Symmetry-binding 'quantra' of 'stringularity' create the 'numeraire' of survival

Reconciling the derivation of 'transcendental-Pi' & 'irrational-Phi' reveals the fundamental certainty of the rational wave patterns that create the harmonic series.
precedes & moderates the cognitive dissonance or uncertainties arising from the assumptions of infinite growth that underlie the anthropocentric world-view.

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The Musical Agenda
- the brighter side of the Death of the American Dream

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and the need since 1992 for An Alliance for UNFCCC Compliance based on C&C Principles.

'Force Majeure' is 'Source Majeure'.

This is literally true; (factuality). The fundamental & overtones 1-4 create a major Chord.
With no assumptions, 'it' (the rate:ratio sequence:structure) is as true today as ever it was.

In a nutshell the arguments underlying what is said on this page summarize like this: -

The rational rates:ratios of the musical phenomenon known as the harmonic-series, create irrational Phi.
The combinations from these two fundamental cosmological 'constants' produce 'Pi' & everything else thereafter.

This is visible & audible as the harmonics of 'Cosmic Consonance' embedding the neg-entropy curve to 'Phi' . . .
This is corroborated also in the more detailed derivation of Phi from the harmonic series & the Pythagorean Comma.

The precision of Phi-Derivation at the Phi-point between steps 12 & 13 of the Pythagorean Comma is remarkable.
However, the most direct expression of this curve arises directly from the first thirteen steps of the harmonic series: -

Symmetry in Diversity.

Symmetry rules. Violinist Einstein knew halve-the-length-double-the-frequency (the 'fundamental-to-octave' relationship)
a harmonic, non-local symmetrical constant that governs the rates:ratios of all derived wave-dynamics & 'a-particles' at all scales.

The irony here with the Pythagoreans is that the Phi-rich Pentagram they revered & the harmonic series they revealed,
also produce the irrational 'Phi' they so feared. This is also revealed very precisely from the Pythagorean-Comma here.

The model is here.
The user-interactive calculating spreadsheet for this model is down-loadable here


This is . . .

1. not a probability distribution;
2. not a confidence interval;
3. not a measure of uncertainty.


It is axiomatic - over the 13.7 billion years since the Big Bang this fundamental cosmological consonance is . . .

4. 'quantric-certainty' with a high degree of accuracy for Phi derivation precedes and informs the
uncertainties of the Standard Model
5. and the cognitive dissonance in the uncertainties before & beyond atoms, molecules, evolution & the growing noise of the American Dream,
6. The accuracy of Phi-derivation from the Pythagorean Comma over twelve 5ths
is demonstrated in the slide sequence & images below . . .

In 'Until the End of Time - Brian Greene Asks the Key Question . . .

"Despite centuries of scientific progress, we are no closer to answering the question raised by Gottfried Leibniz than we
were when he first made this lean distillation of the mystery of existence
“Why is there something rather than nothing?”

In asking a question of ultimate origin, we’re seeking an answer that requires no antecedent, an answer that does not shift the
question one step further back, an answer that’s immune to the follow-on questions, “Why were things this way instead of that?
Why these laws instead of those?”
No explanation yet proposed has achieved this or even come close."

Gottfried Leibniz said

"The pleasure we obtain from music comes from counting, but counting unconsciously.
Music is nothing but unconscious arithmetic."

Admiral Nimitz's musician & Code Breaking Team Leader Roger Hare said

"Musicians are marvelous puzzle solvers for one reason: they not only must know their part, they have to know how it
fits into the composition as a whole."

Mario Livio Said

"Suspicious at first ('ever since the mathematicians have invaded the relativity theory, I myself no longer understand it'), Einstein slowly
began to grasp the incredible power of symmetry. If the laws of nature are to remain unchanged for moving observers, not only do the equations
describing these laws need to obey Lorentz covariance, the laws themselves may actually be deduced from the requirement of symmetry.

This profound realization has literally reversed the logical process that Einstein (and many of the physicists who followed him) employed to
formulate the laws of nature. Instead of starting with a huge collection of experimental and observational facts about nature, formulating a theory,
and then checking whether the theory obeys some symmetry principles, Einstein realized that the symmetry requirements may come first and
dictate the laws nature has to obey.
" (Beautifully observed).

Albert Einstein said . . .

"The basic laws of the universe are simple, but because our senses are limited, we can’t grasp them. There is a pattern in creation.
If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music."

David Bohm said

“It is thus implied that measure is a form of insight into the essence of everything, and that man’s perception, following
on ways indicated by such insight, will be clear and will thus bring about generally orderly action and harmonious living.

In this connection, it is useful to call to mind Ancient Greek notions of measure in music and in the visual arts.
These notions emphasized that a grasp of measure was a key to the understanding of harmony in music
(e.g., measure as rhythm, right proportion in intensity of sound, right proportion in tonality, etc.).

Likewise, in the visual arts, right measure was seen as essential to overall harmony and beauty (e.g., consider the ‘Golden Mean’;
(often referred to as ‘Phi’). All of this indicates how far the notion of measure went beyond that of comparison with an external standard,
to point to a universal sort of inner ratio or proportion, perceived both through the senses and through the mind.

