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The Schumann Resonance, 432Hz & Solfeggio Frequencies

by Randy Stack Prologue: The Schumann resonances are perhaps the most powerful and all-pervasive LF EM (Low-Frequency Electro-Magnetic) phenomena to which we will ever be exposed on our humble planet Earth (not counting man-made LF EM sources like 50H/60Hz power distribution and more localised culprits like electric railways and such). The following graphic shows real-time […]

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Uncle Randy’s Latin Translations of Genuine Egyptian Hieroglyphs

The other night, I had to type in Greek for some maths equations on phase density I was preparing for a meeting in London the next day. So I clicked on the wee British flag in my Mac’s menu bar, and enabled the Greek character set from the Unicode table. Whilst there, however, I also […]

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The Fold-Over: Reuniting the Animal with the Spirit

The Fold-Over: Reuniting the Animal with the Spirit by Randy Stack When considering the course of conscious evolution, most tend to think in terms of a purely upward progression from some “lower-” to “higher-self” (with the implication that one is more desirable than the other). However, rather than unidirectionally striving to evolve from animal being […]

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Adaptive Stochastic Automata: Taking the Magic out of Maths

by Randy & Vic Stack As humans, we tend to give human characteristics to most things, from our pets to our vehicles and even to concepts. This is “friendly”, “comforting”, “funny”, “considerate” or “happy”, for example. And, just like when we anthropomorphize non-human beings and things, our minds are also susceptible to conferring “personality” upon […]

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The Fold-Over: Reuniting the Animal with the Spirit

by Randy Stack When considering the course of conscious evolution, most tend to think in terms of a purely upward progression from some “lower-” to “higher-self” (with the implication that one is more desirable than the other). However, rather than unidirectionally striving to evolve from animal being to spiritual essence, why not simply resolve the […]

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Adaptive Stochastic Automata: Taking the Magic out of Maths

Adaptive Stochastic Automata Taking the Magic out of Maths by Randy Stack & Vic Stack As humans, we tend to give human characteristics to most things, from our pets to our vehicles and even to concepts. This is “friendly”, “comforting”, “funny”, “considerate” or “happy”, for example. And, just like when we anthropomorphize non-human beings and […]