Encounters in T.A.O.


    The two effective planes of an impulse, which are perpendicular to each other, could also be symbolised by a cross. And again, it is not without a good reason that the cross has played a special role as a symbol in this world (figure 8).

     This crossed interconnection of the effect finds expression only in the relationship between  what is responsible and the observer. Every disturbance becomes only existent as such if something or somebody is actually disturbed. Although the shoves of the impulse are propagating in all directions, for an observer, only that shove exists which is coming towards him. In the language of the quantum physicists it means that every quantum only exists in the moment it is measured.



     Let’s just assume somewhere in the pitch-dark there was a fanatic boxer who did some shadow boxing in the truest sense of the word. While he is turning around, he is dealing out punches in all directions. We cannot see these punches but we feel them when we get close enough to the boxer. From time to time we will be delivered a punch. We won’t know about any of the other punches - they are not hitting anything. For that reason, the perceiver always feels only those effects which are perpendicular to the body of the boxer and likewise to the body of the perceiver. The same applies to every energy effect of an impulse of T.A.O.. Every measuring instrument - as well as each of our sense organs - learns therefore only a fraction of the truth. Every energy which is perceived is only a small amount of the total energy of an impulse. When physicists talked about energy in this world, for a long time they always referred only to that small noticeable amount of energy - exactly that observable or measurable fraction. Starting from that fraction they drew their conclusions. Not until lately did they discover that many of these conclusions have to be wrong. We will talk about that later.

     We already defined the spatial orientation of the shove spirals with “left-hand” and “right-hand”. To make it perfectly clear we are now determining: a right-hand spiral is the propagation of a shove in clockwise direction, a left-hand spiral moves counter-clockwise. In general, we will call the sense of rotation of an impulse “spin“ , a term which is used in quite a similar sense in particle physics. We also described already the creation of two spiral shoves at the same time and now assume that many disturbances of T.A.O. also cause many different spiral shoves which flow through the structure in all directions. In the same way, every other kind of vibration and straight shove is possible as well. But for the time being we are only interested in those propagations of energy which exhibit a spin.
Well, what happens when two such spirals meet? For this encounter there are two possibilities which are distinctly different in particular (figure 8a).



   Either two spirals with opposite spin meet. They will correspond in motion at the point of meeting. Or they have the same spin and will then collide diametrically at the point of meeting. Naturally the resulting effects will be different. But before we take a closer look at the consequences we have to find further differences and in doing so we have to proceed a little as if by textbook because it won’t do any harm to understand the different forms of movement well. 
   For the time being we just assume that every disturbance, every impulse has the same quantity of energy, i.e. that the radii of the spiral paths have the same size. We know, although, that every shove in all directions is actually moving on endlessly spreading out over bigger and bigger areas of space. For that reason, its energy decreases by the square of its distance. But we can choose a defined section of this area in which the disturbance remains especially effective.
Well, there are following variants for the encounter of two impulses:

     1)  CORRESPONDENCE IN MOTION. That means both spirals are moving to the right or to the left at the moment of their collision. Therefore a spiral with a right-hand spin and a spiral with a left-hand spin have to meet in this case.

     2) CONTRAST OF MOTION. At the moment of their collision the spirals are moving in opposite directions, i.e. two spirals with the same spin collide.

    3) CORRESPONDENCE IN TIME. That means the shove of both impulses happens at the place of encounter.

    4) CONTRAST OF TIME. Both shoves happen in different places at the time of their meeting, in the extreme case they are exactly opposite of each other.

    The following illustrations show the possibilities which result from these four variants, symbolised by simple arrows and pictures of pipe-cleaners. Let’s take a closer look at these possibilities.

a) Correspondence in vibration and correspondence in time      b) Correspondence in vibration and contrast of time (180°)

c) Contrast of vibration and correspondence in time         d) Contrast of vibration and contrast of time

e) Contrast of vibration and contrast of time         f) Correspondence in vibration and contrast of time (90°)

     The contrast of time of 90° (e and f) is called temporal displacement in the following. Now let’s study the pictures above, try to picture the encounters clearly in our mind’s eye and think a little about them. We will obtain different results, and we will give these results pleasant names so that we will still know at a later time what we are talking about. Although it’s not correct we will also call the movements vibrations.

     re. a: PENETRATION 
Each of the impulses meets with correspondence in vibration and in time and therefore has the chance to be continued. The impulses penetrate each other and continue their corresponding motion as if nothing happened.

Two absolutely contrary shoves, which are rotating in the same direction, annihilate or enhance each other depending on phase position. Either both impulses will vanish apparently without a trace or they continue their motion intensified. These processes are called destructive or constructive interference.

    re. c: MODIFICATION 
Two shoves travelling in the same direction intensify each other but won’t continue in their previous directions. A new shove is produced which travels on perpendicular to the original direction. The quantity of energy and the directions have changed.

    re. d: RESISTANCE
In this collision, nothing matches at all. Both impulses will put up resistance against each other without cancelling one another out. They will rebound from each other. This process is also called reflection.

    re. e: DISHARMONY
Temporal displacement by 90° and contrast of vibration. The impulses cannot continue but they don’t annihilate each other either, nor do they intensify one another. Therefore they will remain on the spot of the meeting where they form a vibrating field which will exist only for a short time because of the contrasting vibrations and will dissipate into new impulses scattering into all directions. We call this event an unstable field. The physicist names an event based on the same process an unstable particle! We begin to suspect where our considerations will take us: process e) causes the first “material“ phenomenon!

    re. f: HARMONY
Temporal displacement by 90° and correspondence in vibration. This event resembles the preceding one. But the impulses do not meet directly, neither do they find a possibility to be continued in the original direction. They are toppling over one another so to speak and create a field there and then. This field remains stable due to the correspondence in vibration because the impulses will always run after one another. A harmoniously vibrating spherical body made of impulses develop as shown more clearly in figure 10.


     With that we discovered nothing less than a stable particle. It is not a substantial particle but a field in which two impulses chase each other very quickly. We want to call this field proton because it is identical to the hypothetical proton of our atomic physicists.
    Well, this resembled text book style but it could not be avoided. He who has problems in understanding these successions of motion in T.A.O. exactly, does not need to be sad. It is sufficient to understand that different forms of encounter between the impulses just have different results and that oscillating fields can form in some cases, impulses so to speak, which remain on the spot. Of course, all intermediate variations of these encounters are possible - T.A.O. is certainly filled with countless fluctuations and vibrations which - like the punches of the boxer - go into empty space. Physicists have already discovered this abundance of shoves into empty space which are virtual because they are ineffective. They called them “vacuum fluctuation“ or “quantum foam“. 

    For that bit of mental acrobatics we are now rewarded with the insight that there aren’t any “particles“ in the sense of the word at all but that matter is obviously put together of impulses dashing round and round in imaginary spheres because of their meeting each other. Therefore matter does obviously not consist of some kind of primordial matter but is a product of energy, space, and time! At the moment, however, it is still difficult to really believe this.



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