase the angle of deflection by a fixed amount at each step? The curve will spiral in on itself as the deflection increases, and then spiral out when the deflection exceeds a half-turn. These spiral flourishes are called Euler spirals. [code] 

matthen:

Draw a straight line, and then continue it for the same length but deflected by an angle. If you continue doing this you will eventually return to roughly where you started, having drawn out an approximation to a circle. But what happens if you increase the angle of deflection by a fixed amount at each step? The curve will spiral in on itself as the deflection increases, and then spiral out when the deflection exceeds a half-turn. These spiral flourishes are called Euler spirals. [code

Crystal geometry

The moment any sort of development is imposed onto this formless matter it begins to enter the realm of substance, organization, and material.
Tooling is about what rules exist within this hypothetical “pre-material” state that influence its movement into the realm of the material. [..] the source of wonder behind one crystal is not the storm it came from but rather the elusive internal logic that remains resolute and unmoving through all crystals.

Benjamin Aranda & Chris Lasch

organicalchemist

spring-of-mathematics:

Mathematically Correct Breakfast - How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves. If a torus is cut by a Möbius strip it will split up into to interlocking rings.

It is not hard to cut a bagel into two equal halves which are linked like two links of a chain. Figure 1:

  1. To start, you must visualize four key points.  Center the bagel at the origin, circling the Z axis. A is the highest point above the +X axis.  B is where the +Y axis enters the bagel. C is the lowest point below the -X axis.  D is where the -Y axis exits the bagel.
  2. These sharpie markings on the bagel are just to help visualize the geometry and the points.  You don’t need to actually write on the bagel to cut it properly.
  3. The line ABCDA, which goes smoothly through all four key points, is the cut line.  As it goes 360 degrees around the Z axis, it also goes 360 degrees around the bagel.
  4. The red line is like the black line but is rotated 180 degrees (around Z or through the hole). An ideal knife could enter on the black line and come out exactly opposite, on the red line. But in practice, it is easier to cut in halfway on both the black line and the red line. The cutting surface is a two-twist Mobius strip; it has two sides, one for each half.
  5. After being cut, the two halves can be moved but are still linked together, each passing through the hole of the other.

It is much more fun to put cream cheese on these bagels than on an ordinary bagel. In additional to the intellectual stimulation, you get more cream cheese, because there is slightly more surface area.
Topology problem: Modify the cut so the cutting surface is a one-twist Mobius strip. (You can still get cream cheese into the cut, but it doesn’t separate into two parts). See more at: Mathematically Correct Breakfast: How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves by George W. Hart.

Images: How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves by George W. Hart - Cutting bagels into linked halves on Mathematica. - Interlocking Bagel Rings

Maybe, that’s one of the reasons why I love bagel :)

majesticthouinruin
benbrowne:

This is the Vector Equilibrium. It is a geometrical concept of perfection. 30mm cup of water vibrated at 30Hz. #benbrowne #water #photography #cymatics #cymatic #energy #metatronscube #sacredgeometry #vibration #art #spirituality #light #432 #floweroflife #eggoflife #sound #fractals #nassimharemein #mandala #fibonacci #goldenratio #phi #sinewave #thrive #toroid #vortex

benbrowne:

This is the Vector Equilibrium. It is a geometrical concept of perfection. 30mm cup of water vibrated at 30Hz. #benbrowne #water #photography #cymatics #cymatic #energy #metatronscube #sacredgeometry #vibration #art #spirituality #light #432 #floweroflife #eggoflife #sound #fractals #nassimharemein #mandala #fibonacci #goldenratio #phi #sinewave #thrive #toroid #vortex