Tuesday, September 9, 2014

are we what we eat (implications of quantum property sharing)

are we what we eat (implications of quantum property sharing)

well i consider the acceptance that we and all things share the properties inherited from that around us to mean that "we are what we eat" 

in accordance with fully accepting that atoms share properties with other atoms next to them we can conclude safely that almost every thing shares with every thing else.
such a thing has a profound and universal implication for how we see our brothers and sisters ....
genetics and life...
disrupting this flow seems almost unholy to me.
let us role play the property sharing on several levels,
genetic sharing (sex)
social sharing - hormones and feelings
food and clothing...

simply putting the sharing principle into effect means that anything that is destroyed effects us....

living creatures sharing a common bond of empathy and mutual effect,
for in effect what you are saying is that every object and being has value to the observer and that ultimately we are all affected by every thing , including the universe.

Monday, September 1, 2014

The Error of saying the chines used a 3 hull wooden ship

The Error of saying the chines used a 3 hull wooden ship

some problems the chiness probably do not know about 3 hulled traditional wood hulls and why the british navy ditched the design ;-)


the royal navy found a few problems with 3 hulled ships....

here are a few examples:

the ship is not flexible enough so it breaks if the wave is too big

the ship is not flexible enough so it will fill with water on a big wave since it will and is imensly heavy.....

the hull offers no more defence than a 2 layered hull and in fact has to be thinner than a 2 hull ship will and can be , where the outer facing wood takes the impact of cannon fire.

when the outer layer of the wood inflates/expands in the water the inner hulls are too stiff and the outer hull cracks and or the inner hull can rot and or burn with the crew unable to put out the fire.....

infact because a 3 hulled ship is soo heavy i believe it can barely carry guns

yes on a yot with thin hulls it is possible to use 3 layers and or plywood....
however are the chines suggesting the use of the Japanese laminated wood ?