Oh and now over to that jolly song from all of yo together on that crucifix hill in easter time, one two three ...
One of my favorite t-shirt ideas is to have all the religious celebrities together on crucifixes, (mohammed pained as a cloud with perheps lips showing that he sings along) and all of them singing and smiling :-) And the song should of cause be the one from the life of brian - Always look on the bright side ...)
This picture tell the simple minded theo/philo-egoists in the world to fuck off to some deep cave and keep us hard working people to continue with what we are good at, or, Hey teacher, We don't need your silly religious war, leave them kids alone, or simply C.U. cooperate stupid.
Over to some cool mathematical play. Did you know that the fundamental law's of force physics is non-linear? This have a kind of cool direction, let's call it the twilight direction. The thing is that a common theme to express solution to non-linearity, especially when the nonlinear part is weak, is to first just solve for the linear solution X, then solve for the twighlight solution T, which we get by solving the linear equations again but with a source that represent the nonlinear part applied to X and construct the solution as X + T. Similarly this technique can under a fix-point theorem result in an infinite expansion that lead to a solution to the nonlinear equation.
So, basically T is small ripples that lives on top of the real fat and dirty reality called X. And if the connection is really weak we would never detect T. We should have seen it already if that was the case right! Now over to crystallography. What's cool with this technology is that if you can build a crystal of say hemoglobin, (e.g. the same molecule is reproduced over and over again in a periodic lattice), then you can sort of overlay picture signals of all entities in the crystal and by statistical laws the details get many times more clear then by just looking at one single entity with some kind of microscope. So consider some kind of periodic twighlight ripple T. and consider sensors in billions of places throught a volume, wouldn't that magnify the probability of detection considerable, I wonder if humans have build any similar device to try detect the twilight zone, I know the homo crackpottus have tried it in another universe somewhere.
Oh, I put a little "easter egg" somewhere in _this_ universe so that you can perhaps understand my math (yes a little prose attached to the math) ;-) ... happy reading