Power of Spin (Part 2) - Nassim Haramein's Unified Field Theory. Electrical engineering. TV is Mind Control. Blog : Droste Effect with Mathematica. The “Droste effect” is when images recursively include themselves.
The name comes from Droste brand cocoa powder, which was sold in 1904 in a box that showed a nurse carrying the same box which, in turn, showed the nurse carrying the box, and so on. The simplest form is to use a scale and transform on an image to place an exact copy within it, and then repeat. Take a look at this Demonstration using the original Droste box artwork. But much more interesting results can be achieved when you get complex analysis involved. M.C. The idea isn’t new, but when I came to do it myself, the methods that I found on the web seemed rather unsatisfactory. In essence, the idea is simple. Mathematica doesn’t currently contain this arbitrary geometric transformation operation for images, so I need to start by implementing it. Resources by Subject. Blind men and an elephant. The story of the blind men and an elephant originated in the Indian subcontinent from where it has widely diffused.
It has been used to illustrate a range of truths and fallacies; broadly, the parable implies that one's subjective experience can be true, but that such experience is inherently limited by its failure to account for other truths or a totality of truth. At various times the parable has provided insight into the relativism, opaqueness or inexpressible nature of truth, the behavior of experts in fields where there is a deficit or inaccessibility of information, the need for communication, and respect for different perspectives. It is a parable that has crossed between many religious traditions and is part of Jain, Buddhist, Sufi and Hindu lore. The blind men and the elephant (wall relief in Northeast Thailand) The story A course in consciousness. (With last update date) Cover Foreword (August 13, 2009) Part 1.
Quantum theory and consciousness Preface to part 1 (April 12, 2000) Construal level theory. An example of construal level effects would be that although planning one's next summer vacation one year in advance (in the distant future) will cause one to focus on broad, decontextualized features of the situation (e.g., anticipating fun and relaxation), while the very same vacation planned to occur very soon will cause one to focus on specific features of the present situation (e.g. what restaurants to make reservations for, going for a trip in an off-road vehicle).
According the construal level theory people perceive events that vary in several types of psychological distance: • temporal distance (time) • spatial distances (physical space) Informed Comment-Thoughts on the Middle East, History and Religion. Juan Cole is Richard P.
Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan. 100 Facts. 50 Incredibly Weird Facts About the Human Body. As long as we make efforts to take care of ourselves and live healthy, there is a good chance that our bodies will serve us well for a long time. Our bodies truly are amazing. You might be surprised at what your body is capable of after reading these 50 weird facts about the human body: The Brain Complex and poorly understood, the brain is what makes everything work properly. The body may be kept alive, but without the brain, a person can’t truly live. The brain doesn’t feel pain: Even though the brain processes pain signals, the brain itself does not actually feel pain.Your brain has huge oxygen needs: Your brain requires 20 percent of the oxygen and calories your body needs — even though your brain only makes up two percent of your total body weight.80% of the brain is water: Instead of being relatively solid, your brain 80% water.
Your Senses You might be surprised at the amazing things your various senses can accomplish. Reproduction Body Functions. Symbolic Meanings of Fish. Meanings and Symbolism of the Fish Realm To fully appreciate the symbolic meanings of fish, we must first consider their watery domain.
Wskaźniki wolności. Różne organizacje pozarządowe publikują i aktualizują pomiary i oceny wolności w państwach całego świata i nadają krajom status: wolny, częściowo wolny albo bez wolności, używając różnych mierników wolności, takich jak prawa polityczne, wolność gospodarcza, swobody obywatelskie.
What does a doodle do? It boosts your memory and concentration. You know you're bored when you start shading in the squares of your notebook.
Apparently it's a habit that could be helping you to concentrate. In a neat little experiment, Jackie Andrade asked forty participants to listen to a monotone two and a half minute phone message about arrangements for a party. They were told the message would be dull, that there was no need to memorise it, but that they should write down the names of the people who would be able to attend the party. Crucially, half the participants were also told to 'doodle' as they listened, by shading in the squares and circles of their note-paper. Afterwards, the doodlers had noted fractionally more of the correct names (7.8 on average vs. 7.1 - a statistically significant difference). PSYCHOLOGY.
The Phobia List. Jonathan Haidt on the moral roots of liberals and conservatives.