Math is Everywhere!
There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.
- Pythagoras (570-495 BC)
Don't Fret the Small Stuff - Harmony is Within Your Grasp - Another planksip® Möbius
Math is Everywhere!
Considering the ubiquitous existence of mathematics, illusionary as free will, it's pleasing to our Being. We have adapted to the frequency of the number, abstract as it may seem.
The Profound in Two-Part Harmony
Inspired by Niels Bohr (1885-1962)'s quote, "The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth". The titled responsion is
A person who is deep in thought and has no interest in doing anything but thinking can be labeled the opposite of the truth. It is difficult to identify an opposite to the truth. The opposite of what you believe is an obvious lie. But the opposite of an ultimate truth may also be another ultimate truth.
The opposite of what someone believes may be a deeper truth that they don't want the world to know about. Deep truths sit upon the minds of dead men. A deep truth cannot be told because it would bring about death.
The deepest things are not known by those who have not lived life to the fullest. The deep things cannot be seen or measured with our naked eyes. Those who haven't lived life as their heart desired cannot see the deep. These individuals cannot even be convinced that there is another deep truth in the world.
We are born with all of our deep truths etched into our consciousness. As we move through life, our deeper truths begin to change and become obscured by our more surface truths.
What is the opposite of what surface truths are? There isn't any. This is because surface truths are what surface men (and women) use to cover up their deepest truths. The deep truths can never be hidden by surface truths.
The opposite of what is true for those who live on the surface is also what is true for those who live deep. Those who live shallow are often labeled the opposite of what they believe. People who believe in the surface are often labeled the opposite of what they feel. Those who do not believe in the surface are often labeled the opposite of what they want.
Those who are called the opposite of what they want most are often those who have never lived life in depth. They have always lived surface life to the fullest. They have been living the surface life to the fullest even when the surface was covering up the truth. When this happens, they have become the opposite of what they wish to be.
The opposite of what is deep in your life may also be another deep truth that you do not want the world to know about. It may be that there is a deeper meaning behind something. It could be a deeper truth than the surface meaning. It could be a deeper truth that is hiding in plain sight.
For instance, there may be a deeper truth about something that your mother, father, or friends may not even know about. This may be a deeper truth about your personality. This may also be a deeper truth about your spirituality. These deeper meanings can be the opposite of what you believe to be the truth.
There are many deeper realities that can be found beneath the surface of everything. One of the deep realities is self growth. Another deep reality is having a greater understanding of yourself. This understanding is the opposite of what people often call the opposite of what they want.
There is also the deeper knowledge of the universe around us. Being aware of the deeper realities means that we can take control of them. and make them work for us. The opposite of what you want means that you are not controlling what they are doing.
The opposite of what is deep in your life may be another deeper truth about yourself and the way you live your life. Being aware of this deep truth will help you find true happiness in the lives that you have. It also helps you avoid the deeper depths of negativity. by keeping you on the top of the mountain. You need to remain aware of the deeper levels of happiness and well-being in order to maintain happiness.
The opposite of what you believe to be true will also mean that you need to keep your faith in yourself and in your ability to live the life you were meant to live. the truth of deep. It means that you will continue to grow in wisdom and be happy and fulfilled in your life.
Förster resonance energy transfer is another (FRET)
Inspired by Jack Kerouac (1922-1969)'s quote, "My fault, my failure, is not in the passions I have, but in my lack of control of them". The titled responsion is
Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET), fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET), resonance energy transfer (RET) or electronic energy transfer (EET) is a mechanism describing energy transfer between two light-sensitive molecules (chromophores). A donor chromophore, initially in its electronic excited state, may transfer energy to an acceptor chromophore through nonradiative dipole–dipole coupling. The efficiency of this energy transfer is inversely proportional to the sixth power of the distance between donor and acceptor, making FRET extremely sensitive to small changes in distance.
Measurements of FRET efficiency can be used to determine if two fluorophores are within a certain distance of each other. Such measurements are used as a research tool in fields including biology and chemistry.
FRET is analogous to near-field communication, in that the radius of interaction is much smaller than the wavelength of light emitted. In the near-field region, the excited chromophore emits a virtual photon that is instantly absorbed by a receiving chromophore. These virtual photons are undetectable, since their existence violates the conservation of energy and momentum, and hence FRET is known as a radiationless mechanism. Quantum electrodynamical calculations have been used to determine that radiationless (FRET) and radiative energy transfer are the short- and long-range asymptotes of a single unified mechanism.-
Cheng, Ping-Chin (2006). "The Contrast Formation in Optical Microscopy". In Pawley, James B. Handbook Of Biological Confocal Microscopy (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Springer. pp. 162–206. doi:10.1007/978-0-387-45524-2_8. ISBN 978-0-387-25921-5. ↩︎
Helms, Volkhard (2008). "Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer". Principles of Computational Cell Biology. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. p. 202. ISBN 978-3-527-31555-0. ↩︎
Harris, Daniel C. (2010). "Applications of Spectrophotometry". Quantitative Chemical Analysis (8th ed.). New York: W. H. Freeman and Co. pp. 419–44. ISBN 978-1-4292-1815-3. ↩︎
Zheng, Jie (2006). "Spectroscopy-Based Quantitative Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Analysis". In Stockand, James D.; Shapiro, Mark S. Ion Channels: Methods and Protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology, Volume 337. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press. pp. 65–77. doi:10.1385/1-59745-095-2:65. ISBN 978-1-59745-095-9. ↩︎
Andrews, David L. (1989). "A unified theory of radiative and radiationless molecular energy transfer". Chemical Physics. 135 (2): 195–201. Bibcode:1989CP....135..195A. doi:10.1016/0301-0104(89)87019-3 ↩︎
Andrews, David L; Bradshaw, David S (2004). "Virtual photons, dipole fields and energy transfer: A quantum electrodynamical approach". European Journal of Physics. 25 (6): 845–858. doi:10.1088/0143-0807/25/6/017 ↩︎