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Human
Ethology
A study of the evolution of organic life - by Gerd Ney
2013
which is subject to intensive research in many universities in the world but no valuable result has ever seen the day light.
Scientists know well about the dilemma of deficiency of time stability and using the term ‘circadian’, to explain different
lengths of time in our prehistoric research, it is a typical scientific - deterministic monster because it is useless and serves
mostly as scientific excuse when there is no answer.
Organisms have to adapt to climatic, seasonal and timed circumstances of environment and may follow these prehistoric
settings today, as we know from the setting of elementary patterns as a stabilizing factor. However, the circadian rhythm
100 million years ago differs from the same 200 million years ago and differs even more one billion or four billion years
ago. Further on: the biological organism is capable of adapting to differing lengths of day/night changes – or cannot adapt
– and, for instance, the ‘original’ specie and subject of an imagery research has been substituted by very similar specie at
a later stage. It is very difficult, if not to say impossible, with circadian scientific applications to work precisely – it is the
not so much enlightened love child of Cartesian ‘Enlightenment’.
Time and space are intangible assets to keep celestial movements in order. We are using it as measure but it is not
tangible. It is not a subject but an adjective, if I may be allowed to use this comparison.
Time is the means of bridging two distant places. We are saying it takes two hours to reach the castle of Stirling in
Scotland. It is meant but not said: to drive the distance by car. If we walk to this castle it takes us possibly two or more
days. Important is the point where we are now and where we want to be. There are differing ways to reach a distant
point.
If we walk to the castle by foot, it takes much longer but it will also be an unforgettable experience. Whereas the car gets
us to the castle quickly – say in one/two hours, but the car trip may be forgotten the next day, but we have achieved to
shoot some photos of the castle and heard about its history.
The traveller finally changes his mind and convinces the family not to visit the castle but to view instead a video about
it. The time to get there is negligent. Time disappears with speed of light. It leads to space and timelessness. But it is
‘concentrated’ space- and timelessness, because this is a rational action, concentrating the effect of the aim to one point.
The electromagnetic waves, our safety net and spiritual midwife since early parasitic viral life, our never tired torturer, are
not straight lined in the infinity of space as there are warps and dents, as well as peaks and troughs. If we look back into
our life we are confused about irregularities, sometimes they are explainable or they come by surprise, sometimes we
are feeling guilty, at other times we blame people or circumstances. But when measuring these irregularities and putting
them in a time frame, those events suddenly gain a personalized profile and we don’t appear any longer helplessly to be
shaken and rattled by fate. If, as Earth inhabitants, we apply ‘local’, synodic time to measure such irregularities we don’t
get anywhere.
If we were to apply ‘sidereal’ standards of such irregularities,
the results are convincing immediately. Scientists insistence to
keep the geocentric view has been denounced by Copernicus
already – it hasn’t been understood even today.
The events of universal catastrophes, crashes, mergers of
whole galaxies and falling apart, sinking into the Black Hole
and consequently followed by rapturous explosions are the
reasons for warps, dents, peaks and troughs of electromagnetic
waves: this echo is still reflected inside us as well with all
consequences of irregularities in our daily life. We recognize
suddenly the purity of Ethos isn’t as sovereign as it appears; it
is being distorted by matter.
This picture is repeated in a fast track during few hours before
conception. Our life as prehistoric pre-cells is reflected in
the lineage of electromagnetic waves – light waves - and is
showing us what happened billions of years ago and affects our
life at times severely still today.
Einstein originally contemplated about straight direction of light
waves and then turned to ‘warped’ or ‘dented’ and therefore
called it ‘relative’. Did he know why the waves had been
‘warped’? He didn’t agree with Quantum Theory.
In Quantum Atom Theory we are all one spectrum of energy waves
at different wavelengths. Both the observer and the observed
creating our own space-time at the speed of light. But the conscious
mind can only see the moment of now and in that moment sees
wave-particle duality because of time dilation between space-times.
This creates the measurement problem because space-times are
continuously expanding and reacting with each other relative to the
observer.
(Text and picture by Nick Harvey, Quantum Atom Theory)