Of course, as time went on, this notion of measure gradually began to change, to lose its subtlety and to become relatively gross and mechanical.
Probably this was because man’s notion of measure became more and more routinized and habitual, both with regard to its outward display in
measurements relative to an external unit and to its inner significance as universal ratio relevant to physical health, social order, and mental harmony.

Men began to learn such notions of measure mechanically, by fragmentation and wholeness conforming to the teachings of their elders or their
masters, and not creatively through an inner feeling and understanding of the deeper meaning of the ratio or proportion which they were learning.

So measure gradually came to be taught as a sort of rule that was to be imposed from outside on the human being, who in turn imposed the corresponding
measure physically, socially and mentally, in every context in which he was working. As a result, the prevailing notions of measure were no longer seen as forms of insight.

Rather, they appeared to be ‘absolute truths about reality as it is’, which men seemed always to have known, and whose origin was often explained
mythologically as binding injunctions of the Gods, which it would be both dangerous and wicked to question.

Thought about measure thus tended to fall mainly into the domain of unconscious habit and, as a result, the forms induced in perception by this thought were
now seen as directly observed objective realities, which were essentially independent of how they were thought about. Even by the time of the Ancient Greeks,
this process had gone a long way and, as men realized this, they began to question the notion of measure. ~

Thus Protagoras said: ‘Man is the measure of all things’, thus emphasizing that measure is not a reality external to man, existing independently of him.
But many who were in the habit of looking at everything externally also applied this way of looking to what Protagoras said. Thus, they concluded
that measure was something arbitrary, and subject to the capricious choice or taste of each individual.

In this way they of course overlooked the fact that measure is a form of insight that has to fit the overall reality in which man lives,
as demonstrated by the clarity of perception and harmony of action to which it leads.

Such insight can arise properly only when a man works with seriousness and honesty,
putting truth and factuality first, rather than his own whims or desires.”

In "A Beautiful Question" Frank Wilcek says . . .

The classical science of Newton and Maxwell brought new themes into our meditation that seem to conflict with the earlier visions and intuitions of Pythagoras and Plato,
from which we began. But in the quantum world of atoms, a strange world that also happens to be our own, a miracle occurs.

Old ideas come back to life, wearing splendid new forms. In their resurrected forms those ideas attain new levels of precision, truth, and, surprisingly, musicality.

Here is how the new embraces the old: From the heart of matter, music: There is no logical reason to expect that the mathematics
developed to understand music
should have anything to do with atomic physics. Yet the same concepts and equations turn out to govern both domains.

Atoms are musical instruments, and the light they emit makes their tones visible.

In "Something Deeply Hidden", Sean Carroll says . . .

"Consider a string with its ends held fixed, such as on a guitar or violin.

Even though any one point can move up or down as it likes, the overall behavior of the string is constrained by being tied down at either end.
As a result, the string only vibrates at certain special wavelengths, or combinations thereof; that’s why the strings on musical instruments emit
clear notes rather than an indistinct noise. These special vibrations are called the modes of the string.

The essentially “quantum” nature of the subatomic world, in this picture, comes about not because reality is actually subdivided into
distinct chunks but because there are natural vibrational modes for the waves out of which physical systems are made.

The word 'quantum' referring to some definite amount of stuff, can give the impression that quantum mechanics
describes a world that is fundamentally discrete and pixelated, like when you zoom in closely on a computer monitor or TV screen.

It’s actually the opposite; quantum mechanics describes the world as a smooth wave function. But in the right circumstances, where
individual parts of the wave function are tied down in a certain way, the wave takes the form of a combination of distinct vibrational modes.

When we observe such a system, we see those discrete possibilities.

That’s true for orbits of electrons, and it will also explain why quantum fields look like sets of individual particles. In quantum mechanics,
the world is fundamentally wavy; its apparent quantum discreteness comes from the particular way those waves are able to vibrate.

In "The God Equation" Michio Kaku, says

"If we had a microscope powerful enough, we could see that electrons, quarks, neutrinos, etc. are nothing but vibrations on minuscule loops
resembling rubber bands. If we pluck the rubber band enough times and in different ways, we eventually create all the known
subatomic particles in the universe.

This means that all the laws of physics can be reduced to the harmonies of these strings. Chemistry is the melodies one can play on them.
The universe is a symphony. And the mind of God, which Einstein eloquently wrote about, is cosmic music resonating throughout space-time.

In "The Character of Physical Law" Richard Feynman says

“So I have often made the hypothesis that ultimately physics will not require a mathematical statement, that in the end the machinery
will be revealed, and the laws will turn out to be simple, like the chequer board with all its apparent complexities.”

John Archibald Wheeler says

”It is my opinion that everything must be based on a simple idea and it is my opinion that this idea, once we have finally discovered it,
will be so compelling, so beautiful, that we will say to one another, yes, how could it have been any different.”

Prediction . . . .

All this leads to and in my opinion confirms the cosmological source-consonance of stringularity.

The prediction of stringularity is simply that any sub-atomic particles searched for through
hadron-collision, are positioned and are or will yet be discovered within Pi:Phi field shown here

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